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Today's News

  • Rockwood budget is fill-in-the-blank

    A blank slate. Rockwood officials essentially are getting one this month.

    Rockwood City Recorder Becky Ruppe created a document of budget expenditures and revenues for council members to fill in the blanks for what they would like to see the city spend in each line item.

    Members of the finance committee got theirs at the recent comittee meeting. The forms include budget figures for previous years and information about the actual budget expenses in recent years.

  • Lady Bulldogs knock off Harriman, 53-37

    For a half of basketball, the Harriman Lady Blue Devils had the District 4-A champion Wartburg Lady Bulldogs reeling on the proverbial ropes, gasping for air. 

  • Midway falls at Sunbright, 63-54

    Led by the 1-2 punch of seniors Kyle Gunter and Tyler Seabolt, the Sunbright Tigers picked up their first region win in 11 years, overwhelming Coach Darrell Ruffner and his Midway squad Saturday night in round one of the Region 2-A Tournament. 

    Gunter and Seabolt combined for 50 points in a 63-54 win at the Tiger den.

  • Blue Devils hold off Bobcats, 64-62

    Not many teams have been able to slow down Harriman’s Xavier Howard this season and last Saturday night was no exception for the Oliver Springs Bobcats in the first round of the Region 2-A tournament at Harriman. What the Bobcats did though was almost outscore Howard and the rest of the Blue Devils. Harriman did hold on to get a 64-62 win, but the game’s final quarter was a hair raising experience for the Blue Devils.

  • Lady ‘Cats hold off Midway, 40-34

    It wasn’t easy, but the Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats kept their season alive Friday night with a 40-34 victory at Midway in the opening round of the Region 2-A Tournament.

  • Season ends for Kingston at Austin-East

    The 2012-13 season came to a close Saturday night for the Kingston Yellow Jackets as Colt Narramore’s squad dropped a 75-38 decision at the hands of Austin-East in the opening round of the Region 2-AA Tournament.

    The Roadrunners made quick work of Kingston as they jumped out to a 19-3 after eight minutes of play.

  • Lady 'Cats get revenge on Wartburg, 55-37

    Michelle Christopher can finally get some sleep.

    What was causing the Lady ‘Cat head coach some sleepless nights was a 47-43 loss against Wartburg in the District 4-A semifinals on Feb. 15, but Oliver Springs exacted revenge Monday night in the Region 2-A semifinals with a dominating 55-37 victory over the Lady Bulldogs.

  • Season ends for Rockwood

    The Wartburg Bulldogs played with a chip on their shoulders after a stunning District 4-A championship game loss to Sunbright.

    While the Bulldogs have to wait on extracting revenge from the Sunbright Tigers, they mauled the Rockwood Tigers Saturday night by a 67-52 margin. 

  • Lifestar liftoff in Kingston
  • Ordinance would allow non-Rockwoodians to own liquor stores in city

    Owners and operators of Rockwood liquor stores are required to live in the city at least three years before applying for a liquor store privilege license.

    Rockwood City Council will consider changing that requirement with the first reading of an ordinance at its meeting today, Feb. 25.

    “I asked the city attorney to get a legal opinion of the Rockwood ordinance as it was written,” said Mayor James Watts. “The legal opinion is you cannot put a residency restriction on a liquor ordinance.”