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Today's News

  • Bryan College: Who's Who 2012

    Matthew Green, a senior at Bryan College, Dayton, is among 16 students who have been named to Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for the 2012 academic year.

    He is the son of Donald and Dana Green of Kingston.

    Who’s Who recognizes students who have a 3.25 or better grade average on a 4.0 scale, who are leaders in academic and extracurricular activities, has exhibited good citizenship and service to the college, and shows potential for future achievement.

  • East Tennessee State University graduates: fall 2011

    East Tennessee State University bestowed degrees to five Roane Countians during fall commencement.

    Earning degrees from Roane County were:

    Kingston — Charles R. Brumley, Master of Science.

    Oliver Springs — Brian S. Burnett, Bachelor of Science in nursing; and Miranda S. Conlon, Bachelor of Science.

    Philadelphia — Jeffrey M. Marlow, Bachelor of Science; and Rachael L. Sheridan, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science.

  • Middle Tennessee State University dean's list: fall 2011

    Twenty-four Middle Tennessee State University students from Roane County earned placement on the dean’s list for fall semester.

    They include:

    Harriman — Zachary Wayne Basler, Jasmine Nichole Dawson, Adam Parker Ford, Samuel Gregory Mccartt, Anit Shashi Patel, Cody Cheyenne Thomas and Kelli Nicole Woodell.

  • Tennessee Technological University graduates: fall 2011

    A number of Tennessee Technological University students from Roane County received their degrees during fall commencement.

    They include:

    Harriman — Chloe Jade Morton, Julian Robert Goins, Lynwood Ross Sampson, Myranda Gail Robinson and Shellee Jane Galyon.

    Kingston — John Polk Brown, Kathryn Ruth Baker, Reiley Christianne Isham and Travis Lee Tucker.

    Lenoir City — Ashley Leann Lane.

  • New scholars program introduced

    The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and Farm Credit Services of Mid-America have created a scholars program within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.

    Each academic year, five Farm Credit Scholars will be selected to enter customized curricula that include specially designed coursework, an international experience, mentoring opportunities and an internship.

  • Cherokee places fourth in MathCounts contest

    By Shelby Brooks, For Roane Newspapers

    Five students from Cherokee Middle School's eighth-grade class attended the MathCounts regional competition at the University of Tennessee on Feb. 4.

  • Health physics grad degrees on the rise

    The number of health physics degrees increased for both master’s and doctoral candidates in 2010, but decreased for bachelor’s candidates, said a report released this year by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education.

    The ORISE report, Health Physics Enrollments and Degrees Survey, 2010 Data, surveyed 24 academic programs with enrollment and degree data and included students majoring in health physics or in an option program equivalent to a major, such as other health physics-based programs embedded in life sciences and engineering.

  • In-demand major an easy transfer from Roane State

    Careers in computer science are among the fastest-growing in the country, and with Roane State Community College’s computer science Tennessee Transfer Pathway, students can be assured that if they start a computer science degree at Roane State, their credits will transfer to any state public university.

  • Ridge View pays tribute to Garrett with stage name

    A fine teacher and a fine person.

    Roane County Board of Education Member Mike “Brillo” Miller used those words to describe Deborah Garrett, music teacher at Ridge View Elementary School in Rockwood for 25 years.

    Garrett passed away last year. Miller said the staff at Ridge View requested that the stage in the auditorium be named in her memory.

    “I support that 100 percent,” he said.

    His fellow board members did as well, approving the motion unanimously at the March 15 board meeting.

  • Rockwood 2000 one of newest supporters of Literacy Council

    Rockwood 2000 is among the newest supporters of the Roane County Literacy Council with a donation of $250.

    The council serves as an advisory board for the Roane State Community College/Roane County Adult Education Program in Rockwood.

    The donation was presented to Paul Woodward, president of the Roane County Literacy Council and Melissa Browder, director of Adult Education, last week by Mary Kau, vice president of Rockwood 2000.