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Golf tournament to benefit SW Va. cancer patients

Golf tournament to benefit SW Va. cancer patients

August 5th, 2013 11:13 pm by Stephen Igo

One needn’t be a Tiger Woods to take the sort of strokes that can make an impact on the leaderboard this Friday at Lonesome Pine Country Club near Big Stone Gap.

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Despite town’s problems, some Pennington Gap residents aren’t giving up

Despite town’s problems, some Pennington Gap residents aren’t giving up

August 5th, 2013 7:29 pm by Nick Shepherd

Even though Pennington Gap has a host of problems — no jobs, high poverty level, drug abuse — there are still people who refuse to give up on the town they call home. One of those people sits in the highest elected office in town, the mayor’s office.

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Velvet Blue to headline Aug. 9 Bluegrass on Broad

Velvet Blue to headline Aug. 9 Bluegrass on Broad

August 5th, 2013 2:06 pm by Staff Report

Organizers of Bluegrass on Broad concert series received word late Friday night that the English bluegrass group Mardi Grass, which was scheduled to perform Aug. 9, has disbanded and will not fulfill any more of its scheduled appearances.

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History for Kingsport: Muriel C. Spoden Collection testament to one woman’s love of city’s past

History for Kingsport: Muriel C. Spoden Collection testament to one woman’s love of city’s past

August 3rd, 2013 11:59 pm by Leigh Ann Laube

Muriel C. Spoden was an avid local historian and genealogist, amassing a huge collection of letters, ledgers, journals, photographs, scrapbooks and other items related to Kingsport. That collection has been organized by the City of Kingsport Archives.

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Lack of jobs leaves Pennington Gap struggling to survive

Lack of jobs leaves Pennington Gap struggling to survive - VIDEO

August 3rd, 2013 11:25 pm by Nick Shepherd

Pennington Gap resembles every other small town in America. But look closer and cracks begin to form. Windows are boarded up, businesses sit empty and houses are falling apart.

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Vince Staten: Joan Roesgen could make even a Sewer Board meeting story interesting premium content

August 3rd, 2013 11:04 pm by VINCE STATEN

There have been a lot of talented people work at this newspaper over the years. But none had more talent than Joan Roesgen.

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Barbershop send students back to school in style

Barbershop send students back to school in style

August 2nd, 2013 6:30 pm by David Grace

Carew Cuts Barbershop owners gave free haircuts to area students on Friday.

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Scrapbook Gallery: Week of July 28

August 2nd, 2013 4:00 pm by Sunday Scrapbook

Our weekly Scrapbook Gallery features a collection of photos submitted by various readers. Many of the photos also appeared in the print edition of the Sunday Stories section of the Sunday newspaper on July 28.

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The Band Perry to visit fans in Greeneville Aug. 6

The Band Perry to visit fans in Greeneville Aug. 6

August 2nd, 2013 9:58 am by Staff Report

Superstar sibling trio, The Band Perry, will return to their hometown of Greeneville, on Tuesday, Aug. 6, to meet with fans and sign copies of their heralded sophomore album “Pioneer.”

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Fresh from the Farm:  The Cows Are Out Dairy earned its name

Fresh from the Farm: The Cows Are Out Dairy earned its name

August 1st, 2013 3:42 pm by Katina Rose

A dairy farmer’s work is never done, but when you get the face-to-face interaction with customers enjoying your product, the work becomes rewarding, according to Amy Tilley-Tipton.

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