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Haslam names Kingsport a pilot community in new health initiative

Haslam names Kingsport a pilot community in new health initiative

March 11th, 2015 3:13 pm by Nick Shepherd

"One of the reasons Kingsport was chosen was because of our infrastructure and policies," said Heather Cook, Executive Director of Healthy Kingsport. "Hopefully we can be a model city for other cities across the state."

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A Life Well Lived: Daisy Wells Lambert had the heart of a servant

A Life Well Lived: Daisy Wells Lambert had the heart of a servant

March 11th, 2015 12:30 pm by Katherine Scoggins

Daisy Wells ("Granny") was born Sept. 15, 1914, the fifth of seven children born to William and Ava Wells. In her lifetime, she was a writer, a missionary and a friend. However, the greatest of all these was that she was a servant.

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Sincerely, Susan: Kudos for Good Deeds, Local Talent & St. Patrick's Day!

Sincerely, Susan: Kudos for Good Deeds, Local Talent & St. Patrick's Day!

March 11th, 2015 10:00 am by Susan Kendrick Lauhoff

Looking forward to spring flowers, St. Patty's Day and more.

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Set it and forget about it - Times-News readers share slow-cooker favorites

Set it and forget about it - Times-News readers share slow-cooker favorites

March 11th, 2015 10:00 am by Staff Report

Slow cookers can be a busy cook's best friend, so when life gets hectic, drag yours out of the pantry, blow off the dust and try one of the dozens of slow-cooker recipes shared by Times-News readers.

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Couple rescue puppy in garbage bag dumped on the side of Hawkins road

Couple rescue puppy in garbage bag dumped on the side of Hawkins road - VIDEO

March 10th, 2015 10:42 pm by Jeff Bobo

Around noon Tuesday a couple passing by Kincaid Church on Blevins Road near the Stanley Valley Road intersection noticed something moving inside a white "Hefty" garbage bag on the side of the road.

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Photos: Kingsport seniors run pets through dog show

Photos: Kingsport seniors run pets through dog show

March 10th, 2015 2:55 pm by David Grace

The Kingsport Senior Center held their annual dog show on Tuesday at the Renaissance Center. The contest featured 12 dogs and their handlers, vying for a variety of titles.

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Folks You Should Know: Holston Lady Eagles excelled on - and off - the court

Folks You Should Know: Holston Lady Eagles excelled on - and off - the court

March 10th, 2015 2:30 pm by Collin Brooks

A special group of girls accomplished a very special feat earlier this month, as the Holston Middle School girls basketball team brought home the school's first-ever TMSAA Girls Class AA East Sectional Championship.

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Dutch group seeking photo of WWII Hawkins soldier

Dutch group seeking photo of WWII Hawkins soldier

March 10th, 2015 2:00 pm by Jeff Bobo

A foundation that "adopts" U.S. military graves in the Netherlands is working to put faces alongside the more than 10,000 names (including one Hawkins County native) carved in stone at a WWII cemetery and memorial in Margraten.

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Tennessee looks at school systems' administrative costs

Tennessee looks at school systems' administrative costs

March 10th, 2015 9:57 am by Rick Wagner

Northeast Tennessee public schools systems' administrative costs as a percentage of operating budgets vary from 7.2 percent in Washington County to 13.3 percent for Rogersville City School, according to a just-released report.

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Upcoming Events as of March 9

Upcoming Events as of March 9

March 9th, 2015 8:45 pm by Staff Report

To list an event, email the Sports Department at sports@timesnews.net, fax the information to (423) 392-1385, or contact the Sports Department after 5 p.m. at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328 ext. 323.

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