‘I’m stoned,’ intoxicated driver tells cop

HUNTSVILLE — A motorist who was allegedly driving while "severely intoxicated" reportedly asked an arresting officer to drive him home rather than arrest him after a traffic stop early...

Fire destroys Oneida donut shop

A popular Oneida donut shop has been destroyed by fire. A blaze destroyed King Donuts, located at the Oak Grove intersection on the corner of Alberta Street and Litton Road,...

Funding sought for critically ill Oneida man

For most of the last year, Oneida's Chad King has worked in hurricane-torn Puerto Rico, working as part of a utilities crew to help recovery efforts on the island...

Cause of fatal plane crash remains unclear

HUNTSVILLE — Nearly one week after a small plane crashed in a wooded area here, killing one of the people on board and badly injuring another, investigators had not...

Passing the pup: Scott County’s abandoned pets problem frustrates many

Everybody has their breaking point. For Jean Thorne, an animal lover who can’t stand the thoughts of abandoning a dog, that breaking point came last week, when she saw a...

Rennova purchases Jamestown hospital

JAMESTOWN — In something of a surprise announcement, the parent company of Big South Fork Medical Center announced Wednesday, Jan. 31, that it has reached an agreement to purchase...

One dead, one airlifted following plane crash in Scott County

HUNTSVILLE — One person has been killed and another airlifted to University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville with life-threatening injuries after a plane crash in a remote area...

Deputies confronted by man high on cough syrup

HUNTSVILLE — A Helenwood man has been charged with disorderly conduct and making 911 calls in a non-emergency situation after allegedly confronting Scott County Sheriff's Department deputies while high...

Rector won’t seek re-election

HUNTSVILLE — A third Scott County office-holder does not plan to seek re-election in the August 2 general election. Long-time Register of Deeds Benjie Rector Jr. announced Monday that he...

Gracie Cox becomes first from Scott County to win state fairest pageant

NASHVILLE — For the first time ever, the Tennessee Fairest of the Fair is a Scott Countian. Gracie Cox was crowned as the winner at the Tennessee Association of Fairs’...

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