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Hill House Farms – Dandridge Farmer’s Market Feature This Week

Hill House Farms – Dandridge Farmer’s Market Feature This Week

Photo: Amanda, Hill House Farms From the Farmer’s Market on Saturday, June 27, we are featuring Hill House Farms to tell us all about their delectable produce. Hill House Farms can be found at the Farmers Market or on Facebook where people can “make orders . . . or contact through their business card.” Produce […]

AEC Partners with TVA to Donate $30,000 to Douglas Cherokee Economic Authority To provide member assistance with electric bills

AEC Partners with TVA to Donate $30,000 to Douglas Cherokee Economic Authority To provide member assistance with electric bills

L/R – Kay Hale, Douglas Cherokee Economic Authority, Douglas Cherokee Economic Authority Representative, Mitch Cain, Scott Tipton, Tracy Jett and Greg Williams with AEC and Chris Quillen, TVA AEC is proud to announce that it has partnered with the Tennessee Valley Authority to award $30,000 to Douglas Cherokee Economic Authority to help the local service […]

Dandridge Farmer’s Market Fruitful In 2020 Season

Dandridge Farmer’s Market Fruitful In 2020 Season

The Farmers’ Market in downtown Dandridge was full of life Saturday! People appeared ready to get out and about and enjoy the Market. With all of the fresh, homegrown fruits and vegetables, hand-carved wooden bowls, tender cuts of meat, and scrumptious smelling baked goods, the Market offers something for everyone. The Market-goers respectfully social distanced […]

Parrott-Wood Memorial Library receives a $3,000.00 Grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation

Parrott-Wood Memorial Library receives a $3,000.00 Grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation

Front Row: Beverly Kramer, Friends of Parrott-Wood Memorial Library Treasurer. Back Row : Left to Right Elizabeth Finchum, Friends Member, and Donna Phillips, Director. Parrott-Wood Memorial Library receives a $3,000.00 Grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to Support Adult Literacy. This grant was obtained through The Friends of Parrott-Wood Memorial Library. Donna Phillips, the […]

Karissa Long Selected as Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter, NSDAR Good Citizens Award 2020

Karissa Long Selected as Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter, NSDAR Good Citizens Award 2020

Karissa Long, a recent graduate of Jefferson County High School, has been selected as the Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter, NSDAR, Good Citizens Award winner for 2020. Karen Bible, Recording Secretary and DAR Good Citizens Committee Chairman, presented the award for Long’s exemplary performance in the area of citizenship. The Good Citizens Award recipient must be […]

Jeff City Library honored with Twin Pillars Award

Jeff City Library honored with Twin Pillars Award

Carson-Newman University’s Center for Community Engagement awarded the Jefferson City Public Library the annual “Twin Pillars Community Partner of the Year” award for providing students with service-learning opportunities and showing exemplary service to the community. Pictured from left to right are library clerk Robyn Combs, Director David Phillips, and assistants Emily Shade and Melissa Bode. […]

Tennova Healthcare Urges Patients to Not Delay Emergency Care

Tennova Healthcare Urges Patients to Not Delay Emergency Care

Tennova Healthcare is urging our local community to seek emergency care when needed—without delay. If you experience a medical emergency, such as stroke symptoms or chest pain that may be a heart attack, a timely response will support the best possible outcome. Even with a limited number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in our community, Tennova hospitals have implemented […]

This Week is National Crime Victims Rights Week

This Week is National Crime Victims Rights Week

District Attorney General James B. Dunn would like to inform you that this week is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. The first Crime Victims’ Rights Week (later renamed National Crime Victims’ Rights Week) was established by Ronald Reagan in 1981 as a part of an expanding initiative to provide for victims of crimes (later manifested […]

Summit Medical Group Offers Telehealth Appointment for Current and New Patients

Summit Medical Group Offers Telehealth Appointment for Current and New Patients

Summit Medical Group, the largest primary care organization in East Tennessee, now offers telehealth appointments for current and new patients. Qualifying patients, including those with chronic disease and acute illness, can use telehealth services to meet with their primary healthcare provider through either a live video chat or phone conversation, rather than coming into a […]

MPD Officers Graduate Walters State Basic Police Academy

MPD Officers Graduate Walters State Basic 				Police Academy

Left to Right: Front Row – Bain, Cameron, Second Row – Chief Roger D. Overholt, Third Row – Alexander, Fourth Row – Reed, Fifth Row – Donahoo Walters State Community College’s Police Academy Class 115 graduated on March 24, 2020. Morristown Police Department’s (MPD) newest officers, Jason Alexander, Blake Bain, Hunter Donahoo, Michael Cameron and […]

Penny Welker, NP, Joins Tennova Medical Group

Penny Welker, NP, Joins Tennova Medical Group

Tennova Healthcare recently welcomed Penny Welker, NP, to Tennova Primary Care – Jefferson. She is accepting new patients at her office at 1004 North Highway, Suites B and C, Jefferson City. Same-day appointments are available. To schedule an appointment, call (865) 647-3400.  As a certified nurse practitioner, Welker specializes in caring for men, women and children […]

Carson-Newman exceeds expectations in preparing educators

Carson-Newman exceeds expectations in preparing educators

Carson-Newman University’s Education Department received recognition from the Tennessee State Board of Education for exceeding expectations in preparing teachers and school leaders. The University’s program was among only nine educator preparation providers across the state that achieved the designation, which is the highest performance category on the board’s annual report card. “I love the commitment […]

UT Offers Boot Camps for Farmers Market Vendors

UT Offers Boot Camps for Farmers Market Vendors

Farmers interested in marketing their products directly to consumers at farmers markets, roadside stands, CSAs and you-pick operations are encouraged to attend the Center for Profitable Agriculture’s upcoming Farmers Market Vendor Boot Camp workshops. Specialists from University of Tennessee Extension along with Tennessee Department of Agriculture staff will teach the six workshops offered across the state. […]

Fourth Anniversary of Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Fourth Anniversary of Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Photo Left/Right – Guest speaker at the MDW NSDAR Fourth Anniversary Meeting was Charlotte Miller, TSDAR Speaker Staff member. Current and former regents in attendance were Ruth Davis, Past Regent, Spencer Clack Chapter; Wilma Zavona, Regent, Spencer Clack Chapter; Joyce Damon, Regent, Samuel Doak Chapter; Jane Chambers, Regent, MDW Chapter; Ellie Betts, Past Regent, Samuel […]

Chestnut Hill VFD Receives Help From Modern Woodmen of America

Chestnut Hill VFD Receives Help From Modern Woodmen of America

MWA representative Richard Hall presenting check to CHVFD fire chief Steve Shultz and other firefighters and family members. The Dandridge Chapter of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial recently helped the Chestnut Hill Volunteer Fire Department with their 2019 successful fall fundraiser. MWA matched the first $1,750 the fire department raised.

Modern Woodmen With An Assist To JCHS Girls and Boys Basketball

Modern Woodmen With An Assist To JCHS Girls and Boys Basketball

Modern Woodmen recently helped both JCHS Girls and Boys Basketball Teams raise funds for their current season. The girls sold donut vouchers and the boys held a bake sale at The Mossy Creek Station Festival.

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