Braving single-digit wind chills, members of the Oak Ridge Track Club and friends had an hour-long trail run at Haw Ridge to start off 2018 on New Year’s morning.
Information from WYSH Radio
Most government buildings at the county and municipal levels will be closed Friday, December 23, and Monday December 26, for the Christmas holiday.
That includes Clinton City Hall, the Anderson County Courthouse, Rocky Top City Hall, and the Oak Ridge Municipal Building.
Many of those buildings will also be closed on Monday, January 2, 2017, for the New Year’s holiday as well.
A Jan. 16 seminar at the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce will feature a fitness director who will discuss ways to keep health and wellness resolutions in the new year.
“Every year, millions of Americans make the New Year’s resolutions: increase physical activity, lose weight, eat better, etc.,” a press release said. “Unfortunately, after a few months of the new year, many of those Americans find themselves back into the old habits, and the New Year’s resolutions are done.”
During the seminar, Take Charge Fitness Director Anna Dark will “map out” how people can keep their resolutions and meet their wellness goals, the release said.
By Pat Fain and Leslie Agron
In this column, we offer our New Year’s resolutions.
Most New Year’s resolutions are known more their breach than honoring. As we have dared to insert ourselves into the public dialogue for the past eight months, without invitation or expectation of embracement, we again dare the whimsical and promise to really try to keep the following resolutions as guest columnists: