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Money Strategy

It is time to talk money, because we all know money matters. Davis Garrison the Third from Preservation Financial Group is back with us again this morning to talk strategy. More>>

6 Weeks Of Deals At Performance Medicine

Amy is at Performance Medicine with Brooke Bentley, who has 6 weeks of great deals that you can enjoy. More>>

20 Years Of Highland Brewing

It is a plaid party this Saturday at Highland Brewing Company in Asheville, as they celebrate 20 years of tasteful brewing. The event will include live music and four of their "20 beers for 20 years"! Joining us now with more on the highland story is Leah Wong Ashburn. More>>

Acoustic Cruise

Have you heard the news? Two of our Daytime partners are teaming up for a whole lot of fun! Kathy Kennedy and Tim White are planning a cruise and you're invited. More>>

Amazone Fire TV

The video rental stores are all gone. They've been replaced by a kiosk or by streaming video using the Internet, and there are many options to consider when streaming. Today, we'll look at the latest entry, Amazon Fire TV. Our High Tech guru, Mark Bragg is here with more. More>>

Donate Life

Every day people die waiting for an organ transplant. April is National Donate Life Month and your organ donation could save the lives of eight people! Here to talk more about organ donation are Meredith Haga, a donor recipient, and Marlana Williams, from the Renaissance Center. More>>

Morgan's New Grandchild!

Congratulations to our newest Daytime family member, Sullivan Morgan Chidester! More>>

German Potato Salad And Pork Chops

Heather Ricker From Wellington's is here with some twists on Easter food. Today she is making German potato salad with pork chops. More>>

Fish Springs

It is a story from a town right here in the mountains of Northeast Tennessee. A story that now lies deep beneath the waters of Watuaga Lake. The book, "Fish Springs" is a story of a man, written by that man's grandson and another man. Joining us now to talk about their book is Michael Manuel and Larry Timbs. More>>

Fighting Heart Disease

Heart disease is the number one killer of women, and it is more deadly than all forms of cancer. It is time for us to come together and draw a line in the sand to fight this terrible disease. Shannon Moorelock and Lori Hamilton are here to tell us about two programs that can help us get involved. More>>

Renovus Medical Day Spa and Salon

Amy talks to Dr. Don Clemons about the launch of the Renovus Salon and some of the procedures offered by the spa at Renovus. More>>

5 Nutrition Mistakes

There is no quick fix when it comes to healthy eating. It is truly a lifelong commitment. But sometimes, even with the best intentions, it can be difficult to filter through all of the nutrition information out there. Our daytime dietitian Amanda Guinn is here with five common nutrition mistakes and how to avoid them. More>>

Easter Projects For The Kids

Easter is almost here, and there are lots of opportunities of activities with the kids. Coloring eggs, hunting eggs, making cookies, and today we are going to learn about another project you can do. Mary Lee Baker is here with more. More>>

Kasey And Amy

Morgan is out for a new grandchild's arrival, so Kasey Marler does the gentlemanly thing of keeping Amy company. More>>

ETSU Pride Band

Ricky Skaggs will be the guest of honor at the 11th annual Celebration of ETSU Bluegrass, Old Time, Celtic, and Country Music at the Paramount Center for the Arts in downtown Bristol. Ricky will perform with some of the members of the ETSU Pride Band that night; but before that, you'll get to hear them today on Daytime. More>>

Applying For A First Time Mortgage

If you've never bought a house, then the thought of applying for your first mortgage might seem a little overwhelming. But not if you've got a good realtor to guide you through it. Our Daytime Realtor, Debbie Merritt is here with some tips for you. More>>

Animal Shelter Benefit

The Willow Tree Coffee House is having a get together, Thursday evening to support the Johnson City Animal Shelter. Here to tell us about the event is Mickii Carter and Terry Warner. More>>

Appalachia Service Project

Looking for a way to get involved, a way to help people? Maybe you want to make a donation of money, or time and talent? For 45 years, Appalachia Service Project has been helping people here in the TriCities and throughout the region. Joining us this morning to put out a call to volunteers is Karen Frederick, Director of Volunteers. More>>

Moth Study At Winged Deer

Now that warmer weather is here, our area parks will be popular places yet again! One Johnson City park will be the location of a national study on moths. Here with the details and an opportunity for you to get involved are Connie Deegan and Larry McDaniel. More>>

Easter Sassyscape

Liz Bushong is here to show us how to make a fun and classy Easter Sassyscape. More>>

Thunder Valley Fly and Wine

The Thunder Valley Fly and Wine at the Bristol Motor Speedway is back for a second year, and this year, the fun will continue an extra day. It's a fundraiser for Speedway Children's Charities. The three day event is hosted by the queen of fun, Claudia Byrd, and she joins us now with more on the event. More>>

Tax Day!

