Monthly Archives: June, 2018

Remembering early 20th century logging days

Editor’s Note — Following is a third excerpt from an interview of Kenneth Payne, conducted by Anne Malanka as part of the Big South...

The continuing story of ‘The Mountain Preacher’

Editor’s Note — This is the second segment of an autobiography of Rev. Hobert L. Wright, recorded on audio cassette tape shortly before his...

Huntsville plans ‘biggest-ever’ fireworks show

HUNTSVILLE — When Huntsville Mayor Dennis Jeffers says next week’s fireworks display is going to be bigger and better than years past, he is...

Garrett: Vols’ Ward was as humble as he was great

Several years ago, I was taking a young kid to his first college basketball game at Thompson-Boling Arena. It was a bitterly cold January day...

Study: BSF generates $24m in annual revenue

BANDY CREEK — A new National Park Service report shows that 761,200 visitors to Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area in 2017...

Family justice center grand-opening set

HUNTSVILLE — The Scott County Family Justice Center will hold a grand opening tomorrow (Friday) at 2 p.m., at its Baker Highway headquarters here. The...

Scott County’s jobless rate steady in May

Scott County was able to buck a statewide trend in May by avoiding an increased unemployment rate.  But the number of working Scott Countians did...

Man accused of stealing trees from Walmart

A 47-year-old Kentucky man has been arrested after allegedly taking trees and landscaping timbers from the Oneida Walmart store and selling them at a...

E-Edition: June 28, 2018

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Feds mum on medical raid

One week after state and federal authorities swarmed a busy Oneida physician’s office, insight on the nature of the raid remained scarce, as federal...

Winfield, Robbins to get new bleachers

HUNTSVILLE — New bleachers are expected to be in place at both Robbins and Winfield in time for the 2018 middle school football season,...

Judge: Oneida Family Motel to remain closed

An Oneida motel ordered closed under a nuisance abatement will remain closed until at least August.  Eighth Judicial District Chancellor Elizabeth Asbury ruled earlier this...

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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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