2022-03-03

Government work has its benefits

Those who chose to serve in elected office may not always earn a salary as lucrative as some in the private sector, but there are perks that come with the job.

Some mask mandates being lifted

Like Batman returning to Wayne Manor, it’s time to unmask.

Five Raiders ready for state tournament action

Five Roane County wrestlers will be gunning for titles during the state wrestling tournament starting today (Thursday) at Mountain Health Arena in Huntington.

News and notes from the local sports scene

Here are some notes from the local sports teams as icicles give way to daffodils – at least for now…

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Decision on SES principal delayed

The principal’s position at Spencer Elementary School will remain vacant until next week.

Raider season ends in sectional

Charleston Catholic scored the first 20 points of the game Tuesday on the way to a 71-38 romp over visiting Roane County in a first round sectional tournament game.

Obituaries for 3-3-22

Freddie E. Conrad, 92; Paul Hamman, 75; Katherine Seaman Kean, 68; Charles P. McDonald Sr., 92; John Franklin O’Dell, 81; Jillian Parker, 42; Herbert Eugene Perrine, 90

Woman who thought husband was devil released from supervision

A former Spencer woman police said tried to stab her husband with a steak knife while claiming he was under the influence of the devil has been released from supervision.

Busy time

Republicans AGs keeping Biden in check

Republican attorneys general across the United State have been busy lately, and that’s a good thing.