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Sat, Nov 18Secret City Half-MarathonThe half marathon route starts at the scenic Melton Lake Peninsula. Enjoy 13.1 miles of mostly flat terrain. Course runs by the beautiful Melton Lake then down by an operational quarry for a change of scenery. Continue along a serene tree-lined private road then wind through Oak Ridge. Finish your race right back at peninsula. Course is USATF certified with certification #TN15066MS. All half marathon participants receive: A Race-Logo Dri-Fit Long Sleeve Tech Shirt (while supplies last). Please be aware that as long as the size option is available on the registration page then the size is still available. We will do our best to give everyone a shirt in the size they desire. Unique Finishers Medal - All who complete race are guaranteed a medal! Go here to register: https://runsignup.com/Race/TN/OakRidge/secretcityhalfmarathon Secret City Half-Marathon November 18, 2017 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST 697 Melton Lake Dr. Oak Ridge, TN 37830
Thu, Nov 23Free Thanksgiving meal at Recovery MinistryThe Recovery Ministry at Powell United Methodist Church, 323 W. Emory Rd., Powell, will be hosting a free Thanksgiving Dinner from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 23, prior to the worship service and small groups meetings. This will be a traditional Thanksgiving meal, complete with all of the trimmings. Everyone is welcome to attend. For additional information, please call Powell Church at 865-938-2741, or e-mail Brooke Hartman @bhhartman@powellchurch.com.

Man involved in police shooting had long criminal record

Roger Raymond York, 32, of Clinton, has been identified by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) as the suspect who was killed in an officer-involved shooting with Clinton Police that occurred just after 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, on 1000 East Drive in Clinton.

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New waterlines expected for North Anderson

During the Anderson County Commission Operations Committee meeting Monday, Nov. 13, Commissioners unanimously passed a motion authorizing Anderson County to enter a grant contract with the State of Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division to replace deteriorated water lines in Briceville.

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News

Tim Shelton named 2017 ‘County Official of the Year’ Read More

Veterans Day Parade was for everybody Read More

Opinion

Enjoy it while you can Read More

Sports

High School Wrap up Read More

Senators fall at Gresham Read More

Lady Hawks win Read More

Hawks roll over Red Devils Read More

Lady Blaze get first win Read More

Blaze record first win in program history Read More

Mavericks take fight out of Cyclones to advance to quarterfinals Read More

Community

The love of learning has kept Ethel Taylor young (at 99) Read More

‘Yes, at time of death’ Read More

School

Robotics team at CHS earning high scores Read More

CCS teachers earn tenure Read More

Business

Night of Hope Dinner raises $19,720 for cancer research Read More