Kelley Marie Chic Boutique Fall Fashion Show benefits Rose Center.
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- Grainger starts second half of season on high note; eases past Union County
- Bolton leads Claiborne to win over Thomas Walker
- No. 11 Tennessee holds off late Florida comeback; improves to 4-0
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Healthstar Physicians is hosting a free health fair On Oct. 6, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the main Healthstar Building located at 420 West Morris Blvd in Morristown.
The Hamblen County Commission voted to approve several appointment and nominations at its meeting Thursday evening.
Coming off back-to-back tough losses, Morristown West got just what the doctor ordered on Friday night.
MAYNARDVILLE – Grainger head coach Michael Manis said last week that he wanted his team to go 5-0 in the remaining games of the second half of the regular season with a push towards the playoffs.
EWING, Va. – Claiborne ventured into the Old Dominion on Friday and came out a winner as they defeated Thomas Walker (Va.) 36-28.
Citizen Tribune Special Publications
Three Lakeway Area teachers have been selected to the 2022-23 Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation Educator Advisory Council.
Hillcrest Elementary was named a Reward School by the Tennessee Department of Education.
Editor’s Note: This is part of an ongoing series on the Tennessee schools and district designation.
Jean Hicks Manis, 83, of Morristown passed away Monday, Septem…
Emma Ann Wilson, age 79, of Russellville, passed away Monday, …
Dorothy Jean Flynn Grogan, 89, of Morristown, Tennessee got he…
Stanley Thomas Johnson, age 82, went to heaven Wednesday, Sept…
Arts & Entertainment
Ahead of his concert Oct. 1 at Fulton-Hill Park, Hayden Coffman took time to greet Morristown fans Wednesday afternoon.
Deb Miksa strikes a pose at the annual Kelley Marie Fall Fashion Show held Thursday night at the Rose Center. For more coverage, see Sunday’s edition of the Citizen Tribune or go online to www.citizentribune.com.
The City of Morristown Parks and Recreation Department held its Touch-A-Truck event Tuesday afternoon.