Jonesborough TWRA Wildlife Habitat Biologist Stephen Thomas said some food plot mixtures are “as beneficial for pollinators as expensive wildflower plantings.”
Auto burglary charge: Johnson City police on Sunday charged Christopher Michael Forbes, 29, 2700 W. Market St., with auto burglary and theft under $1,000. Police said they found property in Forbes’
The deadline to request a mail-in ballot is July 30. Early voting in the election, which includes state and federal primaries, as well as a a county general election, begins July 17.
High school football season could be delayed by at least two weeks because of Gov. Bill Lee’s order to extend Tennessee’s state of emergency to Aug. 29.
Officials detected about 4,200 new infections since Friday, which is the most reported in any four-day span since the outbreak began.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House said Monday that President Donald Trump wasn’t briefed on U.S. intelligence assessments earlier this year that Russia secretly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing American troops in Today at 4:06 PM
June 29, 1893: The Comet announced it would cease publication as a daily. “The Daily Comet is simply off its orbit.” The article further stated, “Publishing a daily paper in Johnson City is like running free lunch counter in Today at 10:00 AM
Charges were pending against a teenage driver who crashed at high speed through a cable barrier on Interstate 26, sending two of four minor passengers to a hospital, early Monday morning. One of the minors was listed in critical condition, Today at 9:44 AM
Johnson City Transit driver Cheryl Killman has been driving school buses for eight years, but it didn’t take her nearly that long to realize how important services like transportation and nutrition are to Johnson City Schools students.
Our “Interesting Times” are beginning to fade away from our daily lives, not as a lovely sunset would fade, but as a nasty-colored bruise would mark its passage. The best evidence of this exit is that most restaurants are slowly returning to Today at 9:00 AM
Todd Ganger, who is one of three county Board of Education members on the design committee, told his school board colleagues that the panel agreed to place the school and its entrance on the west end of the site near the intersection of North Cherokee Street, Skyline Drive and Tavern Hill Road.
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BULLS GAP — Aaron Reutzel went high and low in his sprint car to find the fast way around Volunteer Speedway on Saturday night.
ELIZABETHTON — Chance Taylor thought his opportunity to win the William B. Greene East Tennessee Amateur golf tournament might have been washed away when the skies opened up Sunday.