Oneida, TN (2018-11-16) A pair of wanted fugitives from Virginia are behind bars after they allegedly took a vehicle from an Oneida businessowner and then crashed their stolen SUV while trying to flee. During the pursuit, authorities say one of the suspects attempted to run over officers, while the other ran from them. Eventually, Karma caught up to one of the fleeing fugitives, and the other got stuck in the mud. [ Read More ]
Huntsville, TN (2018-11-15) The Scott Highlanders and the Oneida Indians will both be playing in the Twin K Hall of Fame Classic at Scott High School on Saturday (November 17). The tournament will feature some of the most talented teams in Tennessee including Bearden, Clarkrange, Dresden, and Maryville. [ Read More ]
Huntsville, TN (2018-11-15) The Scott County Sheriff’s Office will be busy on Friday rounding up dozens of ‘wanted criminals’ that have a bounty on their heads. The roundup will be held in jest, as the organization is using the event to raise money for its annual “Shop with a Cop” Christmas event. [ Read More ]
The Boys & Girls Club facility may be rented by individuals, clubs, businesses, etc. Rental charges in general are – gym: $35 per hour; cafeteria, $25 per hour; playgrounds, $20 per hour (includes supervisor). Call (423) 286-9500 for more information.
What does a CASA volunteer do? A CASA volunteer does a lot of investigating, reading, sitting, waiting and writing. They ask a lot of questions and answer a lot as well. Sometimes there is no answer. They give their time without the need of a material reward. Their reward is lying in bed at night knowing that their CASA child is sleeping in a safe environment. Or finding out their CASA child was doing well in school. [ Read More ]
Oneida, TN (2018-11-11) Earn points towards your 2018 Go Big Challenge patch by joining a park ranger from the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area for a special Reading Ranger program and hike to one of Kentucky’s tallest waterfalls, Yahoo Falls. [ Read More ]
Wartburg, TN (2018-11-10) Starry night skies are an important part of the special places the National Park Service protects. Our national parks hold some of the last remaining harbors of darkness and provide amazing opportunities to experience this critical resource. The Obed Wild and Scenic River, which is recognized as an International Dark Sky Park, is one of these special places where you can enjoy the quiet, dark solitude of nature at night. [ Read More ]