February 22, 2018

WWII veteran guarded by angels

WWII veteran guarded by angels

Heather Dawes Grainger Today Reporter MOORESBURG – Rev. George Dean is a 94-year-old WWII veteran who believes his guardian angel has walked beside him throughout his life. The Mooresburg resident said his life has been met with tribulation from the early age of three...

WSCC offering permit to carry a firearm class

MORRISTOWN – Walters State’s Division of Workforce Training will offer the Permit to Carry a Firearm class Saturday, Feb. 24, at the college’s public safety campus in Morristown. The class runs from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., and the cost is $70. This includes classroom...

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Laundry ministry is loving people to Jesus

Laundry ministry is loving people to Jesus

ROGERSVILLE – One of Rogersville’s newest ministries will celebrate its second anniversary in August 2018. The Rogersville Laundry Ministry was founded under the women’s ministry at Rogersville First Christian Church. Its two-year anniversary will be celebrated with...

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Hawkins County mayor’s race competitive

Barbara Womack Grainger Today Correspondent ROGERSVILLE – A crowded field of candidates will be on the ballot for the May 1 Hawkins County primary, hoping to succeed retiring County Mayor Melville Bailey. Five Republicans have qualified for their party primary. One...

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Third Tate Springs Hotel never came to fruition

Third Tate Springs Hotel never came to fruition

Ken Coffey Grainger Today Correspondent In its day, Tate Springs Hotel was a nationally-known resort, serving many influential and notable people. Its guest book reportedly included guests such as Henry Ford, the Studebakers, Mellons, Duponts and Firestones. The...

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Grainger FCCLA participates in FACTS project

Grainger FCCLA participates in FACTS project

RUTLEDGE – Grainger High School FCCLA is participating in the FCCLA national program called FACTS – Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety. The project, entitled Safety is No Accident, is led by FCCLA officers Destiny Simpson, Kaylyn Munsey and Leah Troutt. As...

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Apartment complexes awarded grant funds

Apartment complexes awarded grant funds

RUTLEDGE –  Senior Crimestoppers has awarded funds to Cambridge, Autumn Village and Mill Creek Apartments, as part of a grant to be used to fulfill a wish or need of the residents living on the apartment complexes. The funds were presented to Karen McNish, who manages...

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Grainger County Business & Industry Directory

Grainger County Business & Industry Directory

WWII veteran guarded by angels

WWII veteran guarded by angels

Heather Dawes Grainger Today Reporter MOORESBURG – Rev. George Dean is a 94-year-old WWII veteran who believes his guardian angel has walked beside him throughout his life. The Mooresburg resident said his life has been met with tribulation from the early age of three...

read more

WSCC offering permit to carry a firearm class

MORRISTOWN – Walters State’s Division of Workforce Training will offer the Permit to Carry a Firearm class Saturday, Feb. 24, at the college’s public safety campus in Morristown. The class runs from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., and the cost is $70. This includes classroom...

read more
Laundry ministry is loving people to Jesus

Laundry ministry is loving people to Jesus

ROGERSVILLE – One of Rogersville’s newest ministries will celebrate its second anniversary in August 2018. The Rogersville Laundry Ministry was founded under the women’s ministry at Rogersville First Christian Church. Its two-year anniversary will be celebrated with...

read more

Hawkins County mayor’s race competitive

Barbara Womack Grainger Today Correspondent ROGERSVILLE – A crowded field of candidates will be on the ballot for the May 1 Hawkins County primary, hoping to succeed retiring County Mayor Melville Bailey. Five Republicans have qualified for their party primary. One...

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