Most people reserve space on their refrigerators for family stuff — pictures of the kids, drawings and paintings from school art classes, soccer schedules, phone numbers and such.
Things are a lot quieter in Johnson City these days. At least they are if you’re driving south along Interstate 26 East.
We’ve lost count of how many demonstrations have taken place at Founders Park.
As the nation honors its veterans again today, some of us will fly a flag outside our homes, attend a commemorative event, listen to speeches or post thanks on social media.
This is no "pie in the sky" proposition. And it is far from being a Ponzi scheme, as critics often falsely label such environmental offsets. Many communities across this country and other nations are currently reaping financial and environmental rewards from such projects.
No real shockers popped up in Tuesday’s local election returns.
Thank goodness America has folks like the volunteers who worked the Rural Area Medical Clinic at the fairground in Gray last weekend.
Unforeseen consequences from Johnson City’s last City Charter overhaul recently presented the City Commission with an unnecessary quandary.
Tonight many of us will forget to set our clocks back an hour as we return to standard time only to discover that we missed that extra hour to sleep in on Sunday.
While we find it unfortunate that deep, bitter divisiveness is driving many voters to the polls, the numbers in this election tell us that democracy has awakened a bit in the United States.
Undefeated. That word has to be satisfying for David Crockett High School football fans.
Lee for governor
In an area the rail industry once helped put on the map, we’re fully on board with the idea of bringing passenger rail service into our region to introduce others to our hidden Tri-Cities gems.
An audience member asked a key question of Johnson City Board of Education candidates Tuesday in our forum for the current municipal election:
In an age when many rural hospitals are closing their doors, the fact that Ballad Health lived up to its promise to replace Unicoi County Memorial Hospital with a new facility speaks volumes.