Persistent rain and a chilly breeze did not stop a good crowd of visitors from stopping in on one of Unicoi’s most popular celebrations Saturday as the town’s annual Heritage Day living history demonstrations played out at the Bogart-Bowman Cabin.
The town of Unicoi is inviting the community to experience life in the Appalachian Mountains as it was in the early 1800s at Saturday’s annual Heritage Day at the Bogart-Bowman Cabin.
The drawing of the numbers for the local Army Draft aroused intense interest and massive anticipation all over the country. Every registered male in the United States had been issued a number, and thus occupied a certain and fixed status among
Oct 14, 2018 at 12:00 PM
When walking near the Milligan College athletic fields, there is a house near on the backside that seems almost out of place.
The Johnson City Sesquicentennial Commission has already started knocking on doors and soliciting donors with a goal of raising at least $1.65 million to go toward the city’s 150th anniversary projects, a water fountain and natural playground at
Updated Oct 10, 2018 at 7:47 PM
Here’s the text for a 1930 newspaper advertisement, featuring Red Band Flour, made with pride — and kitchen tested — in Johnson City:
ELIZABETHTON — It took nearly 77 years, DNA analysis and even circumstantial evidence to bring Navy Seaman Second Class William V. Campbell home.
Construction has officially started on the $2.3 million renovation of Johnson City’s oldest African-American school, Langston High School.
Ennis H. Posey, a journalist for the Johnson City Press-Chronicle, covered the story for the newspaper at Christmas, 1951:
What: Johnson City Sessions tribute concert
These days, everybody acts like Nixon was the last sitting president to visit, but something came up when we hit the archives, you Johnson Citians act like you forgot about Ford.
BLOUNTVILLE — Tri Cities Airport will once again host the world’s most important aircraft when Air Force One touches down on its runway today. While a visit by Air Force One to Tri-Cities is still an unusual event, the list of visits by the plane
Updated Sep 30, 2018 at 6:05 PM
The Jonesboro Herald & Tribune of April 1871 reported some farm facts about the ideal farmer that was contained in articles from several publications, described in restrained yet well-chosen terms.
Today's feature deals with the formal opening of the Capitol Sweet Shoppe in the Capitol Theatre Building, located at the corner of West Main and Boone.
ELIZABETHTON — If you have a huge capstone that has fallen off a 100-year-old monument to Sycamore Shoals, who are you going to call?