JOHNSON CITY — The last time ETSU was off to a 3-0 start, Tray Boyd III wasn’t born and Bo Hodges was in diapers.
KNOXVILLE — For a team still struggling to find an offensive identity like the Tennessee women’s basketball team, the Lady Vols can’t afford to have a bad night defensively.
CHATTANOOGA — Walters State overcame a single-digit scoring effort in the opening quarter to grind out a 47-42 victory over Chattanooga State in the TCCAA opener at Chattanooga State Community College Wednesday night.
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Lali Luzi Gonzalez Gonzalez and Edy Joel Morales Roblero, of Morristown, announce the birth of a son, Eddy Alexander Morales Gonzalez, born in October 2019 at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. He weighed 6 lbs., 3 oz.
Alexandria P. Hunt and Daniel G. Johnson were married on October 19, 2019.
James E. and Virginia L. Parks Long were married Nov. 1, 1969 at Forrest Hill Baptist Church in Cocke County.
Even a last-minute change to a new debate format didn’t stop Walters State from earning several awards at Middle Tennessee State University’s Naveen “Scott” Pejaver Memorial Forensic Tournament held in Murfreesboro this month.
The iconoic sounds of Hitsville USA will fill the West High auditorium Nov. 15-17 as the combined members of the East and West High advanced choirs bring the songs of Motown to the stage.
A legend among Hamblen County teachers will be honored at the Boys & Girls Club Foundation of Morristown 17th Annual Steak & Burger Dinner Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Glenn E. Starnes, 72, of Bean Station passed away Tuesday, Nov…
Betty Marsh Elkins Snyder, 88 of Morristown passed away Thursd…
The Heavenly Angels took Diane V. Shaver home on Wednesday Nov…
Sharon Faye Parker, 56, of Bulls Gap passed away Tuesday, Nove…
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City officials welcome community to grand opening of park developed on site of historical Morristown College
Java Jive, the popular cabaret style concert series, returns to Rose Center’s Prater Hall on November 22nd featuring Hancock County native, Toby Gibson.
Rose Center to host Smithsonian Institute exhibit