State seeks information on deer poached in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is enlisting the public to help determine who is responsible for shooting a deer around sunrise on Wednesday (July 5) morning. According to...

Proposal: Rename OHS stadium for Jim May

It’s been 20 years since Oneida High School football coach Jim May died after suffering a heart attack on the sideline during a home game. Now, a proposal pitched to...

Oneida’s Dishman signs with Union College

Sidney Dishman on Wednesday (May 24) became the second player from the Lady Indians’ successful run to the Class A sectionals to sign a college letter of intent, pledging...

A quick guide to snakes in the Cumberlands

Two years ago, the Independent Herald sat down with Dustin Burke, an Oneida police officer and Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency boating officer who knows as much as anyone about...

HUNTSVILLE — Don’t be outworked. That was the message former University of Tennessee and professional football player Jermaine Copeland had for youth basketball players as Scott High’s summer skills camp...

Track: Scott runners advance to sectional finals

KNOXVILLE — A number of track and field athletes from Scott High are headed to the sectional finals after advancing in the East Sub-Sectionals at Christian Academy of Knoxville...

Basketball: Pike named middle school coach at Oneida

Oneida’s wholesale changes to its basketball program were completed Monday, with the announcement that Jason Pike has been hired as the head coach at Oneida Middle School. Pike, who will...

Baseball: Indians wrap up No. 1

COALFIELD — The Yellow Jackets got one against the Indians. But they couldn’t get both. Oneida wrapped up the regular season District 4-A championship with a 6-0 win at Coalfield’s...

Track & Field: Another record day for Scott hurdlers

JAMESTOWN — Two weeks ago, Grace Sexton placed herself in Scott High’s track and field recordbooks by breaking Dara Thompson Kline’s 22-year-old school record in the 300-meter hurdles. It didn’t...

Baseball: Highlanders score 4-0 win over Oliver Springs

HUNTSVILLE — In basketball, it’s cliche to say that a team shot the lights out. In baseball, Scott High hit the lights out Friday evening. After putting up four runs in...

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