Newly appointed Hamblen County Trustee Scotty Long has been approved for a $2.8 million insurance bond, according to the county’s mayor, Bill Brittain, who presented the information to the county commission’s finance committee.
A former Hamblen County married couple, Christopher Oakes and Kristy LeMarr Oakes, headed an $8.24 million insurance-fraud scheme in South Carolina, but will escape jail time altogether. The Oakes were released on an unsecured bond on Jan. 4, the same day they were arraigned in federal court…
Elderly Cocke County man reported missing
When the Morristown West boys basketball team takes the court on Nov. 19 to begin their season against Grainger, those in the gym will be greeted with a completely different team than last year’s Trojan squad that made the Region 1-AAA Quarterfinals.
RUTLEDGE — The 2019-20 edition of the Grainger Grizzlies will be a young one as they only return six upperclassmen but head coach Adam Wolfenbarger says he still sees a lot of potential in his team.
No team had a better month to end the regular season than Morristown East and their defensive resurgence, led by Citizen Tribune All-Lakeway Area Defensive Player of the Year C.J. Livesay, was the driving force behind it.
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Lali Luzi Gonzalez Gonzalez and Edy Joel Morales Roblero, of Morristown, announce the birth of a son, Eddy Alexander Morales Gonzalez, born in October 2019 at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. He weighed 6 lbs., 3 oz.
Alexandria P. Hunt and Daniel G. Johnson were married on October 19, 2019.
James E. and Virginia L. Parks Long were married Nov. 1, 1969 at Forrest Hill Baptist Church in Cocke County.
William “Bill” Woods, 78, of Morristown, passed away Sunday, N…
Carroll Jean Acker, 86, of Morristown, passed away Saturday, N…
Tommie Sue Smallman, 76, passed away Saturday, November 16, 20…
Joyce McBride Collins-Trent, 81, of Rogersville, passed away S…
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Heritage Park is the former site of Morristown College, a college which served the African-American community of Hamblen County and East Tennessee for more than a hundred years.
A crisp beautiful fall day with sunshine greeted the newest park for Morristown Saturday as festivities lasted all day long to celebrate the city’s latest accomplishment - the opening of Heritage Park.