Kingsport Times News Sunday, August 30, 2015
Community Sunday Stories
Mission remains the same for Kingsport Area Safety Council

Mission remains the same for Kingsport Area Safety Council

June 22nd, 2015 8:30 pm by Collin Brooks

This year marks the 70th year that members of the Kingsport Area Safety Council have been going above and beyond to make sure that the city they enjoy is able to be enjoyed safely.

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Ministries join forces to help assist recovering addicts

Ministries join forces to help assist recovering addicts

June 22nd, 2015 4:30 pm by Tanja Moody

Working toward a common goal has spearheaded the merging of two local recovery ministries, each serving a different area.

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Community Sports Live Sunday Stories
K-Mets Celebrating 35th Season in Kingsport

K-Mets Celebrating 35th Season in Kingsport

June 21st, 2015 10:00 am by Collin Brooks

Going to a minor league ball park is an experience like none other, as fans have the ability to rub elbows with players that some day might play on baseball's biggest stage.

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Contact Concern's new executive director is no stranger to the area

Contact Concern's new executive director is no stranger to the area

June 20th, 2015 5:00 pm by Katherine Scoggins

Last month, the Board of Directors of Contact Concern/2-1-1 of Northeast Tennessee announced the hiring of Margaret Counts Kirk as its new Executive Director.

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Folks You Should Know: Deep-rooted love of photography is in Ann Fortney's blood

Folks You Should Know: Deep-rooted love of photography is in Ann Fortney's blood

June 20th, 2015 10:00 am by Michele Giarrusso

A Kingsport native, Ann Fortney was raised in a family where photography was loved not only as a family business, but as a family hobby and art form.

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Community Photos Sunday Stories

Scrapbook Gallery: Week of June 14

June 19th, 2015 7:00 pm by Sunday Scrapbook

Each week, our Scrapbook Gallery features a collection of photos submitted by various readers. Some of the photos featured here also appeared in the June 14 edition of Sunday Stories.

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Historic Places: Sycamore Shoals offers a glimpse into pioneer life

Historic Places: Sycamore Shoals offers a glimpse into pioneer life

June 18th, 2015 3:30 pm by Chelsey Bishop

Sycamore Shoals is also well known for the Muster of the Overmountain Men in 1780, during the American Revolution. Today, it is a state historic park with a visitors center, interactive museum, bookstore and gift shop.

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Community Education Sunday Stories
A Life Well Lived: Dave Mason had a genuine love for people

A Life Well Lived: Dave Mason had a genuine love for people

June 17th, 2015 1:45 pm by Tanja Moody

David began his 32-year education career teaching and being an assistant coach in Rich Valley, Va. When a head coach position became available in Gate City, he applied and got it. He spent 29 years as a teacher and coach in Gate City.

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Community Photos Sunday Stories
Sincerely, Susan: Art, authors and more

Sincerely, Susan: Art, authors and more

June 17th, 2015 10:00 am by Susan Kendrick Lauhoff

Art, authors and more keep things hopping as summer starts to heat up.

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Community Sunday Stories
Kingsport Corps of The Salvation Army Goes Green

Kingsport Corps of The Salvation Army Goes Green

June 16th, 2015 6:00 pm by Amanda J. Vicars

The plastic "money" conserved through the simple steps of saving grocery bags and dropping them off at designated locations in the region is a way for people to help those in need without having to spend the hard-earned wages out of their own pocket.

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