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First Book-Greater Kingsport provides books to children in need

First Book-Greater Kingsport provides books to children in need

January 30th, 2014 10:00 am by Whitney H. Parker

Comprised of volunteers from all sectors of the community, First Book-Greater Kingsport works to promote and facilitate the distribution of new books to children in literacy programs in Greater Kingsport and Southwest Virginia.

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Reader donations help provide service dog for autistic Rogersville boy

Reader donations help provide service dog for autistic Rogersville boy

January 30th, 2014 8:35 am by Nick Shepherd

Because of autism, Jakob Nicastro sometimes has meltdowns. A service dog would be trained to disrupt these behavior issues, and track him down if he gets out of the house without his parents knowing.

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Pathfinders Youth Camp empowers youth through adventure

Pathfinders Youth Camp empowers youth through adventure

January 29th, 2014 2:00 pm by Collin Brooks

Pathfinders, which gets its name from helping kids to find their path, is located just five miles from I-81 and I-26. There are multiple camps that take place on the 72-acre compound during the summer months.

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Mary B. Martin School springs into new season

Mary B. Martin School springs into new season

January 29th, 2014 10:10 am by Entertainment Staff

Following a “daring” fall of stick sculpting, endangered alphabets and magical musicians, the Mary B. Martin School of the Arts will spend its spring season “imagining” new possibilities, perspectives and performance styles.

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Couponing 101:  Kmart and Sears

Couponing 101: Kmart and Sears

January 29th, 2014 9:35 am by Amanda Arnold-Drinnon

Are resolutions breaking your budget?

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Hot Topics: Why does McDonald’s say no to adventure for girls?

Hot Topics: Why does McDonald’s say no to adventure for girls?

January 29th, 2014 9:28 am by Jenee Osterheldt

It’s always bothered me that the fast food chain feels the need to offer toys for boys — Hot Wheels, Ninja Turtles — and for girls — Barbies, Hello Kitty — as if no toy could ever appeal to both.

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Family Meals Matter: Football Fan Favorites

Family Meals Matter: Football Fan Favorites

January 29th, 2014 9:08 am by Staff Report

Whether you tune in for football or the ads, Super Bowl Sunday is a day-long celebration for many families. This year, get ready for some football with fewer high-calorie snacks by serving popcorn, sliced fruit and vegetables and make room for healthier.

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Hot Topics: Readers answer child-rearing questions

Hot Topics: Readers answer child-rearing questions

January 28th, 2014 9:10 am by Kris Hey

A few weeks ago, I asked for your answers to some child-rearing questions, ones many moms face and don’t always know the answers to. Here’s a sampling of some terrific and helpful answers.

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SCORE report praises Kingsport City Schools, two Hawkins elementary schools

SCORE report praises Kingsport City Schools, two Hawkins elementary schools

January 27th, 2014 10:12 pm by Rick Wagner

NASHVILLE — SCORE has lauded practices of Kingsport City Schools and McPheeter’s Bend and Mount Carmel elementary schools in Hawkins County in the 2013-14 State of Education in Tennessee report.

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Kingsport City Schools to host information session for parents of home-school special needs students

Kingsport City Schools to host information session for parents of home-school special needs students

January 27th, 2014 10:25 am by Marybeth McLain, community contributor

Parents and teachers of private and home-schooled special needs students are invited to an information session to learn more about services that Kingsport City Schools can provide.

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