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Today's News

  • A VIEW from LICK SKILLET by Gerald Largen: Let’s pass one for the Gipper – tax plan that is

    It has been our observation over the years that the readership of this column contains a rare combination of brain power covering numerous fields of intellectual endeavour.

    Thus, we have no hesitancy in posing a problem which has occurred to us in recent years and to which we have not heretofore found the answer.

  • Bobcats hoping to avoid Black Friday

    No time to celebrate.

  • Borum signs with Union College

    Some people make playing sports look easy.

    Midway senior Danielle Borum is one of those that makes softball look easy, and Tuesday morning the Lady Wave center fielder signed scholarship papers with Union College in Barbourville, Ky.

  • Harriman, Midway Middle split close games

    Harriman Middle School’s Tucker Goldston capped an exciting night of basketball Monday with a game-winning shot at the buzzer to give the host Blue Devils a 41-40 victory over visiting Midway.

  • Raiders unbeaten in conference play

    This past Friday evening, the Roane State Raiders slugged Southwest Tennessee on their home court, 94-74. They completed the home stand Saturday with a convincing 83-66 victory over Dyersburg State.

  • Raiderettes split conference games

    The Roane State Raiderettes came close to picking up a weekend sweep TJCCAA conference games, but Monica Boles’ squad had to settle for a split.

  • Kingston picks up road sweep

    After opening the season with a pair of losses against Webb School of Knoxville, the Kingston Yellow Jackets bounced back with a pair of victories at Oakdale on Thursday.

  • Christmastime special at Rugby

    Candlelit visits to traditionally decorated historic buildings, glimpses of 1880s Rugby Christmases, seasonal music, an award-winning film and mural at the Rugby Visitor Centre & Theatre and a traditional Victorian dinner all await visitors to Christmas at Historic Rugby.

    The annual holiday fundraiser will be on Dec. 3 at the British-founded museum village atop the Cumberland Plateau.   

  • Caroling, reading part of OS festivities

    A number of holiday festivities are planned in conjunction with Oliver Springs’ annual Christmas parade on Dec. 3.

    The opening ceremony starts at 3:30 p.m. at the court of flags on East Tri County Boulevard.

    The parade line-up will begin at 4:45 p.m. at Arrowhead Park. The parade will begin at 5:30 and follow the traditional parade through town and end back at Arrowhead Park.

    Following the conclusion of the parade there will be Christmas caroling at the old Presbyterian Church at 7 p.m.

  • Rockwood's home tour ushers in holidays

    Experience the magic of Christmas during the annual Tour of Homes in the picturesque Rockwood, nestled at the foot of the mountain.

    Seven stately homes will be featured during this year’s tour on Dec. 3-4. Tour hours are from 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday and from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday.

    An authentic storyteller will perform for this year’s event.

    In downtown Rockwood will be the grand opening of Found, an art gallery featuring area artists and décor from Glitterville and One Hundred 80 Degrees.