In an increasingly polarized society, having a respectful and civil debate often seems like a lost art.
Lottie Ryans is director of workforce and literacy initiatives for First Tennessee Development District. In that role, the Johnson City native is heading up efforts to make the region a Work Ready Community.
Doug Taylor, the associate dean of admissions and records at East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine, was born and raised in Morristown and came to ETSU as a student in the mid-60s.
Colleen Noe of Johnson City is associate director of the Mountain Home Veterans Affairs Health Care System. Her responsibilities include the business office, human resources, logistics and voluntary services.
I greatly admire people that overcome incredible personal struggles in their lives. People do amazing things every day.
To Renner, being an educator isn’t just all about teaching others – it’s about learning from others.
Kevin Rincon has packed a lot of moving into his 29 years.
On Tuesday, Good emailed the Johnson City Press to tell us more about her personal interests, her love for teaching, opinions on education and the importance of Black History Month in schools.
To say Jonesborough Alderman Adam Dickson has a deep connection to the town is an understatement.
Daniel Boone High School teacher Cathy Reynolds is Washington County Schools’ 2018-’19 school year teacher of the year for grades 9-12.
Cooper Reaves, a 16-year-old junior at Science Hill High School, was recently honored as a Servant Leader from Milligan College for his work with Munsey Memorial United Methodist Church.
Lee Chase has retired as the executive director of Dawn of Hope. The Johnson City resident has spent more than three decades at the non-profit agency for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, beginning as its vocational director in 1985.
Every day, Washington County Schools leaders like Fall Branch School Principal Mark Merriman work to collaborate with teachers and support students as they lead their schools.
Readers, meet the Johnson City Press’ newest reporter, Kenne Medley.