Daytime LIVE at CareerQuestTN 2022

Lottie Ryans with First Tennessee Development District and organizer of CareerQuest TN 2022, shares with us how much effort goes into making this huge event for students, teachers, and employers so special each year!

Daytime LIVE at CareerQuestTN 2022

Abingdon claims the Mtn. Dist 7 championship with …

ETSU Bucs depart for the Southern Conference baseball …

Vols offensive lineman Dayne Davis comes home to …

Bristol, Va. says closing stinky landfill is the …

CEO who led Hands On! move, expansion leaving after …

Pound, Va. Mayor Stacey Carson resigns ‘effective …

UPDATE: 3 killed in I-81 crash in Washington County, …

Federal guidelines on summer feeding for kids in …

The guarantee of free school meals for all students …

Kingsport special ed teacher under investigation …

Kingsport special ed teacher under investigation …

Pinnacle Summer Concert Series kicks off Friday; …

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Abingdon claims the Mtn. Dist 7 championship with …

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ETSU Bucs depart for the Southern Conference baseball …

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Vols offensive lineman Dayne Davis comes home to …

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Bristol, Va. says closing stinky landfill is the …

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CEO who led Hands On! move, expansion leaving after …

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Pound, Va. Mayor Stacey Carson resigns ‘effective …

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UPDATE: 3 killed in I-81 crash in Washington County, …

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Federal guidelines on summer feeding for kids in …

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The guarantee of free school meals for all students …

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Kingsport special ed teacher under investigation …

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Kingsport special ed teacher under investigation …

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Pinnacle Summer Concert Series kicks off Friday; …

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Local News

Bristol, Va. says closing stinky landfill is the …

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The guarantee of free school meals for all students …

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CEO who led Hands On! move, expansion leaving after …

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Pound, Va. Mayor Stacey Carson resigns ‘effective …

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UPDATE: 3 killed in I-81 crash in Washington County, …

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Pinnacle Summer Concert Series kicks off Friday; …

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‘The Greene’ to become a one-stop-shop for coffee, …

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Kingsport special ed teacher under investigation …

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Enhanced Prom celebrates milestones of guests

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Groups aim to attract & attain workforce as people …

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Friends remember Rev. Vincent Dial as humble leader …

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Committee established to oversee Ashe St. Courthouse …

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Tri-Cities Original

Tri-Cities Original: Wilson’s Barbershop in Elizabethton …

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Tri-Cities Original: T.R. & Carla Dunn dreaming big …

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Sports

Abingdon claims the Mtn. Dist 7 championship with …

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ETSU Bucs depart for the Southern Conference baseball …

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Vols offensive lineman Dayne Davis comes home to …

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Gavin Cross earns All-ACC baseball honors

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Vikings send four teams off to Murfreesboro for state …

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Daniel Boone softball to lean on experience in Murfreesboro

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Tri-Cities Otters eager to build on record-breaking …

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Greeneville soccer continues state tournament streak; …

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ETSU wins rain-shortened game to close regular season

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Vikings, Lady Blazers among local teams to earn state …

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ETSU Athletics announces upcoming baseball training …

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Dobyns-Bennett wins regional by shutting out Science …

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Daytime Tri-Cities

Good Samaritan Ministries to offer Summer Food Program …

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Kingsport Kiwanis Club Foundation to host “Rolling …

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Founders Forge to host 6th annual Pitch Start-Up …

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Birthplace of Country Music Museum’s Farm & Fun Time …

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Summer Reading Program offered at Johnson City Public …

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Learning about travel protocols post-covid with Travel …

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Memorial Day deals at Southern Pools & Spas

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Fields & Farms: Bales Farms

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HOPE scholarship increase to make college more affordable

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40th annual Plumb Alley Day in Abingdon this Saturday

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Spring Expo & Health Fair to be held at Jonesborough …

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Raw Chef Jane: Ranch Dressing

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