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Just Thursday morning, the Lady Bobcats rallied to pull out a narrow 3-2 win to eliminate four-time Class A state champion Trinity Christian School in a losers' bracket game. Comment?
Offense was a precious commodity for Oliver Springs High School in its winners' bracket semifinal against Richland in the Class A state softball tournament Wednesday night. Comment?
You can only go to your program's first state tournament once. You can only hit your first home run in a tournament once. Comment?
Just as the Lady Bobcats put the finishing touches on the program's first state sectional victory - which earned them a berth into the Class A state tournament - a storm rolled in and flushed out the party. Comment?
Bolling, 39, a former Anderson County commissioner who served as Oliver Springs city manager for five years and ran for Anderson County mayor in 2010, has been hired as the new Kingston city manager. 1 comment
Three finalists for city manager will be interviewed Friday, and City Council may make a job offer that afternoon, Mayor Troy Beets said. Comment?
Those interviewed include Tracy Baker, Sevierville assistant city manager; David Rutherford, McMinnville city manager; David Bolling, former Oliver Springs city manager and now city manager in Newcastle, Maine; Austin Gilley, city administrator in Medicine Lodge, Kan.; Gregory Wood, Mansfield, Ga., former Jasper County, Ga., county administrator; ... (more) Comment?
Kenzie Keaton, 13, right, and Rebecca Newman, 12, were looking forward to the Dash for Cash. Comment?
Oliver Springs native Janelle Arthur is one of the rare few who have made it to the final five in the "American Idol" competition. 2 comments
Nano Day: The American Museum of Science and Energy hosts "Nano Day" for families from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. today. Comment?
The assistant principal of Oliver Springs High School, arrested last week for DUI, has been reassigned to a nonspecific position at the Midtown Educational Center, Roane County Schools Director Gary Aytes said. Comment?
This story is contributed by a member of the Knoxville community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Knoxville News Sentinel AFS is offering a 3 week trip to Costa Rica this summer for Oliver Springs High School students, from June 26-July 17. Comment?
A man is accused of shoving his elderly mother, causing her to fall and break her hip, seizing her cellphone and those of his father and sister and refusing to let them leave the family home. Comment?
The assistant principal of Oliver Springs High School is on unpaid administrative leave following her arrest late Friday on charges of first-offense driving while intoxicated and violation of the implied consent law. 2 comments
An Oliver Springs man accused of repeatedly backhanding a 14-month-old boy inside the city's Walmart remains in the Anderson County Jail today. 1 comment
Tournament: Friday-March 17 for 6U, 8U, 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U and MS/14U ages in Kingston. Comment?
A few months ago I spoke to the Rotary Club of Oak Ridge. I used old newspaper clippings and excerpts from books on the Atomic City to recall how it had been established and how the people who lived in the surrounding counties had been affected by the upheaval. Comment?
An elk poaching case led to guilty pleas from five people this week and set a precedent for restitution to the state, according to a news release from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Comment?
To say the Grace Christian Academy's girls basketball team is setting a precedent would be a bit of an understatement. Comment?
There's a lot of uncertainty about sequestration and the potential impacts, but Oak Ridge National Laboratory Director Thom Mason indicated one thing was for sure: Lab employees will report to work on March 1. "No matter where sequestration ends up, come March 1, we'll all report to work," he said in a message to employees. Comment?