Last year, the leaders at Wears Valley Ranch in Sevierville had an idea to host a retreat where community leaders from all over East Tennessee came together to press the pause button for one day, called “One Fine Day.”
Healthy Hamblen will continue its mission of providing healthier living options for the county as Walk Across Hamblen returns.
Monday, Senate Speaker Pro Tempore Ferrell Haile, R-Gallatin, and House Republican Caucus Chairman Jeremy Faison, R-Cosby, led the Adoption and Foster Care Caucus meeting where lawmakers announced legislation aimed at making adoption and foster care easier, cheaper and faster in Tennessee.
When making his college decision, Ryan Adams knew he wanted to stay close to home.
Nolan Bissell almost quit playing football after his freshman season at Jefferson County.
It’s very rare in high school football that you get a player who makes a difference all four years he’s at the school.
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The controversial third-grade retention law being reconsidered by the Tennessee General Assembly received the attention of the Hawkins County Board of Education.
Walters State Community College will host four showings of “An Extraordinary Man: Dr. Dennis Branch of Newport Tennessee.” The film was produced by the late Dr. Marc McClure, a history professor at the college.
Kayla Wright is a ground breaker.
Mr. Erik J. Anderson of Morristown, age 45, died suddenly on J…
David Walter Ferrier, age 80, of Morristown, entered into the …
Jean Alvin Foster, age 85, of Morristown and Canon City, Color…
Owen Maloney, 99, of Mt. Airy, NC, 81, passed away, Monday, Ja…
Arts & Entertainment
Encore Theatrical Company’s (ETC) Young Stars have returned from the National Junior Theatre Festival in Atlanta, Georgia and are back at work with two upcoming performances.
Music has just been added to the 14th annual “Mildred Haun Conference: A Celebration of Appalachian Literature, Culture and Scholarship” planned for the Walters State Morristown Campus Feb. 3-4.
Dogwood Arts is thrilled to announce the lineup for the 2023 Southern Skies Music Festival, curated by hometown favorites The Dirty Guv’nahs, returning to World’s Fair Park on Saturday, May 20th and Sunday, May 21, 2023.