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December

Saturday, Dec 15th Asbury UMC Community Christmas party Asbury United Methodist Church of Clinton will host its Community Christmas Party from noon - 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15. All are welcome to join the church as they kick off the Christmas season together with a Community Christmas Party. There will be activities for all ages. Food, gift bags, games, arts and crafts, fellowship and fun. Something for everyone to enjoy. So gather all of the children, let the grandparents, aunts and uncles tag along too, it will for sure be a family event for all. Don’t wait to make plans, let it be known now, that your family will be in attendance for the Community Christmas Party at Asbury. Come celebrate the holiday season with Asbury United Methodist Church of Clinton
Monday, Dec 17th LCES will present ‘A Christmas Carol’ Please join the staff and students of Lake City Elementary School for a performance of A Christmas Carol at 6:00 on Monday, Dec. 17. You will enjoy the production by third, fourth, and fifth graders.

Anderson County takes first round of rivalry

Regardless of which side of “the bridge” your loyalty lies, there is one inevitable truth: Both Clinton and Anderson County High Schools have talented, exciting basketball teams. This past Friday, Anderson County hosted cross-town rival Clinton. Before the 6 p.m. tipoff of the ladies’ matchup, the bleachers on both sides of Anderson County’s hardwood were packed. The host Lady Mavs would win 69-57, while the Mavs took a hard-fought 58-57 victory. Supporters who witnessed both games were treated with up-tempo, intense contests. Both boys and girls teams from the two respective schools have different styles of play, are good at what they do, and are filled with athleticism. The Anderson County Lady Mavs (6-0, 2-0) quickly realized that their rivals would be a challenging test. The Clinton Lady Dragons (3-3, 1-1) battled, and kept the Lady Mavs within reach. However, Anderson County would pull away in the second half behind the career high of sharp shooting senior guard, Maci Howser. Howser’s 27 points would lead the Lady Mavs to the win over Clinton — Anderson County’s second District 3-3A win. “Having a game like that is more than special, because the whole team has worked so hard to get where we are at,” said Howser.

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Sheriff's Office warns of 'Jury Duty' scam

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office is warning citizens of a jury duty scammer that is using the name of a deputy currently employed with the Sheriff’s Office. The scammer called a Clinton woman Monday (Dec. 10) claiming to be Sheriff’s Office employee Kenny Sharp.

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News

Sheriff's Office warns of 'Jury Duty' scam  Read More

Senior center progress?  Read More

Whisperin’ Bill Anderson? Kid Rock?  Read More

It’s beginningto look a lot like ...  Read More

Free medical clinic in Briceville closes doors  Read More

County Property Assessor’s Office receives clean audit  Read More

Back to work  Read More

No sale of Mill, but ...  Read More

Land management and biscuits  Read More

Opinion

The hard way to decode a message  Read More

Bush decency and America’s Christmas list  Read More

Thank you  Read More

Hope to see you there  Read More

Sports

Anderson County takes first round of rivalry  Read More

Catholic tourney ushers in wrestling  Read More

Hawks clash with Norris Middle at ‘The Joe’ and get split  Read More

Percival has bittersweet day  Read More

‘Bubble Gum’ Smith will be inducted in OSHS Hall of Fame  Read More

Community

Fly tying classes make a great Christmas gift for the fisherman in everyone’s family  Read More

Rocky Top Library gets $2,000 donation  Read More

School

Art show in the works  Read More

LCES Kindergarten Thanksgiving  Read More

Robertsville gets $20k grant  Read More

Fairview Students of the Month  Read More

Arowood Arena ready for action  Read More

Book Fair theme was ‘Enchanted Forest’  Read More

Business

Sought-after chef opens restaurant in Norris  Read More