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Jefferson County Blood Drives August 17 – 27, 2014

As the sole provider of blood for 22 counties and 28 area hospitals, Medic Regional Blood Center depends on volunteer donors to help save lives in the community.    “The blood collected by Medic stays in the area to help family, friends, neighbors and co-workers, “ explains Mike Prowell, Director of Business Development.   Medic currently has [...]

New Class at Rose Center, Watercolor, Beginning September 18, 2014

Rose Center is pleased to offer a new class taught by local artist Susan Bedwell.  Susan is offering a Watercolor class beginning Thursday, September 18 from 5:30 PM – 8 PM.  The first class is an orientation and discussion of materials as well as learning how to prepare the watercolor paper.   Students will enjoy exploring creativity [...]

New Class at Rose Center: Knitting Beginning September 16, 2014

The Rose Center Council for the Arts is pleased to present a new class for the fall. Instructor Jane Peoples will be teaching a Beginners Knitting class. When Jane began knitting at age 10, she did not realize it would become her passion and an expression of art. During this class, Ms. Peoples will guide [...]

Better Know the Opponent, Week Five: Mars Hill

Better Know the Opponent, Week Five: Mars Hill

This is the fifth in a 10-part series breaking down each of Carson-Newman football’s opponents for the 2014 season.  This feature breaks down the Eagles’ week five contest – Oct. 4 at home versus Mars Hill.  After three straight weeks on the road, the Eagles will return to Mossy Creek and to the friendly confines [...]

Car Seat Check Point & Carnival, September 6, 2014

IS YOUR CHILD IN THE RIGHT CAR SEAT? CAR SEAT CHECK POINT & CARNIVAL SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 10 am to 1 pm Mountain View Pediatrics & Internal Medicine 657 E Broadway Blvd., Jefferson City, TN Jefferson City Police Dept., Jefferson City Fire Dept., Greater East TN Child Safety Sponsored by: Mountain View Pediatrics & Internal [...]

Carson-Newman and Pellissippi State form Partnership

Carson-Newman University expands MBA program to Pellissippi State campus  SACS approval paves the way for students Aug. 25  (August 11, 2014)- Carson-Newman University has launched a new partnership  with Pellissippi State Community College that allows the University to offer  its MBA program on site at Pellissippi’s Strawberry Plains campus.  Carson-Newman recently received approval from the [...]

Promotions Announced for Home Football Games

Promotions Announced for Home Football Games

The Carson-Newman Athletic Promotions staff has set promotions for all of C-N football’s home games. The season opener against Edinboro on Sept. 4 has been designated Eagle Pride Day. Carson-Newman students are encouraged to wear their craziest outfits.  Students can win prizes for being the “best” dressed – up to 25 dollars.  In partnership with [...]

WSCC Gallery Earns State Recognition

WSCC Gallery Earns State Recognition

“Gallery,” the literary and arts magazine of Walters State Community College, has been judged as the best magazine produced by Tennessee community college students. The news came just as the 2014 issue rolled off the presses. The magazine features short stories, essays, poems, drawings, photography and other artwork submitted by Walters State students. “This was [...]

Carson-Newman Football Position Previews: Quarterbacks

Carson-Newman Football Position Previews: Quarterbacks

This is the first in an eight-part series that will break down what Carson-Newman football brings to the table for the 2014 season position by position.  Today’s preview features the Eagles’ signal callers and QB coach Alex Good. Last year, the question was who would replace Brandon Haywood as the Eagles’ starting quarterback.  Now, the [...]

Hawkins Secures Top-Five Finish at Tennessee State Amateur

Hawkins Secures Top-Five Finish at Tennessee State Amateur

Tusculum College junior Brad Hawkins finished tied for fifth place at the 99th annual Tennessee Amateur Men’s Golf Championship at the Memphis Country Club. Hawkins, a native of Knoxville, Tennessee, finished the four-day, 72-hole tournament with 70-71-72-72=285 (+5) and was six shots behind champion Tim Jackson (Germantown, Tenn.), who finished with 279 (-1). Hawkins opened [...]

C-N Soccer No. 2 in National Preseason Ranking

C-N Soccer No. 2 in National Preseason Ranking

The Carson-Newman men’s soccer team heads into its 2014 season at no. 2 on the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II National Preseason Ranking. Last year, the Lads finished second in the nation with a 16-6-1 record. Fellow South Atlantic Conference member Queens made the list at no. 22. The Royals ended their 2013 season 16-4-0. [...]

Women’s Basketball Season Ticket Renewal Drive Underway

Women’s Basketball Season Ticket Renewal Drive Underway

The season ticket renewal campaign for women’s basketball’s return to Brooks Gym is in progress, the ETSU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced Thursday. The team’s home slate — which features a total of 11 regular season contests — will be housed inside a newly-renovated Brooks Gym. The revitalized facility will showcase a new-look playing surface, [...]

Torbush Announces Addition of Renowned Strength Coach Allan Johnson to Buccaneers’ Football Staff

Torbush Announces Addition of Renowned Strength Coach Allan Johnson to Buccaneers’ Football Staff

ETSU head football coach Carl Torbush announced Thursday that former Ohio State football and Baltimore Orioles strength and conditioning coach Allan Johnson has joined the Buccaneers’ coaching staff as an assistant coach in charge of strength training. Johnson, who has spent the last three years at Northwestern University as the assistant director of sports performance [...]

Better Know the Opponent, Week Four: Catawba

Better Know the Opponent, Week Four: Catawba

This is the fourth in a 10-part series breaking down each of Carson-Newman football’s opponents for the 2014 season.  This feature breaks down the Eagles’ week four contest – Sept. 27 at Catawba.  Catawba was the only team not named Lenoir-Rhyne to defeat Carson-Newman during the 2013 season. The Indians handed the Eagles a 25-22 [...]

Kristina’s Kronicles: August 13, 2014

Kristina’s Kronicles: August 13, 2014

Good morning Eagles across the nation! My name is Kristina Hill and this is my blog that will be posted each Monday during the season. I hope that it will give you insight into the life of a Carson-Newman volleyball player.  I will be a junior this fall, majoring in Fashion Merchandising and Design with [...]

UT to Present Workshops Focused on Starting Food Processing Businesses

UT to Present Workshops Focused on Starting Food Processing Businesses

Farmers and gardeners who end up with excess produce or who want to find a use for less-than-best quality produce – items that would normally go to waste – often look for ways to add value by making the produce into another product., such as jams and jellies, salsas, juices or baked goods. To help [...]