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Tweetsie proves to be a smooth path between Johnson City and Elizabethton

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Tweetsie proves to be a smooth path between Johnson City and Elizabethton

August 30th, 2014 2:46 pm by Tony Casey

A train whistle sounded off at Lions Field on Saturday morning symbolizing both the start of the Tweetsie Trail Trek for walkers, runners and cyclists and also the completion of the 10-mile Rails-to-Trails project between Johnson City and Elizabethton.

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Activities abound on Labor Day weekend

Activities abound on Labor Day weekend

August 29th, 2014 9:13 pm by Max Hrenda

As families and individuals prepare to put their feet up this Labor Day weekend, one man may be hoping more of them chose to put those feet forward.

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Activities abound on Labor Day weekend

August 29th, 2014 9:12 pm by Max Hrenda

As families and individuals prepare to put their feet up this Labor Day weekend, one man may be hoping more of them chose to put those feet forward.

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Tweetsie Trail will be a benefit to the entire region

Tweetsie Trail will be a benefit to the entire region

August 29th, 2014 10:16 am by Johnson City Press

The opening of the trail - on schedule and under budget, by the way - is a testament to the hard work and dedication of all who have been involved with this public/private project.

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UPDATE: Tweetsie Trail officially opens with Thursday's dedication and ribbon cutting

UPDATE: Tweetsie Trail officially opens with Thursday's dedication and ribbon cutting

August 28th, 2014 4:46 pm by Tony Casey

Not a minute after the ribbon had been cut by Johnson City and Elizabethton leaders and trail organizers to officially open the Tweetsie Trail did dozens of people pedal down the new green space on their bikes and in their walking shoes to break in the re

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Tweetsie Trail Trek registration still available

Tweetsie Trail Trek registration still available

August 27th, 2014 4:24 pm by Staff Report

Did you miss your chance to register online for Saturday's Tweetsie Trail Trek?

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Tweetsie Trail sign installed at Alabama Street trailhead

Tweetsie Trail sign installed at Alabama Street trailhead

August 26th, 2014 11:25 am by Tony Casey

Snyder Signs and Johnson City public works crews helped oversee the installation of the Tweetsie Trail sign at the trailhead on Alabama Street Tuesday morning.

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Organizers: Tweetsie Trail came together after years of cooperation and patience

Organizers: Tweetsie Trail came together after years of cooperation and patience

August 24th, 2014 7:46 am by Tony Casey

All it takes is a good idea and cooperation.

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Tweetsie Trail Trek to officially open recreational trail

Tweetsie Trail Trek to officially open recreational trail

August 21st, 2014 8:48 am by Tony Casey

With all the buzz it's been receiving, it hard to imagine that people haven't sampled at least a portion of the Tweetsie Trail before it officially opens at the end of the month, but organizers of the opening day Tweetsie Trail Trek are working to make su

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Bemberg Station project for Tweetsie Trail pitched to council

Bemberg Station project for Tweetsie Trail pitched to council

August 15th, 2014 9:48 am by Tony Casey

East Tennessee State University's Dr. Fred Alsop stood before the Elizabethton City Council on Thursday night with an idea on how the area's rich railroad history could be showcased.

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Hold your horses: Though Tweetsie rules set, horse debate continues

Hold your horses: Though Tweetsie rules set, horse debate continues

August 9th, 2014 10:25 pm by Tony Casey

A lively and drawn-out online debate over whether horses should be allowed on the Tweetsie Trail shows the issue has not yet been resolved, though things are unlikely to change for the time being.

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