Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5150 members, from left, Ron Hutson, Bill Stuart and James Lukaszewicz help distribute Buddy Poppies Nov. 8-9 at Walmart in Lenoir City. Funds will go to the VFW's post-relief fund and will be used to support veterans and their families. Two major recipients are…
Emergency personnel and first responders hit the water early Saturday morning to conduct a search-and-rescue simulation for a missing boater on Tellico Lake, but there was a new addition to the annual drill.
Loudon County Mayor Buddy “Rollen” Bradshaw, Loudon Mayor Jeff Harris and Lenoir City Mayor Tony Aikens attended Loudon County Solid Waste Disposal Commission’s Nov. 12 meeting to settle on a process for the commission and its stakeholders to pay for invoices.
Discussion Monday lasting nearly two hours between Loudon County Commission, government officials and residents centered on where to build a new courthouse annex.
Loudon City Council’s Monday meeting took a turn when Councilman Tim Brewster asked council to refuse the Loudon County Solid Waste Disposal Commission’s extended contract with Santek Waste Services since mud and debris continues to be tracked on the road from Matlock Bend Landfill.
Lenoir City elementary and intermediate/middle schools teachers and principals gathered at a roundtable Nov. 13 with representatives from the Knowledge Matters Campaign as part of a national tour to engage with schools that have made a change in curriculum.
A recent decision to close Trinity Health & Rehabilitation Center, formerly known as Baptist Health Care Center, in Lenoir City has required families to make a quick choice on where to place loved ones.
We waited as long as we could, but when we were looking at overnight lows in the upper 20s, followed this week by even colder temperatures, we decided it was time.
Equestrians from the county and beyond galloped into Horse Haven’s rings, dotted with obstacles, for the horse rescue organization’s Obstacle Challenge event Sunday.
The Historic Downtown Lenoir City Merchants Association, Lose Design representatives and Lenoir City Council gathered Nov. 6 at Roane State Community College to discuss a potential feature that could complement downtown’s new streetscapes.
After opposing details in a contract for Loudon County Interim Director of Schools Michael Garren last month, Loudon County Board of Education member Kim Bridges stuck to her position last week during a workshop and again stressed bringing down the salary.
Lenoir City Mayor Tony Aikens, U.S. Secret Service senior special agent Jeffrey Wallace and Tennessee Highway Patrol Criminal Investigations Sgt. Dan Morton attempted to ease residents’ worries about fraudulent activity Thursday at the War Memorial Building.
With hardly a cloud in the sky, crowds gathered Monday morning in front of the Loudon County Courthouse lawn to honor the men and women who have served their country.
Parents gathered in Central United Methodist Church’s pavilion Sunday afternoon in hopes of gaining a deeper understanding of the potential dangers technology poses.
Morganton Road was crowded with vendors, local stores stayed open later than usual and the Greenback Depot was filled with music and dancing to commemorate the annual Greenback Fall Festival.
A towering, inflatable Frankenstein sat in ADESA Knoxville’s front lobby last week, overlooking four barrels waiting to be filled with canned goods for a Second Harvest of East Tennessee food drive before Thanksgiving.
With Lyric Theatre Company’s “Clue: On Stage” showcased over the weekend, and Last Call Theatre Company’s “All Through the House” coming in December, the two groups have been avidly working to better connect with the community.
Placing a decal on the rear window on the driver’s side of a vehicle and putting a folder containing medical and personal information inside a glove compartment can save a life.