Kingsport’s Bill Argabrite has never been to the Golf World Hall of Fame, but he’s in it — in a photo as a member of the 1975 Wake Forest national championship team.
Local (or local-ish) candidates seeking federal office this year have managed, incredibly, to all sing the exact same tune and still offer no substance.
The Raiders scored 12 runs in the third and fourth innings to take a 15-10 win over The Boro in East Tennessee Summer Baseball League action Tuesday at Northeast Community Credit Union Field.
Owens said the dollar amount of delinquent taxes discussed in the June meeting was incorrect, adding that her department uses every available means to collect taxes.
More people across the country read a weekend newspaper than watch any given Super Bowl.
Tennessee hit another 1,000-plus COVID-19 case increase Tuesday, while far Southwest Virginia saw no change.
Adjusted schedules for fall sports at Emory & Henry are not yet complete, but the school plans for them to be fully loaded when finalized, the college’s sports information director said Monday.
The news conference is 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the health and education building in Blountville.
Five of the 16 Republican candidates on the ballot in the 1st Congressional District August GOP Primary election pitched their campaigns to a Republicans of Kingsport luncheon on Monday.
Tennessee average of $1.94 is about a penny less than a week ago, AAA reported. The national gas price average increased just 1 cent to $2.18 on the week, despite a dip in U.S. demand for gasoline and gasoline stocks increasing by 1 million barrels.
If the TSSAA Board of Control selects football season Option No. 1 or No. 2 on Wednesday, it could produce a Wild West scenario of teams scrambling to secure non-region games that benefit their programs financially.
Last week, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee made it possible for county mayors across the state to decide whether face masks will be mandated for use in each particular county.
As we head through stormy and rough seas in life, we can draw strength from God, which will help us to survive the moment as well as build confidence to face the next troubling time.
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Six Dobyns-Bennett High School graduates will be added to the Hall of Fame in a ceremony Oct. 17, including a former football coach, former city manager and former Eastman Chemical Company official.