Practical experience with real-world tasks often means as much to students’ potential as anything they learn from books. It means applying what they’ve learned in the classroom to things they can sink their teeth into before hopefully taking
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May 23, 1885: The Comet reported that Prof. W.A. Evans had purchased a fine, large, black riding horse. “He is a beauty and the Prof. is very proud of him.”
A gun scare put Johnson City’s Topper Academy on lockdown Tuesday, and a student was charged with weapons and other violations when police said an air pistol was found.
Johnson City Transit and the Washington County Schools district were among 39 districts and bus services selected to receive a total of nearly $8.9 million in grant funding to support school bus replacement projects across Tennessee.
Memorial Day observances, events and closings
PINEY FLATS — Eastman Credit Union cut the ribbon Wednesday at its newest branch, 5928 Hwy 11E.
MORRISTOWN — The Hamblen County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man who drowned in Cherokee Lake Tuesday evening as 51-year-old Leroy Simpson of Gray.
A woman treated at local hospital Tuesday night told Johnson City police her ex-boyfriend had assaulted her with a knife, resulting in his arrest early Wednesday.
May 22, 1897: The first class graduated from Langston High School. There were only two class members: E. Fitzgerald and Julia Hankal.
ELIZABETHTON — Blue River Studio and the Bonnie Kate Theater will host open mic sessions for the final two Thursdays of May from 6:30 to 9 p.m.