With a goal of $100,000, this year’s Citizen Tribune Holiday Hope Fund is not only an effort of need, but also of numbers.
Nine players found the scoresheet for Walters State on Saturday against Southwest Tennessee and that was enough as the Senators held off a late charge by the Saluqis to win their third straight TCCAA game, 81-68.
It’s early in the season, but Morristown West has already had to deal with multiple different scenarios that will only help them in the long run.
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We had a great first week back from Thanksgiving! This past Thursday was the start of the end of course testing for students. End of course testing in Biology and US History classes will be this week.
JOHNSON CITY – Master’s degree student Joseph Headrick won East Tennessee State University’s recent 2022 3 Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition with a presentation on “Salicylic Acid Inhibits Desiccation Survival of Salmonella Typhimurium.”
The entertainment lasted longer than the actual meeting Thursday night as the Hawkins County Board of Education held its final meeting before the Christmas holidays.
Michael Stuart Warner, 66, passed away November 29, 2022, at h…
Bridgett Nichole Vaughn, age 27, of Mooresburg, went to be wit…
Teresa Ann Riccardi, age 70, of Talbott, passed away Friday, D…
Jimmy Darrell Mullins, age 72, of Mooresburg, formerly of Burd…
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Save for a little bit of winds and clouds, the weather was sunny and perfect for the annual Rogersville Christmas Parade held Saturday in downtown Rogersville.
Santa Claus came to Morristown early this year at the Downtown Morristown Christmas Parade Thursday night.
Downtown Morristown is dressed and ready for the city’s annual Christmas Parade that will step off at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1 from the intersection of Hamilton Avenue and West Main Street across from the Morristown-Hamblen Library. The parade will follow the traditional route through down…