Amy and Morgan are contemplating Tax Day. More>>

Fried Green Tomatoes

Wild Flour Bakery and Gourmet Restaurant chef, Charles Parker is in our kitchen today showing us a few different ways to make fried green tomatoes. More>>

The 12th Annual Kingsport Spring Spectacular Photography Contest and Exhibition

The 12th Annual Kingsport Spring Spectacular Photography Contest and Exhibition, which has always been in the Fall, has now sprung into Spring! It's a competition that promotes interest in the ever growing art of photography. Here to tell us about this year's event is Ann Fortney. More>>

Happy Birthday, Allie!

Happy Birthday to Allie Helbert, who's turning 7 this week! More>>

What's Brewing The Week Of April 14th

Here is a look at a few of the events that are happening in the area. More>>

MS Walk

It's one day set aside to show the power of connections. You are invited to join the fight and help raise money to create a world free of multiple sclerosis. The MS Walk is coming up Saturday, April 26th in Greeneville, and joining me now with more are Katrina Mausoff and Vickie Morgan. More>>

Family Medicine

If you consider yourself as healthy as the proverbial horse, you should still get a yearly check up. But with all the different kinds of doctors, which one should you see? Dr. Leigh Johnson, from Quillen College of Medicine, is here to help us make that decision. More>>

Season Finale At Mary B. Martin

It is the last event of the season for the Mary B. Martin School Of The Arts at ETSU, but it's a big one! In fact, it is two shows, and here with the details is Anita DeAngelis. More>>

Choosing A Derby Hat

Amy visits the Northeast State Art Department to see the variety of hats that they are making for the Derby Party at 620 State. They might have a few suggestions for her choice of hat, too. More>>

One For The Road

Morgan shows us a fan's fun way of showing off his Daytime TriCities mug. More>>

Easter Peanut Butter Eggs

Nicole Arnold with Food City, shows us how to make colorful peanut butter eggs for Easter. More>>

Easter Brunch

Food City Friday Chef, Beth Wright is making her version of Easter Brunch with quinoa, peas, fruit salad, and some yummy sweet potato biscuits with country ham. More>>

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

JJ gives his review of the new film from Marvel, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. More>>

Wilderness At The Smokies

Ellen Liston from Wilderness At The Smokies is here to show us all the great ways to have fun this Spring. More>>

Dallas Cowboy's, Jason Witten

NFL great, Jason Witten was here to shoot some commercials for Southeast Ford, and Amy caught up with him and talked about his upcoming summer football camp and his upcoming season with the Cowboys. More>>

Easter Flowers

The Joyful Gardener, Jeanne Cope, is here to give us some tips on Easter flowers. More>>

Head To Food City For Your Easter Items

Amy and Morgan talk with Nelson Deaton about all that is going on at Food City for Easter. More>>

Herb Butter Salmon and Caprese Salad

Amber Church from the Bonnie Kate is in the kitchen showing us how to make salmon with herb butter rice and a caprese salad. More>>

Holiday Must Haves

'Tis the season of gifting and entertaining! Joining us this morning with the must-haves for everyone on your list is Lifestyle Expert, Jill Martin. More>>

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  • Super Foods Finale

    Super Foods Finale

    Amy and Chris try out some of Chef Deidre's mouth watering "super" foods.
    Amy and Chris try out some of Chef Deidre's mouth watering "super" foods.
  • Money Strategy

    Money Strategy

    It is time to talk money, because we all know money matters. Davis Garrison the Third from Preservation Financial Group is back with us again this morning to talk strategy.
    It is time to talk money, because we all know money matters. Davis Garrison the Third from Preservation Financial Group is back with us again this morning to talk strategy.
  • Super Foods Part 2

    Super Foods Part 2

    Chef Deidra is back with her delicious caramelized "super" foods.
    Chef Deidra is back with her delicious caramelized "super" foods.
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  • Watch the 2014 Derby and support Northeast State University

    Watch the 2014 Derby and support Northeast State University

    Monday, March 31 2014 12:50 PM EDT2014-03-31 16:50:41 GMT
    (Source: Facebook) (Source: Facebook)
    How can you watch the 2014 Derby and support Northeast State Students all at the same time? The 2014 Derby will take place on May 3rd! You can watch it all at 620 State Street in Bristol, TN. 
    How can you watch the 2014 Derby and support Northeast State Students all at the same time? The 2014 Derby will take place on May 3rd! You can watch it all at 620 State Street in Bristol, TN. 
  • 20 Years Of Highland Brewing

