IOWA CITY — ACT is now seeking applications from all 50 states and the District of Columbia for the 2017-2018 ACT College and Career Readiness Champions initiative. The application period opened on October 2 and will run through Dec. 31, 2017.

MORRISTOWN — The following students from the Review’s readership area were named to the President’s List summer semester 2017 at Walters State Community College. These students earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average while carrying 12 or more credit hours.

ROGERSVILLE — Classes for the 2017-18 school year at Rogersville City School will begin for students in grades One through Eight on Monday, Aug. 14. School hours that first Monday are 7:55 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.

ROGERSVILLE — On July 4th, the Hawkins County 4-H Honor Club flooded Main Street, in Rogersville, to spread American spirit and patriotism. They distributed American Flag pins to parade spectators and wished them all a happy Independence Day.

ROGERSVILLE — During the month of July, Milligan College hosted “Buff Week,” and Cherokee High School Health Science student and HOSA Vice-President Morgan Mowell, had the opportunity to attend the week-long nursing camp at the school.

SAINT CLAIR — Members of the Saint Clair Ruritan Club in June presented their 2017 scholarship to Cherokee High School graduate Madison Davis. Davis, a Cadet Lt. Commander in the Cherokee Naval Jr. Reserve Officer Training Corps, was also the recipient of the Governor’s Volunteer Stars Award…

JOHNSON CITY — East Tennessee State University has announced the names of students who attained a grade point average qualifying them for inclusion in the Dean’s List for the spring 2017 semester. To receive this honor, students must successfully complete a minimum of 12 hours of undergradua…

MILLIGAN COLLEGE — Nearly 200 students at Milligan College have been named to the academic dean’s list in recognition of their academic excellence for the spring 2017 semester.

A student is named to the Dean’s List who achieves a GPA of 3.4 or higher while passing at least 4 total credits, a course load equivalent to 16 semester hours.

CHURCH HILL — Artwork by Kindergarten and First Grade students from Church Hill Elementary School is currently on display at First Community Bank’s Church Hill branch. Parents and family members are invited to stop by and see their child’s artwork during normal business hours.

MILLIGAN COLLEGE — A number of local students were awarded degrees from Milligan College during its commencement ceremonies held Saturday, May 6. Those from the Review’s coverage area include:

BULLS GAP — Students at Bulls Gap School in Mrs. Stacie Russell’s first grade class recently held their Reading University Graduation ceremony. Students worked throughout the year to earn different levels of ‘degrees’ by reading books and answering questions based on reading standards. Not o…

GREENEVILLE — Two hundred and ninety-two students recently earned degrees at Tusculum College during the Spring Commencement Ceremonies on May 6 at the campus in Greeneville, including several from Hawkins County.

ROGERSVILLE — Elijah Sells of Rogersville, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society.

MORRISTOWN — Forty Walters State Community College students have been inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for community college students. PTK membership requires students to have a 3.5 grade point average and to have completed at least 12 hours of college credit.

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana — Logan Lumpkins, of Rogersville, Tennessee, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society.

CHURCH HILL – Volunteer Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) cadets hosted First-Year JROTC Cadets from 10 Schools around the region at the fifth annual Dr Seuss Meet on Saturday, March 4.

ROGERSVILLE—Cherokee High School’s NJROTC placed fourth overall in a four-way tie for third place at the 5th annual Appalachian Region ROTC Olympics, hosted by Science Hill High School on Saturday, April 1. The ARRO consists of nineteen JROTC schools competing in two separate divisions, a Di…

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ROGERSVILLE—The Heritage Lites Youth Leadership Organization is looking forward to a busy spring consisting of numerous community activities. Lites met recently to organize efforts for the Boys & Girls Club Fun Run, Cherokee Lake Clean-up, Heritage Association Salad Luncheon and the Lite…

CHURCH HILL – During a called meeting at Volunteer High School on Thursday evening, March 23, the Hawkins County Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution that declares opposition to “publicly funded (school) vouchers” that would divert public tax dollars to private schools.

ROGERSVILLE—The Annual 4-H Poster Contest was recently held throughout Hawkins County.

NASHVILLE—Claire Robertson and Brannon Ragsdale were in Nashville March 13-15 for the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association’s annual Youth Leadership Summit. The juniors were chosen and sponsored by Holston Electric Cooperative.

ROGERSVILLE—Cherokee High School STEM club is hosting its first STEM night fundraiser to raise money for First Robotics on Thursday, April 6. The event will include an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner buffet, a silent auction and demonstrations from several STEM departments.

ROGERSVILLE – Cherokee High School Senior Aris Hileman has won a Tennessee Rural Partnership STAR Scholarship in the amount of $1,000, according to Tommie Loudy, RN, BSN, the school’s Health Science Educator / HOSA Advisor.

ALLANDALE—East Tennessee State University at Kingsport Allandale will hold its Spring Yard Sale on Friday, April 7, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., in the parking lot at 1501 University Blvd., near Allandale Mansion.

MORRISTOWN—Summer is an ideal time for young people to develop their talents, stretch their imaginations, and explore new areas of interest. Rose Center is seeking experienced and enthusiastic teachers to help do just that through its summer programs.