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Theresa Beckley and Johnathan Dodd Make Deans List, Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies

Theresa Beckley and Johnathan Dodd Make Deans List, Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies

Over 350 students from across the country are being recognized for their academic accomplishments at Bethel University. Dr. Kimberly Martin, Bethel University Vice President, announced the College of Professional Studies Dean’s List for the term ending Sept. 30, 2020.  Martin commented, “Our College of Professional Studies Dean’s List students work so hard to maintain top […]

Rescue 180 Honors Law Enforcement During Red Ribbon Week

Rescue 180 Honors Law Enforcement During Red Ribbon Week

Left to right: Alesha Graves, Peer Recovery; Rebekka Whaley, TBI’s Drug Endangered Children Coordinator; Rev. Debra Shultz, Director of Rescue 180, Keith Shultz, Assistant Director; Ashley Carter, Office Manager. – Photo submitted by Rev. Debra Shultz Rescue 180 honored our law enforcement by participating in Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and drug violence prevention awareness campaign […]

Smoky Mountain Service Dogs at MDW NSDAR Meeting

Smoky Mountain Service Dogs at MDW NSDAR Meeting

MDW Treasurer Wendy Randolph presents a $231.50 check to Canine Ambassador Hooligan and SMSD Board Member Laurie Birt for the benefit of physical mobility challenged veterans. Laurie Birt, at-large member of the Board of Directors, and Hooligan, canine ambassador, for Smoky Mountain Service Dogs (SMSD) informed and entertained the Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter (MDW), National […]

LeAnn Sutton Joins 2020-2021 Class of Appalachian Leadership Institute

LeAnn Sutton Joins 2020-2021 Class of Appalachian Leadership Institute

It’s an exclusive group, and White Pine resident LeAnn Sutton has been tapped to be a part of it. As Key Accounts Coordinator for AEC, Sutton has recently been named by the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) as a 2020-2021 Appalachian Leadership Institute (ALI) Fellow. Every year, more than one hundred highly-qualified individuals apply to be […]

Carson-Newman nursing students receive ‘Blessing of the Hands’

Carson-Newman nursing students receive ‘Blessing of the Hands’

JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. — Carson-Newman University’s Nursing Department held its fall 2020 “Blessing of the Hands” ceremony Oct. 8. The ceremony was held in the University’s Thomas Recital Hall.  Born from The Arnold P. Gold Foundation’s “White Coat Ceremony,” the event serves as a rite of passage to emphasize the importance of compassionate patient care […]

Tennova Medical Group Says: Flu Shots More Important Than Ever This Year Flu vaccinations for all family members 6 months and older can prevent serious illness

Tennova Medical Group Says: Flu Shots More Important Than Ever This Year Flu vaccinations for all family members 6 months and older can prevent serious illness

Tennova Medical Group is encouraging everyone age 6 months and older to get a flu shot this fall. The flu shot is a safe, proven way to lower the risk of getting influenza, which can cause a severe upper respiratory illness. The COVID-19 pandemic makes getting a flu shot—and taking every precaution possible to avoid the […]

Preserving Pumpkins – How To Make Them Last

Preserving Pumpkins – How To Make Them Last

With Halloween approaching, it is expected that there will be Jack-o’-lanterns around every corner. But by the time Halloween is actually upon us, many of the pumpkins have withered and molded from the long exposure through fall. So how do we keep our pumpkins fresh through the long months? When choosing a pumpkin it is […]

College fair to feature more than 20 regional institutions

College fair to feature more than 20 regional institutions

Carson-Newman University Assistant Director of Freshmen Admissions Spenser Smith and Admissions Representative Jessi Hesseldahl give a “talons up” gesture from behind a display of admissions materials like those that will be available from more than 20 institutions at the Oct. 1 college fair. High school students have the opportunity to learn more about many of […]

Constitution Week and 19th Amendment Exhibit

Constitution Week and 19th Amendment Exhibit

Constitution Day, September 17, 2020, marks the 233rd Anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution by 39 delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787. Members of the Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter (MDW), National Society Daughters of the Revolution (NSDAR), were on hand today as Jefferson County Mayor Mark Potts honored the signing […]

Carson-Newman Ranked Among Top Universities In The Nation

Carson-Newman Ranked Among Top Universities In The Nation

Carson-Newman University students, from left, Jazlyn Verner, a junior from Memphis, Tigist Maxson, a sophomore from Lynchburg, Va., Faith Marable, a junior from Murfreesboro, and Michaela Goodman, a sophomore from Athens, show their school spirit with the University’s “talons up” gesture. U.S. News & World Report ranked Carson-Newman among the top universities in the nation […]

LeConte Medical Center Named a Best Maternity Hospital by Newsweek

LeConte Medical Center Named a Best Maternity Hospital by Newsweek

LeConte Medical Center is named among “Best Maternity Hospitals 2020” by Newsweek. The distinction was awarded to 231 facilities in 36 states and LeConte Medical Center is one of only four hospitals in Tennessee to be included. Newsweek partnered with The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit organization that reports on the safety and quality performance […]

Carson-Newman Professor To Cycle 100 Miles For Local Ministry

Carson-Newman Professor To Cycle 100 Miles For Local Ministry

Dr. Joshua Zink, an assistant professor of music at Carson-Newman University, will cycle some 100 miles on Oct. 3 to raise donations for C-N’s Appalachian Outreach ministry. All of the funds raised will go to support AO’s efforts of helping those in need.  Everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. For some, it has been a […]

Carson-Newman recognizes faculty, staff with high honors

Carson-Newman recognizes faculty, staff with high honors

Carson-Newman University’s Dr. Clark Measels, second from right, receives the 2020 Distinguished Faculty medallion from the 2019 recipient, Dr. Bruce Kocour. Also pictured are University Provost Jeremy Buckner, at left, and President Charles A. Fowler, at right. Carson-Newman University presented the institution’s most prestigious faculty and staff recognitions during an Aug. 13 Faculty & Staff […]

Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter (MDW), National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), officers for 2020-2021

Martha Dandridge Washington Chapter (MDW), National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), officers for 2020-2021

MDW NSDAR officers for the 2020-2021 service year include (l to r) Treasurer Wendy Randolph, Librarian Katie Schmidt, Registrar Karen McFarland, Recording Secretary Karen Bible, Regent Jane Chambers, Corresponding Secretary Jane Busdeker, Historian Jamie Snyder, Chaplain Elizabeth Finchum, and Parliamentarian Ellie Betts. The photo was taken in the Revolutionary War Cemetery in Dandridge. – Photo by Jeff Depew MDW NSDAR […]

Duran Langan Wedding

Duran Langan Wedding

Mr. Jesse Duran of Yorkville, IL & Miss Lauren N. Langan of New Market, TN said their vows amongst loved ones on June 20th, 2020. The bride is the daughter of Elizabeth A. (Elmore) Langan & James A. Langan. She is the grandaughter of J. Phillip Elmore & Opal M. (Spears) Elmore of New Market, […]

Jeanne Bohrer, M.D., joins Summit Medical Group

Jeanne Bohrer, M.D., joins Summit Medical Group

Dr. Jeanne Bohrer has joined Summit Medical Group at Newport as a pediatrician and currently is accepting new patients. Dr. Bohrer specializes in the diagnosis, management and treatment of acute and chronic medical conditions and pediatrics. She is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP). Before joining Summit Medical Group at Newport, Dr. Bohrer […]