Johnson City Press Tuesday, July 7, 2015
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Emma reads the JC Press

March 9th, 2015 8:54 am by David and Kathleen Moore

A young reader

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Despite complaints, downtown Kingsport bike lines to stay

Despite complaints, downtown Kingsport bike lines to stay

March 9th, 2015 8:51 am by Matthew Lane, NET News Service

During a major resurfacing project done by the Tennessee Department of Transportation last year, Center Street through downtown Kingsport was reconfigured from four lanes to three, with two being travel lanes and the center a two-way left turn lane.

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Elizabethton's Kayla Marosites chosen as Class AA Miss Basketball

Elizabethton's Kayla Marosites chosen as Class AA Miss Basketball

March 8th, 2015 11:35 pm by Douglas Fritz

The 5-10 junior edged Smith County's Callie Hackett and Christian Academy of Knoxville's Anna Hammaker for the award.

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Big rally not enough for Lady Bucs against Chattanooga

Big rally not enough for Lady Bucs against Chattanooga

March 8th, 2015 10:44 pm by Joe Avento

Chattanooga won the Southern Conference tournament championship with a 61-56 overtime victory over the Bucs on Sunday after ETSU staged a thrilling comeback, erasing a 24-point deficit, to force the extra period.

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Bucs baseball struggles continue against West Virginia

Bucs baseball struggles continue against West Virginia

March 8th, 2015 10:38 pm by Gene Renfro, Press Correspondent

East Tennessee State University tried to take its baseball series finale against West Virginia on Sunday at Thomas Stadium, but the Mountaineers would have no part of it.

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Elizabethton's season is one to remember

Elizabethton's season is one to remember

March 8th, 2015 10:35 pm by Douglas Fritz

Elizabethton had a season full of joy, only to be tested at the end by a refining fire.

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Meet your neighbor: Doctoral student finds challenge in MMA fighting

Meet your neighbor: Doctoral student finds challenge in MMA fighting

March 8th, 2015 9:47 pm by Jessica Fuller

Looks can be deceiving.Angie Dugan may weigh 97 pounds, but that hasn't stopped her from attaining a winning record as a mixed martial arts fighter. Dugan has begun her fourth year of training in as an amateur MMA fighter with three fights under her belt,

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Chasing Snakes 10k course ready for runners - PHOTOS

Chasing Snakes 10k course ready for runners - PHOTOS

March 8th, 2015 9:42 pm by Tony Casey

The Irish blessing "May the road rise up to meet you," is used as a motto for Saturday's annual Johnson City Chasing Snakes 10k road race and anyone familiar with the layout of the course knows it's perfectly fitting.

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Washington College Academy hopes open campus will shine light on 200-plus years of learning

Washington College Academy hopes open campus will shine light on 200-plus years of learning

March 8th, 2015 9:39 pm by Max Hrenda

Although attendance has seen a sharp decline since its inception in the late 1700s, the men and women in charge of the region's oldest institution of higher learning hope to demonstrate its value to the community.

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Textbooks only part of equation when teaching to new standards

Textbooks only part of equation when teaching to new standards

March 8th, 2015 9:36 pm by Nathan Baker

An unfavorable national review of math teaching materials claims many of the most popular publishers don't meet the requirements for the new Common Core State Standards, but Johnson City Schools administrators say textbooks are only part of the equation.

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