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Today's News

  • Volkswagen teams up with Dunn Center

    When Volkswagen Group of America’s South East Region Distribution Center recently needed assistance assembling cardboard parts bins, Senior Manager John Kutz knew who to call.
    “When John told us about his needs and desire to help the community, I immediately thought of the Michael Dunn Center,” said Darrell Williams, vice president of business development for The Roane Alliance.
    The Michael Dunn Center provides quality services to children and adults with developmental disabilities.

  • Harriman Happenings, Nov. 4

    Sincere sympathy is extended to the family of James Ed Bazel, who recently passed away.
    Memorial services were for him last Monday at Kyker Funeral Home. The Rev. Robert Hale officiated.
    James was the son of the late Carrie Bel Bazel.
    Kortney Sanders and his brother Cameron from Chattanooga spent their fall breaks with their grandparents, Jill and Keith Johnson.
    Christian Sanders spent two days with Carolyn and Herbert Griffin. Christian is 2 years old and the son of Richard and Lindsay Sanders of Knoxville.

  • Special bowling for special people

    Jasmyn Stinnett stares intently, bowling ball in hand.
    “Let’s go, Jasmyn!” cheered Ericka Pesterfield, who said Jasmyn is one of her best friends.
    Jasmyn, however, wasn’t happy with her efforts.
    She snuggled on the lap of her mother, Sophia Stinnett, in the crowded seats around Tri-City Lanes in Midtown.
    “I need to work on my bowling skills,” Jasmyn said plaintively.
    “You have awesome bowling skills,” Sophia Stinnett assured her daughter.

  • Be wary of callers claiming to be IRS

    The Internal Revenue Service is warning consumers about a sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, throughout the country.
    Victims are told they owe money to the IRS. and it must be paid promptly through a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer.
    If the victim refuses to cooperate, they are threatened with arrest, deportation or suspension of a business or driver’s license.
    In many cases, the caller becomes hostile and insulting.

  • State veterans affairs head to speak at Rockwood BPW

    Tennessee Commissioner for Veterans Affairs Many-Bears Grinder will be the guest speaker for the Rockwood Business and Professional Women’s meeting on Nov. 19.
    The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. in Victorian Square at 214 S. Chamberlain Ave.
    Dinner will be $10 per person. Reservations are required no later than Nov. 8 and many be made by calling Gladys at Victorian Square at 354-1133.

  • Rams top Tigers for 3-A title, 35-14

     

    The Rockwood Tigers were hoping to bring home the District 3-A Championship Friday night by upsetting No. 1 ranked Grace Christian Academy, but the Rams had a different idea as they downed John Webb’s squad 35-14.

  • Midway rolls past Greenback, 38-21

     There was much at stake Friday night when two old, traditional rivals, Midway and Greenback, met for the 50th time in history.

  • Three teams from Roane in playoffs

    By GOOSE LINDSAY

    glindsay@roanecounty.com

    The TSSAA playoff brackets have been released and three teams from Roane County are in the field.

    A wild night last night led to several changes to the projected field.

  • Season ends for Kingston with 42-14 loss

    By BRODY JONES

    Roane Newspapers

  • Bobcats miss out on playoffs following 36-27 loss

     

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats would see their season end Friday night with a frustrating 36-27 loss against Monterey in a game played at Tennessee Tech’s Tucker Stadium.