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The Buzz: Today's look at local news worth knowing

July 22nd, 2013 8:36 am by Staff Reports

The Buzz: Today's look at local news worth knowing


In case you missed these posts, here are seven local and regional items that will get you talking today from JohnsonCityPress.com:

Clinchfield 100 coming home to stay after 30 years away. Many railroad enthusiasts in the area are likely familiar with the Clinchfield 100, and after 30 years away, the railcar will soon make its final stop in the region that was once its home. 



Johnson City woman killed in S.C. golf cart wreck. FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. — Investigators say they have charged a 36-year-old man with hit-and-run in a wreck in Fountain Inn that killed a 75-year-old woman riding on a golf cart.



I-26 Exit 13 plan delayed; new bridge to be built. Improvements to Exit 13 on Interstate 26 now include the replacement of the bridge that spans the interstate and new lighting to better illuminate the ramps.



Green roof at Franklin Woods first for MSHA system. A vista of lush greenery will soon be available for those waiting on a loved one’s surgery procedure to be completed at Franklin Woods Community Hospital.



YiM brings participants "full circle" to rejoice in God's plan. Elizabethton resident Matthew Anderson, 17, was excited Sunday to sign in and get his name tag and T-shirt — the first steps of registration for the 2013 Milligan College Youth in Ministry (YiM) Student Leadership Conference.



Diverse group makes up GRC field. BRISTOL — It was as a diverse a group of racing talent as anywhere in the world for Saturday’s Global Rallycross event at Bristol Motor Speedway.



Life lessons and lemonade: Boy's stand earns money for Children's Hospital, teaches children importance of giving. Anyone that drove up Hillrise Boulevard on Saturday couldn’t miss the gathering of neighbors, friends, family and children around a bright yellow lemonade stand that has served to raise money for the Niswonger Children’s Hospital two years in a row.


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