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O&W Cafe: Oneida’s niche restaurant

When Randy Schork and Brittany Boswell decided to leave the ski resort scene in Colorado and head back to the East Coast, they weren’t...

Scott County primes for busy tourism season

With the days growing longer and temperatures warming, it won’t be long until the northern Cumberland Plateau’s tourism season is underway. And local tourism...

Forgotten Times: The rise of Oneida’s prosperous motel

On Page A1 of the Feb. 9, 2017 edition of the Independent Herald, a story recounted the frequent police presence at the Oneida Family...

Collaborative effort will save O&W Bridge

“We all have to realize that this bridge could wind up being closed. And if it’s deemed unsafe, we may never get it back.” Those...
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Eye to the Sky: All signs point to a warm start to December

Today is Dec. 1 — the start of meteorological winter. While winter doesn't start on the calendar until the winter solstice just days before Christmas,...

Basketball: Lady Highlanders run out of gas in loss to Seymour

HUNTSVILLE — On paper, it was a bad matchup, Scott High vs. Seymour. The Eagles, who some think can best Northview Academy as the top...

Scott rolls to a 26-point win over Seymour

HUNTSVILLE — Trey Morrow with 38. Ho-hum. Luke West with 20. Ho-hum. It was just another day at the office for Scott High’s senior guards, who...

Basketball: Oneida comes from behind in the fourth quarter at Campbell County

LAFOLLETTE — Monday night the Lady Indians gathered their gear and headed to Campbell County. Although it was a close call, the Lady Indians...