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November 22, 2017

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Talking Turkey… 

Talking Turkey…  Just in time for Thanksgiving, [Text Wrapping Break]Grainger County pre-K students offer tips for how to prepare a turkey.  Bean Station Elementary School  Temperance Daniels (age 4) – “Glue a turkey to put her back together.”   Isaiah Trent (age 4) – “Get some meat on it.  Get some salt.  Get some pepper on

Tennova Healthcare highlights best exercises for good health 

KNOXVILLE – Anyone standing in a supermarket checkout line will be bombarded with dozens of different messages about the “best diet” and the “best exercises” to lose weight, gain weight, get stronger and stay healthy. How can anyone choose the right plan?  To help with evaluating and selecting the right workout routine—based on specific needs

TWRA updates smartphone app 

NASHVILLE – For nearly a quarter-million users of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s “On The Go 2.0” smartphone app, finding a place in Tennessee to hunt, fish, boat and view wildlife has become easier than ever.  “We have put a lot of time into improving our app, and we are happy to announce it is

Youth squirrel hunt to be held at Chuck Swan WMA 

SHARPS CHAPEL – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will host its annual youth squirrel hunt Saturday, December 16 at the Chuck Swan WMA in Union County.  The free hunt is for children ages six to 16.   Hunters ages 13 to 16 years of age must possess appropriate hunting licenses and permits, and youth ages 10

Candidate petitions picked up in Hawkins County 

Barbara Womack Grainger Today Correspondent  ROGERSVILLE –   Candidate activity was quite brisk during the first day of qualifying for the May 1 Hawkins County Democrat and Republican primaries, but slowed down the first of this week. Administrator of Elections Donna Sharp said 15 people picked up petitions Friday for various offices.  She said all countywide

Washburn Honor Roll

Students making Gold Honor Roll with all A’s for the first nine weeks at Washburn School are: First grade, Hadley Acuff, Caden Beeler, Savannah Brogan, Will Cornett, Carly Dalton, Destiny Ferguson, Emily Hankins, Nolan Harville, Gavin Kincaid, Rylan PAschall, Kenlie Rutherford, Natalie Walker, Skyler Whaley; second grade, Kanyon Anderson, Isaac Angelos, Cody Atkins, Andy Beeler,

Washburn School students of the month for October

Washburn School students of the month for October are: Pre-K, Corbin Frye; kindergarten, Chloe Felosi; first grade, Caden Beeler; second grade, Leah Coffman; third grade, Levi Collins; fourth grade, Storm Carpenter; fifth grade, Celeste Blankenship; sixth grade, Megan Beeler; seventh grade, Shauntella Bailey; eighth grade, Kathryn Dalton; ninth grade, Emily Kincaid; 10th grade, Devin McGinnis;

Rutledge Elementary School Honor Roll

Students making Gold Honor Roll with all A’s for the first nine weeks at Rutledge Elementary School are: Second grade,Victoria Boyer, David Cabbage, Kenny Davis, Jenna DeBord, Harper Dixon, Sophia Dixon, Aiden Hensley, Miah Hipsher, Addie Hunt, Kaylee Kellione, Jack Lerchen, Jaylynn Mills, Kaylee Moran, Patience Reed, Caedyn Roach, Weston Roberts, Ryan Robinette, Kari Shackelford,

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