Deidre’ Kyle, director of student success and recruitment at the Walters State Niswonger Campus, is among the 21 faculty and staff members from colleges and universities across Tennessee selected to participate in the 2021-22 Class of the Maxine Smith Fellows program.
- Morristown celebrates second annual Juneteenth celebration at Cherokee Park
- Schofield to speak at Steak & Burger Dinner
- Honor student Addison McGuffin nominated for the Congress of Future Medical Leaders
- Morristown East’s Heather Martin tabbed as Lakeway Softball Coach of the Year
- Noah Smith wins Morristown Little League home run derby
Hidden Treasures Academy will begin a new era July 1 with a new name and a new partnership but the same purpose it had when it began eight years ago.
ALPS Adult Day Services recently received a $1,000 donation from the First Horizon Foundation.
Heather Martin had big shoes to fill heading into the 2021 high school softball season.
Noah Smith of the Marlins captured the championship in the Morristown Little League home run derby competition Friday night at McAmis-Sempkowski Field.
Money flies into Hamblen County when discs fly.
Citizen Tribune Special Publications
MORRISTOWN — Addison McGuffin, a rising freshman from Morristown is a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders on June 26 and 27, 2021
HARROGATE -- Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) has announced that the dean's list for the spring semester of 2021. To be placed on the dean's list, the student must be a full-time undergraduate and have a 3.5 or higher, grade-point average for the semester. The following students from the La…
JOHNSON CITY – Megan Roberts has been named executive director for academic advisement at East Tennessee State University.
Jane Sluder Crosby, 65, of Talbott, TN was born May 28, 1956 i…
Donald Dean Doty, 72, of Whitesburg, went to be with the Lord …
Tippi Lynne Maddox, 47, of Hendersonville, passed away Wednesd…
Fred Thomas “Tommy” Ramsey Jr., 65, of Morristown, passed away…
Arts & Entertainment
Rose Center is Morristown’s signature landmark and the Mountain Makins Festival is its largest event of the year.
Knox Heritage is bringing back its popular Summer Suppers for a limited edition series of events beginning June 19.
There’s a lot to celebrate this year as the annual Fourth of July celebration returns this year at Cherokee Park.