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July 23, 2017

Sports

Grainger Grizzly Football Camp scheduled

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent RUTLEDGE – The Grainger High School Grizzly Football Camp, for rising kindergarten to rising eighth-graders will be held next Tuesday, July 11 and Thursday, July 13, from 6 until 8 p.m. both days. “We’re excited about doing the camp again,” said Grizzly head coach Chad Tate. “We had a big

GT in Gatlinburg

On a recent visit to Gatlinburg, Thorn Hill resident, Robert Lacko, along with New York visitors, Randy and Janet Simeon, brought along Grainger County’s favorite newspaper, Grainger Today. Share your opinions and comments with the editor. Send your Letter to the Editor now.

GT in Richmond

Al and Joyce Daugherty, who recently visited the capital in Richmond, Virginia, stand with a statue of Robert E. Lee and Grainger County’s favorite newspaper, Grainger Today. This was their final stop on a Knoxville Tour that included the lighthouses on the Outer Banks and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina and the Naval Station Norfolk in

Softball All Stars

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Minor League All Stars

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Washburn Seniors

The Washburn Seniors took a field trip to Cumberland Gap recently to revel in the history and beauty of the area. Share your opinions and comments with the editor. Send your Letter to the Editor now.

Undefeated Rutledge Aftershock advances to state tournament

Elmer Smith Grainger Today Correspondent NEW TAZEWELL– After an undefeated regular season, the Rutledge Aftershock 11 to 12-year-old softball team advanced to the Tennessee Major League District 6 championships that were played at Claiborne High School last week. In their double elimination match with Tazewell, the Aftershock pounded Tazewell 20-6 and 21-8 to advance to

Zach Long named All-American in 5K run

Elmer Smith  Grainger Today Correspondent  EUGENE, OREGON – “It was unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before,” said University of Tennessee sophomore runner and Grainger County native Zach Long, who earned second team All-American honors for his 12th-place finish in the 5,000-meter run in the NCAA track and field championships held at the University of Oregon’s

Grizzly Basketball Camp

The ninth annual Grizzly boys basketball camp was held Wednesday, June 7 through Friday, June 9 at the Grainger High School gym. Each camper was given instruction during the week to develop fundamentals for future competitive growth, with more time devoted to fundamental drills than in the past years. Campers competed in contests to measure

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