Johnson City Press Thursday, July 2, 2015
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Heritage: Local resident captures history in 13,000 photographs

Heritage: Local resident captures history in 13,000 photographs

January 4th, 2015 9:06 pm by Jessica Fuller

A step into 86-year-old Elaine Cantrell's house is a step back in history. The home itself is over 100 years old, and Cantrell fills it with history in the form of her photographs.More than 13,000 photographs.

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News Local News ETSU
Meet Your Neighbor:  After 34 years of working at ETSU, Lee Morrow looks to be director of football operations

Meet Your Neighbor: After 34 years of working at ETSU, Lee Morrow looks to be director of football operations

January 4th, 2015 9:01 pm by Joe Avento

Lee Morrow has been at East Tennessee State University for so long, it's easy to think he's seen it all.

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News Local News Erwin
Bojangles, Taco Bell to join table in Erwin

Bojangles, Taco Bell to join table in Erwin

January 4th, 2015 8:52 pm by Brad Hicks

Two popular chain restaurants are slated to soon open their doors along Second Street in the town of Erwin, and these restaurants will be topics of discussion at an upcoming meeting of the town's planning commission and board of zoning appeals.

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Sports ETSU Sports
Bucs ready to face more 94-foot defense

Bucs ready to face more 94-foot defense

January 4th, 2015 7:54 pm by Joe Avento

Bartow's East Tennessee State basketball team plays at Samford, and it will be the fifth time in the last six games the opponent will come at the Bucs with full-court pressure.

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News Regional & National
I-81 crash kills two in Kingsport

I-81 crash kills two in Kingsport

January 4th, 2015 3:13 pm by NET NEWS SERVICE

Kingsport police are investigating a fiery Saturday night crash that resulted in two deaths along Interstate 81.

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Thousands of residents in dark Sunday morning after JCPB outage

Thousands of residents in dark Sunday morning after JCPB outage

January 4th, 2015 3:07 pm by Staff Report

More than 19,000 residents found themselves in the dark this morning due to a breaker operation in one of Johnson City Power Board's largest substations.

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Update: Johnson City man arrested after altercation with gun near local restaurant, JCPD officers say

Update: Johnson City man arrested after altercation with gun near local restaurant, JCPD officers say

January 4th, 2015 2:32 pm by Staff Report

Police said an altercation near a downtown lounge resulted in multiple felony charges for a Johnson City man.

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Sports NASCAR/Racing
Scalf recalls tenure at BMS in new book

Scalf recalls tenure at BMS in new book

January 3rd, 2015 10:02 pm by Jeff Birchfield

Former BMS general manager Ron Scalf opens up about those and other experiences in a new book titled "Bristol Motor Speedway, Racin' The Way It Was. My 10 Years at the World's Fastest Half Mile NASCAR Track."

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Sports UT Sports
Tyndall: Vols still work in progress

Tyndall: Vols still work in progress

January 3rd, 2015 10:02 pm by Jeff Birchfield

Although major challenges lie ahead, Tennessee coach Donnie Tyndall likes where his team is heading as the Vols get ready for the start of the Southeastern Conference basketball season.

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Sports UT Sports
Vols confident on future after late-season surge

Vols confident on future after late-season surge

January 3rd, 2015 10:00 pm by AP

Now that it has ended a string of four straight losing seasons, Tennessee believes it's ready to take the next step in its return to national relevance.

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