Freeze warning issued for area; crops, fruit trees may be harmed by cold temperatures

Freeze warning issued for area; crops, fruit trees may be harmed by cold temperatures

Cold temperatures tonight and Saturday night could damage already planted crops and flowering fruit trees according to the National Weather Service. The NWS issued a ... Read more

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Sabine Hill restoration on schedule despite weather delays

Work on the historic Sabine Hill house is progressing as planned and is expected to be finished in time for a grand opening later this ... Read more

  1. EPD makes two arrests after string of car burglaries
  2. Roan Mountain park to hold Easter Egg Hunt
  3. Committee approves Insure Tennessee

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Fundraising campaign planned for finish Tweetsie Trail

Members of the Tweetsie Trail Task Force are ready to move forward to complete the Tweetsie Trail and soon may be asking for the public’s ... Read more

Fiber artists to display, sell works at Sycamore Shoals

  This Saturday, the Overmountain Weavers Guild Fibers Show and Sale will be held at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park. The show will feature dozens ... Read more

Weekend cold front to put Spring on pause

“Dogwood Winter” and “Blackberry Winter” are colloquial terms used throughout the South to refer to a cold snap that happens during spring — something our ... Read more

Cloudland FFA wins T-shirt design contest

Cloudland High School’s chapter of Future Farmers of America blew their competition out of the water, winning the national organization’s annual t-shirt contest. The Cloudland ... Read more

  1. Elizabethton’s Helen Walton Award winning Walmart gives back to school in honor of Bethany Holder
  2. Getting caught up in Charlotte’s Web
  3. Milligan water line break cuts off water to hundreds of homes Tuesday
  4. In their Easter bonnets
  5. R-E-S-P-E-C-T : Miss Tennessee tells students what that character trait means to her
  6. Historic Zoning Commission considers offering incentives to property owners
  7. Panel votes to explore new trail project
  8. Water line break interrupts service in Central, Milligan communities
  9. 237 days: That’s a long wait for a forever home
  10. East Side kindergarten teacher loves working with “the little ones”
  11. 2-county police chase ends in Stoney Creek man’s arrest
  12. Missouri couple travel country working at campgrounds
  13. Former Elizabethton attorney, public defeder David Bautista dies
  14. Several car burglaries reported in city
  15. Rotary rules bean dinner a tasty success
  16. Fire chief makes call to take on new role

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