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Today's News

  • Witter notches 100th win at Rockwood

     Rockwood head coach Jake Witter picked up the 100th win of his career Saturday as his Rockwood Tigers rolled to a 14-4 victory over Fulton at Mike “Brillo” Miller Rockwood Sports Complex.

    Witter’s 99th win came 24 hours earlier as the Tigers bombed Sweetwater at home, 17-2.

  • Bobcats claw Bears in six innings, 15-5

     

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats baseball team put together a solid performance Friday evening in picking up a 15-5 victory over the Tellico Plains Bears in a game played at Arrowhead Park.

    Tellico Plains started the game off with a run, but the Bears also left a man on second in the top of the first inning.

  • Breazeale signs with Bryan College

     

    If your last name is Breazeale and you play baseball at Rockwood High School, there’s a good chance you’re going to play college baseball in Dayton at Bryan College.

  • NNSA up for support honor

    Oak Ridge’s National Nuclear Security Administration and its Office of Secure Transportation are among the 58 employers that Tennessee National Guard and Reserve members nominated for the 2014 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.

    The Freedom Award is the Department of Defense’s highest recognition for employers supporting employees serving in the Guard and Reserve.

    Up to 15 award recipients will be announced this summer and honored at the Pentagon in September at the 19th annual Freedom Award ceremony.

  • Veterans, business startup focus of seminars

    Roane State Community College’s Tennessee Small Business Development Center is offering a couple of free workshops this month to help area business owners and entrepreneurs.

    “Veterans and Franchising: A Perfect Fit” isthe first seminar.

    The seminar, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 23, will discuss misconceptions about franchising, as well as programs and incentives available to veterans.
    It is in partnership with FranNet.

    A small business start-up seminar will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. April 25.

  • Y-12 cited as Fit-Friendly Worksite

    For the third year, the B&W Y-12 site in Oak Ridge has been recognized as a Fit-Friendly Worksite.

    The Fit-Friendly Companies program recognizes employers who champion the health of their employees and create a culture of physical activity and health in the workplace.

  • OUT to LUNCH: The Cabin back on list, and the eating there is fantastic

    When the well-known Log Cabin BBQ & Restaurant at Loudon burned in August 2010, I removed it from my list of “Out to Lunch” possible places to visit.

    The location, just off Interstate 75 at 10058 Hwy. 72 heading toward Loudon, is now occupied by The Cabin Restaurant.

    It went back on my list last December, when I was told Wade Morris became owner-operator of the restaurant.

  • ‘The Breastplate’ author making the rounds

     

  • Blood drives slated in OS, Harriman

     

    Medic Regional Blood Center is giving Roane County donors two opportunities to give blood at upcoming community drives.

    A Medic mobile unit will be at Oliver Springs Food City from noon to 6 p.m. April 18.

    Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Harriman will be the site of the second drive, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 21.

    Medic also has two donor centers that are open for public convenience. The donor centers are at 1601 Ailor Ave., Knoxville, and at 11000 Kingston Pike, Farragut.

  • Harriman Happenings week April 14

    Mel and Roy Clemmons along with their mother Carolyn Clemmons recently attended the funeral service of Eugene Williams in Asheville, N.C. 

    He was the brother of the late Melvin Clemmons.

    We extend our deepest sympathy to this family.

    Aaron Clemmons, son of Mel Clemmons, was in a car accident. 

    He was admitted to a hospital in Knoxville. Today he is feeling better. Lets keep Aaron in our prayers.

    Cheryl Childress is spending time with her father, Melvin Childress in Cincinnati.