Three Lakeway Area nurses were disciplined by the Tennessee Board of Nursing.
The best option for the city of Morristown to improve its emergency communication network would be a combination of transferring to the state system, while also transitioning to LTE Broadband/WiFi radios for first responders, a consultant said.
Members of the Cocke County Partnership/Economic Development Commission, meeting Thursday, were updated on economic development prospects in the community.
The 2021 TSSAA Division II-A Miss Basketball award winner, Jordaynia Ivia, will continue her academics and athletic career at the next level after signing her National Letter of Intent on Thursday.
Luke Estes of Lakeway Christian Academy’s wrestling program always had one goal in mind.
Walters State struggled in the circle and at the plate on Thursday afternoon as they fell twice to Chattanooga State, 19-5 and 13-0.
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Carson-Newman University announced that Jessica Borchert and Miguel Flores are recipients of the 2021 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award. The recognition is the highest honor the university presents to students.
With capital projects and stimulus money on the horizon, the Hamblen County Board of Education continued on Tuesday night to work determine the path the school system will take in the near future.
“It’s been said that Indoor Percussion is the largest unknown activity in the world,” said LCA Band Director Rhett Butler, “Because there are thousands of people that do this every year and compete, and nobody knows about it.”
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Spring has sprung and people are pedaling.
The Morristown City Council provided a slew of good news Tuesday about upcoming events and projects upcoming and underway.
The Tennessee Arts Commission and Clean Water Expected in East Tennessee will sponsor "Art: A Drive by Gallery," 1 – 5 p.m. each Saturday, April 10 and April 17.