    20 Years Of Highland Brewing

    It is a plaid party this Saturday at Highland Brewing Company in Asheville, as they celebrate 20 years of tasteful brewing. The event will include live music and four of their "20 beers for 20 years"! Joining us now with more on the highland story is Leah Wong Ashburn.
    It is a plaid party this Saturday at Highland Brewing Company in Asheville, as they celebrate 20 years of tasteful brewing. The event will include live music and four of their "20 beers for 20 years"! Joining us now with more on the highland story is Leah Wong Ashburn.
  • Get A Ride On The Acoustic Cruise

    Get A Ride On The Acoustic Cruise

    Have you heard the news? Two of our Daytime partners are teaming up for a whole lot of fun! Kathy Kennedy and Tim White are planning a cruise and you're invited.
    Have you heard the news? Two of our Daytime partners are teaming up for a whole lot of fun! Kathy Kennedy and Tim White are planning a cruise and you're invited.
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  • Derby Northeast

    Derby Northeast

    How can you watch the 2014 Derby and support Northeast State Students all at the same time? The 2014 Derby will take place on May 3rd! You can watch it all at 620 State Street in Bristol, TN. 
    How can you watch the 2014 Derby and support Northeast State Students all at the same time? The 2014 Derby will take place on May 3rd! You can watch it all at 620 State Street in Bristol, TN. Experience live music, live coverage, and an awesome keepsake photo! Pick your favorite horse and sip on the traditional drink of the Kentucky Derby - mint juleps. There will be a silent auction and prizes. Ladies, don't forget your Derby hat, since there will be prizes for the best hat.
  • Upcoming Events at Mary B. Martin School of the Arts

    Upcoming Events at Mary B. Martin School of the Arts

    Anita D'Angelis from ETSU's Mary B. Martin School of the Arts talks about upcoming visits from an artist and a musical quartet!  
    Anita D'Angelis from ETSU's Mary B. Martin School of the Arts talks about upcoming visits from an artist and a musical quartet!  
  • Morgan and Amy Prepare For Spring

    Morgan and Amy Prepare For Spring

    Morgan and Amy talk about getting ready for spring.
    Morgan and Amy talk about getting ready for spring.
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  • Get ready to get some exercise for a good cause

    Get ready to get some exercise for a good cause

    Jacob Francisco Memorial Century and Awareness WalkJacob Francisco Memorial Century and Awareness Walk
    The Franciso family works tirelessly to raise awareness of E. coli dangers in hopes of saving lives.
    The Franciso family works tirelessly to raise awareness of E. coli dangers in hopes of saving lives.
  • ‘Cooking With Super Foods’ class planned

    ‘Cooking With Super Foods’ class planned

    GREENEVILLE, TN – A “Cooking with Super Foods” class is planned April 21 at Takoma Regional Hospital, taught by popular Chef Deidra Harruff. The class will be offered twice – at 11:30 a.m. and again at 6 p.m. -- in the hospital’s Everett and Carolyn Coolidge Volunteer Conference Center, located behind the hospital. Harruff will teach how to cook with kale, quinoa and whole grains. She also will demonstrate how to make gomashio, a healthy alternative to salt. Other upcoming classes by Harruf...
    GREENEVILLE, TN – A “Cooking with Super Foods” class is planned April 21 at Takoma Regional Hospital, taught by popular Chef Deidra Harruff. The class will be offered twice – at 11:30 a.m. and again at 6 p.m. -- in the hospital’s Everett and Carolyn Coolidge Volunteer Conference Center, located behind the hospital. Harruff will teach how to cook with kale, quinoa and whole grains. She also will demonstrate how to make gomashio, a healthy alternative to salt. Other upcoming classes by Harruf...
  • Blood donation opportunities

    Blood donation opportunities

    Johnson City – About 38 percent of the population is eligible to donate blood; however, only three percent actually do. The American Red Cross is encouraging individuals to join those who have stepped up to help save lives by donating blood or platelets. “While only about three percent of the population donates blood, many of us will need blood at some point in our lifetime,” said Gwen Hunter, Blood Donor Recruiter in East Tennessee. “The Red Cross relies on volunteer donors to meet the ne...
    Johnson City – About 38 percent of the population is eligible to donate blood; however, only three percent actually do. The American Red Cross is encouraging individuals to join those who have stepped up to help save lives by donating blood or platelets. “While only about three percent of the population donates blood, many of us will need blood at some point in our lifetime,” said Gwen Hunter, Blood Donor Recruiter in East Tennessee. “The Red Cross relies on volunteer donors to meet the ne...
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