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Powell River Blueway continues to expand

What is a Blueway? It is a water path or trail that is developed with launch points, camping ... Read more | Add your comment

Tit-for-tat: County mayor vetoes 1 resolution, proposes 2 more

Claiborne County Mayor Joe Brooks says he vetoed a resolution requiring quarterly reports from his office, the road ... Read more | Add your comment

ARC accepting summer program applications

WASHINGTON, D.C. —The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) recently began accepting applications for the Appalachian Entrepreneurship Academy (AEA) in ... Read more | Add your comment

County officials hold District 2 town hall at MES

Residents of Claiborne County, District 2 assembled, Jan. 14, at Midway Elementary School for another town hall meeting. Read more | Add your comment

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Tit-for-tat: county mayor vetoes 1 resolution, proposes 2 more

Claiborne county mayor Joe Brooks says he vetoed a resolution requiring quarterly reports from his office, the road department and the sheriff in order to ... Read more | Add your comment

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TN Promise FAFSA filing deadline Feb. 1

The TN Promise Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) filing deadline is quickly approaching. Feb. 1 is the final day for both TN Promise ... Read more | Add your comment

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Photo gallery: CHS versus Greeneville

Greeneville came into town and took three games from the Claiborne Bulldogs, January 21. They won the junior varsity girl’s game, 54-49 and the varsity ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Third-ranked Railsplitters make it 17 in a row with 90-68 victory at Anderson

ANDERSON, S.C. — Holding its adversary to 34.9 percent shooting, the Lincoln Memorial University men’s basketball team claimed its 17th consecutive victory Saturday with a ... Read more | Add your comment

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Vols stifle Vanderbilt, 66-45

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A dominant defensive effort and a 21-5 run to begin the second half allowed the Tennessee basketball team to push past Vanderbilt, ... Read more | Add your comment

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Third quarter run by AU dashes LMU’s upset hopes

ANDERSON, S.C. — LMU and No. 16/22 Anderson slugged out a low scoring first half with the Lady Railsplitters holding a two point advantage at ... Read more | Add your comment

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Cumberland Gap marching band season review

The Cumberland Gap High School marching band once again made the community proud both on the gridiron and in competitions. Being led by Johnathan Elliott, ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Late free throws help Catawba sneak past LMU 60-56

HARROGATE, Tenn. — LMU went toe-to-toe with the top team in the South Atlantic Conference Saturday afternoon, and when the dust settled it was Catawba ... Read more | Add your comment

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No. 3 LMU blows past 22nd-ranked Catawba 110-85

HARROGATE, Tenn. — After an unusually cool shooting night Wednesday and a plethora of uncharacteristic first-half mistakes, the third-ranked Lincoln Memorial University men’s basketball team ... Read more | Add your comment

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JFWA win both games January 10

J. Frank White basketball played two games, January 10. The girl’s team battled OBI and the boy’s took on Cumberland Athletics. Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Ministerial Association elects new officers

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Cumberland Gap, Claiborne split wins during varsity games

The varsity teams followed their JV counterparts Jan. 10 as the rivalry night of games continued. Using a height advantage the home team moved away ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Bulldogs, Panthers split junior varsity wins

Cumberland Gap and Claiborne High Schools squared off, Jan. 10 at Cumberland Gap. The junior varsity teams played first and the first teams up were ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Photo gallery: Cumberland Gap hosts Claiborne basketball

The rivalry basketball games between Cumberland Gap and Claiborne were, January 10, with the Gap serving as host school. The Lady Bulldogs junior varsity got ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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It’s rivalry time!

The first of two big basketball rivalry meetings between Cumberland Gap and Claiborne High Schools will be January 10. The games will be held at ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Carson-Newman University recognizes those making Dean’s List for fall semester

JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. — Four local students found their name on the Dean’s List at Carson-Newman University for the fall semester. Haley Catron and Emilie ... Read more | Add your comment

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Bulldogs Head Coach Nathan Medlin releases statement on Haydn Hollin earning All-Coaches Team recognition

Claiborne Bulldogs Head Football Coach Nathan Medlin announced, January 6, that Haydn Hollin had been selected to the Tennessee High School Football Coaches Association (TnFCA) ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Hollin named to 3A, All-Coaches Team

Claiborne Bulldogs senior wide receiver Haydn Hollin just received a huge post-season award from the Tennessee High School Football Coaches Association. Tennessee coaches have added ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Claiborne basketball sweeps Hancock

After two junior varsity were completed in Hancock County, Jan. 3, only the varsity games remained left to tip off. The first game was the ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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CHS splits junior varsity games with Hancock

After a long Christmas and New Year’s holiday vacation, the Claiborne High School Bulldogs basketball teams finally hit the court to continue their seasons. Jan. ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Photo gallery: CHS versus Hancock County

Claiborne High loaded the buses and took all four basketball teams and their cheerleaders. They won three out of four games. The JV Lady Bulldogs ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Sports top 10 of 2019

It was another interesting year of sports in middle school, high school and motor sports. Lincoln Memorial University Athletics as always, has been winning South ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Girl’s athletic performances of the year: Carley Downhour and Macie Sumner

Local high school girl athletes have been doing great things for years and 2019 was no exception. When it comes to the 2019 greatest sports ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Best athletic performance of 2019: Kade Beeler, CHS basketball

There are many local athletes that have done great things over the course of 2019 but one stands out above them all. Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Season in review: Claiborne High Marching Band

The Claiborne High School marching band has once again taken it to the next level. They started practicing at the end of 2018 for the ... Read more | Add your comment

by Allen Earl.

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Lady Senators use Shultz last-second dagger to down No. 15 Catawba Valley

MORRISTOWN, Tenn. — With time ticking away in the extra period and the game tied, Walters State coach Dave Kragel called a play to get ... Read more | Add your comment

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