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Husband plans second wedding for wife who lost her memory

A Southwest Virginia man wants to give his wife a wedding she will never forget after a head injury wiped away here memory.

NAACP praises Common Core at Johnson City public forum

A public forum in Johnson City was held at the Carver Recreation Center Thursday, May 28th to discuss Common Core.

Public invited to help plan Greeneville future

The Town of Greeneville is working on a more structured plan for its development, and planners want the public's input.

Greene County school budget includes 3% raise for employees

Plans for Greene County schools next year came down to a vote Thursday night.

Carter family music at Carter Family Fold, Barter Theatre

The Carters are the First Family of Country Music and their story is being performed as a play in two special locations, between now and mid-July.

Police work to resolve mental health transportation issues

Mental health improvements have created an unanticipated financial burden on agencies outside the system.

Washington Co. 4 H brings kids to the Appalachian Fairgrounds

They learned about cooking both outdoors and indoors.
Some kids learned how to make a lamp, and some learned about making speedy ice cream.

Celebration for the kids at Carver Rec Center

The kids came out for burgers and hot dogs, and just have some fun to celebrate another school year in the books.

New school plan raises concerns in Washington County

A new school proposed by the Washington County, Tennessee School Board is raising concerns throughout the county.

Unlicensed clinic won't open, despite try

An unlicensed clinic tried to set up shop this week in Elizabethton, but it didn’t get far. It didn’t file a business license with Carter County, and it also didn’t get licensed by the state.

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