Cooking on a budget these days with extremely high grocery prices can be a bit like pulling a rabbit out of a hat when you’re not David Copperfield. Grocery prices are through the roof and only getting higher.
When is the last time you were jealous of somebody? That particular emotion, when unrestrained, often intensifies and leads to anger and sin. Cain was jealous of the Lord’s favor on Abel and his better offering, and consequently murdered his brother. Jacob’s sons were jealous of their father…
ROGERSVILLE — Recently, the St. Henry Catholic Church chapter of Knights of Columbus asked Executive Director Lana Young, of the Chip Hale Center, to visit and update the local chapter on the facility’s activities, supported employment and funding. Young provided the group with an update and…
ROGERSVILLE — A Hawkins County firefighter has earned the honorific distinction of MIFireE, a title awarded by the Institution of Fire Engineers after meeting stringent admission requirements and criteria, including academic, professional and fire-service qualifications.
ROGERSVILLE — Walters State Community College will offer popular general election courses at Cherokee High School in Hawkins County during fall semester.
NASHVILLE – A Rogersville native is one of two doctors honored by the Tennessee Medical Association with its 2019 Outstanding Physician Awards.
MORRISTOWN — The Hamblen County Genealogical Society is pleased to announce they are publishing a History and Families coffee table style book to celebrate the county turning 150 years old in 2020.
The Hawkins Co. Republican Woman and Hawkins Co. Republican Party are hosting a summer picnic on Thursday, June 20 at Laurel Run Park (Pavillion #10) in Church Hill, from 6-8 p.m.
ROGERSVILLE — Here is a list of dates and times for upcoming meetings of various committees of the Hawkins Co. Commission. The meetings are open to the public.
ROGERSVILLE — In observance of Flag Day, Boy Scout Troop 199, Cub Scout Pack 100, and American Legion Post 21, of Rogersville, will be holding an American Flag Retirement Ceremony at the American Legion Post on East Main Street on Saturday, June 15, at 4 p.m.
Whatever you may be doing this weekend — working, relaxing, vacationing — the Review invites our readers to take snapshots and send them in for our “Summer Weekend in the Life of Hawkins County” magazine.
Johnson City will once again play host to one of the largest model train shows in the Southeast in a 64,000 square foot venue. Held annually at Memorial Center on the campus of East Tennessee State University, more than 300 tables of model trains in all sizes and assorted railroad related co…
ROGERSVILLE — Readers have been calling and asking about plans for Rogersville’s annual Parade and 4th of July Concert in the Park ... and the answer is, YES, events will take place this year again on Independence Day with the downtown parade, and later that day in the park, bands, food, fir…
I just love old things; old cars, old houses, old books, old toys, old glassware and especially old cast iron cookware. I wrote an article last year around my grandmother’s cast iron skillet. It’s my favorite piece of cookware in my kitchen. I know it’s well over a hundred years old. I’d giv…
SURGOINSVILLE — A local Girl Scout with Troop 912 recently earned a Bronze Award and recognition from the CEO of the national scouting program for her Take Action Project which she called, “Happy Paws”.
NOTICE — Lakeview Utility District will publish their annual Water Quality Report for 2018 in the May 15, 2019 edition of The Rogersville Review. This report will not be mailed. Call 423-272-5126 to request a copy of the CCR.
CARTER’S VALLEY — Despite the rumors and the clichés that fill TV shows and movies and adolescent books, children do truly love to learn ... and read.
Did I hear someone say, “What on earth is Cinco de Mayo?” That’s simply Spanish for the fifth of May. It’s an annual celebration to commemorate the Mexican Army’s victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla, on May 5, 1862.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sexton of Rogersville, Tennessee and Susan Green of Claudville, Virginia are proud to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Angela Jo Sexton, to Matthew Edward Mauk, son of Larry Mauk and Sherry Rimer of Rogersville, Tennessee.
ROGERSVILLE — With the nation’s substance abuse crisis now nearly two decades in progress, the fallout for Tennessee children living in homes with parental addicts continues to drive the need for a strong foster care support system to help youth achieve a healthy living environment, repair t…
ROGERSVILLE — The Emergency Medical Services Exploratory Committee, chaired by Dr. Blaine Jones, will meet at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30 in the Meeting Room of the County Administration Building (County Mayor's Office), across from the Courthouse.
