Are they feeling any pressure? "I wouldn't say pressure because we know we're good,” said team co-captain Jaden-Ann Fraser. “It's just we're excited about showing that to everybody else."
Back in February on a cold morning, the two Kingsport City Schools employees picked up a 4 boy who was wearing only underwear and walking along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive — approaching the intersection with South Wilcox Drive.
The Raptor system uses identification cards, most commonly driver’s licenses, to screen those entering school to check for things such as sex offender status and custody order.
Do you recognize these famous folks? Second-grade students at Nickelsville Elementary School put their creativity on display with a unique project highlighting the movers and shakers – from politics to pop culture – in today’s world.
Nearly two-thirds (64 percent) of all municipalities use at-large elections in some way. At-large elections tend to be more popular in small cities and more affluent areas
Caroline Clark recently became the first female commander of the Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps at South in more that four years.
Although some days were lost after a blizzard in December, the big culprits that kept students at home last month were rain and mud, which cost six days and put the system over its limit.
A student from Kingsport’s Sevier Middle School has won a first-place award in a history contest held at Tusculum University, meaning he will move forward to a Tennessee competition.
Meeting Sunday’s completion goal will depend on volunteer turnout, not rain, according to those involved with the project.
Southwest Virginia faces a declining coal economy and population loss as people leave the region to find work, according to University of Virginia President James Ryan, but the region’s school systems and teachers are still fighting the odds.
Students at Mount Carmel Elementary were given an opportunity last week to sample exotic cuisine from the Far East — as in the far east side of Kingsport, thanks to a special visit from managers and staff of the Panda Express restaurant.
Gov. Ralph Northam signed House Bill 1666 into law Wednesday, giving UVa-Wise the ability to offer in-state tuition levels to qualifying students in the federal Appalachian Regional Commission’s service area. That area covers all of West Virginia and parts of 11 more eastern and southern Appalachian states from New York to Mississippi.
Northeast State Community College will leverage the grant to secure the required equipment and align the College’s Aviation Technology curriculum to Federal Aviation Administration standards and industry needs.
R.J. Goins, a junior at Rye Cove High School in Duffield, recently earned a gold medal in the 2019 Virginia High School League Class 2 500 freestyle swimming competition.
The Board also went on the record against director retention legislation, and received negative public feedback on airborne mold testing.