Editor’s Note: This is the final story in a three part series stemming from Chamber President Marshall Ramsey’s discussion at the Women in Business Meeting Friday.
Leslie D. Bethea, 30, currently of Surgoinsville, was sentenced to 78 months in federal prison by the Honorable J. Ronnie Greer, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee at Greeneville.
Missing teen’s body found in Greene County
ROGERSVILLE – Cherokee’s Will Price and Colten McLain combined to score all but five of the Chiefs points but the Grainger Grizzlies were able to pick up a 61-55 win on Tuesday in the final district game for both teams.
UNION, SC – No. 2 Walters State swept a doubleheader against USC Union on Tuesday afternoon, taking game one 11-1 and game two 19-4.
Cosby’s unbelievable 67 game district win streak came to an end on Tuesday night as Braelyn Coffey dropped in 29 points to lead Washburn past Cosby, 53-52.
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Local student earns placement on Furman Dean’s List
Getting ready for Valentine’s Day
The controversial third-grade retention law being reconsidered by the Tennessee General Assembly received the attention of the Hawkins County Board of Education.
Ronald Joe Trent, age 77, of Morristown, passed away Tuesday, …
Luther “Benson” Way, age 81, of Morristown, passed away Saturd…
Sam Frank Spoon, age 83, of Morristown, TN went to be with the…
Shirley Johnson (Maw Dalton), age 77, of Morristown, passed aw…
Arts & Entertainment
Viola Davis accepts the award for best audio book, narration, and storytelling recording for “Finding Me: A Memoir” at the 65th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2023, in Los Angeles. Davis becomes the 4th African American to claim EGOT status, which is given to an artist who wins an E…
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.