“As we celebrate the selfless and untiring performances of the healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, it brings to mind the military medics, doctors and nurses who sacrificed their lives while treating others on the battlefield.” — American Legion National Commander Bill Oxford.
Mickey Kiser is selling military history all the way from the American Revolution to present day. He’s doing it from 219 E. Center Street in downtown Kingsport.
This pandemic is for a limited time, part of His plan for our lives, and He is in control.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began to affect the region in late March, the wedding industry has taken a huge hit as couples either postpone their ceremonies or cancel completely.
God has given this miracle called life and has placed it in our hands.
Some recreation, trail and day-use sites in the Jefferson National Forest will open for the Memorial Day weekend.
“Fill my cup, Lord. I lift it up, Lord.” Songwriter Richard Blanchard, Sr., popularized these lines in the 1970s and they still echo true many years later.
The latest on schedule changes, local decisions and other updates related to COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia
Unique circumstances require unique solutions. Seniors at Sullivan Central High School took another ride on the Class of 2020's unique road to graduation Friday, driving through campus to pick up their diplomas, cords, awards and other graduation
According to a January 2018 article on SouthernLiving.com, by Pam Lolley, a recipe for Hummingbird Cake “was first submitted to Southern Living in 1978 by Mrs. L.H. Wiggins of Greensboro, North Carolina.”
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, programs will be limited to 10 people (one Ranger leader and nine participants). Some activities will require preregistration, while others will be repeated for groups of nine at a time.
Sullivan County’s Ketron Elementary School had a drive-through event to present report cards, personal items and even some plants to students.
The referendum would have asked voters to approve increasing the local option sales tax rate to 2.75% across the county (for a total sales tax of 9.75%, including the state’s 7% sales tax).
The grant awards total $98,650, with $56,000 going to Virginia companies and $42,650 going to companies in Northeast Tennessee. In all, 22 businesses were awarded a grant.
While progress continues on major improvements at Church Hill’s Derrick Park, the development of a new 65-acre park off Holliston Mills Road will be delayed until the city finds a better option for crossing the railroad tracks onto the property.