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Dozens of kids come out to Carver to learn about MLK

Dozens of kids come out to Carver to learn about MLK

January 20th, 2014 10:06 pm by Becky Campbell

While some kids may have spent the day off from school playing video games, a few dozen in Johnson City were celebrating the reason they were out of class Monday.

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Local teachers explain MLK importance to students

Local teachers explain MLK importance to students

January 19th, 2014 8:47 pm by Jennifer Sprouse

Kids across the country may see today as just another day out of school, but teachers in Johnson City Schools are doing their part to educate local youths on what Martin Luther King Jr. Day is really about and the man was who behind the famous “I Have a D

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Five men suspected in Alabama State dorm gang rape

Five men suspected in Alabama State dorm gang rape

January 17th, 2014 4:06 pm by Associated Press

The men were taken into custody but never formally charged with any crimes.

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City Commission gives architect green light on $2.1 million Science Hill field house

City Commission gives architect green light on $2.1 million Science Hill field house

January 17th, 2014 1:48 pm by Gary B. Gray

Science Hill High School athletes and students will soon benefit from a new 12,600-square-foot field house that could come into view after the 2015 football season.

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Parking still a concern for returning students

Parking still a concern for returning students

January 16th, 2014 9:25 pm by Nathan Baker

With a 1,200-space garage inching closer to completion on the north edge of campus, the availability of parking was a popular topic for students returning to East Tennessee State University on Thursday for the start of the spring semester.

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ETSU President Brian Noland addresses personal injuries, university issues in first day back

ETSU President Brian Noland addresses personal injuries, university issues in first day back

January 16th, 2014 8:02 pm by Nathan Baker

East Tennessee State University President Brian Noland returned to business as usual Thursday for the first day of classes in the spring semester, speaking publicly for the first time of the serious neck injuries he suffered in a November car crash.

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ETSU dining worker being treated in suspected meningitis case

ETSU dining worker being treated in suspected meningitis case

January 16th, 2014 10:54 am by Nathan Baker

A suspected case of meningitis discovered Tuesday in a member of East Tennessee State University’s dining services staff set off alarms at Washington County health agencies and triggered protocol to ensure against the infection’s spread.

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UPDATE: ETSU parking garage delayed again

UPDATE: ETSU parking garage delayed again

January 14th, 2014 11:58 am by Nathan Baker

Students returning to East Tennessee State University for the start of the spring semester this week will not be able to park in the school’s new $26.1 million parking garage as planned.

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ETSU College of Nursing gets $1.2M federal grant

ETSU College of Nursing gets $1.2M federal grant

January 14th, 2014 10:46 am by Nathan Baker

A $1.2 million federal grant to East Tennessee State University’s medical programs will help enrich future health professionals, college administrators say.

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