Ridgeview and the weather were the big winners Saturday in the Mountain 7 District softball tournament semifinals at Battle Hill.
After not having an ideal start to the day — finishing fourth in the high jump (4-8) and sixth in the triple jump (31-0.5) — J.I. Burton junior Lydia Blair-James successfully defended her 100-meter hurdles (16.59) and 300 hurdles (49.71) championships.
It’s funny how one short, simplistic book can change your perspective on life. I’m referring to “Everything, Everything,” the 2015 debut novel by young adult author Nicola Yoon. The book is what I like to refer to as a fast-paced beach read, but unlike many others of its kind, this one speaks a powerful message.
Nik Williams raced to his third win in a row Friday night at Kingsport Speedway even after a couple of early incidents put him at the back of the field.
The VHSL Region 1D track and field championships took place on Saturday afternoon in Coeburn. Several area athletes showed their stuff and qualified for the Class 1 meet in two weeks in Elkton.
PHOTO GALLERY: With 25 BBQ competitors vying to top honors, there were a few attempts at unconventional flare. For example, last year's "best Ribs" champions were offering a "BBQ Sundae": beans, slaw and pulled pork in a sundae cup topped with sauce.
Back for a second year, KKB’s Homegrown Gardening Series launched last weekend at the Kingsport Farmers Market. Robin Cleary, executive director of KKB, said the series will offer something for beginners and those who already have an interest in gardening.
Set in the 1940s and drawn from local and regional stories, the play focuses on several real-life heroes and heroines, both overseas and on the home front, facing difficult experiences, life-changing choices, and tough love born of hard times.
After 10 years of expressing no opinions and making no waves on Facebook, I made the mistake of questioning President Trump's decision give Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Within 10 minutes my Facebook feed was exploding with a deluge of rage and hatred.
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The Clinch River Days festival enters its third decade Thursday with music, art, crafts, environmental awareness, history, games, food, wrestling and more.
A wide range of student accomplishments were the focus of the Board of Education at its regular meeting Tuesday.
Science Hill’s baseball team is headed back to the TSSAA Class AAA tournament after a wild win over Hardin Valley on Friday.
Scoring nearly a dozen runs will usually win a ballgame, but it didn’t Friday night at Sullivan East. And now the Lady Patriots and their magical 2019 softball season are done.
Thomas Walker pulled off an 8-4 upset of Twin Springs on Friday in the consolation game of the Cumberland District tournament at Alumni Stadium.