On this episode of the Citizen Tribune Sports Podcast, Rob and Dylan recap the Morristown East-West games. They also preview the highly anticipated Grainger-Greeneville matchups as well as introduce a new segment: the Lakeway Area Big Three of The Week.
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- Around the State
- Blinken to meet with senior Russian as Ukraine tensions soar
- Goldberg Kohn Names David Chizewer as Chair of Litigation Practice Group
- Kohl’s Comments on Macellum’s Statement and Reaffirms Strategic Progress
- ADDING MULTIMEDIA Signature Aviation Appoints Michael Friisdahl as Executive Chairman and Tony Lefebvre as Chief Executive Officer
- Road crews battle ice and snow
- Everbridge beauftragt Stefica Divkovic mit der Leitung des Unternehmenswachstums in Europa, dem Nahen Osten und Afrika (EMEA)
- US plans $50B wildfire fight where forests meet suburbia
Regional Area Events
- Gospel great Kyla Rowland dies
- Perry: School system struggling to find subs and supply cafeterias
- Bean Station man accused of shooting parents
- Wampler hits buzzer beater as East tops West Ridge
- Update: Streets reopened following crash on S. Cumberland and Lincoln
- Kyla Faye Rowland
- Dr. John Anthony Short
- Haywood resigns as Lakeway Christian football coach
- Snowfall accumulation not expected until Sunday night, forecasters say
- School closures and delays