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Barefoot Movement, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.; Grasstowne 3:30-5 p.m.; Ronnie Bowman 5:30-7 p.m. I wish that I could channel Ed Sullivan's enthusiasm when he introduced "The Beatles," because "Barefoot Movement," featuring home town talent Hasee Ciaccio is to Americana what the "Fab Four" was/is to rock 'n' roll.
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Center Auditorium at East Tennessee State University: There were students from all walks of life involved a ceremony to honor their hard work and achievements one month before their graduations.
It was a packed house on Tuesday night in an East Tennessee State University auditorium as the institution recognized more than 800 graduates.
We're used to seeing actual old buildings placed on the National Register of Historic Places, but sometimes an industrial site--a quarry--makes the cut, too.
Flight students across the country are grappling with new federal regulations that strikingly increase the minimum number of flight hours required to earn a license to fly commercial aircraft.
Middle Tennessee State University President Sidney McPhee was honored by the state Senate for an award he received in Beijing.
Preserving important family records will be easier than ever for people who attend the next in the Tennessee State Library and Archives' series of workshops.
Joe Smith, executive assistant to the president for university relations, said that the university is entertaining two potential locations for the stadium.
Fordham University professor Clarence Ball won an Emmy Award in January from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
She's a poet, a motivational speaker and an educational consultant, a Talladega native and a former professor.
It was a day of flat tires, smashed up metal, and total breakdown at the US Space and Rocket Center.
Property tax collections are up more than $7 million this year over last year in Knox County but there is still around $11 million in unpaid property taxes that need to be collected.
<![CDATA[JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (AP) -- Officials in eight northeast Tennessee counties are expressing concerns about a proposed increase in fees for death investigations. East Tennessee State University Dean of Medicine Robert Means announced this week that the college is seeking to charge counties $2.79 per capita for services at the William L. Jenkins Forensic Center. Counties are currently charged based on the five-year average of autopsies ordered by each one. Means told the Johnson City Press (http://bit.ly/1hw1OM9) that the new rate structure is necessary so the center can adhere to a new state law. He said the ETSU center can't meet the requirements at its current staffing level. Mayors in the affected counties say they don't know if they can afford the increase and they may consider contacting elsewhere for services. ------ Information from: Johnson City Press, http://www.johnsoncitypress.com