Community News

  • Happenings

    Wednesday, Nov. 7

    Oakdale School Fall Play
    Oakdale School announces its fall play, Heads Will Roll, an adaptation of Washington Irving’s “Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, by Julie Johnson Crowe. The music is directed by Jeffrey Johnson. Showtime’s are Wednesday, Nov. 7, 8:30 a.m., Grades 7-12, $2 admission; Thursday, Nov. 8, 7 p.m., General Admission, $6 admission; Friday, Nov. 9, 7 p.m., General Admission, $6 and Saturday, Nov. 10, 7 p.m., General Admission, $6.

    Thursday, Nov. 8

  • Buddy-2-Buddy check

    Remember to check
    Friday, November 2
    Call your partner and remind them!

  • Team Melinda continues to support
  • “But I’m married to / dating them...”

        The prevalence of Domestic Violence within our communities is staggering, and, it’s also a topic that no one really wants to / likes to talk about. However, in order to educate and provide resources, we have to shine the biggest spotlight we can possibly muster up onto the subject. Knowledge is power, and we cannot ignore things if they are consistently placed at the forefront of community awareness.

  • Armes joins the Law Office of Jason R. Hines and Associates

        The Law Office of Jason R. Hines and Associates has announced the addition to its staff of Nick Armes, a general practice attorney from Oak Ridge, who will provide clients throughout Roane, Morgan, Anderson, Knox and surrounding counties with representation and a variety of legal services.
        Armes brings more than five years of legal experience to the firm as well as strong knowledge in the legal practice areas of family law, estate planning, divorce and separation, child custody and support, adoption, civil and criminal law.

  • Happenings

    Wednesday, Oct. 31

    Morgan Scott Project Quarter Day
    On Wednesday, Oct. 31, the Morgan-Scott Thrift Store will have Quarter Day. All clothing in the store will cost 25 cents each. Store hours are Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

    Oak Grove Trunk or Treat

    Oak Grove Baptist Church will host a Trunk or Treat on Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to bring your children and enjoy the festivities. 

    Thursday, Nov. 1

  • East Valley Paranormal Society Ghost Hunting 101 Saturday at Wartburg Public Library
  • Relationships: Healthy vs Unhealthy Behavior

        Trust is an essential element in every healthy relationship. Trust is like a gift we give to other people. It can be given willingly or swindled from us by those with ulterior motives, like a snake on a mission.
        In the Genesis of relationships, Adam trusted Eve. Eve trusted evil disguised as a snake. The result - mankind thrust out of the protective cocoon of Paradise and into the harsh world of survival through suffering and striving.  Why would Eve do such a thing? She was unwittingly wooed, i.e. coerced and lied to.

  • ETHRA to recertify for commodities
  • Coalfield

        Helen Cotton and Diane Meredith wish to thank the community for their condolences, prayers, and acts of kindness. All of the love you have shown during their tragic losses over the past few months means so much. Until you lose a child or brother, you cannot know how much your kindness means. We all miss Doug and Darryl Cotton. Let us as a community continue to pray for them and all the others who have experienced such sadness.