If you hear “In God We Trust” has been on the U.S. dollar bill only since 1957, that’s true. But here’s the rest of the story.
A five-month controversy over the status of suspended Norton City Schools football coach James Adams continues after the school board voted to find he violated school harassment policy.
The girls who participated in STEM Badge Day earned two badges for their hard work. Juniors earned their Cybersecurity Investigator badge and Coding Basics badge. Cadettes earned their Cybersecurity Basics badge and Coding Basics badge.
Meanwhile, the Sullivan County school board is moving to get electrical service contracts for the new Sullivan East Middle School approved so it can open in January.
Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro and Carson Newman University in Jefferson City also won in their divisions.
The East Tennessee State Univeristy Office of Multicultural Affairs did the second such visit to a school Friday, the earlier one having been Indian Trail Intermediate School in Johnson City.
The first area is communications, and the second is science, technology, engineering and math.
The Rev. Rich Penkoski, a Tri-Cities minister and father, and Tennessee Pastors Network President Dale Walker spoke out during Thursday’s Sullivan County school board meeting public comment section.
Hawkins County students utilized their communication skills last month to help express the importance of good attendance through a poster, essay, and video contest.
D-B EXCEL students in 9th, 10th and 11th grade worked for about four weeks creating the digital images used in the ornaments. The America Celebrates display will begin on Dec. 5.
The Cherokee High School Drill Team travel earned a 3rd place overall finish in the recent Appalachian Region JROTC Drill Competition at Science Hill High School.
Last week in Civics 101 we looked at the U.S. House of Representatives’ role in impeachment. This week we turn to the U.S. Senate’s role: “a High Court of Impeachment in which senators consider evidence, hear witnesses, and vote to acquit or convict ...”
Hawkins County sent 12 athletes to the Tennessee Special Olympics State Bowling Compeition last week who returned with multiple gold medals and top finishes in the highly competitive event.
The award is from the Univeristy of Tennessee, Knoxville.
More blood spilled Thursday in Kevin Hilton's Criminal Justice classroom than was extracted by Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Michael Myers during their entire horror movie careers.