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Local Dandridge Authors To Hold Book Signing at Dandridge Brewing Co. in Historic Downtown, December 17, 2022

Local Dandridge Authors To Hold Book Signing at Dandridge Brewing Co. in Historic Downtown, December 17, 2022

Local Dandridge authors hold a book signing at The Downtown Dandridge Brewery Saturday December 17th 11:30 – 2:30. Drop in for your book before the Christmas parade or afterwards for a drink and meet the authors in Downtown Dandridge. Get a personally autographed book for that special person for Christmas, a stocking stuffer or something […]

Wreaths Across America, December 17, 2022

Wreaths Across America, December 17, 2022

Giving the gift of remembrance! Each December, Wreaths Across America (WAA) coordinates wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery and at more than 3,400 other locations in all 50 U.S. states. Wreaths are also laid at sea and in foreign lands. According to its website www.wreathsacrossamerica.org, the non-profit organization has three paramount goals: to REMEMBER our […]

Operation Turkeys for Tickets

Operation Turkeys for Tickets

Each year the Jefferson County Constables participate in “Operation Turkeys for Tickets”. We seek out minor traffic violations and offer turkeys to the offender’s family or a family they know of that is in need of one for Thanksgiving. This year’s event was sponsored in part by the following: Food City in Dandridge (4 turkeys) […]

The Holiday Season Is Merrier and Brighter Than Ever Across Tennessee In 2022

The Holiday Season Is Merrier and Brighter Than Ever Across Tennessee In 2022

The holidays are just about here, and across Tennessee, destinations, both big and small, are getting ready to celebrate. From millions of twinkling lights to festive live music, from Dollywood to Graceland, the 2022 season is shaping up to be one the merriest and brightest in recent memory. Discover what’s happening this year during the […]

Happy Thanksgiving from the Jefferson County Post

Happy Thanksgiving from the Jefferson County Post

Turkey fever is reaching its height this week as many prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday. Many will participate in the yearly “turkey shuffle,” bouncing from house to house to get their yearly fill. In fact, eighty-eight percent of Americans will eat turkey on Thanksgiving, with approximately 46 million turkeys being sold for the […]

Jefferson City Patriots Youth Football League Brings Home Another Superbowl Win

Jefferson City Patriots Youth Football League Brings Home Another Superbowl Win

Jefferson City Patriots youth football league has brought home another superbowl win for the second year in a row. This team was undefeated in their division, earning a Class A  & Super bowl championship to their growing league.These young men and coaches have put in countless hours of dedication and hard work, bringing their season […]

Thank You To The Citizens Of Dandridge – Jeff Depew, Alderman

Thank You To The Citizens Of Dandridge – Jeff Depew, Alderman

Thank you for your support and votes in this year’s election. It has been a pleasure to serve the Town of Dandridge and I look forward to continuing to serve in the position you have afforded me. Thank you to my wife Krissi Swann Depew, Son Jake Depew, Daughter-in-law Ashlin Thomas Depew, Mother-in-law Linda Swann […]

GOOD STUFF – Community Supports Isaiah 117 House This Saturday – Two Big Events

GOOD STUFF – Community Supports Isaiah 117 House This Saturday – Two Big Events

GOOD STUFF is a column sponsored by RESCUE 180, dedicated to spotlighting the good side of the news. Saturday is a big day for Isaiah 117 House. For those who have seen posters and fund-raising events for the local Isaiah 117 House and have wondered exactly what the non profit is about, Isaiah 117 House […]

AEC Provides Grant to Local Schools for New Robotics Program

AEC Provides Grant to Local Schools for New Robotics Program

AEC is collaborating with The Jefferson County Department of Education to develop a robotics program in the elementary setting. The Cooperative will establish a pilot program to begin in one elementary school and include third through fifth grade students. A grant of $4,101.97 from AEC will provide the seed money to launch the pilot program, […]

THE LEARNING CURVE – Dotson Key Component Of Successful Public Education

THE LEARNING CURVE – Dotson Key Component Of Successful Public Education

THE LEARNING CURVE is a column sponsored by Doug Ibbetson, Jefferson County School Commissioner, spotlighting those in the educational community who make a significant contribution to the success of Jefferson County School System. All successful companies have many components that make them run and that concept is the same for public education. While the faces […]

#HEROES – Jefferson County Rescue Squad Heroes At Halloween

#HEROES – Jefferson County Rescue Squad Heroes At Halloween

#Heroes is a column sponsored by Dr. Warren K. Stinson, DDS, Jefferson City, TN, spotlighting local heroes throughout the community from all walks of service. Jefferson County Rescue Squad has long been a staple volunteer organization that provides relief to citizens of Jefferson County that find themselves in distress. The Rescue Squad does both water […]

White Pine student named to class of Tennessee Tech Trailblazers

White Pine student named to class of Tennessee Tech Trailblazers

A local student has been selected to be part of Tennessee Tech University’s Trailblazers class, bringing together top students at Tech to take campus visits and student recruitment to a personal level.  John Clark, a chemical engineering and foreign languages double major from White Pine, is among the new class of Trailblazers.  Clark will be […]

City of Morristown, Hamblen County Government and Walters State Community College Join TACN

City of Morristown, Hamblen County Government and Walters State Community College Join TACN

The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security welcomed the City of Morristown, Hamblen County government, and Walters State Community College to the Tennessee Advanced Communications Network (TACN). Their decision to join TACN makes them the first local government in Tennessee to go to a full state (TACN) and AT&T FirstNet. This provides the ability […]

Rush Strong PTO Fall Festival, October 28, 2022

Rush Strong PTO Fall Festival, October 28, 2022

Championing the call: Carson-Newman remains true to founding vision, supporting those in ministry

Championing the call: Carson-Newman remains true to founding vision, supporting those in ministry

Governors, authors, educators, doctors, pro athletes and members of Congress have all called Carson-Newman University their alma mater over the last 171 years. However, it was no accident that the third graduate to earn a degree on the banks of Mossy Creek was a minister. From C-N’s 1851 founding as Mossy Creek Missionary Baptist Seminary, […]

Four East TN counties benefit from Carson-Newman “servant-leaders”

Four East TN counties benefit from Carson-Newman “servant-leaders”

Classrooms were empty on Carson-Newman’s campus Wednesday – but it was not a holiday. More than 550 members of the Carson-Newman community took part in the University’s annual Operation Inasmuch (OI). Teams of students, faculty and staff banded together to help at 38 service project sites across Jefferson, Hamblen, Knox and Grainger counties. The intentional […]

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