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UT head basketball coach Cuonzo Martin has reportedly accepted a job of the same position at the University of California.  Martin and UT athletic director had been working on a contract extension for Martin after he led the Volunteers into the Sweet 16 this past season.  Martin’s record at UT was 63–41 (.606).   A live […]

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A wintry mix turned into a snow shower Tuesday in Wartburg.  Some folks might call this Dogwood Winter. Tennesseans just call it weather.  Click on the below images to see the full size, and send your wintry pictures to wecoradio@highland.net to have them featured online.               Outside WECO as […]

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An accident on Highway 27 yesterday sent one person to the hospital.  The crash occurred at the intersection of Highway 27 and Main Street in Wartburg.  Three people were involved, but two were cleared on the scene.  The third person was transported to Roane Medical Center via ambulance.

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The Tennessee General Assembly has approved and sent to the governor legislation to extend the use of school buses, as long as they meet additional inspection requirements.  Senate Bill 1966, authorizes the use of conventional and Class D school buses until they have reached their 18th year of service.  The Commissioner of Safety, through the […]

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Joe R. Duncan filed his petition to run for County Executive last week and likely would have been placed on the ballot.  However, he’s had a change of heart the past couple of days. “I thought about it over the weekend, and I just thought, you know, I’m not up to this,” Duncan said. Duncan […]

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By The Associated Press Former Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer and former Texas A&M coach R.C. Slocum begin a USO tour of the Middle East next week. The tour begins Wednesday and runs through April 17. The tour is part of the USO Celebrity Entertainment Program, aimed at lifting spirits of troops during their deployment. […]

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Southern Appalachia Railway Museum has kicked off its 2014 excursion train schedule in Oak Ridge.  The first ride took place on Saturday, but another is scheduled for April 19th.  Those who purchase tickets will be treated with cuisine found on dining cars of the 30s and 40s.  Reservations in advance are required, and can be […]

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Sexton Ford of Morgan County will be host to Ford’s “Drive 4 UR School” event this Saturday.  The local dealership is looking to raise money in support of the Morgan County High Schools.  For every person that test drives a new Ford vehicle, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 dollars, up to $6,000.  The event […]

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A man was struck by a car Sunday morning around the 400 block of Petit Lane in Wartburg.  The man was transported to the University of Tennessee Medical Center via Lifestar. A house fire was reported Friday evening at 210 Ervin Brown Rd in Sunbright. Burrville, Chestnut Ridge, Deer Lodge and Sunbright Fire Departments responded […]

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