Fate, with a bit of help from the Johnson City Press, certainly played a role in the marriage of Luther and Kay Miller, who will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 27.
A few weeks ago, I relinquished my crown as Miss Tennessee, passing it to my worthy successor, Christine Williams. But I didn’t give up my personal fight against opioid addiction.
Is the word “God” alone enough to violate a student’s religious freedom in school?
Our readers share their thoughts on the area’s inundated past and turns up the heat on energy companies for contributing to wildfires.
Want to combine a learning experience with a walk? Head to First Manassas National Battlefield near Washington D.C., a good complement to visiting our national’s capital. You can make a 4.7-mile circuit through the eastern half of Manassas
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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.
In the year since Johnson City Fire Chief Jim Stables took command of the fire department, he’s made a few changes he feels stabilizes operations and provides more accountability at each of the city’s nine fire stations.
Commissioners will also vote on additional money to cover key capital projects for county schools, and to consider filing litigation against opioid manufacturers to recoup some of the costs addiction to painkillers has caused to Washington County’s taxpayers.
AUSTIN, Texas — Cody Wilson found his calling when, in 2013, he successfully fired the first gun made on a 3D printer.
If you hear the name Torbett around Washington and Sullivan counties, one thing surely comes to mind — greenhouses.
Despite the bad reputation Millennials have, the generational hatred we’re experiencing is nothing new.
ELIZABETHTON — Carter County’s legislative delegation has been working for the past several days to address concerns by the county’s school board about a possible conflict between a new state law and an old federal court injunction against the
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BRISTOL — Overshadowed most of the night by his younger brother, Kurt Busch grabbed the spotlight and won Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
One week after struggling through the first scrimmage of preseason camp, the offensive linemen on the East Tennessee State football team walked off the field with smiles on their faces on Saturday night.