ROGERSVILLE — Saturday April 13, 2019 was Care NET Community Conservation Committee’s third annual Earth Day clean-up on the Holston River, sponsored by the Cherokee Lake Users Association (CLUA).
ROGERSVILLE — Hawkins County has a type 2 diabetes rate of 12.1% according to the County Health Rankings (www.countyhealthrankings.org) provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Identifying and connecting with people at high-risk type 2 diabetes is critical to preventing it. And preven…
ROGERSVILLE — Abound 125 people attended the Hawkins County Cancer Support Group’s Spring Fashion Show fundraiser on Saturday, April 6, at the Price Public Community Center.
SURGOINSVILLE — Sharon Robinson, along with Major League Baseball and Scholastic, has announced the Grand Prize Winner of the Breaking Barriers Essay Contest 7-9 division.
My email inbox is loaded with pleas for money to help legitimate causes. The same organizations send mail through USPS into my property’s mailbox. The phone rings throughout the week with solicitors representing many non-profit groups. Grandchildren and neighborhood kids ask to be sponsored …
ROGERSVILLE — City Pre-School and City/County Kindergarten Registration for the 2019-2020 school year will be held during the entire month of April, 2019, at Rogersville City School. Please drop by the school and pick up your paperwork. Enrollment paperwork needs to be returned no later than…
ROGERSVILLE — The public is invited to a meeting of the newly reorganized Hawkins Co. Anti-Drug Coalition on Monday, April 8, at 6:30 p.m. at the Rescue Squad building in Rogersville.
KINGSPORT — The Civil War Tri-Cities Roundtable will host author Sam D. Elliott for its Monday, April 8, meeting, with the topic being, “Lieutenant General Alexander Peter Stewart, CSA”.
The Hawkins Co. Health Department, in Church Hill and Rogersville, is proud to be a part of National Public Health Week, April 1-7, 2019.
ROGERSVILLE — Filled with dozens of photos of local people doing what local people do in a typical weekend, the new edition of “A Spring Weekend in Hawkins County” is available now at the Review office and at vendor locations around the area. Pick up a FREE copy, and, who knows, you might ev…
ROGERSVILLE — Work has begun to refurbish the roof and exterior of St. Marks Presbyterian Church, a historic African-American church at the intersection of Kyle and Hasson Streets.
ROGERSVILLE — From the young to the young at heart they came on Saturday to help with a labor of love designed to call attention to the 60 million human babies that have lost their lives in abortions since the Supreme Court’s ‘Roe v. Wade’ decision in 1973, and the more than 1.6 million that…
If you’ve lived here in Rogersville as long as I have (or possibly longer), you know we’ve had a lot of incredible restaurants that have come and gone through the years.
Watching Beto O’Rourke announce his candidacy for president, I had snake oil salesmen come to mind. Everything about this guy is fake, which makes him a perfect candidate for fake news media to celebrate.
ROGERSVILLE — The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Hawkins County is getting underway, and survivors of all ages and all types of cancer are encouraged to come out for the 2019 Survivor Dinner scheduled for March 26, at Occasions on the Square in Rogersville.
Jonah didn’t want to obey God’s command to go to Nineveh and preach, so he “ran away from the Lord.” He boarded a ship and sailed away “to flee from the Lord” (Jonah1:1-3). However, God knew right where he was and caused a great storm that resulted in Jonah being thrown overboard into the se…
BEAN STATION — “An Evening of Bluegrass” on Friday, April 12, will not only offer a lot of good, all-family entertainment to those who love the authentic American music, but will also help raise money for Kingswood Home for Children.
KNOXVILLE — Best-selling author James Patterson believes a love of reading starts with encouraging high-quality teachers. That’s why the Patterson Family Foundation awarded $6,500 to four University of Tennessee, Knoxville graduate students in English and Elementary Education.
KINGSPORT — America’s Navy is coming to Kingsport, one of 25 cities in 10 states to host a performance by the United States Navy Band during its 2019 tour — one of the signature outreach programs of that branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.