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Eric Myers' Man of the House - So, How Does That Make You Feel?

Eric Myers' Man of the House - So, How Does That Make You Feel?

August 12th, 2013 11:10 am by Eric Myers

Last week in my segment entitled, Love Just May Be The Key, I wrote about an idea of relationships whereby the main thing desired by men from women is respect and the main thing desired by women from men is love.

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Kingsport, Sullivan County schools report slight  increase in enrollment

Kingsport, Sullivan County schools report slight increase in enrollment premium content

August 11th, 2013 10:27 pm by Rick Wagner

Dobyns-Bennett surpassed 2,000 students Friday, while Innovation Academy, a science, technology, engineering and math school, is still accepting students because it needs more students at all grade levels to reach its capacity of 240.

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New Bays Mountain planetarium show takes viewers along as  astronomers search for comets

New Bays Mountain planetarium show takes viewers along as astronomers search for comets

August 11th, 2013 10:11 pm by Matthew Lane

Adam Thanz, planetarium director at Bays Mountain Park, said the show tells the story of two comet hunters, from a first-person perspective, from two different points in time — the 18th and 21st century.

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SOTM, Barter team up on larger-than-life ‘Les Mis’

SOTM, Barter team up on larger-than-life ‘Les Mis’

August 11th, 2013 10:00 pm by Leigh Ann Laube

Audiences at “Les Misérables” on Aug. 16 and 17 at the Toy Reid Eastman Employee Center will see the epic show grow to larger-than-life proportions with the addition of the Symphony of the Mountains to the production.

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‘Sew It! Grow It! Show It!' - Appalachian Fair returns for its 87th year

‘Sew It! Grow It! Show It!' - Appalachian Fair returns for its 87th year

August 10th, 2013 11:00 pm by Marci Gore

Celebrating its 87th year, the Appalachian Fair is one of the longest running fairs in the country and has established itself as the second largest fair in Tennessee.

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Hot Topics: Teaching gratitude a ‘basic’ necessity

Hot Topics: Teaching gratitude a ‘basic’ necessity

August 9th, 2013 2:24 pm by Suzanne Broughton

I swore I wasn’t going to raise spoiled kids. Oh, yeah, I talked plenty about it before I had kids. Big, boisterous, braggart talk — probably over an expensive glass of wine at a nice restaurant — about kids these days being too entitled.

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Event: Junior League of Johnson City - Touch A Truck Kids' Event

Event: Junior League of Johnson City - Touch A Truck Kids' Event

August 9th, 2013 9:17 am by Staff Report

Children have the opportunity to see, touch and explore a variety of neat vehicles. This event takes place Saturday, August 10 in Johnson City.

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Hot Topics: Celebrity Baby Scoop: Natalie Grant: ‘I didn’t want to recognize that I had depression’

Hot Topics: Celebrity Baby Scoop: Natalie Grant: ‘I didn’t want to recognize that I had depression’

August 8th, 2013 12:03 pm by Shannah Henderson

Christian rocker Natalie Grant has sure been having a busy summer. The mom of three is getting ready to release a new album in October called “Hurricane,” which tells the story of how she “found the light” after dealing with postpartum depression.

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You say tomato, I say just peachy

You say tomato, I say just peachy

August 8th, 2013 12:03 pm by Jill L. Reed

When I was a kid, I could eat a tomato like a peach. Just give me the whole darned thing. I would devour it, messy juices running down my chin and all. These days I opt to include tomatoes in the meal plan as often as I can get away with it.

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Florida mom sues over Goldfish snacks ‘natural’ label

August 8th, 2013 8:13 am by By Nicole Brochu, Sun Sentinel (MCT)

An elementary schoolteacher has taken Pepperidge Farm to court, accusing the food manufacturer of mislabeling its popular fish-shaped crackers “natural” when she contends they contain genetically modified soybeans.

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