Johnson City Press Sunday, November 23, 2014
Education Opinion
Is Science Hill's dress code fair or foul?

Is Science Hill's dress code fair or foul?

July 21st, 2014 9:37 am by Johnson City Press

The new school year will bring tighter enforcement of the student dress code at Science Hill High School.

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Crime
NE Tennessee mom charged with abuse for allegedly beating unruly child

NE Tennessee mom charged with abuse for allegedly beating unruly child

July 21st, 2014 9:12 am by Jeff Bobo, NET News Service

A neighbor reported the alleged abuse.

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News Local News
Speed, alcohol blamed for fatal Kingsport crash

Speed, alcohol blamed for fatal Kingsport crash

July 21st, 2014 9:11 am by Wes Bunch, NET News Service

Police said Bobby Jarrett was traveling east on East Stone Drive when he was struck head-on by a car driven by Samuel G. Huffine.

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Opinion
Stout, Carriger should be our voices in Nashville

Stout, Carriger should be our voices in Nashville

July 21st, 2014 8:54 am by Johnson City Press

Tennessee lawmakers are expected to serve all their constituents --- without prejudice -- regardless of whether they voted for them or not.

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ETSU hopes to insert staff at Northeast's JC, Blountville campuses

ETSU hopes to insert staff at Northeast's JC, Blountville campuses

July 20th, 2014 9:35 pm by Nathan Baker

When the downtown Johnson City campus of Northeast State Community College opens, in January according to the college's timeline, another local higher education institution will have a presence in the renovated space.

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News Community Local News
Small Miracles hoping to corral volunteers

Small Miracles hoping to corral volunteers

July 20th, 2014 9:21 pm by Elizabeth Saulsbury

Encouragement and comfort don't always come from a therapist. Sometimes, they can come from an animal.

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Community Local News
Meet Your Neighbor: Trudy Fann's journey went from Cherokee reservation to post-Soviet Ukraine, beyond

Meet Your Neighbor: Trudy Fann's journey went from Cherokee reservation to post-Soviet Ukraine, beyond

July 20th, 2014 9:11 pm by David Floyd

Trudy Fann grew up on a Cherokee Indian reservation in North Carolina, became a nurse during World War II, worked at the VA hospital at Mountain Home for 30 years, raised five children and took two humanitarian trips to the Ukraine after the fall of the S

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News Local News The Buzz
The Buzz: The weekend's top 10 most viewed and discussed news and sports stories

The Buzz: The weekend's top 10 most viewed and discussed news and sports stories

July 20th, 2014 9:01 pm by Staff Report

Miss something this weekend? Never fear, the Buzz is here to bring you up to speed on the weekend's most discussed - and, at times, controversial - news and sports stories.

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News Regional & National
'Super showing' at Nashville's first LGBT wedding expo

'Super showing' at Nashville's first LGBT wedding expo

July 20th, 2014 8:33 pm by Jamie Page, The Tennessean

Gay and lesbian couples planning wedding ceremonies in Tennessee often spend countless hours tracking down gay-friendly wedding vendors before even considering the details of their big day.

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News Regional & National
$530 million spent at Tenn. national parks in 2013

$530 million spent at Tenn. national parks in 2013

July 20th, 2014 8:30 pm by Associated Press

A report shows more than 8 million people visited Tennessee's national parks last year, spending $530 million in the process.

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