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Ben Garrett is Independent Herald editor. Contact him at bgarrett@ihoneida.com. Follow him on Twitter, @benwgarrett.

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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,...

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...
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Update: Major (if short lived) cool-down on the way

It's been unusually hot for October this year. The average temperature, so far, has been a whopping 8 degrees above normal. But that's going to...

Again: Mountain People’s Health Councils recognized as one of nation’s top health care clinics

For a third consecutive year, Mountain People’s Health Councils has been recognized among the top health care centers in the United States. James Lovett, MPHC’s...

Eye to the Sky: A major cold front this way cometh

The much-above-normal temperatures that the East Tennessee region is currently experiencing will come to an abrupt halt — at least temporarily — this weekend,...

Garrett: For now, at least, Tennessee football is fun again

It’s 3:50 p.m. on a Monday afternoon. Mondays are my busiest day of the week, even since the Independent Herald’s switch to an all-digital...

Eye to the Sky: A wet fall break takes shape

October is the driest month of the year in this part of the world, but it's not going to start off that way. The first...

Pulled pork: So easy and so cheap!

When summer begins to transition to fall and that chill shows up in the air for the first time, I think of pulled pork....

Faces of Hope: But God Ministries celebrates recovery

There was testimony. There were tears. There were plenty of amens, applause and hugs. That was the scene at Scott County’s first-ever Recovery Fest at...

Eye to the Sky: Here comes fall!

At midnight Wednesday morning, the temperature was hovering around 70° on the northern Cumberland Plateau. It was also 70° in Nashville, which is usually...

Kolby Morgan’s lesson for kids back home: Reach for the stars

When the Independent Herald reported last December that Oneida standout Kolby Morgan would likely wind up at the University of Tennessee, one well-meaning reader...

Eye to the Sky: A potential taste of fall lurks

An unsettled weather period is likely to set up over our area early next week, which will lead to wet weather. But weather enthusiasts...
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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,...
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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...