We have two pieces of advice for our commissioners as they scan the community for candidates.
Five years after receiving a prognosis that might defeat even the strongest among us, Josh Wandell continues to wow us with his determination.
Dr. Ralph Van Brocklin always wore cowboy boots — even in the operating room. The only time you’d catch him without them in public was when he was running.
We doubt anyone seriously expected a new Washington County Board of Education to resolve the never-ending Jonesborough school building debate in its first meeting.
How many years in a row would you have to do something to call it a tradition? Three? Five? Maybe 10?
One of the many things we love about our Mystery Diner is his willingness to venture off the beaten path and away from the usual suspects.
After both Blue Plum and Little Chicago were hampered by heavy rains this summer, festival enthusiasts finally got to enjoy perfect weather for a downtown Johnson City festival last weekend.
Our local health professionals, in partnership with thousands of their counterparts across the country, have taken on a monumental task — improving the care of the nearly 75 million Americans who rely on Medicaid.
We had hoped having a new administration would help the Washington County Schools district settle some of its bus driver woes, but alas, the situation remains unsettled.
While Gov. Bill Haslam probably will leave Tennessee’s education system better than he found it, his successor will inherit one huge quagmire: the mess Haslam’s administration and the Legislature made of Tennessee’s standardized testing program.
Aug 23, 2018 at 12:00 AM
East Tennessee State University is doing Johnson City a solid by taking the Millennium Centre off its hands.
Public education needs relentless champions, and it’s hard to describe Dick Manahan as anything less.
If you hear something often and loud enough, you just might come to believe it, even when it undermines the very core of your freedoms.
Coming home from a big moment in the spotlight without the first-place trophy is never easy, but the young Daniel Boone girls softball team arrived back here from the Little League World Series with the experience
Aug 15, 2018 at 8:15 AM