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They are essential, even in COVID-19 times

Despite what some liberal elected officials might have you believe, churches and other places of worship are essential.

Editorial cartoon 8-6-20

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Individuals won’t be getting ‘hero pay’

Local “heroes” shouldn’t expect to receive bonuses from a $100,000 state grant originally designated to benefit frontline workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

SWA changes how it will spend grant

The county solid waste authority has changed how it plans to spend some state grant funds.

Obituaries for 8-6-20

Sandra Lynn Brown, 42; Marlene Staats Darnell, 87; Alice Douglas, 90; Delores Jean Hoff, 77; Edgar D. McCutcheon, 85; William C. Schulte, 73; James Steven Simmons, 66; Christine Virginia Woods, 89

Special levy meeting set for Friday

A special meeting this week will determine the status of an emergency services/libraries levy that is up for renewal this fall.

Spencer loses in sectional final, 37-36

Normantown wins, will represent district in regional elimination

Editor’s note: The following story was published in the March 15, 1945, edition of the Roane County Reporter. Normantown, which beat Spencer in overtime, went on to win the state basketball championship that year when there was only one enrollment classification. The Vikings defeated Logan 50-49 in the finals at WVU’s Field House.