2020-10-08

This is nuts

Thanks to virus, 2020 BWF just a shell of itself

Spencer hasn’t seen a week like this one in more than six decades.

Green means grow

Tariff medical pot operation gets permit

A company has been given the green light to start growing medical cannabis in Roane County.

Cheerleading a whole new game for coach

From veteran football coach to rookie cheerleading coach is quite a transition.

Virus wipes out two RCHS games

COVID-19 has won for the second week in a row.

Smiles and thanks

Newspaper adds to streak of top honors

During the plethora of awards ceremonies that dot the TV schedule, viewers wait for the famous actors or singers to make their acceptance speech. Smiling, they invariably thank all those who helped make their success possible.

Two more schools touched by virus

COVID-19 has invaded both Roane County High School and Spencer Middle School.

Judge orders salvage yard vehicles sold

After waiting more than two years for the owner of an illegal salvage yard to clean it up, a judge has ordered the sheriff to sell the cars to the highest bidder.

Contract awarded for replacement of Bradley bridge

A contract has been awarded to replace the Col. Ruby Bradley Bridge.

Jury indicts driver in pregnant mom’s death

A man police said crossed the centerline in his SUV, killing a pregnant woman on her way home from a baby shower, has been indicted on charges of negligent homicide and DUI resulting in death.

Wildlife at the newspaper office

It’s amazing how much wildlife roams around our office, which is located in the city limits.


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