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The 13-year criminal career of Hamblen County crystal-meth dealer Luis Daniel “Donnie” Martinez Patino passed a milestone Monday afternoon when he was sentenced to 140 months in federal prison, according to court documents.

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Editor’s Note: This is the first of an ongoing series in partnership with the Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce showcasing local businesses. The Chamber Business Showcase is an annual event that is being taken online this year due to the pandemic. For more, go online to www.citizentribune.…

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An East Hamblen County man has been charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm for allegedly possessing a 9mm handgun long enough to blow approximately eight holes in a Dodge Durango that belongs to the mother of his children, according to an investigator.

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Anna Ladd and Jenkins Pridgen, of Talbott, announce the birth of a daughter, Mila Jo Pridgen, born Aug. 31, 2020 at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. She weighed 5 lbs., 1 oz. She is the sister of Mariah and Kinslie Pridgen, and the granddaughter of Mike and Karen Ladd, and Betty Jo Pridgen.

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A drop-in baby shower was held July 19 for first-time parents Katey (Hopkins) and Daniel Rossie of Maryville at the home of Aundrea Hopkins in Talbott.

Education

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The coastal waters of North Carolina are the final resting place for more than 600 shipwrecks, spanning from the Spanish Fleet of the 1500s to more recent disasters. It is a fascinating place to scuba dive because you can explore so many of these wrecks in relatively shallow water. We had pl…

Obituaries

Lorene Mills, 78, of Jefferson City, passed away peacefully Su…

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Johnathan Hall, 38, of White Pine, passed away Monday, October…

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Arthur Ogle Mull Sr., 90 went home to be with his Lord and reu…

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The Rose Center Board of Directors announces the cancellation of this year’s Mountain Makins Festival, due to the current COVID-19 health crisis.

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Each September, we raise awareness of the dangers of rabies through World Rabies Day. Read more