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Sunday Stories

SportsLive offers new opportunities for teams, leagues and fans

May 3rd, 2012 1:22 pm by Staff Report

There is a new and exciting venue for sports fans in the local community.

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Sunday Stories

Unsung Heroes: The Trifecta of Volunteers

May 3rd, 2012 1:16 pm by Staff Report

Dressed in their 1850s regalia, it could be said that Eleanor deNobriga, Billee Moore and Suzanne Burow share a certain style. Their 'work clothes' lean to floral prints in serviceable cotton, bonnets and work shoes - not something you'll find on the red

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Sunday Stories

Unsung Heroes: City landscaping crew covers a lot of ground

April 30th, 2012 9:24 am by Staff Report

It is easy to take beautiful scenery and tree-lined streets for granted when you look at them every day. Sometimes it takes the eyes of a visitor, or a return home from a trip, to appreciate our surroundings in the City of Kingsport.

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Sunday Stories

The Bagel Exchange brings slice of Big Apple to Downtown Kingsport

April 30th, 2012 9:24 am by Staff Report

Keith Cunningham loved his job and had 20 years under his holster before retiring as a captain in the counter-terrorism division with the New York City Police Department. It was the almost 2.5 hours one-way commute from Long Island each work day that allo

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Sunday Stories

WinShape Camp for Communities coming to Kingsport this summer

April 27th, 2012 4:33 pm by Staff Report

There is an exciting new camp for children coming to Kingsport this summer.

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Sunday Stories

Agency Spotlight: CASA for Kids, Inc.

April 27th, 2012 4:31 pm by Staff Report

CASA for Kids, Inc., is an agency member of The United Way of Kingsport. CASA's mission is to advocate for abused/neglected children appointed to us through the juvenile court.

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Sunday Stories

Scrapbook Flashback: Readers invited to share 1982 World's Fair pictures

April 25th, 2012 9:35 am by Carmen Musick

Can you believe it's been 30 years since more than 11 million visitors poured into East Tennessee for the 1982 World's Fair? Well, it has.

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Sunday Stories

Folks You Should Know: Lyle Egan

April 25th, 2012 9:27 am by Staff Report

While a lot of seniors in their late 80s might enjoy spending the day relaxing in their rocking chairs, Lyle Egan of Kingsport is preparing to return to Maggard's Recording Studio in Big Stone Gap, Va., to record his third (and fourth) CDs.

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Sunday Stories

Going Places: Appalachian Caverns

April 25th, 2012 9:25 am by Staff Report

During this time of year in Northeast Tennessee, we are gifted with splendor that dazzles us as nature wakes from sleep. Emerging from shorter days, the adventurer in me was ready to visit caverns that existed over 500 million years ago.

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Sunday Stories

Warriors Path State Park marks grand opening of amphitheater with ceremony

April 23rd, 2012 9:31 am by Staff Report

Darrell Rice had a dream to build a place where all children, regardless of their abilities, could play together in Kingsport. Sadly, Rice succumbed to cancer in 2004, leaving volunteers such as Mary Steadman and Betty Devinney to carry on the dream. Duri

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