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Former students of the Dunbar Rosenwald School in Loudon met last week with members of the Dunbar Rosenwald Foundation, Inc., and elected offi…

Former students of the Dunbar Rosenwald School in Loudon met last week with members of the Dunbar Rosenwald Foundation, Inc., and elected offi…

Teacher wages, workload, morale and student attitude have been identified as major challenges for Tennessee’s educational system.

Loudon County Commission took a big step Nov. 7 to support Loudon County Board of Education’s plan to build a new school for grades 7-12.

Harold Boyd Duff, 87, a longtime educator, civic leader and member of Loudon County Commission for 28 years, died Thursday at his home.

Organizations in Loudon County will be commemorating Veterans Day on Friday with patriotic and educational events.

An investigation by Lenoir City High School and Lenoir City Police Department found there was no actual threat Thursday morning to students or…

A change by Loudon County Board of Education to the time parents can pick up children after school came under fire Thursday at a combined work…

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The Knights of Columbus Coats for Kids program has been helping keep children warm during the winter since 2008.

Compassion Ministries Inc., will be holding a free drive-through food pantry 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Philadelphia Elementary School on Spri…

Eaton Elementary School fourth-grader Max Stokes, left, gets help from teacher Jennifer Hutchings. Eaton is one of the county schools already …

Loudon County Girl Scout Service Unit held a trunk or treat event Oct. 22 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Lenoir City. Girls collected c…

A large room in the former Yale Locks & Hardware building in Lenoir City holds more than 1,000 cardboard boxes packed with yellowed sheets…

First Baptist Church in Lenoir City voted overwhelmingly Sunday to approve the $1.825 million sale of 35 acres to Loudon County Schools for co…

Loudon County 4-H celebrated National 4-H Week earlier this month with a series of events to remind 4-H’ers, their families and the community …

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