Ad Spot

TCAT students inducted into National Tech Society

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Elizabethton has announced the spring trimester National Technical Society inductees. To be a member of the NTS, students must have a 95 grade point average, no unapproved absences, and be recommended by a faulty member.
Inductees include: Cyrstal Carver, phlebotomy, Carter County; Travis Durham, phlebotomy, Hawkins County; Sara Elliott, phlebotomy, Carter County; Destanie Eubanks, AOT, Sullivan County; Sable Gonzales, practical nursing, Carter County; Jayla Hampton, phlebotomy, Washington County; Linda Hampton, phlebotomy, Washington County; Destiny Little, phlebotomy, Carter County; Jesse McCarter, AOT, Sullivan County; Jacklyn McClellan, practical nursing, Sullivan County; Austin Morefield, phlebotomy, Johnson County; Fanessa Schneider, phlebotomy, Carter County; Delilah Stewart, AOT, Johnson County; and Jacob Williams, AOT, Washington County.

Local news

The makings of a beautiful park… Cooke family donation will be a ‘jewel’ for the Tweetsie Trail

Local news

Prepping for a new firehouse…

Arrests

Seven men arrested, charged in Erwin human trafficking operation

Community

Viola Baker celebrates 90th birthday on June 5

Local news

Carter County is a wee bit older than Tennessee

Local news

United Way hosts breakfast to kick off annual Week of Caring events

Local news

Jonesborough Days returns 4th of July Weekend

Columns

What makes a hero?

Local news

Ballad Health and STRONG Accountable Care Community partner with Unite Us  

Local news

A smoldering topic… City Council hears more response concerning car show

Local news

Annual free fishing  for kids

Local news

TDEC announces $500,000 grant for City’s Covered Bridge Park

Local news

Stoney Creek Fire Dept. hosts ‘Go topless in Stoney Creek’ Jeep Poker Run

Church News

Decoration Day at Lyons Cemetery

Church News

Church Briefs

Church News

What would you do if arrested for talking about God?

Church News

Being mindful of God and others

Local news

Elizabethton/Carter County Animal Shelter board charged to reduce budget numbers

Local news

United Way gives out three $10,000 grants to local non-profits

Local news

Free Fishing Day Saturday

News

Testimony: Professor noted ties to China in reports

Local news

ETSU Radiologic Science Program celebrates pass rates, job placements

Local news

Mentors needed for TN Promise

Local news

Signs of a good pulse… Community’s heartbeat showing a positive sign of rebounding life