WECO This Week

Trade Time Podcast From Tuesday, June 22, 2021

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Join host Goose Lindsay for Trade Time each weekday morning at 10:30 am on 101.3 FM / AM 940 / 95.5 FM. If you have items to buy, sell, or trade, call 423-346-6300 or toll free 1-888-882-1013. Trade Time 6-22 1940 Chevy...

Hoppers coming to Jamestown

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Free concert set for Saturday https://soundcloud.com/weco-radio/3000-08news-08-6-9

Crossville Speedway prepares for big night of racing

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Thunder in the Mountains $2,500-to-win special event set for Friday https://soundcloud.com/weco-radio/3001mary-brown

Fleischmann speaks with WECO during visit to Morgan County

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https://soundcloud.com/weco-radio/chuck-flesichmann

Two facing contraband charges at MCCX

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An attempt to introduce a significant amount of contraband into the Morgan County Correctional Complex (MCCX) was thwarted this weekend. Officers at the facility were able to intercept a total of sixteen (16) packages wrapped in black electrical tape,...

Schwinn enjoys MCCTC visit

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Education Commissioner says state dedicated to vocational training https://soundcloud.com/weco-radio/3000-08news-08-5-18

Tennessee Mountain Laurel festival kicks off this evening

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Pet Parade begins at 6 p.m. https://soundcloud.com/weco-radio/3000-12news-12-5-19

Man faces 20 charges following burglaries, high speed chase

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A 35-year-old Morgan County man, Derrick Allen Brooks, was arrested Sunday night and faces a total of 20 charges related to an alleged string of weekend burglaries and a high speed chase in the Coalfield area. According to a Morgan...

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day set for Saturday

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Interview with Roane County Drug Coalition's Nathan Wray https://soundcloud.com/weco-radio/nathan-wray

Coal Hill standoff sends one to hospital with gunshot wound

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By Goose LindsayWECO RadioA Morgan County man, 22-year-old Paul Crass, was injured in a shooting involving law enforcement Sunday afternoon at a residence on Coal Hill Road.“It’s my understanding that at 4:45 or 5 o’clock this evening officers were...