CLEVELAND — Corey Kluber got the Cleveland Indians off to a great start and Roberto Perez finished off the Chicago Cubs in their first World Series game since 1945.
Almost any big meal could use a green salad to round things out (and balance the heavier items on the table). But not just any old pile of lettuce.
Many of the signature dishes of Hanukkah involve either cheese or frying in oil — or both! Since I like to have it all, I created these fried sweet cheese and almond dumplings featuring both ingredients. Happily, they are easy to make and require
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In my freshman year of college, I was on the cross-country team. Although I enjoyed running, I wasn’t too fond of racing, and I freely admit that I was in over my head.
I support our wise governor in his “Dump Trump” campaign. Donald Trump is totally unqualified and is hurting the Republican Party.
The newest sexually transmitted diseases rate numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are out. And they’re not good for Tennessee or the U.S.
ELIZABETHTON — The traveling exhibition of the Tennessee Watercolor Society will be at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area for the Nov. 13 meeting of the Watauga Valley Art
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With a chance to earn some time off, the East Tennessee State University soccer team closed out its home schedule in style.
Elizabethton's move to Class 4A in football looks quite different now.
After 14 years at the helm of the United Way of Way of Washington County, Lester Lattany is set to retire on Dec. 31.
ELIZABETHTON — Students of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Elizabethton are continuing the live work program that has saved the city of Elizabethton over $100,000 in labor costs over the years.
ROAN MOUNTAIN — The oldest annual state park running tour will hold a race in Roan Mountain on Nov. 5. This is the 38th
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ELIZABETHTON — One of the hottest elections in town is not at the election office. The Elizabethton/Carter County Public Library is conducting its own contest for president.
With a 4-2 vote, the Johnson City Power Board voted to officially become an energy authority on Tuesday during its monthly meeting.