Y‑12 firefighters recently helped with the Sevier County wildfires.
With 34 years as a security police officer with the Y‑12 Protective Force, Rusty Chambers, 59, could have retired.
For two women who represented Pantex and Y‑12 at the U.S. WIN conference in July, the organization lives up to its acronym.
Picture the brightest lamp in your house — let’s assume it uses a 100 watt bulb — and think of the amount of heat it gives off if you hold your...
CNS donated funds to support development and operation of the Helen Ross McNabb Military Services Facility.
More than 700 fourth- through eighth-grade students participated at industries and businesses across Anderson County.
When young people are presented with a new technological device, they typically light up with excitement.
UPF began using the MyZone proximity detection system to eliminate incidents between people and equipment.
She remembers feeling strange — dizzy, with a severe headache. No, she didn’t need to go to medical, she told her coworker; it would pass....
CNS once again has two employees participating in the Sandia National Laboratories Weapon Intern Program.
Y-12 firefighters joined others from across the state to honor the men and women who died doing their jobs on 9/11.
Not one member of the crew that operates Y-12’s high-voltage Elza Switchyard has been injured at work in 15 years.