ELIZABETHTON — When a high school sociology class completed a class project last May, most of the students could only hope that their work could have an impact in solving six unsolved murders they investigated and the serial killer they believed
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ELIZABETHTON — For students to be successful in today’s economy, they cannot wait until they are seniors to start thinking about a career or how to prepare for an interview. At Elizabethton High School, this begins during the freshman year.
ELIZABETHTON — Students who worked on a high school project usually don’t think much about it a year later, except to be glad it’s over.
ELIZABETHTON — Imagine going to work in a foreign country and not being able to speak the language. That’s a problem some Elizabethton Twins rookies have to face every summer.
ELIZABETHTON — Tennessee’s comptroller’s office said it found “questionable practices” in an investigation of the Elizabethton City School System, and attributed them to “a lack of management oversight.”
A Tennessee Comptroller’s Office investigation found Elizabethton High School employees mishandled cash from athletic events tickets and concession sales and maintained a “slush fund” generated by employees using the school’s postage machine to send private parcels.
ELIZABETHTON — The members of the Betsy Band of Elizabethton High School endured band camp at the school this week and presented its first performance of the year Friday night.
ELIZABETHTON — Bailey Marvel, a 2018 Elizabethton High School graduate, has been accepted into the Honors in Discipline Program in theater at East Tennessee State University.
The stands at Elizabethton High School in the Citizens Bank Stadium filled with football families from all over on Saturday for Jason Witten’s 16th annual —and last —June football camp.
ELIZABETHTON — While most high school students were already finished with their academic year, the students of Elizabethton High School’s Advanced Ensemble were making school history and reaching a national high point that very few school groups
Updated May 30, 2018 at 7:00 PM
ELIZABETHTON — For more than 30 years, the deaths of six women who were strangled or smothered have gone unsolved.
Business leaders, college educators and families are invited to join local business leaders and student entrepreneurs for the first-ever Bartleby Pitch Night this Thursday from 7-8:30 p.m. at the T.A. Dugger Junior High School auditorium.
Too often, society dismisses the reasoning abilities of teenagers. They’re much smarter than we give them credit for and capable of a lot more than we allow them to do.
ELIZABETHTON — Could high school students help solve a series of murders committed 20 years before they were born? Could that class join with a national podcaster and a Netflix personality to help bring the killer to justice?
ELIZABETHTON — Looking for something that will make you laugh out loud while enjoying some memorable performances?