10 hrs ago
Knoxville News Sentinel
Private Harris returns Nearly 70 years after he was killed fighting...
Delta Air Lines worker Terri Frederick shows her respect as the casket carrying the remains of U.S. Army Pfc.
13 hrs ago
Report on Tennessee teen inmate suicides released
A new report says two teenagers who hanged themselves at a youth detention center in East Tennessee had shown a history of suicidal behavior.
22 hrs ago
Old-time music brings the Laurel community together
Old-Time music rang out in the 'hollers' of Laurel Bloomery once again for the 89th annual Old-Time Fiddlers Convention.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Governor's Books From Birth Launches 10th Anniversary Month Long Statewide Bus Tour Today
The Governor's Books from Birth Foundation is launching its "Books from Birth 10th Anniversary Tour" today at the Johnson County Library in Mountain City from 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The forty-five foot decorated touring coach will visit more than 50 Tennessee counties and conclude the tour at the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville on Sept.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
New Community Hope Fellowship opens doors
Johnson County is welcoming a new church to our area with the opening of Community Hope Fellowship, located at 1923 Highway 421 near the county bus garage.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Daniel Boone frequently made his way thrugh Johnson County
Daniel Boone is a familiar name to many Americans. It is a very familiar name to folks who live in Johnson County or the surrounding area.
City Council searching for home for Farmers Market
The members of the Mountain City Board of Mayor and Aldermen clarified their stance on several ongoing issues last Tuesday, with Alderman Kenny Icenhour kicking things off by clearing the air on the council's recent controversial decision to deny the placement of a large open air pavilion in Ralph Stout Park to serve as the permanent home of the ... (more)
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Barlow/Sutton event raises money for scholarship fund
A flood of multi-colored motorcycles and muscle cars crowded Main Street on August 1, 2014, to support the fourth annual Joe Barlow and Kim Sutton Memorial Event.
Watauga Elementary to hold reunion August 9th
This year will mark the 25th anniversary of Old Butler Days, and while there are several special events planned to celebrate the unique story of the former city beneath Watauga Lake, there are also some very special plans to commemorate the more recent history of New Butler as well.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
Business & Heritage Clarksville
Governor's Conference to highlight "The Tennessee Story"
The 61st Annual Governor's Conference on Economic and Community Development will be held November 13-14 at the Renaissance Hotel in Nashville.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Knoxville News Sentinel
18-year-old treated after attempted hanging 18-year-old treated after ...
The 18-year-old inmate was found around 9:30 a.m., said Rob Johnson, spokesman for the state Department of Children's Services.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Royston exercises her new right to vote
The right to vote is one of our most important rights as American citizens but also one that many people take for granted.
Johnson County offers multiple ways for volunteers to serve
Tennessee has been known as The Volunteer State since The War of 1812. Being known as The Volunteer State, it is no surprise that Tennesseans have a great spirit of community and longing to help others.
A fallen hero is welcomed home
A memorial service was held in honor of PFC Cecil Harris on Thursday, July 24 at the National Guard Armory in Mountain City.