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All Saints Episcopal Student Qualifies for Duke University Gifted Program

All Saints Episcopal Student Qualifies for Duke University Gifted Program

Max Davis, a Seventh-grade student at All Saints’ Episcopal School, participated in the Duke University Talent Identification Program’s prestigious 7th Grade Talent Search. Three additional All Saints’ peers, Avaleigh Davis, Julia Gibson, and Brent Witherspoon, were also extended the invitation to join the program based on exceptional scoring from the previous school year standardized testing. [...]

All-Saints Hosting Showcase 2018 For New and Current Families

All-Saints Hosting Showcase 2018 For New and Current Families

All Saints’ Episcopal School invites all families considering an exceptional education for their children in an loving Christian school to attend their Showcase 2018 on Sunday, January 21st from 2- 4 p.m. Families may take a personal tour of the campus, meet the faculty and staff, learn more about the academic and enrichment programs, and [...]

Morristown Police Department Officer Helton Receives Life Saving Award

Morristown Police Department Officer Helton Receives Life Saving Award

On May 16, 2017, Morristown Police Department (MPD) Officer Jonathan Helton responded to a pedestrian struck and ran over by a bus. Upon surveying the scene, the victim had life-threatening injuries to her lower extremities; including hemorrhaging. Officer Helton retrieved his hobble restraint, fashioning into a tourniquet to stop the bleeding on the victim’s lower [...]

Jefferson County Boy Scout Troops #76,#77 & #78 Participate In Annual Klondike Derby

Jefferson County Boy Scout Troops #76,#77 & #78 Participate In Annual Klondike Derby

Jefferson County Boy Scout Troops #76 Jefferson City, #78 White Pine and #77 Dandridge recently participated in the 2017 Klondike Derby at Thompson Farm in Baneberry, Tennessee. A weekend event, the Derby offers Scouts the opportunity to combine fun, skill building activities with service work. Around 150 Scouts and Webelos, along with 25 adult leaders, [...]

Morristown Police Department Works To Keep Our Students Safe

Morristown Police Department Works To Keep Our Students Safe

The Morristown Police Department is dedicated to assisting our school system in providing a safe environment for students. In addition to walkthroughs and traffic patrols, the MPD has four full-time school resource officers (SRO) located in various schools. Two full-time officers are primarily assigned to Morristown-Hamblen High School East and Morristown-Hamblen High School West. Two [...]

Bree Eccles Honored At 27th Annual ETSU Chemistry Awards

Bree Eccles Honored At 27th Annual ETSU Chemistry Awards

Bree Eccles, a 2015 Jefferson County High School and 2015 Walters State Community College graduate, was honored at the 27th Annual East Tennessee State University Chemistry Department Awards Banquet on November 4th, 2016. Ms. Eccles received the Karen and Michael Fallgatter Endowed Scholarship Award, which is presented to the outstanding senior chemistry student based on [...]

Morristown Police Department Holiday and Car Safety Tips

Morristown Police Department Holiday and Car Safety Tips

The Morristown Police Department is seeing a large amount of car burglaries in Morristown. These reports are being made in residential as well as business establishment areas. The suspects are committing crimes of opportunity. In most cases, the vehicles are unlocked with valuables. The MPD is encouraging all citizens to lock their doors whenever the [...]

Morristown Police Department Recognized with Plaque from Breath of Life Ministries

Morristown Police Department Recognized with Plaque from Breath of Life Ministries

The Morristown Police Department is honored to have received recognition from the Breath of Life Ministries. Earlier this month, the ministry presented a plaque to the department for service, dedication and sacrifice made by the men and women of the department to keep Morristown safe. Members of Breath of Life stated, “That when they contact [...]

Joe Fortner Names Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Tennessee Wildlife Officer of the Year

Joe Fortner Names Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Tennessee Wildlife Officer of the Year

Joe Fortner has been honored as the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Wildlife Officer of the Year for the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA). The recipient of the award was announced by Darren Rider, TWRA Boating and Law Enforcement Division colonel. Fortner serves as a wildlife officer in TWRA Region III District 31’s [...]

Community Members Celebrate Grand Opening of Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union’s Morristown West Branch

Community Members Celebrate Grand Opening of Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union’s Morristown West Branch

​ Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union celebrated the grand opening of its Morristown West location with the cutting of a “money ribbon” on Friday, May 20. More than 70 Credit Union employees, community members, small business owners and the Morristown Chamber of Commerce attended the ribbon­cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. Through the day, members and [...]

All Saints’ Episcopal School Announces New Head of School

All Saints’ Episcopal School Announces New Head of School

All Saints’ Episcopal School’s Board of Trustees are pleased to announce that Mark Workman has been appointed as the new Head of School for the 2016-17 school year. Mr. Workman will officially begin his term July 1, 2016, when Head of School Marcia Carlyle completes her two year-long tenure. Mrs. Carlyle came to All Saints’ [...]

State Representative Jeremy Faison Joins All Saints’ Episcopal School to Complete Their “Walk Across Tennessee”

State Representative Jeremy Faison Joins All Saints’ Episcopal School to Complete Their “Walk Across Tennessee”

All Saints’ Episcopal School’s was excited the share the completion of their yearlong “Walk Across Tennessee” program with State Representative Jeremy Faison. Rep. Faison joined students and faculty as they presented some of the facts the students learned, highlighted their commitment to physical fitness and debuted a “Walking Across Tennessee” brochure that was designed by [...]

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Upgrade Completed – West AJ Highway (SR 34 / US 11E) from Merchants Greene Boulevard (SR 474)

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Upgrade Completed – West AJ Highway (SR 34 / US 11E) from Merchants Greene Boulevard (SR 474)

The City of Morristown and its consultant, Kimley-Horn, finished upgrading the traffic signal timings on the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) project on Friday, April 1st. The ITS project runs along West AJ Highway (SR 34 / US 11E) from Merchants Greene Boulevard (SR 474) to West Morris Boulevard / Walters Drive and along Morris Boulevard [...]

Morristown Police Department Presents Detectives Bowman and Hurst with Detective of the Year Awards

Morristown Police Department Presents Detectives Bowman and Hurst with Detective of the Year Awards

Two Morristown Police Department detectives were recognized for their outstanding performance during 2015 receiving the annual “Detective of the Year” award. Police Chief Roger Overholt, Major Michelle Jones and Detective Captain Christian Newman presented Detective Phil Hurst of the Crimes Against Persons Squad and Detective Tracey Bowman of the Crimes Against Property Squad with a [...]

Launch Party For “Bedtime Stories From McIntyre’s Farm” Packs Panther Springs UMC

Launch Party For “Bedtime Stories From McIntyre’s Farm” Packs Panther Springs UMC

A Launch Party was held for the newly released children’s book, “Bedtime Stories from McIntyre’s Farm” (Cartho Publishing). The celebration was held at Panther Springs UMC with between 150-180 in attendance. Special guests, Alyssa Werner, the current Miss Pre-Teen Tennessee and Pam Velder, Executive Director of Morristown Hamblen Humane Society, were there to help promote the [...]

All Saints’ Episcopal School 7th Grader Places First In Farm Bureau Essay Contest

All Saints’ Episcopal School 7th Grader Places First In Farm Bureau Essay Contest

All Saints’ Episcopal School is pleased to announce 7TH grade student, London Keller, as first place winner in the Annual Farm Bureau “What is a Farmer?” Essay Contest. Jane Dean and Ernestine Haun of Farm Bureau visited the school this week to congratulate London and present her with $40 in first place prize money. Her [...]

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