Next year’s election calendar has a number of key federal, state and local races for voters to decide. The busy campaign season begins in Tennessee on March 3 with the state’s presidential preference primary.
Richard Heydt served five years in active service after graduation, including three years as an Army artillery captain in Vietnam.
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.
Kristan Spear, the president and CEO of United Way of Washington County, said Friday the grant writer’s position would be co-funded by the city and county, with her organization providing office space and related support.
The attorney representing the Washington County Board of Education in an agreement calling for the town of Jonesborough to build a new K-8 school told board members Thursday the project is now “good to go.”
Alicia Summers, vice president of business development for the Northeast Tennessee Regional Economic Partnership, said Thursday that Ebm-pabst coming to Washington County as part of a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreement has helped pave the way for funding to expand the industrial park.
Shully Cawood of Johnson City is a writer and the author of three books, including her forthcoming story collection, “A Small Thing to Want.”
Officials with Johnson City’s Convention and Visitors Bureau said a number of events held since September have drawn more than 7,500 visitors to the city and resulted in a $5.25 million economic impact for the area.
June Iljana, partnership/media specialist for the Philadelphia Regional Census Center, said Tuesday “a very strong recruiting effort is underway in Washington County for temporary paid Census workers.”
Congressman Phil Roe issued a statement saying he “won’t stand for this outrageous process,” which echoed the same criticisms from his GOP colleagues and the president of the rules put in place by the Democratic leaders of the House.