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Self is charged with first-degree murder in the 2010 shooting death of his dad and former Greeneville police officer 46-year-old Roger Self.
Rachel Milford will present two classes on herbs during May. They are "Making Medicinal Tinctures," where students will learn the medicinal properties of herbs such as garlic, dandelion, root, red clover and more, and "Healing Illness Through the Gut with Medicinal Herbs and Food," with a class discussion on how digestive health plays a part in ... (more)
Colorful irises can be spotted throughout Greeneville-Greene County, just in time for the annual Iris Festival, which will be held this weekend in downtown Greeneville.
Sun Photo By Sarah Gregory Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett comments about site plans for expansion of the Walters State Community College campus in downtown Greeneville.
Photos by Brian Cutshall. North Greene High School held its prom at Link Hills Country Club in Greeneville on Saturday night.
Sun Photo by O.J. Early Vision 20/20 Organizational Effectiveness action group member Jancie Painter, right, offers ideas about implementing a community calendar of events for Greeneville as City Administrator Todd Smith, left, the group's facilitator, looks on.
Sun photo by Darren Reese Greeneville businessman and NHRA world champion driver Allen Johnson, at right, is greeted by Greeneville businessman Kent Bewley, at left, during the 2013 Junior Achievement Tri-Cities Business Hall of Fame ceremony at the MeadowView Conference and Resort Center in Kingsport.
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER The state Court of Criminal Appeals last week denied the appeal of a Bulls Gap woman convicted of aggravated assault for firing a weapon near Greeneville Light & Power System contractors who were spraying herbicide in the area of her home on Stone Mountain Road in 2009.
Sun Photo by O.J. Early Darren Reese, left, Sports Editor of The Greeneville Sun, and Brian Cutshall, Director of Online Operations for the Sun, each received two first-place awards in the 2013 Tennessee Associated Press Media Editors competition.
Sun Photo By Kristen Buckles Sensory overload: Julia Graham, at left, shies away from smelling a potent cow feed mixture presented to her by fellow Ottway Elementary School third-grader Destiny Hale during Tuesday's "Kids Day on the Farm" at the University of Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center.
While Jake is patiently waiting for a loving home, Curly has found a "furever" home, where he will get lots of love, said Janet Medcalf of the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society.
BY SARAH GREGORY STAFF WRITER Students in the Greeneville City School system -- like their counterparts in Greene County Schools and all of Tennessee -- will soon see "much more rigorous" testing, and local school administrators expect the impact to be extremely challenging for all involved.