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Girl Talk- A Program for Daughters and Their Mothers, First Session June 10, 2013

Your daughter is changing daily from a girl into a young lady. There is nothing you can do to stop the progress of Mother Nature, but you can equip your daughter with the knowledge she needs for her journey into woman hood. Girl Talk is a program designed to enhance communication between caregivers and their [...]

ARRL Ham Radio Field Day 2013, June 22-23

ARRL Ham Radio Field Day 2013, June 22-23

Field Day 2013 Tens of Thousands of “Hams” go On Air this Weekend Jefferson County, TN: Tens of thousands of Amateur Radio operators will be firing up portable radio stations from unexpected locations this weekend. These radio operators aid in emergency communications support during major emergencies. Called “hams,” they are often among the first to [...]

C-N Football sets Technique Camp for July 6

C-N Football sets Technique Camp for July 6

Carson-Newman football’s entire coaching staff will play host to a one day technique camp on July 6. The event is dedicated to improving football fundamentals for all high school players entering the ninth grade up to those entering their 12th grade year. This is a camp devoted to helping campers improve their techniques in the [...]

The Rose Center Council for the Arts Requests Proposals for Arts Build Communities Grants

The Rose Center Council for the Arts requests Arts Build Communities grant proposals for art projects from any non-profit 501(c)(3) organization located within the following eight East Tennessee counties: Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, Sullivan. An organization is eligible to apply for funding support of its arts activities if the organization meets one [...]

LOST CREEK June 8th at Dumplin Valley Concert Series

LOST CREEK  June 8th at Dumplin Valley Concert Series

The Dumplin Valley Farm Concert Series continues  Saturday June 8th featuring  Lost Creek Band.    Lost Creek is a Multi- Award Winning band, and has been blessed the last 30 years being able to do what they love best, playing bluegrass music. What started in 1978 with two cousins, Ed Stiner and Rick Fielden, along with [...]

Jefferson City Public Library Summer Reading Program 2013 Beginning June 7

Jefferson City Public Library Summer Reading Program 2013 Beginning June 7

Jefferson City Public Library Invites Children and Parents Summer Reading Program 2013 June 7th – July 19th  Fridays *NEW TIME* 2:00-3:00 Babies – 5th grade

2013 YOUTH FISHING EVENTS SCHEDULED THROUGHOUT THE STATE, JUNE 8, 2013

2013 YOUTH FISHING EVENTS SCHEDULED THROUGHOUT THE STATE, JUNE 8, 2013

There are numerous youth fishing events scheduled throughout Tennessee this spring. Interested persons can check the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s website at www.tnwildlife.org for scheduled events or contact their regional office. The 2013 Free Fishing Day in Tennessee is Saturday, June 8 when anyone in the state may fish free without a license in Tennessee’s [...]

UT Announces Plans for Beef and Forage Field Day, June 13, 2013

UT Announces Plans for Beef and Forage Field Day, June 13, 2013

Scheduled for Thursday, June 13, the annual University of Tennessee Beef and Forage Field Day will once again focus on how to help beef cattle producers manage their production costs. The event is hosted by the UT East Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center and UT Extension Eastern Region. It is being held in conjunction with [...]

Griffin announces hitting and pitching camp dates, June 10-13, 2013

Griffin announces hitting and pitching camp dates, June 10-13, 2013

Carson-Newman head baseball coach Tom Griffin has set the Eagles’ all-phases, hitting and pitching camps for the middle of June. The all-phases camp is set from June 10-13 from 9 a.m. to noon. The hitting camp runs Jun 17-18 and the pitching camp June 19-20. The all-phases camp is geared toward ages 6-13 and covers [...]

Sounds of Old, New Appalachia to Echo Through This Year’s Townsend Spring Festival

For locals and visitors to the Smoky Mountains, the sights, scents and especially sounds of the 21st Annual Townsend in the Smokies Spring Festival and Old Timers Day will provide an old-time, Appalachian setting on May 3 and 4. While demonstrations act as eye-catching tutorials bringing old Appalachia to life and traditional Southern food attract [...]

Jefferson County Retired Teachers Association to Meet June 1, 2013

All retired educators are invited to attend the June 1 meeting of the Jefferson County Retired Teachers Association at Stokely Memorial Cafeteria on the campus of Carson – Newman University. Brunch, which cost $10.00, is at 9:30 a.m. Our guest speaker will be Lisa Ellis, author of Dandridge, which is part of the Images of [...]

Morristown West High School Class of ‘88 – 25th Reunion, June 8, 2013

The Class of ’88 from Morristown West will celebrate their 25th Reunion at the Country Club on June 8, 2013 at 7PM. If you are part of the class and wish to join the event, please register at http://classof88morristownwest.myevent.com or contact us at classof88mwest@gmail.com. Look for our reunion page on Facebook as well. Over 80 [...]

Maury Middle School Sports Banquet, May 3, 2013

Maury Middle School will be having the annual all sports banquet on Friday, May 3 @ 6:30 at the MMS Auditorium. Coach Tom Griffin (CN Baseball Coach) will be our guest speaker, and all sports will be present.

Dining With Democrats Cancelled For May!

There will be no Dining With Democrats lunch on Friday, May 3. Instead of our monthly lunch together all county Democrats are encouraged to attend our annual Truman Day Dinner which will be held on Saturday, May 4, at 6:30 p.m. at Carson-Newman cafeteria. Tickets are needed for the event. Please contact Ann Blomquist at [...]

Appalachian History, Culture, Smoky Mountain Spring Beauty, May 3-4, 2013

The foothills of the Smoky Mountains will come to life with bluegrass music, arts and crafts, time honored traditions and Appalachian cooking at the annual Townsend in the Smokies Spring Festival and Old Timers Day. Scheduled for May 3-4, at the Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend, the 21st Annual Townsend in the Smokies Spring [...]

Girl Talk, Too- A Program for Daughters and Their Mothers

Your teenage daughter is changing daily from a girl into a young woman. There is nothing you can do to stop the progress of Mother Nature, but you can equip your daughter with the knowledge she needs for her journey into woman hood. Girl Talk, Too is a program designed to enhance communication between mothers [...]