ELIZABETHTON — If you have a huge capstone that has fallen off a 100-year-old monument to Sycamore Shoals, who are you going to call?
ELIZABETHTON — One of the biggest annual events of the year for Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park is being postponed for several weeks. The September gathering of the Overmountain Men and crossing of the Watauga River by Revolutionary War era
Yesterday at 8:22 PM
ELIZABETHTON — Last Saturday, the old Sycamore Shoals Monument at the intersection of West G Street and Monument Place saw the largest gathering in its honor since
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Today's Yesteryear column is another nugget from Joe Goodpasture, a former radio announcer at WETB radio and other stations plus an occasion contributor to my column:
The Sesquicentennial History and Railroad Committee is looking into the logistics of bringing a railroad dining car to Johnson City as one way to celebrate the city’s 150th anniversary in 2019.
The festival dedicated to this plant-based sweetener returns to the Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site September 15.
My column today deals with the subject of mustard plasters. Older folks, like me, should remember them with total disgust. I researched seven publications ranging from 1800 to 1925; each offered an ample variety of medical advice.
The Stonecypher family has been an important part of the region’s history for centuries. The family’s name and contributions will now be immortalized at David Crockett Birthplace State Park.
As Johnson City gears up to celebrate its 150th birthday in 2019, people will be looking at the city’s history through several lenses.
After nearly a century, one of Johnson City’s first gas-powered fire trucks is well on its way to being fully restored.
ELIZABETHTON — It has been more than a century since the Sycamore Shoals Monument at the intersection of West G Street and Monument Place was dedicated by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Forensic scientist Art Bohanan will present the program "Graveyard Forensics Update" during the meeting of the Watauga Historical Association on Thursday, Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Tipton Haynes State Historical Site 2620 S. Roan St.
ELIZABETHTON_ — September marks one of the most important months of the year at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park.
My article today materialized from a former classmate named Lynda who graciously donated it to my Yesteryear history collection, along with tons of Science Hill High School newspaper clippings.
Flashback to 1936.