Archives September 2022

Volume 136 Issue 6

News

09-21-2022 ‘A teaspoon at a time’
09-21-2022 The chickens have come home to roost
09-21-2022 The Courier News brings home five TPA awards
09-21-2022 Nov. 8 ballots finalized
09-21-2022 Dealing with Brookstone
09-21-2022 Clean up your ‘record’ Oct. 29 at ‘expungement clinic’
09-21-2022 Rocky Top council extends city manager’s contract for five years

Opinion

09-21-2022 Dance, dance, dance — then dance some more
09-21-2022 EVs don’t need to ‘Vroom’
09-21-2022 Helping voters sort through the chaff

Sports

09-21-2022 Mavs move on, await Cyclones
09-21-2022 Why you can’t spot a good team 15 points
09-21-2022 A win is a win, unless the coach ain’t happy
09-21-2022 Lady Dragons volleyball wins two at weekend tourney
09-21-2022 It was a slugfest
09-21-2022 Jai Hundley returns, leads ’Cats to win
09-21-2022 Lady Wildcats move into second place in 3-AAA with win over Powell
09-21-2022 Jefferson gets big win from Clinton Hawks
09-21-2022 A growing tradition

School

09-21-2022 CHS band will host Clinch River Classic band competition

Volume 136 Issue 5

News

09-14-2022 Norris council debates, then accepts plan for trees along ‘Scenic Byway’
09-14-2022 ‘Liberty rings on’ in Clinton
09-14-2022 Norris city manager applicants cut to 10
09-14-2022 Dems to hold meet and greet Sept. 17
09-14-2022 After missing deadline to close budget, Norris seeks accounting help
09-14-2022 Norris on collision course with Covenant Life Church

Opinion

09-14-2022 Does an electric car go ‘Vroom?’
09-14-2022 The Jenny Wiley story, conclusion

Sports

09-14-2022 Dragon offense explodes against Cherokee
09-14-2022 AC, Clinton open district play — against each other
09-14-2022 Only the Mavs can stop the Mavs
09-14-2022 Dragon offense explodes against Cherokee
09-14-2022 Lady Dragons play a heavy load in a two-week span
09-14-2022 AC, Clinton open district play — against each other
09-14-2022 Cummings not happy about shutout: ‘This is unacceptable’
09-14-2022 Oak Ridge soccer celebrates 40th year with win over Karns
09-14-2022 Clinton runners post competitive times
09-14-2022 Anderson County runners ‘not looking to do anything easy’
09-14-2022 A gopher’s vantage point
09-14-2022 Young Lady Mavs take second place in Georgia tournament
09-14-2022 Winning and more

Community

09-14-2022 Baileys celebrate 66th anniversary
09-14-2022 New faces at animal shelter introduced
09-14-2022 Parkinson’s support meeting is Sept. 20
09-14-2022 Bluegrass on the menu at ORNL Federal Credit Union’s final ‘Summer Sessions’ concert

School

09-14-2022 Clinton XC posts competitive times

Business

09-14-2022 Stephenson Realty and Auction marks 40th anniversary

Volume 136 Issue 4

News

09-07-2022 Norris will start process (again) to hire city manager
09-07-2022 Finding a solution at Ben’s
09-07-2022 New faces on County Commission
09-07-2022 Mayor seeks better financial reports from Norris water board
09-07-2022 Norris Sewers - Inspections

Opinion

09-07-2022 Stop urban sprawl
09-07-2022 What constitutes negativity?
09-07-2022 The Jenny Wiley story, Part 4

Sports

09-07-2022 Liquid sunshine
09-07-2022 First defense of region crown successful
09-07-2022 ‘We’ll see them in the playoffs’
09-07-2022 Lady Mavs are still scrapping
09-07-2022 Lady Dragons aren’t fading away
09-07-2022 AC volleyball gets a wake up call
09-07-2022 From ‘understudy’ to workhorse, Dozier comes through win over CHS
09-07-2022 Oak Ridge senior golfers honored
09-07-2022 Alone at the top of 3-AAA
09-07-2022 Horace Maynard gives Lakers second straight loss
09-07-2022 Back to Cherokee Farms for CC teams
09-07-2022 Wildcat seniors recognized
09-07-2022 Lady ’Cats split a pair last week on the pitch
09-07-2022 Fun Day Football Challenge benefits Scarboro 85 Scholarship fund
09-07-2022 Change comes

Community

09-07-2022 St. Mark Fall Fun Fest is this weekend
09-07-2022 Butterfly festival returns to UT Arboretum
09-07-2022 Fall Antique Festival coming to downtown Clinton Sept. 30-Oct. 1
09-07-2022 Emory Valley Center partners with Oak Ridge Panda Express for fundraising
09-07-2022 Veterans breakfast is this Saturday
09-07-2022 Mountain bike scavenger hunt set for Sept. 17

School

09-07-2022 CHS Class of 1982 reunion Oct. 7-8
09-07-2022 CHS Class of 1970 is holding a birthday party (reunion)
09-07-2022 STEM at Clinton High School