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Those were the days: Old copy of Johnson City Press-Chronicle brings back memories

Those were the days: Old copy of Johnson City Press-Chronicle brings back memories

July 11th, 2013 9:44 am by Gary B. Gray

A copy of the Johnson City Press-Chronicle circa July 10, 1963, was delivered to the front desk Tuesday. The wrinkled pages, which were passed around the newsroom, caused quite a buzz and revealed first and foremost that life was much simpler in 1963.

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New ETSU football stadium could be approved Thursday in Nashville

New ETSU football stadium could be approved Thursday in Nashville

July 10th, 2013 5:10 pm by Rex Barber

A proposal for a new $18 million East Tennessee State University football stadium will likely be approved today by the State Building Commission, according to Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey.

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Stream, fill material on shelter site creates concerns

Stream, fill material on shelter site creates concerns

July 8th, 2013 9:18 pm by Gary B. Gray

An engineers’ field report conducted in January 2012 shows the new Washington County-Johnson City Animal Shelter site contains an active stream that runs through the property in a buried culvert and that past grading has placed 20-year-old fill soil and r

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Community Heritage
Civilian Conservation Corps in Unicoi County pioneered East Tennessee reforestation and preservation.

Civilian Conservation Corps in Unicoi County pioneered East Tennessee reforestation and preservation.

July 8th, 2013 10:15 am by Kayla Carter

Eighty years ago one of the nation’s and state’s first Civilian Conservation Corps units set up camp near Limestone Cove in Unicoi County.

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In 1874, area residents celebrated July Fourth at Austin Springs Hotel

In 1874, area residents celebrated July Fourth at Austin Springs Hotel

July 8th, 2013 10:08 am by Bob Cox

For several years prior to 1874, the “Glorious Fourth of July” in East Tennessee slowly depreciated into a lackluster holiday.

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Community Photos
Oh deer-Lovely deer

Oh deer-Lovely deer

July 8th, 2013 9:25 am by Jan Hearne

When Rebecca Millhorn of Piney Flats steps outside her door, it’s not unusual to find a deer standing on her sidewalk.

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Community Heritage
Meet Your Neighbors: Jason Worley Snyder

Meet Your Neighbors: Jason Worley Snyder

July 8th, 2013 8:56 am by John Thompson

There are a lot of proud Masons in the Tri-Cities, but not many have the credentials of 102-year-old Jason Worley Snyder.

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Lunch Express program to feed more in second year

Lunch Express program to feed more in second year

July 7th, 2013 10:00 pm by Sue Guinn Legg

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee has expanded its daily Lunch Express deliveries to nearly 500 low-income children who are at a greater risk of hunger during the summer recess.

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Duck fat, maple bourbon ice cream wins Jonesborough Days ice cream contest

Duck fat, maple bourbon ice cream wins Jonesborough Days ice cream contest

July 7th, 2013 9:44 pm by Kayla Carter

As Jonesborough Days was winding down its third and final day Sunday, winners of two separate competitions were jumping up to receive their awards.

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Black, White and Bling attendees unite for Umoja

Black, White and Bling attendees unite for Umoja - VIDEO

July 6th, 2013 10:09 pm by Kayla Carter

The Charles in downtown Johnson City shone bright Saturday night with the Black, White and Bling dinner held to generate support for the upcoming Umoja festival Aug. 9-10.

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