DEAR ABBY: My daughter and her boyfriend have been together for four years. Despite being almost 30, he is very immature and constantly distracted by either his phone or his video games.
“They came with their parents.”
Hillary’s friends, formerly in high places, have no one to blame but themselves for this outcome, not that they aren’t trying.
Now it’s time fro the state to consider adding lanes to I-26 through Johnson City. Time and time again, city leaders have asked the state to add as many as four new lanes in some sections of I-26. TDOT officials have said traffic counts show additional lanes are not needed. State and local officials have also estimated the project could cost as much as $200 million.
It’s a privilege to write for Community Voices where my underdog liberal perspective gets a chance. Occasional letters to the Forum was easy, but participation in a regular column with a picture (which I tried to bargain away) was daunting.
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We asked you with Monday’s Question of the Week to let us know your thoughts on a proposal to move East Tennessee State University fraternities from off-campus houses to on-campus accommodations. Here are some of your responses.
You, too, can take your best shot on a digital camera and send it to the Johnson City Press. The best of the best will be published in upcoming editions and in our online photo galleries here on JohnsonCityPress.com.
ELIZABETHTON — It would be hard to script a more exciting high school basketball game.
A picture is usually worth 1,000 words, but this one has a value of a staggering 3,734 victories.
FRANKLIN — Just call it championship Saturday for several local wrestlers.
GRAY— Saturday at the District 1-A basketball tournament turned into a surprise party in both brackets.
An idea to consolidate Boones Creek and Jonesborough K-8 students under one roof raised a lot of questions for two Washington County Board of Education members in response to comments by county mayor Dan Eldridge at a Budget Committee meeting last week.
In 2013, David Tomita became the first person to serve on the Washington County Commission and Johnson City Commission simultaneously.
Local high school students have been preparing since November to make their case in the George Jaynes Justice Center in Jonesborough.
Forget "Lightning McQueen." How about Lightning Marae?