Jackson Greer and the East Tennessee State baseball team were at it again Sunday.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — No. 5 Kentucky got the strong start it sought against No. 1 Tennessee and for a moment was blowing out the Volunteers.
The text for this article was posted in the Johnson City Press-Chronicle for Tuesday, January 4, 1949:
Both schools have earned top honors in the state for academics. And while their physical structures have changed over the years — renovated, demolished and rebuilt — the core mission of North Side and South Side schools has remained the same.
Welcome to the one-stop shop for mountain bike trail updates in the Tri-Cities. Here you can find the state of trails in the region to plan your week of adventures.
I was pleased to hear from my favorite news host, Rachel Maddow, a summation of how the new House Democrat majority has begun the business of governing the country.
Feb. 17, 1887: James M. Wheeler offered a $5 reward for the return of his 9-year-old red and brindle milk cow that was giving about 3 gallons of milk per day. He also offered $25 for the arrest and proof to convict the thief who
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BALTIMORE — A team of scientists, astronomers and engineers meets weekly in a conference room on a Howard County, Maryland, research campus and plans to save the world.
Before President Donald Trump’s announcement Friday, we asked our readers with Monday’s Question of the Week whether he should declare a national emergency to build a wall along the country’s southern border. Here are some of the responses we received.
You, too, can take your best shot on a digital camera and send it to the Johnson City Press. The best of the best will be published in upcoming editions and in our online photo galleries here on JohnsonCityPress.com.
Studies show that a well-nourished child who starts the day with breakfast is more likely to be a better learner and stay focused, which is why the Johnson City Schools’ Food Service does everything they can to ensure that no student is hungry when they arrive at school.
My eyes had fairly well adjusted to the fading light as I wove my way through the beech woods below the summit of Big Bald, the 5,500 foot mountain that towers above southern Unicoi County. Though the sun had long since dropped below the peaks
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The conflicts between colonists and the British crown in the 18th century leading to the American Revolution were not solely about secular matters, such as the Boston Massacre and the Intolerable Acts, a Tusculum University professor says.
The movement against vaccines and the flat earth conspiracy. It’s a counter-revolution against science.
Jordan McLoyd put forth what Science Hill coach Ken Cutlip described as a "super human" effort and the Hilltoppers rallied from an 11-point, first-half deficit to defeat Tennessee High in the District 1-AAA boys basketball tournament Saturday
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