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BLAINE – It’s just after 5 a.m. Blaine Police Chief Tim Wyrick is on the road checking on the town’s businesses and neighborhoods as part of his daily patrol duties.

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RUTLEDGE – Parents of Grainger High School (GHS) students hosted a prom at the Nance House Saturday, August 8. 

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BEAN STATION – A small group of anonymous helpers has been feeding people in the Bean Station and Rutledge communities by serving meals and faith to those in need. 

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Local, homegrown choices are still available despite the challenges presented in 2020 from a worldwide outbreak of COVID-19 which lead to the cancellation of Grainger County’s Tomato Festival.

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Tracey Wolfe

RUTLEDGE – Summer has officially begun and a variety of options are available to Grainger County residents who would like to find local sources of entertainment. 

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RUTLEDGE – Local residents will soon have the opportunity for one-stop shopping for groceries, gifts, home decor, landscaping materials and even vehicle maintenance and repair services without leaving Grainger County. 

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BLAINE – Blaine Veterinary Clinic opened Monday, May 11 and will be offering boarding/grooming, dental services, digital radiography, house calls, in-house diagnostics, routine/major surgery and ultrasound.

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BLAINE – Tommy Gilliland began bee keeping several years ago because, he said, he liked the bees.  

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RUTLEDGE – When it comes to basketball coaching, Grainger County is in a unique situation. Probably nowhere else in the state are the high school programs in the district led by brothers.