Local News

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The Tennessee Board of Regents descended on Greeneville Thursday at the Walters State Community College Niswonger Campus for its quarterly meeting that is a two-day event.

Local Sports

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JEFFERSON CITY — Morristown East’s girls golf team finished first while the boys placed second in a tri-match against Jefferson County and Cocke County at Patriot Hills Golf Club.

Announcements

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Rochelle and Chris Baxley, of Bulls Gap, announce the birth of a son, Amos Lynn Baxley, born Aug. 7, 2019 at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. He weighed 7 lbs., 10 oz. Amos is the brother of Abel Stone Baxley, and the grandson of Alvin and Melissa Baxley, and Robert and Sherry Martin.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee (Bob and Gwen) Cates celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, Aug. 30, 2019. The couple was honored at a reception the next day hosted by Brock and Kathy Henry at Talbott Baptist Church.

Education

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The Tennessee Board of Regents descended on Greeneville Thursday at the Walters State Community College Niswonger Campus for its quarterly meeting that is a two-day event.

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Mosheim Mayor Tommy Gregg, left, presents a donation check to the Tennessee College of Technology electrician program for the electrical work done by TCAT students on the Town of Mosheim’s new maintenance shop. Gregg attended this electrician school in the 1970s. Accepting the check is TCAT …

Obituaries

Louise L. Jones, 96, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, Sep…

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Bernard Lee Hall, 68, of Russellville went to be with the Lord…

Kermit Seals, 76, of Morristown passed away Friday, Sept. 20, …

Arts & Entertainment

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The ConAgra Foods Foundation Core Group, along with partners and friends, is inviting the community to attend a fundraiser to benefit The Hope Project of Cocke County.