Monthly Archives: November, 2018

Quinton Harness, 55

Quinton Harness, 55, of the Mill Branch community, passed away November 22, 2018, at home surrounded by his family. Born in Scott County, September 4,...

Joyce Clevinger Freels, 91

Joyce Ann “Gobbie” Clevinger Freels, 91, of Winfield, passed away November 22, 2018, at Oneida Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Oneida. Born February 21, 1927,...

Anna S. Day, 79

Anna Sue Day, 79, of Helenwood, passed away November 19, 2018, at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. Born in Campbell County, September 22, 1939,...

Nell Chambers Claborn, 86

Nell Chambers Claborn, 86, of Oneida, passed away November 25, 2018, at the home of her daughter in Knoxville. Born in Scott County, January 12,...

E-Edition: November 29, 2018

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Scott vs. Oneida: An idea whose time has come?

The coaches, the players and most fans are ready for the two local high schools to play, which would provide a financial shot in the arm for each program. Is it time?

E-Edition: November 22, 2018

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What we learned from opening night of the high school basketball season

All four local high school teams were on the road for the opening night of the Tennessee high school basketball season on Tuesday, with...

Experienced Lady Indians look to make a deep run

In a program where expectations are always high, there is no reason for them not to be as the 2018-2019 season gets underway. Oneida’s Lady...

Scott girls look to challenge in District 4-AA

“I like our kids a lot. They’re working hard.” That’s how Scott High girls basketball head coach Jackson Sharp describes his team as the Lady...

Highlanders reload by mixing youth and experience

Six seniors, gone. Eighty-five percent of the team’s scoring, gone. Only two players with significant varsity experience from the 2017-2018 season back. That’s how things...

Fun-to-watch Indians gear up for big season

If you knew a team had lost seven seniors, including five who were in the primary rotation on gamedays, from a squad that failed...

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Unemployment claims drop below 600 in Scott County

The jobless numbers in Scott County continue to improve in the wake of coronavirus shutdowns that occurred in the spring, with unemployment claims last...

Cross resigns 6th District constable position

One of Scott County's constable positions will be back on the ballot in November. Tyler Cross, who was elected last week to the constable position...

Dept. of Health reports second coronavirus fatality in Scott County

The TN Dept. of Health has reported a second coronavirus death in Scott County. The state health department reported Scott County's first Covid-19 death on...

Scott County man indicted on sexual battery charge

HUNTSVILLE — A Scott County man was indicted on a single count of sexual battery when the Scott County grand jury convened for its...
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