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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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Opinion: A switch to remote learning shouldn’t automatically impact extra-curricular activities

As schools in Scott County join the long — and growing — list of schools from across the state that are being forced to...

Eye to the Sky: Daily rain chances return

It's been 11 days since rainfall of any significance fell in Scott County, but we'll return to a daily chance for rain showers later...

Eye to the Sky: Enjoying a prolonged dry period

We're in the midst of one of the longest dry periods of the season, and it's not going to end any time soon. That seems...

Opinion: We stood united, but we couldn’t hold on

As I drove by the courthouse square in Cookeville, Tenn. and saw the impromptu candlelight vigil that was taking place on the lawn, it...

Eye to the Sky: Summer is on borrowed time

If you hate summer — and if you're one of those ladies who is already looking forward to pumpkin spice season —...

Our Back Yard: A scenic road trip through New River’s historic mining settlements

Narrow and winding S.R. 116 passes through many communities along the headwaters of New River in the Cumberland Mountains. Places like Coal Creek, Beech...

Eye to the Sky: Flash Flood Watch issued for entire region

Hurricane Ida has unleashed her wrath on New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, and is now moving further inland as a tropical depression after...

Opinion: Let the teachers teach, and the administrators lead

With obstruction efforts being launched from the very top on down, there’s never been a more difficult time to be in education. Whether you’re a...

Update: Heavy rains expected from Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida is closing in on the coast of Louisiana this afternoon, with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph and a minimum central pressure...

Update: Hurricane Ida will bring rain to northern Cumberland Plateau

Here comes Hurricane Ida. Ida is currently a category 1 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 85 mph. She is rocketing northwest through the Gulf...
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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...