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Today's News

  • Roane County students earn degrees at RSCC

    A number of Roane State Community College students from Roane County graduated from Roane State Community College during the 2012-13 academic year.

    Graduating summa cum laude with a grade-point average of 4.0-3.9 were:

    Harriman — Roger Liles,  Timothy Phillips,  Jay Phillips,  Corey Reed and Savannah Weatherly.

    Kingston — James Heaton, Daniel Miget, Mandy Rush, and Lawrence Wise.

    Rockwood — Michelle Edwards,  Ashley Mitchell,  Robin Scarbrough and Christopher Sherrod.

  • Roane students excel in postsecondary studies

    East Tennessee State University

  • Pelley an honors scholar at ETSU

    Sarah Beth Pelley of Rockwood is among the transfer students selected by East Tennessee State University’s Honors College as a 2013 Midway Honors Scholar.

    Midway Honors Scholars are exceptional students transferring to the university.

    Applicants must have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale at their previous school and must either hold an associate’s degree or have earned at least 30 credit hours of course work.

  • ’Cats battles Halls in scrimmage

    The Oliver Springs Bobcats traveled to Halls Tuesday evening and took on the Red Devils in what would be their final full-scale fall scrimmage.

  • O’Neal Table Tennis Club shines at Senior Olympics

    The Tracy O’Neal Table Tennis Club in Kingston doesn’t have a lot of members, but they left their mark recently at the 2013 National Senior Games in Cleveland, Ohio, as 12 members of the group received medals or placed in the top 8 overall at the games.

  • Roane Choral Society getting ready for 41st year

    Roane Choral Society will celebrate its 41st anniversary with concerts in November, March and April.

    “The society members enjoy entertaining audiences with a variety of music to please everyone,” said Julianne Bailey, publicity chairwoman.

    Four Carol Cantatas will kick off the holiday season with a presentation of four suites of traditional carols arranged by Robert Russell Bennett.

    Members of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will provide accompaniment.

  • The Garden Gate: Healthy fig, amaranth ideas date back to ancient times

    Figs, amazingly enough, are really flowers and grow on soft-wood, large-leaved branches of fig trees. They grow everywhere in the Mediterranean area, as they have for hundreds of years.

    Hezekiah was one of the most outstanding kings of Judah, which he ruled from 727-698 B.C. Herod, the famous Greek historian, wrote that Hezekiah fell ill with a large and severe sore. It endangered his life, and physicians could not cure it. In desperation, the king followed the advice of Isiah the prophet, who said, “Prepare a mass of figs and put it on your sore.”

  • CONTACT training in Knox, OR

    CONTACT Care Line will offer training sessions of The Art of Active Listening this fall in Knoxville and Oak Ridge.

    The Art of Active Listening training program teaches listening skills that are useful in daily lives with family, friends, and co-workers.

    It enables participants to develop empathetic, non-judgmental listening techniques.

    This training offers important information about how to assist with many of the problems people face and how we can respond in skilled, helpful ways.

  • Entries sought for Obed photography contest

    The National Park Service welcomes photographers to submit entries for an exhibit at the Obed Wild and Scenic River Visitor Center.

    Striking digital images of nature, highlighting the diversity of life in the park, are sought. Images may show wildlife, plant life, natural landscapes, weather or people interacting with nature within Obed Wild and Scenic River.

    All photographs, except those submitted as artistic, should accurately reflect the subject matter and the scene as it appeared.

  • Look Back: A Little Something From Our Files From the Week of Aug. 14

    25 Years Ago