Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Oneida native arrested on federal extortion charges

KNOXVILLE — An Oneida High School graduate and Scott County native has been charged with attempting to extort $5 million from federal officials, including...

Cumberland Trail to be extended in Campbell County

CARYVILLE — The Cumberland Trail State Park announced Thursday that it has been awarded an AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) team to assist...

Chamber of Commerce unveils new tourism trademark

HUNTSVILLE — The Scott County Chamber of Commerce announced Monday that it has trademarked a new phrase branding Scott County’s tourism opportunities. “The Adventure Tourism...

Vintage Train Fest returns to City Park

Norfolk-Southern’s vintage steam locomotive will once again roll into Oneida with hundreds of passengers in tow this weekend, and the BSF Vintage Train Fest...

Few changes to hunting seasons for 2014-2015

NASHVILLE — While the big news out of the Tennessee Fish & Wildlife Commission’s monthly meeting here Friday was the addition of a bear...

Garrett: Tourism promotion will help grow Scott

In a news release from the Scott County Chamber of Commerce Monday morning regarding the new brand of Scott County’s tourism efforts, Brandon Hughett...

John L. West, 86

John Lawrence West, 86, formerly of Wartburg, passed away May 20, 2014, at Renaissance Terrace Care and Rehabilitation Center in Harriman. Born December 16, 1927,...

Tommy B. Sexton Sr., 84

Tommy B. Sexton, Sr., 84, of Little York, Indiana, formerly of Oneida, passed away May 20, 2014, at Hosparus at Norton Hospital in Louisville,...

Barbara F. Glover, 82

Barbara Faye Glover, 82, of Ferguson, Kentucky, passed away May 24, 2014, at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. Born January 11, 1933, she was preceded in...

John R. Carter, 65

John Robert Carter, of Winfield, passed away May 23, 2014, at his home. Born in Mt. Vernon, Tennessee, April 29, 1949, he was preceded in...

'These are our heroes; these belong to Scott County'

“Today we are here to honor these men on this wall, along with the thousands of other fallen heros from all wars.” So began Alan...

Play With No Boundaries construction underway

Amy Martin — the Oneida mother of four who spearheaded a fund-raising campaign for a playground for special needs children at Oneida City Park...

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Scott County adds another case of coronavirus

The TN Dept. of Health reported another positive case of coronavirus in Scott County on Monday — the 11th case in a 6-day span...

Sheriff Cross is remembered fondly by his community

Editor's Note — Throughout the month of July, this series will take a look at the stories behind the names that are memorialized on...

Editorial: The truth about masks

Let’s be real: Wearing a mask is probably not going to protect you from getting sick. The critics and naysayers who have worked hard through...

Scott County adds two more coronavirus cases as outbreak continues to worsen

The TN Dept. of Health reported two additional cases of coronavirus in Scott County on Sunday, bringing the county's total number of Covid-19 cases...
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