“Guys, we’re behind the eight ball,” Hamblen County Road Superintendent Barry Poole said, “Some of these roads are going to turn to gravel before we can get them fixed.”
A Morristown man who reportedly jumped from a moving vehicle on South Cumberland on May 10 has died from his injuries, according to officials.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars posts in Bulls Gap and Church Hill received some good news from the Hawkins County Commission Monday night.
PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee – Ripken Baseball, the leader in youth sports events, announced they are gaining access to four additional fields in the City of Pigeon Forge. As one of the most sought-after youth sports complexes in the country, Ripken Experience Pigeon Forge will be able to host te…
Jessie Ramos' time at Morristown West wrapped up last Friday at graduation but his cross country and academic careers will continue here in town.
There’s good baseball seasons. And then there’s seasons like the one Tanner Franklin had this year.
Citizen Tribune Special Publications
The Walters State Community College Spring Commencement celebrated the completion of 698 certificates and degrees. Please note that actual degrees and certificates are contingent upon the successful completion of coursework in spring semester and, in some cases, summer coursework.
SNHU Announces Winter 2022
Tusculum University is hosting multiple summer camps, some of which will be available twice, that will provide children of all ages an opportunity to grow their skills and absorb the collegiate atmosphere.
Salvador Victor Steinberg, age 59, of Bean Station, passed awa…
Byron Browder Wilde, age 56, passed away peacefully, surrounde…
Freddy Shoemaker, age 47, of Morristown, passed away on Sunday…
Linda Faye Helton Trent, age 55, of Evansville, IN, formerly, …
Arts & Entertainment
JOHNSON CITY – ETSU Martin Center for the Arts presents John Hiatt & the Goners featuring Sonny Landreth live on Tuesday, August 16. A master lyricist and satirical storyteller, John Hiatt delivers songs filled with tales of redemption, relationships and surrendering on his own terms.
While most East Tennesseans are thinking about strawberries and roses, folks at Rose Center have pumpkins and mums on their minds as they prepare for the long-awaited 45th Mountain Makins Festival.
Strawberry Festival returns