Commission field grows crowded

HUNTSVILLE — With less than a month remaining before April 3’s qualifying deadline for the August general election in Scott County, the races that are attracting the most attention...

Theft, DUI dominate grand jury

HUNTSVILLE — Theft and DUI controlled much of the time a Scott County grand jury spent pondering criminal cases here last week. Of 14 indictments handed down by the grand...

Services set for HUD manager Crowley

if( function_exists('ADDTOANY_SHARE_SAVE_KIT') ) { ADDTOANY_SHARE_SAVE_KIT(); } HUNTSVILLE — Funeral services are scheduled for Thursday for long-time Huntsville Utility District manager Larry Crowley, who died Sunday after a lengthy illness. He...

OSSD deeds building to S.T.A.N.D.

The Oneida Special School District Board of Education voted Thursday evening to deed the building currently occupied by S.T.A.N.D. to the anti-drug coalition. By unanimous decision and with no discussion,...

Sheriff seeks to dispel ATV rumors

HUNTSVILLE — A lengthy discourse by Scott County Sheriff Mike Cross before County Commission’s Emergency Service Committee here Monday has led to a establishment of an Adventure Tourism Committee. Sheriff...

JDS takes top honors at parade

  After the 2012 Scott County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade, JDS Technologies, Inc., founder and owner Jerry Slaven vowed that his company’s float would take home a blue ribbon...

Scott child porn suspect nabbed in Kentucky

if( function_exists('ADDTOANY_SHARE_SAVE_KIT') ) { ADDTOANY_SHARE_SAVE_KIT(); } WHITLEY CITY — A Scott County man charged with sexual exploitation of a minor was nabbed in McCreary County last week. Robert Lee Slaven, 43,...

Sale of Scott County Hospital completed

The sale of Scott County Hospital from Mississippi-based Pioneer Health Services to Florida-based Rennova Health Inc. has been finalized. Tony Taylor, who is overseeing the transition process and will serve...

Impending cold weather could be dangerous, NWS warns

The National Weather Service on Sunday afternoon issued a wind chill warning for Scott, Campbell, Morgan and other Cumberland Plateau counties, effective from 3 p.m. Monday afternoon until noon...

Those who knew him mourn Senator's passing

HUNTSVILLE — When Howard H. Baker was elected to the U.S. Senate by Tennessee voters in 1966, his first legislative assistant was an up-and-coming Republican politician named Lamar Alexander. On...

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