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Second Chance K-9 Rescue Fundraiser

Second Chance K-9 Rescue is having our 14th  annual Hot Dogs for the Dawgs cookout Saturday at Kingston City Park October 26 from 11-1. A $5.00 donation includes a grilled hot dog w/trimmings, chips, dessert and a drink. All proceeds help low income folks to spay & neuter their pets. …

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Trunk or Treat and Football

The Oak Ridge community is invited to enjoy an evening of football and Halloween activities.  The Wildcat Football Boosters, along with the Oak Ridge Quarterback Club, the Boys Club Alumni Association and other partners will host a Trunk or Treat event on Thursday, October 31st from 5 to 6:30 p.m. …

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Clinton leaf collection begins October 21st

(City of Clinton) The City of Clinton Public Works Department is announcing its 2013 Leaf Collection Program. Collections begin Monday October 21st. Each city street will receive a minimum of three leaf collections spaced approximately one month apart. For more information and a schedule of collection dates for your area, you may …

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‘Owl Prowl’ Coming to Oak Ridge

The University of Tennessee Arboretum Society will have its annual Owl Prowl on Saturday, Oct. 26.  The Owl Prowl starts at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the UT Arboretum at 901 S. Illinois Ave. (Highway 62) in Oak Ridge.  It will start at the Program Shelter with a program presented by the Clinch …

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Veteran driver’s licenses now available

(State of Tennessee) Department of Safety and Homeland Security Commissioner Bill Gibbons and Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder today announced that honorably discharged veterans may now visit any driver services center in the state to obtain a specially designated veteran driver license or photo identification card.  Legislation authorizing …

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Lunch with the League: Dr. Judy Cornett to speak

  A University of Tennessee law professor will discuss potential changes to Tennessee’s judicial selection process during a Lunch with the League meeting on Tuesday.  Judy Cornett is a distinguished professor at the University of Tennessee’s College of Law and her presentation starts at noon Tuesday in the Social Hall of …

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