An integral member of the Citizen Tribune’s early years died Thursday in Lebanon, Missouri.
The Ministerial Association Temporary Shelter is commissioned by the Hamblen County Mayor’s Office to conduct the annual Point-in-Time Count of homeless individuals.
A Bulls Gap man died in a head-on crash on East Andrew Johnson Highway early Saturday morning.
NEWBERRY, S.C. — Rolling out a new starting five for the first time since November, Carson-Newman’s starters went 24-for-49 from the field scoring 72 points in a 78-59 road victory at Eleazer Arena against Newberry Saturday in South Atlantic Conference play.
JOHNSON CITY — The ETSU women’s basketball team took a heavy defeat on Saturday afternoon, falling to Wofford in a 76-47 defeat in Brooks Gym in Southern Conference play.
Citizen Tribune Special Publications
Kennedy Faith Lane became the bride of Isaac Edward Mayes on Friday, July12, 2019 at Peace Free Will Baptist Church.
The family of W.H. “Dub” Warner wishes him a happy 90th birthday on Jan. 13, with blessings of many more years to come.
Dawn Sharee and Nicholas Lee Brogden, of Bean Station, announce the birth of a son, Jeston Solomon Brogden, born Dec. 14, 2019 at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. He weighed 7 lbs., 2 oz. Jeston is the brother of Layla Sizemore, Axton, Brogden, Gannan Brogden and Hannah Brogden, and the…
FAFSA deadline approaching; available scholarships posted for Trojans
Congratulations to the Hamblen County school-level teachers of the year.
Geraldine ‘Gerri’ Gilbert Brown, 80, of Mohawk went to be with…
Clarence “Tommy” Crawford, Jr., age 84, of Morristown, passed …
Ronald Gene Schauinger Jr., 59, of Bean Station passed away su…
Buster Purkey, 90, of Mosheim passed away Thursday, January 16…
Arts & Entertainment
Despite consistent rain and chilly temperatures outside in White Pine on Saturday, the weather was dry and warm inside the Smoky Mountain Expo Center for the seventh-annual 2020 Winter Angel Expo, presented by the Hamblen County Car Club.
On March 28, the Watauga Valley Railroad Historical Society and Museum will sponsor its Spring Excursion, a ride on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad through the mountains and countryside of western North Carolina from Dillsboro through Bryson City and the Nantahala Gorge.
Things rarely go as planned in theatre. Sometimes they exceed expectations.