Huntsville, TN (2018-06-14) While the 2017-2018 school year just concluded three weeks ago, the Scott County Board of Education spent much of its June meeting preparing for the coming school year. The board has approved three capital projects, including security improvements at Scott High School and bleachers for Robbins and Winfield Elementary schools. [ Read More ]
MEDIC Regional Blood Center, which serves 28 hospitals in a 21-county region, is urging people with O-positive, O-negative and A-negative blood to contact the blood center in Knoxville at (865) 524-3074, or visit MEDIC’s website at www.medicblood.com, to find out where they can donate blood. [ Read More ]
Oneida, TN (2018-06-17) Earn points towards your “GO BIG 2018” Challenge by joining a ranger on Saturday, June 23, to learn about local Medal of Honor recipient, Alvin C. York. Enjoy a brief introduction by the ranger followed by the 1941 film “Sergeant York”. [ 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.
The Oneida City Council will hold a special-called meeting on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the courtroom of the Oneida Municipal Services Building. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and/or act upon the FY2018-19 Budget and Property Tax Rate. The meeting is open to the public.
Jacksboro, TN (2018-06-12) 8th District Chancellor Elizabeth Asberry ruled last week a temporary injunction keeping the Oneida Family Motel closed shall remain in effect until a two-day hearing in August. [ Read More ]
Oneida, TN (2018-06-12) State and federal law enforcement officials swarmed a local family medical practice Tuesday morning in Oneida, reportedly seizing documents associated with an ongoing investigation into opioid overdoses in Kentucky. [ Read More ]
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 ]