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With the 2018 football season a done deal for Tri-Cities teams, it’s time to take a look back at the things we liked.
KINGSPORT — The company set to be hired by Kingsport City Schools for a nearly $1 million project to replace artificial turf at Dobyns-Bennett has been hit with numerous multimillion-dollar lawsuits alleging that products installed eight to 10 years ago did not perform as promised and warrantied.
Kingsport school system leaders have unanimously approved spending just short of $1 million to replace the more than 10-year-old year-old artificial turf at J. Fred Johnson Stadium at Dobyns-Benentt High School. The turf covers both the football and baseball field used by the Indians, as well as turf for an indoor baseball practice facility on the site.
In a season of removing the “unprecedented” tag from many things, David Crockett faces face another chance at a first. The Pioneers, like other area football teams, have never taken down a Knoxville power in the postseason.
David Price proved his postseason mettle, Steve Pearce homered twice and the Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 on Sunday to finish off a one-sided World Series in five games.
City leaders held a joint meeting this week to recap and discuss the future of the One Kingsport initiative, with two new ideas coming to the forefront: the renovation of the State Theater and the construction of a new minor league baseball stadium downtown.
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