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October

Wed, Oct 18FOO FIGHTERS!Foo Fighters with The Struts Wednesday - 10/18 @ 7:30 PM Thompson Boling Arena Knoxville, TN
Thu, Oct 19WINDROCK PARK FALL JAMBOREThere will be guided rides, ATV Rodeo, rock crawl, poker run, Windrock Wide Open, Windrock Challenge, Drag Race, Mud Bog and Dash for Cash! The Fall Jamboree includes a haunted trail ride and bonfire to conclude the first night! The event takes place at Windrock Park which consists of over 72,000 acres of off-road adventure for the entire family with many picturesque views of East Tennessee’s mountains and valleys. Explore over 300 miles of trails for riding ATV’s, Motorcycles, Mountain Bikes, in addition to four wheeling in Jeeps and Rail buggies and Hiking. Camping facilities are available at Windrock Park and campground. For more information about the event or the area, call 865-435-3492.
Fri, Oct 27Lyle Lovett and John HiattFriday - 10/27 @ 8:00 PM Tennessee Theatre Knoxville, TN
Sat, Oct 28Grove Theater and ADFAC Hero Event & FundraiserOn Saturday, October 28th the Historic Grove Theater in Oak Ridge will be transformed into a "Hero-themed Live Action Theater" for children of all ages. Throughout the theater there will be challenging games and puzzles that will empower young heroes with the super abilities needed to win the day! We will have a costume contest, dunking booth to dunk your favorite comic book villains, and much more. Free pizza will be available from 11:00 - 1:00 followed by a screening of the new film "Look to the Sky," a documentary featuring young heroes across the nation who are making a difference in their communities. Filmmaker Brett Culp will be present to introduce the film and meet with guests and all proceeds from the movie and the day are directed to our special guest heroes Aid to Distressed Families of Appalachian Counties who have been serving our communities heroically for 30 years! It is going to be a win / win, with lots of fun for everyone while serving a great cause! Doors open at 10:00 AM with the film to begin at 1:00PM.

November

Sat, Nov 11Veteran's Day Parade100 N Main Street, RM #114 | Clinton, TN 37716-3634 865-463-6803 Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sat, Nov 18Secret City Half-MarathonThe half marathon route starts at the scenic Melton Lake Peninsula. Enjoy 13.1 miles of mostly flat terrain. Course runs by the beautiful Melton Lake then down by an operational quarry for a change of scenery. Continue along a serene tree-lined private road then wind through Oak Ridge. Finish your race right back at peninsula. Course is USATF certified with certification #TN15066MS. All half marathon participants receive: A Race-Logo Dri-Fit Long Sleeve Tech Shirt (while supplies last). Please be aware that as long as the size option is available on the registration page then the size is still available. We will do our best to give everyone a shirt in the size they desire. Unique Finishers Medal - All who complete race are guaranteed a medal! Go here to register: https://runsignup.com/Race/TN/OakRidge/secretcityhalfmarathon Secret City Half-Marathon November 18, 2017 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST 697 Melton Lake Dr. Oak Ridge, TN 37830

Trustee has concerns about county’s fund balance

In an e-mail sent to county officials Sept. 26, Interim Anderson County Trustee Myron Iwanski outlined his concerns with the county’s unassigned fund balance trends in recent years. The information in Iwanski’s report was intended to be a follow-up to information Anderson County Finance Director Natalie Erb presented to the Anderson County Commission and the budget and finance committees last month detailing the concerns with the county’s general fund unassigned fund balance status and trend.

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CHS to induct five to Wall of Fame

Since its inception in 2004, the Clinton High School Wall of Fame has annually added new members. This year’s inductees are Stanley Barnes, Margaret Calhoun, Doug Davis, the late James “Buzz” Elkins, and Ron Kirksey.

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News

County’s HR Director leaving for private sector Read More

Clinch River Fall Antique Festival this weekend Read More

Store opens just in time for the Fall Festival Read More

Sports

Lady Wildcats take district title Read More

Lady Senators win second straight state title Read More

High School Wrap up Read More

Senators win TVAC Championship Read More

Lady Mavericks take district championship Read More

Falcons soar over Dragons Read More

Community

Emhof joins Anderson County UT Extension Read More

Oak Ridge WWII Veteran honored with ‘Quilt of Valor’ Read More

School

LCES ‘Students of the Month’ for September Read More

Honoring the bus drivers Read More

NMS holds ‘Book Tasting’ Read More

RSCC EMS program starts tradition to honor alumni Read More

Business

‘We’re still here, still in business’ Read More

State’s home sales dip, median price rises, and inventory stays tight Read More

RSCC Internship Fair connects students to valuable opportunities Read More