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Today's News

  • 3 teens hurt in Friday crash, 1 taken to jail

    Emergency crews responded to a one-vehicle crash involving four teenagers early Friday morning.

    The 16-year-old male driver and another male passenger were taken to University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. A 17-year-old female passenger was taken to Roane Medical Center in Harriman.

     Because they were juveniles, their names were not released.  

  • Farmers Market fresh veggies

    Jerry Eblen of Kingston rifles through some of the growing season’s first harvest at Harriman’s Farmers Market at Riverfront Park.

    The Farmers Market is open from 8 to 11 a.m. each Saturday.

    Wednesday hours are from 3 p.m. to sellout.

  • Summerfest fun

    Roane County Park’s second annual Summerfest seemed custom-made for children, and a number of them took advantage of a sunny day to see and do all the things the park had to offer.

  • General Sessions Court

    Editor’s Note: Readers are cautioned that some names may be the same as, or similar to, other members of the community.

    Johnny C. Feezell, driving on revoked license Sept. 8. Dismissed March 7, cost to state.

    Toby J. Townson, driving unregistered and manufacturing controlled substance Sept. 14. Dismissed, cost to state.

  • Out to Lunch: Allison’s has your number when it comes to catfish

    By Bethel Poston

  • Stricklan co-oping at John Deere

    Patricia “Allie” Stricklan, a Tennessee Tech University student from Harriman, has been selected for a one-year cooperative education, or co-op assignment, with John Deere Power Products, Greene-ville.

    During an assignment that began in May, Stricklan is providing support and basic troubleshooting for current operations.

    She will investigate, gather and analyze data for various recurring tasks.

  • Facelift for Pizza Hut

    Harriman’s Pizza Hut has a whole new look.

    The restaurant was recently closed for several days while workers performed renovations that included new paint and masonry on the exterior and an interior redesign.

    The restaurant is now open for business and offering traditional Pizza Hut fare in the newly revamped digs. 

  • Comcast now offering Xfinity in Roane County area

    Comcast is now offering Xfinity TV, phone and Internet services in Roane County.

    Xfinity gives Comcast customers more choice and more control over more entertainment.

    It’s also the new brand name for Comcast’s technology platform, products and services, though Comcast remains the name of the company.

    Xfinity expands products and services and offers area Comcast customers more high definition, speed, choice and control over their services.

  • Rockwood 2000 thanks workers with picnic

    Rockwood 2000 hosted a picnic earlier this month in appreciation of Rockwood city employees.

    This yearly event in Rockwood’s Homecoming Park is a means of recognizing the employees’ hard work throughout the year.

    “Of all the events that Rockwood 2000 is involved in, this is my favorite,” said Mary Kau, Rockwood 2000 vice president.

    Along with everything they provide the city, Rockwood city employees assist Rockwood 2000 with many projects that would be impossible without their help.  

  • Hurley secretary of energy caucus task force

    State Rep. Julia Hurley, R-Lenoir City, has been appointed secretary of a newly formed Republican Caucus Energy Task Force in the Tennessee House of Representatives.

    Hurley, who represents Roane County in the state General Assembly, is among seven House members appointed to the task force by House Majority Leader Gerald McCormick, R-Chattanooga.

    The task force, according to McCormick, will “explore the various ways that the energy industry can provide a positive impact on job growth and economic development in our state.”