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The Buzz: A week's worth of Buzz

Staff Reports • Oct 27, 2013 at 9:45 PM

Navigator says website woes shows demand for insurance Although capacity and programming problems have plagued the rollout of the federal government’s online health insurance marketplace, local navigator Aubrey Everhart said the new health insurance law shows promise.

Milligan people get their village The sense of community at Milligan College runs deep.

South Roan work to continue into November A substantial project to upgrade downtown utilities now is about a week past the initial completion date.

Food bank makes big move to new home Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee has made the move to its new Kingsport location.

South Side assistant credited with saving woman from moving car Sherry Scott, special education assistant at South Side Elementary School, loves her job.

JCPD Chief says using force ‘traumatic’ for officers When Johnson City police officers responded to a domestic call at a local motel, they didn’t know what they’d find.

Heady times for a trio of former ETSU stars It’s been quite a week for former East Tennessee State athletes.

Carter Co. hermit's gravestone along Appalachian Trail needs repair Nick Grindstaff was a hermit who died 90 years ago, but he is not forgotten. Now, a family member, some local historians and the Tennessee Eastman Hiking and Canoe Club may soon be at work to repair his landmark gravestone so future generations may continue to tell his sad and lonely tale.

UH back on top in Region 1-A/AA cross country University High captured the Region 1-A/AA boys’ cross country championship on Thursday at Daniel Boone High School for its first regional title since 2009.

Happy 110th birthday, Juanita Campbell! The title of supercentenarian is one held by very few but, on Wednesday, Erwin resident Juanita Key Campbell was surrounded by friends and family as she marked this milestone.

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