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Oneida man arrested by federal agents

An Oneida man is facing charges after being arrested by local and federal authorities on Wednesday. Ricky Vaughn Lewallen, 38, of Leatherwood Road in Oneida,...

Robbins man charged in assault case

ROBBINS — A man was charged after an assault here Sunday that involved a handgun being fired two times. Curtis Lee Smith, 56, of Forest...

Bill Lee brings ‘Believe’ tour to Scott County

HUNTSVILLE — The costume contest at the Scott County Chamber of Commerce’s Fall on the Mall event was just getting underway, but a politician...

Oneida schools announce security enhancements

Visitors to Oneida schools will soon experience a significant change to the way they enter the facilities, as the Oneida Special School District continues...

Oneida man charged in tire theft case

An Oneida man was arrested Thursday morning after allegedly stealing two used tires from a business near his home. Alton Dean Phillips, 18, of a...

Poll finds virtual deadlock in Senate race

NASHVILLE — Phil Bredesen’s campaign claimed that internal polling showed the former governor in a virtual deadlock with Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn in the race...

Indians get defensive

If offense entertains and defense wins championships, as the old adage implies, Oneida’s 10-0 win over Bledsoe County at Jim May Stadium on Friday...

Notebook: Lambert on career milestone: ‘It’s not about me’

When Oneida head coach Tony Lambert invited Derek Keeton to deliver his team’s weekly devotional, the subject and timing couldn’t have been more fitting. Besides...

Kingston ends SHS’s playoff hopes

Three weeks ago, Kingston left Scott High’s playoff chances on life support by staging a fourth quarter comeback and handing the Highlanders a gut-wrenching...

Soccer: Successful season comes to a close for Scott, Oneida

The local high school soccer season came to a close on Saturday, but not before Oneida and Scott High each made their mark on...

The start of the Baptist denomination in Oneida

Oneida is the retail hub of the northern Cumberland Plateau. With a population of 3,683, Oneida is also the northern plateau’s largest town. So...

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Unemployment claims increase slightly in Scott County

The residual impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the economy may be beginning to rear its ugly head. After unemployment skyrocketed in March and...

Green to yellow: East Tennessee hospital capacity reaches ‘cautionary’ level for first time due to Covid-19

For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic reached East Tennessee, the region's health care capacity is reaching a point where it might soon...

Scott County has three cases of coronavirus added; statewide cases surge

The TN Dept. of Health is also reporting increased deaths and hospitalizations over the past 24 hours

TSSAA delays vote on contingency plan for fall sports; urges mask-wearing to help make sure games happen

The TSSAA Board of Control held a special called meeting on to discuss plans for the upcoming football and girls’ soccer seasons due to...
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