Kingsport’s Racks by the Tracks festival has been postponed as a precaution due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are two things David does in his wilderness that you and I can do in our wilderness moments.
“The entire Eastman team extends our deepest condolences to our colleague’s family and friends during this challenging and distressing time,” Eastman spokeswoman Betty Payne said in an email. “We are profoundly saddened by this unexpected loss. Members of our team have offered assistance to the family, and we will not be sharing any further information as we respect the family’s privacy.”
Right now, many of us are feeling fearful and anxious because of the effects of COVID-19. But, out of this bleak reality, we can also find unexpected opportunities.
If we only worry about what we don’t have, or what we have lost, we will not find peace at heart.
Removing the rims and nets from the basketball goals is not something the city wanted to do, but after hearing the latest communications from the CDC and the National Recreation and Parks Association, it was determined it be in the best interest of the citizens.
Protracted fear takes on a life of its own and feeds on itself to produce even more fear.
“We believe this Order is necessary to help protect the public health of all citizens in Sullivan County,” Sullivan County Regional Health Department Director Gary Mayes wrote.
From March 30 through April 10, residents can place extra items on the curb for garbage crews to haul away at no extra charge. Every resident will receive two garbage and recycling pick-ups and one yard waste/trash pick-up during the two-week period.
“To live simply, to love generously, to live truthfully, to serve faithfully, and leave everything else to God.” — Dr. Fred Craddock.
At approximately 9:10 p.m. last night, Kingsport Police Patrol Officers responded to the motor vehicle collision on West Stone Drive near Netherland Inn Road.
They say folks visiting parks should also bring hand sanitizer, wash hands where restrooms are available, bring their own water and not get out if feeling sick or exhibiting symptoms.
When you are in survival mode, you don’t feel like you have time to think about making worship a priority in your life.
The Dobyns-Bennett athletic director was a sophomore at Furman when the Paladins defeated Georgia Southern 17-12 in the national championship game. It wasn’t the culmination of DeBusk’s playing career, but definitely his greatest highlight.
With so many churches in our area having to suspend worship services during the coronavirus pandemic, we are asking local pastors to partner with us in bringing a daily message of hope and comfort to readers during this difficult time.