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Every person who calls Johnson City home should commit these names to memory: Eugene Caruthers, George Nichols, Luellen Wagner, Elizabeth Crawford and Clarence McKinney.
When you are 13 and living in a teeny town, you go where the people are or risk standing alone. In eighth grade, I joined the track team, not because I loved running but because my friends had joined.
We asked with a previous Question of the Week what Johnson City should do with the former Keefauver property. Here are some of the responses we received.
Washington County residents should be fed up with their nasty neighbors, especially when cleanup costs eat into the taxes they pay the county each year.
In these Letters to the Forum, our readers share their thoughts on Trump’s foreign policy contributions, the funding of a school in Jonesborough and Dolly’s dinner theater name change.
Ashley Academy has again approached Johnson City about buying its school campus at the corner of Knob Creek Road and Lacy Street.
My dining partner has a sharp eye for spotting new restaurants and eateries, especially if they are offering something she would find delicious.
Each year, Veterans Day gives us the opportunity to celebrate and remember the people who served in our military.
President Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Never throughout history has a man who lived a life of ease left a name worth remembering.”
We asked with Monday’s Question of the Week what Johnson City should do with the former Keefauver property. Here are some of the responses we received.
The No Child Left Behind Act passed with bipartisan support in 2001. At the time, President George W. Bush and other advocates predicted it would eliminate America’s racial achievement gap. They attributed this persistent dilemma to teachers’
Nov 10, 2019 at 5:45 AM
There is just something about a bow tie that screams enthusiasm. Unfortunately, it is an optimism that is often limited to the person wearing one.
In these Letters to Forum, our readers share their thoughts on the House’s impeachment inquiry.
Trust seems to be the operative word between Washington County and Johnson City these days.