The Board of Directors of Rose Center & Council for the Arts announced Friday the postponement of the annual Mountain Makins Festival for the second time.
Update: Dan Neely has been found safe, according to the MPD.
Missing teen found safe and Touch a Truck rescheduled to Thursday.
SEVIERVILLE – Morristown East wasn’t able to carry over momentum from last week’s close contest with Morristown West as they fell on Thursday night to Sevier County, 5-0.
HARRIMAN, TN – Following an early season loss to Roane State, Walters State volleyball coach Megan Blaylock said her team needed to learn how to fight and close out matches.
After the first two sets Thursday night at Michael R. Reed Gymnasium, it looked as though Morristown East’s chances of a perfect district volleyball season were practically non-existent as cross-town rival West had dominated both sets, winning each by 25-13.
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OSHA Classes are among the courses offered by Walters State’s Office of Workforce Training in October. For more information, contact Kellie Hendrix at 423-798-7988 or Kellie.Hendrix@ws.edu.
Cadet Hayden Sinnamon, a senior at Grainger High School, was presented the JROTC Award by the Samuel Doak Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Sept. 6.
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Individuals who would like to join East Tennessee State University’s world-class team of paleontologists exploring the ancient history of East Tennessee are invited to volunteer this fall at the Gray Fossil Site and Museum.
On a beautiful late summer/early fall day, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. hosted the 14th annual “Arts in the Park” event Saturday.
The works of Michael Giles are featured through Oct. 4 at Walters State’s Morristown campus. The exhibit is located in the Catron Gallery inside the R. Jack Fishman Library.