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Education

Boshears graduates from Berea

BEREA, Ky. — Jacob Boshears, of Huntsville, has received a bachelor of arts from Berea College, the school announced Tuesday (Dec. 21). Berea College's recognition...

The spirit of giving on display at Fairview School

FAIRVIEW — Educators at Fairview Elementary School had a goal of collecting enough board games to gift one to each student in the kindergarten...

Cumberlands names several from Scott County to dean’s list, president’s list

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. — Ten students from Scott County were named to the University of the Cumberlands dean's list for the Fall 2021 semester, while...
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Blount named to Berry College dean’s list

ROME, Ga. — Laurel Blount, of Oneida, was named to the Fall 2021 dean's list at Berry College, the school announced Wednesday. Berry College's dean's...

TCAT-Huntsville receives $1 million in grant funding

TCAT-Huntsville has received $1 million to enhance vocational educational offerings in Scott, Morgan and Fentress counties, Gov. Bill Lee announced Thursday. The project is one of 27 across the state funded by Lee's GIVE program, which is part of the governor's commitment to vocational education in Tennessee.

Veterans Day breakfast at Winfield Elementary School

Students from Winfield Elementary School designed a banner to welcome veterans to the school for their annual Veterans Day breakfast on Wednesday, Nov. 10....

Honor Roll: Oneida Elementary School

Oneida Elementary School has announced its honors roll from the first nine-week grading period. Making the first honors roll in fourth grade were Abigail Hamby,...

Scott High Scholars Bowl advances to Smart Sixteen

For a fourth consecutive year, the Scott High School Scholars Bowl team has advanced to the Smart Sixteen round of the East Tennessee PBS...

School board hears financial options to build or not to build new gym at Fairview

HUNTSVILLE — Members of the Scott County Board of Education will have to make a decision by the end of the month on whether...

Archery program coming to Scott County schools

HUNTSVILLE — When Scott High physical education teacher Jordan Jeffers dropped the arrow from his bow and onto the hardwood floor at Huntsville Middle...

RSCC at 50: How Scott County became one of college’s first satellite campuses

“Our future has to be in education. There’s no question about it.” Those were the words of the late W.H. (Bill) Swain as part of...

Byrdi’s Playground: He saw an opportunity for a playground. Now his coworkers and friends are determined to see it through.

When Oneida Middle School teacher Houston Byrd died suddenly two weeks before Christmas last year, his coworkers and administrators at OMS were stunned. The...

Spots remain in RSCC’s STEM enrichment program, and boys are welcome, too

Roane State Community College's free summer STEM enrichment program is billed as an opportunity for middle school-aged girls to gain access to a better...
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Kenneth Chambers, 86

Kenneth Dean Chambers departed this life on Friday, Jan. 14, 2022 at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville, Tenn. He was 86. Life: Born...

Opal Lowe, 85

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Ronnie Roberts, 80

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Barbara McCarroll, 83

Barbara Faye McCarroll passed away on Friday, Jan. 14, 2022 at her home in Oneida. She was 83. Life: Born in the Straight Fork community...