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Today's News

  • Kingston/Rockwood Waterline Interconnect finished

  • Raiders suffer tough weekend

    The Roane State men’s basketball team experienced the tough road life this past Friday night and Saturday afternoon in Columbia and Jackson, Tennessee.

  • Home court unkind to Harriman

    The Wartburg Central Lady Bulldogs' bite proved to be just as effective as their bark en route to a 56-46 win over the Harriman Lady Blue Devils Friday evening at Richard Pickell Gymnasium. 

  • Lady Jackets win 2 OT thriller, 44-40

    It wasn't pretty on the court at times, but the final score was beautiful for the Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets Monday night as Connie Guinn's squad picked up a double overtime 44-40 home victory Lenoir City.

  • Midway sweeps Monterey

    The girls from "South Of the River" had a 15-point halftime lead, but had to ward off a fierce Monterey rally to beat the Lady Wildcats by a 41-33 margin Saturday evening. 

  • Rockwood splits home opener with Oakdale

    The Rockwood Tigers and Lady Tigers played their first home game of the season Friday night at Dr. Tom W. Evans Gymnasium, and the results were mixed for the home team against visiting Oakdale.

  • Man accused of sex with 13-year-old

    STAFF REPORTS
    A 23-year-old man accused of a sex crime was arrested on Nov. 20.
    Jeremy Alexander Martin is charged with statutory rape.
    According to court records, he was indicted by the Roane County grand jury on Feb. 22 for having sex with a minor in 2010.
    The alleged victim was 13 at the time.   
    Jail records list Martin’s address as 304 Burkett Road, which is near Rockwood.
    He’s scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 2.
    Martin was also charged with possession of a prohibited weapon.

  • LOC fate still up in air

    More time.
    Steve Kelley said that’s what’s needed before the Roane County Commission can vote on an interlocal agreement that calls for cooperation amongst several counties on issues related to U.S. Department of Energy activities in Oak Ridge.
    The resolution to approve the agreement appeared on the commission’s Nov. 14 agenda.
    Kelley, a commissioner and Oak Ridge resident, recommended the commission postpone the matter for 60 days. It was approved unanimously.

  • Rockwood Christmas Parade postponed Monday

    The Rockwood Christmas parade scheduled for 7 p.m. today, Monday, has been postponed due to forecasted bad weather set to hit the city this evening.

    It has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8.

  • Out of the audit loop leaves official miffed

    Rockwood officials want to tackle the problems addressed in a city audit head on.

    Rockwood City Councilman Bill Thompson has asked for a meeting this month auditors to address some of the problems he took affront to because they were never addressed by council.

    Thompson is adamant council is part of city management and needs to address the issues brought up at a Nov. 21 meeting.

    “A lot of things were talked about,” he said. “A lot of things were not resolved.”