CHURCH HILL — Volunteer senior NJROTC rifle team member Jaden-Ann Fraser signed a letter of intent to join the shooting team at the University of North Georgia during a signing ceremony Wednesday at Volunteer.
The Hawkins Co. Commission Budget Committee considered several amendments at their Jan. 21 meeting that will be brought before the full Commission on Jan. 27.
Though SR66 is now open and SR70 is open as a one-lane road, Clinch School will remain on the four-day school schedule, which was established in September, until at least February 13.
Joshua appointed a man from each tribe of Israel to take a large stone from the middle of the Jordan River and carry it to their Gilgal campsite. He made a monument from those twelve rocks and proclaimed, “In the future, when your children ask you, ‘What do these stones mean?’ tell them that…
I still fondly remember the first time I ate professionally prepared German food. I was at Gasthaus Edelweiss in Weber City, VA in the 1980s, which is owned by Ingrid and Eddie Carter. Ingrid is from Germany and offers up some fantastic German food. I had read about the restaurant in the new…
Robert Brooks told the Rogersville Review in a 2016 interview that if he hadn’t gotten sick in the fall of 1958, he might never have driven a school bus at all.
Director of Schools Matt Hixson told the BOE at their January meeting that he was advised against extending water utility lines from a nearby utility district to Clinch School after meeting with several water treatment professionals. The process would be costly, and the water wouldn’t even b…
On Jan. 9, Cherokee High School celebrated National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day by hosting a breakfast for all county law enforcement agencies.
ROGERSVILLE – Rogersville Alderman Craig Kirkpatrick, of Rogersville, passed away early Monday morning, January 20, 2020, surrounded by his family.
At the Jan. 9 911 board meeting, the board decided not to honor EMA Director Jamie Miller’s requested to be called in addition to the automated texts he receives in the case of specific emergencies in the county.
Now that the condition of Rogersville’s historic Powel Law Office has been assessed and the State Historian has finished his report, the town is looking into a Tennessee Historical Commission Grant to begin phase one of the restoration project.
The fallacy that by severely restricting the sale and ownership of firearms as a means of curbing violence in America is easy to discredit, in fact, we need look no further than across our southern border.
MILLIGAN COLLEGE — More than 300 students at Milligan College were named to the academic dean’s list in recognition of their academic excellence for the Fall 2019 semester.
CLARKSVILLE — Austin Peay State University is proud to recognize nearly 2,400 students who were on the Dean’s List during the Fall 2019 semester, including three from Hawkins County:
Learning in Surgoinsville Elementary School’s Susanna Hauk’s second grade class just got a little more exciting, as she was recently awarded a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) classroom grant from the Tennessee Valley Authority.
The competitive dance team at Rogersville’s The Dance Barre has been chosen to perform on a Carnival Cruise to Cozumel, Mexico from July 16 through 20.
ROGERSVILLE — Hawkins County’s 911 Central Dispatch may be investigated by the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury, as Hawkins Co. Mayor Jim Lee turned in Central Dispatch bank statements for the past three years to the Comptroller’s office on Jan. 8, 2020, regarding unspecified “inconsist…
ROGERSVILLE — Pastor John Butler at East Rogersville Baptist Church invites all Hawkins County churches to participate in Awaken Tennessee, which is a 30-day event of prayer and fasting for families, churches, communities, state and nation as well as 15 people chosen by each participant.
“Islamist militants are targeting Christians in Burkina Faso” (WP-8/21/19), and “14 Worshippers Massacred at Burkina Faso Church Service as Islamic Persecution of Christians Accelerates” (CBN-12/2/19) are some of the headlines American broadcasters have ignored. Christians have been hunted d…
We’re already well into this new year, and by now many of have already made (and possibly already broken) those New Year’s resolutions. One of the all-time most popular New Year’s resolutions to lose weight.
Administrators throughout Hawkins Co. Schools are keeping a close eye on school attendance rates each day, as our region experiences one of the highest volumes of flu in recent years.
A twist of fate straight out of a storybook led a long-lost Schnauzer and his owner back together after 12 years of separation.
At the December Hawkins Co. Commission’s Personnel Committee meeting, Hawkins Co. Juvenile Judge Daniel Boyd asked the committee to look into making the position of Juvenile Judge full-time rather than part-time.
There is still no Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement between Hawkins County and its Central Dispatch center, as Director Gay Murrell has not released the bank records Hawkins Co. Mayor Jim Lee has requested of her, and Lee is not relenting.
ROGERSVILLE — This past January, Nashville Pastor Dave Clayton led the way to organize 400 Nashville-area churches to join together praying and fasting for every resident in Nashville as well as their family, their church, their community, state and nation.