A benefit basketball game featuring the Grainger County Sheriff’s Department against Doyle’s Auto Parts that took place Saturday, January 14 raised $6,640 for the Shop With a Cop program. The game raised $4,135 with an anonymous individual donation of $1,505 given just prior to the game. Mod…
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DESTIN, FLORIDA – While the basketball games might not have gone as they hoped, the trip to the Hilton Sandestin Beach Blowout was a great experience for the Washburn High School Lady Pirates, head coach Daniel Bishop said.
FCCLA members and Rutledge Middle School students made Christmas cards and Christmas ornaments for the Ridgeview Terrace nursing home residents. The cards were part of their Christmas gifts for the holidays.
Grainger Today reached out to Grainger County veterans requesting photos, descriptions, stories and memories of their service to our country. We honor all veterans and thank you for your service.
Emma Morgan of Ada Bea’s Boutique was one of a variety of vendors at ‘A Christmas to Remember’ Fall Expo at Rutledge Elementary School Saturday, November 5. The event was sponsored by Hometown Businesses of Grainger County and the Grainger County Chamber of Commerce. For additional photos, see GT7.
Appalachian Electric Co-op Member Krista Etter (r) won the adult scavenger hunt sponsored by AEC during the Grainger County Fall Festival. Etter was one of three winners, and was awarded $50. Etter is pictured with AEC’s Programs Administrator, Carey Rose, at AEC’s Festival booth.