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October 20th, 2013 11:00 am by Staff reports

Stories you may have missed

Photo Gallery: Rogersville Heritage Days 2013

The 34th edition of Rogersville Heritage Days was held last weekend featuring the food, crafts, live entertainment and other family activities that have made it among the most popular events in the state.

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Kingsport woman seriously injured in Stone Drive wreck

A Kingsport woman was seriously injured last Saturday evening in a two-vehicle collision on West Stone Drive.

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DCS tackles 'toughest job in state government'

A 26-year-old mother with pink highlights in her hair appeared visibly nervous as she spoke to Chris Franklin outside a small rundown house on a ridge in Hancock County near the Tennessee-Virginia border.

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Interstate 81 crash sends three teenagers to area hospitals

A single-vehicle crash sent three teenagers to area hospitals last Saturday night.

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'Duck Dynasty' star rescheduling Viking Hall appearance 

Local fans of A&E’s hit television show “Duck Dynasty” probably won’t be happy, happy, happy about the rescheduling of Duck Commander CEO Willie Robertson’s speaking engagement at Viking Hall Civic Center in Bristol.

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Filming to begin Saturday on the cinematic adaptation of Adriana Trigiani's novel, 'Big Stone Gap'

Filming is to begin Saturday and continue through around the middle of next month on the cinematic adaptation of Adriana Trigiani's novel, 'Big Stone Gap,'

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At 34 weeks pregnant, she was diagnosed with breast cancer 

Tonya Fields used to love October — the change of seasons, the cooler weather, her son’s birthday. Now, October, with its pink ribbons and pink shirts, is simply a reminder of the worst thing to ever happen to her.

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Football time in Thunder Valley: Vols, Hokies to meet in 2016 in 'Battle at Bristol'

After years of speculation and negotiation, what was once a dream for many area college football fans finally became a reality on Monday.

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Trauma surgeon starts new fund to save lives

Holston Valley Medical Center’s Level I Trauma Center is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a gift from one of its own.

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Downtown Kingsport's 'road diet' plan may be amended

 A project to thin down Center Street through downtown Kingsport might be amended to include closure of Wexler Street.

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