Monthly Archives: August, 2018

Stolen drinks lead to charges

Two Oneida women are facing misdemeanor theft charges after allegedly swiping drinks from the Lee's Food Mart at Coopertown. Shaun Tina Marie Slaven, 35, and...

Oneida man charged with trafficking crystal meth

An Oneida man was arrested last week on felony charges for the possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. Thomas Neil Miller, 31, of Oak Park...

Oneida set to tackle dilapidated properties

Owners of dilapidated properties in Oneida have been put on notice that they could soon be required to clean up their act or potentially...

Scott County’s unemployment rate still at 5.2%

After across-the-board unemployment rate increases in June, 57 of Tennessee’s 95 counties saw their jobless rates improve in July. Scott County was not one...

Garrett: Headed outside? Don’t get ‘quested’!

It is late July, maybe early August, and the forest sits idly in anticipation of the autumnal glory. Everything in the forest gets lazy...

Soccer: ‘Gritty’ Lady Indians still growing

Despite a 1-2 start to the 2018 season, Oneida soccer coach Phil Newport likes his team’s grit and effort, and is hoping the Lady...

Buttram, Indians run over Gatlinburg

GATLINBURG — The Highlanders spent the first half of Friday’s game against Oneida shooting themselves in the foot. They spent the second half chasing...

Early, late scores aren’t enough for Highlanders at Stone Memorial

CROSSVILLE — For almost a quarter and a half, Scott High looked poised to spring an upset here Friday, taking an early lead over...

Notebook: Sometimes, win-loss records are deceiving

Scott High will load the buses tomorrow (Friday) afternoon for the 90-minute drive to Alcoa to face the perennial Class 3A state bully with...

E-Edition: August 30, 2018

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D.A.: Officers’ actions were justified

LAFOLLETTE — The death of a LaFollette man in an officer-involved shooting last month was apparently the result of suicide-by-cop, with the 8th Judicial...

Preslei Bowling crowned Little Miss Fairest

Preslei Mae Bowling was crowned Little Miss Fairest of the Fair at the Scott County Fair Monday evening, as the second of five pageants...

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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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