Legal eagles aside, there’s really no question here. Johnson City’s elected officials should live in Johnson City.
Today, I am an intern reporter at the Johnson City Press launching my professional occupation in journalism. Nothing ever hit me upside the head with career certainty; it was more a series of fortunate events that shepherded me to my passion.
Why am I here? That’s a very good question.
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At this rate, next fall’s kindergartners will be graduating from high school before Jonesborough has better school facilities.
Whether you want one or not, if you are reading this article in digital format, you have a digital identity.
Many legislators count on deception to avoid public scrutiny and transparency. A favorite way in Tennessee is via the caption bill, usually late-in-session surprises that don’t require titles and skip pesky subcommittee debate.
Our readers sound off on county officials suing their counties and the economics policies of past and current presidents.
When you see this great nation’s flag flying, remember this paper’s motto: “What the people don’t know WILL hurt them,” and thank God that we’re here.
The congressman should hold open, public meetings on this most public issue. If he’s afraid of an open forum and facing his constituents – all of his constituents – maybe he should think again about running for another term because he’s clearly unwilling to listen to those he allegedly represents.
Our readers weigh in on presidential self-pardons, SROs in Unicoi schools and a disappointing golf social with Congressman Roe.
It's hard to resist coming to the aid of what we see as helpless creatures.
Natural beauty always has been Johnson City’s strength. Few communities can boast the mountains, rolling hills and waterways that make our surroundings so enticing.
Grace Temple Church Eternal Life Center is fundraising furiously to help a young Johnson City father in his battle with a rare and aggressive stage III cancer.
On their own account, their political views apparently don’t inhibit many of our legislators in the routine acceptance of Cadillac health coverage, tax-payer supported of course.