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Today's News

  • Coalfield splits with Bobcats

     

    Decisive. 

    That's about all that can be said in regards to the 50-6 win by the Oliver Springs Middle School Lady Bobcats over the Coalfield Thursday night at Coalfield. 

  • Mt. Pisgah picks up sweep

     

    The Mount Pisgah Christian Academy Lady Patriots extinguished the Maryville Apostolic Lady Flames by a 50-32 tally on Tuesday afternoon. 

    The Lady Patriots started the game on an 8-0 run before the Lady Flames went on a 6-0 surge of their own. Not to be outdone, the Lady Patriots went on a 7-2 tilt to close out the period with a 15-8 edge. 

  • Lady Jackets pick up close wins

     

    The Cherokee Lady Yellow Jackets picked up a pair of wins last week in differing fashions.

    First up was a home game against Philadelphia and Ashlee Brackett’s squad needed a fourth quarter rally and then overtime to knock off the Lady Warriors, 35-30.

  • CMS picks up two wins

     

    Mike Snow’s Cherokee Yellow Jackets picked up a pair of big wins last week.

    The first win came at home with a 40-26 victory over Philadelphia and that was followed by a 35-13 victory at Meigs County.

    Cherokee vs. Philadelphia

  • Devils swept at Oakdale

     

    The Oakdale Eagles basketball teams opened up the home slate with a pair of wins over the Harriman Blue Devils Thursday night at Oakdale School.

    Girls Game

  • Playoff run ends for Green Wave

     

    General Robert Neyland’s No. 1 game maxim at the University of Tennessee says the team that makes the fewest mistakes will win.

    Those words rang true at Coalfield Friday night as visiting Midway turned the ball over six times in dropping a 34-0 decision at the hands of the Yellow Jackets in the quarterfinal round of the TSSAA Class 1A playoffs.

  • Fewer predicted to travel during Thanksgiving holiday

    AAA projects 43.4 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

    That’s a decrease of 1.5 percent from the 44 million people who traveled last year. This decrease falls just shy of last Thanksgiving’s four-year peak since the recession-driven declines in 2008-09, when Thanksgiving travel fell by 25 percent.

    The Thanksgiving holiday travel period is defined as Wednesday, Nov. 27, to Monday, Dec. 2.

  • Sevier Drive’s Ladies Inspiration Day focuses on retooling of modern women

    “Retooling the Christian Women in the 21st Century,” based on Ephesians 6:10-20, was the theme of the 38th annual Ladies Inspiration Day at Sevier Drive Church of Christ, Harriman.

    The morning began with registration and brunch.

    Armelia Williams of Chattanooga’s Shepherd Church of Christ was the guest speaker.

    She touched on numerous points that one can do to retool her Christian faith, including prayer, righteous walking, trust in one another, supplication and peace.

  • Edgewood Baptist honoring the Rev. Grant Carter

    Edgewood Independent Baptist Church, Kingston, will have a special service at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 24 to honor the 58-year ministry of the Rev. Grant R. Carter.

    The church is at 750 Gallaher Road.

    Born Aug. 27, 1926, in Temple, Ga., Carter moved to Harriman in 1948.

    There, he married Jean Hurst, and the couple had four children.

    He has four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

    Carter is a World War II veteran who served in the Philippines and Japan.

  • Dyllis Springs Elementary honors: First nine weeks' grading period

    Dyllis Springs Elementary School, Oliver Springs, applauds students who earned placement on its honor rolls and other achievements for the first nine weeks grading period.

    They are:
    A HONOR ROLL
    Gabe Brown, Deagan Jones, Caleb Corbin, Sophia Freels, Gavin Green, Emilee Miller, Christine Chaston, Jackson Frazier, Ella Hampton, Kelby Castleberry, Brady Goodman, Jacob Patterson, Allie Simpson, Jacob Hileman, Taylor Jones, Zechariah Zeiglar, Cooper Watkins, Jace Tedder, Ivy Reed and Destiney Stepp.