SNEEDVILLE – Nearly 25 health-focused organizations and companies are set to host a free health fair in Hancock County Saturday, August 19 at the Old Hancock County High School, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Dr. Manny Sethi and Healthy Tennessee are bringing in healthcare professionals that will be available to consult with local residents
ROGERSVILLE – The Mobuck Football Booster Club is announcing the first time ever Reserved Parking Plan for all Cherokee Chief High School football games. This will include any future playoff games at Big Red Valley in 2017. The initial offering is of 75 prime spaces just behind the Press Box area. Passes are selling fast with
ROGERSVILLE – The Mobuck Football Booster Club will have official Cherokee Chief merchandise for sale in the next week or so. Plans are to have a sale at Cherokee High School for students, faculty and staff as soon as possible. The merchandise will be available at all home games beginning with the first one, Friday, September
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Tracey Wolfe Grainger Today Editor There are patriots who have demonstrated what it means to not ask what their country could do for them, but what they could do for their country. In some cases, those who gave more than we as a nation had a right to ask of them were then spit upon
Tracey Wolfe Grainger Today Editor ROGERSVILLE – A California man was arrested Thursday, July 27 after reportedly evading officers and rolling backwards off the Hugh B. Day Bridge, on Route 66 in Rogersville. According to a press release issued by the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO), officers received a report Nicholas Bryan, 36, was sitting on