On behalf of the Loudon High School Redskins 1969 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association Class AA football champions, I would like to thank the LHS athletic department and the football booster club for honoring us on the 50th anniversary of our championship.
Huff Memorial Post 5150 in Loudon distributed poppies as part of the Buddy Poppy Campaign over the Memorial Day weekend at Food City in Loudon. The generosity of Loudon County was, as always, exemplary.
As a member of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the General William Lenoir chapter, I felt it a patriotic duty to explore the status of the retrieval of the historical documents from the Loudon County Courthouse after the recent fire. Since 1890, DAR’s mis…
My husband drives a 2019 GMC Denali pickup truck with the remote key-less entry system and push button start/stop. In the past he has left his vehicles, that had regular metal keys, running with a full tank of gas, windows up and air conditioner on for our dog if she was not permitted to go …
The poor treatment of the open meetings act by local officials was on full display last week when Loudon City Council pretty much ignored the law altogether, while a passing comment by a Loudon County commissioner revealed county government has its own problems.
Scandal hit the airwaves last week when celebrities and wealthy individuals from several walks of life were arrested for alleged fraud for helping their children get into esteemed colleges.
A majority of the often unruly crowd packed into the Loudon County Courthouse Annex meeting room Thursday evening for a Loudon County Board of Education meeting arrived with their minds made up.
Those who have been longtime subscribers and readers of the News-Herald know that for years, Herb Linginfelter was a regular part of the publication. Herb wrote about Lenoir City and what it was like growing up here long before U.S. Highway 321 developed into the busy hub it is now.
I’ve told you before about the hoboes who used to camp out at the big culvert under the railroad just a couple of hundred feet east of Bob’s house. In the summer there would sometimes be 20 or 25 hoboes living there.