Monthly Archives: September, 2018

Man charged after allegedly burglarizing police vehicle

If you're going to burglarize a vehicle, it's probably best not to choose one that's driven by a law enforcement officer. But, allegedly, an Oneida...

Second man arrested in tire iron assault

A second man has been arrested in connection with a September 10 incident that left an Oneida man hospitalized with head trauma. Joseph A. Stephens,...

Theft attempt lands Oneida man in even more hot water

An Oneida man who was already in legal hot water found himself in further trouble last week, when he was arrested on accusations of...

Growing up at Paint Rock

- - - I’ll tell you about Caswell and Rachel. R. Cecil Sexton. They were married the day before Christmas Eve, 1893. And they first moved...

Scott’s offense picks it up, but Beavers have big night

KNOXVILLE — Scott High had its best offensive game of the season here Friday, rolling up 270 yards against Class 5A Karns. Unfortunately, the Beavers...

Indians lead state-ranked York for a half before falling

If football games can be defined on a single sequence, it was one on York Institute’s goal line late in the third quarter that...

Notebook: Sometimes, losses tell more about teams than victories

Sometimes you learn more about a football team in a loss than you do in a win.  Following a 33-14 win at Gatlinburg-Pittman in the...

Vol Report: After four-touchdown loss to Florida, it gets tougher for Tennessee

If Saturday’s game against Florida was indeed Tennessee’s best chance to pick up an SEC win in 2018, the outlook for the remainder of...

Garrett: I ain’t afraid of no bear, nor should you be

I heard the bear before I saw it, instantly knew what it was.  He was in a thicket, munching on some berries, I was on a...

Obeying the call

“I told my wife, we were swinging for a double at New Haven and we hit a home run.”  That’s how James Roberts sums up...

Bill West, 76

William Carl ‘Bill’ West, 76 of Madison, Alabama, passed away September 20, 2018, at the Huntsville Hospital, Huntsville, Alabama. Born May 9, 1942, he was...

Rose Watters West, 79

Rose Saran Watters West, 79, of Oneida, passed away September 18, 2018, at Tennova Healthcare in LaFollette. Born in Oneida, May 15, 1939, she was...

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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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