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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL)- Late Sunday night News Channel 11 Sports Director Kenny Hawkins learned that ETSU will play in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. [Read More]
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There will be no madness this March for the East Tennessee State basketball team. The Bucs already knew that. They were still holding out... [Read More]
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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL)- A community came together for one of their own Sunday evening as they prayed for a beloved soccer coach that suffered... [Read More]
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People in Washington County are bringing home more in their paychecks, giving the average resident more purchasing power than 10 years ago. According to... [Read More]
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Just when it seemed ETSU Baseball's home unbeaten streak was in jeopardy, the late-inning luck of the Irish turned in favor of the Bucs... [Read More]
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- No. 8 Tennessee couldn't match No. 22 Auburn hot shooting, falling, 84-64, in the SEC Tournament Championship Game on Sunday at Bridgestone Arena.... [Read More]
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Christina Salaices was at work on Friday when she got the phone call... [Read More]
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Emergency officials confirm they are working the scene of an apartment fire in Hawkins County. [Read More]
As Press Senior Reporter Becky Campbell wrote last week, firefighters and emergency medical technicians may soon be allowed to carry firearms while working. State... [Read More]
Johnson City police arrested a man and woman on Sunday who they said were in possession of 150 cloned debit/credit cards. According to a... [Read More]
East Tennessee State University's Sherrod Library will host its sixth annual Tables of Content dinner on Friday, March 29. During this dinner, which will... [Read More]
"I saw the cross before me, therefore my heart was glad." Peggy Marie Martin Meredith, our "Tudie Mom and Toot", most graciously touched the... [Read More]
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