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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 […]

WSCC Computer Students Learn From On-The-Job Training

WSCC Computer Students Learn From On-The-Job Training

For graduates of Walters State’s computer and information science programs, on-the-job experience often comes before actually landing a job – through the college’s internship program. “Internships provide students with a chance to see how they can apply what they learn in the classroom to a business setting. This also develops and reinforces soft skills, such […]

All Saints’ Episcopal School Celebrates The Feast Of St. Francis of Assisi

All Saints’ Episcopal School Celebrates The Feast Of St. Francis of Assisi

Wednesday morning, students and parents at All Saints’ Episcopal School celebrated the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi with their annual Blessing of the Animals chapel service. Father John Dukes, of All Saints’ Church, led the school community in song and prayer as they gathered in the courtyard to celebrate the “pets that bring us […]

Young Eagles Take To The Sky

Young Eagles Take To The Sky

Saturday was a good day to take to the air and several area children took the opportunity to do just that, as the Moore-Murrell Airport in Morristown hosted the Experimental Aircraft Association. The annual event is a wonderful way to spotlight the Young Eagles, a program designed to promote an interest in aviation in young […]

WSCC To Offer Clean Energy Technology in College Express Format

WSCC To Offer Clean Energy Technology in College Express Format

Walters State’s unique Clean Energy Technology Program will be offered this fall under the popular College Express format. With College Express, the associate’s of applied science degree can be completed in two years attending classes only one or two nights a year. “This format is ideal for adults already working in manufacturing, facilities management, contracting […]

All Saints’ students demonstrate their prowess!

All Saints’ students demonstrate their prowess!

Students Patrick Liposky, Steven Lampkin, and Yash Patel each won a first place purple ribbon at the Hamblen County 4-H demonstration competition held this Wednesday. The demonstration competition at the 2014 4-H Achievement Day is divided by category and grade level. These three boys took the top spots in the Consumer Education, Electricity, and Public […]

Samuel Doak Chapter National Society DAR Scholarship Awarded

Samuel Doak Chapter National Society DAR Scholarship Awarded

The Samuel Doak Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship was awarded by Mary Jane Coleman, Samuel Doak Chapter’s Scholarship Chairman on April 24, 2014. This Scholarship is offered to a senior student at Morristown Hamblen High School-East, Morristown Hamblen High School-West, Jefferson County High School, and Grainger County High School. The winner […]

Walters State Community College recognized outstanding students during its annual Honors Night banquet on April 22.

Walters State Community College recognized outstanding students during its annual Honors Night banquet on April 22.

The college’s highest honor, the President’s Outstanding Student award, was given to four students: Bret Coggins of Dandridge, Karly Frye of Chuckey, David Johnson of Rutledge and Katelyn Madon of Morristown. Aimee Robinson of Limestone was named the outstanding student on the Greeneville/Greene County Campus. Randall Wright of Harrogate and Chris O’Connor of Tazewell were […]

Samuel Doak Chapter NSDAR to Digitize 102 Years of Records

Samuel Doak Chapter NSDAR to Digitize 102 Years of Records

The Samuel Doak Chapter NSDAR, in Morristown, Tennessee, has undertaken a project to digitize all 102 years of its records. This will include all applications, yearbooks, minutes, scrapbooks, and other items. The project is expected to take several years. To this end, the chapter formed a Heritage Committee consisting of Virginia Anderson, Gwen Blair, and […]

An Evening Among Friends at All Saints’ Episcopal School

An Evening Among Friends at All Saints’ Episcopal School

It was an evening among friends at All Saints’ Episcopal School (ASES). On Saturday, November 16, the school held its largest annual fundraiser in the DeanCoffmanActivityCenter. The fundraiser, an auction accompanied with dinner and dancing, is organized by the Institutional Advancement Committee (IAC) every year with proceeds directly benefiting the school’s students. The money raised […]

38th Annual Mountain Makins Festival

38th Annual Mountain Makins Festival

It was perfect weather for the 38th Annual Mountain Makins Festival at the Rose Center in Morristown held Saturday from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm and on Sunday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. The festival was a wonderful event to attend, with a hobby for each member of the family; from mule drawn rides […]

Statue Dedicated to the Memory of Professor

Statue Dedicated to the Memory of Professor

Walters State Community College has dedicated a permanent outdoor sculpture to the late Steve Roberts of Greene County. Roberts was head of college’s art department when he died in 2008. “Steve advocated more exposure to the arts and more artwork on our campuses. I do not know of a better or more fitting tribute to […]

The Pink Pig, A Great Way To Make, Munch & Mingle

The Pink Pig, A Great Way To Make, Munch & Mingle

If you’re looking for a cheap and fun activity this summer before school starts back or for the upcoming holidays, look no further. Centered in downtown Morristown, The Pink Pig pottery studio offers a wide array of creative, affordable fun. Everyone is welcomed and encouraged to pick out any barren piece of pottery and paint […]

ALPS Walk To Remember

ALPS Walk To Remember

On Saturday, July 27, 2013, hundreds of people turned out early for the 8 AM 22nd Annual Walk to Remember, which is the ALPS Adult Day Services largest fundraiser of the year. Licensed by the State of Tennessee and a recipient of United Way funding from Hamblen and Jefferson counties, ALPS Adult Day Services provides […]

EAA of Morristown Takes Teaching to New Heights

EAA of Morristown Takes Teaching to New Heights

The Experimental Aircraft Association in Morristown gave some local children the opportunity to have a high flying holiday weekend experience. On Saturday morning, members of the group met at the Morristown airport to give rides to interested kids, in an effort to spark an interest in aviation in the young flyers. The event had been […]

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