The big day is Wednesday, July 22, and community members have until noon that day to visit the website at www.kingsportducks.org to sponsor their ducks. The drawing will be a Facebook Live event.
The park’s award-winning series of activities is taking place this year with new safety protocols due to COVID-19, including pre-registration requirements for some activities.
Ministry Director Sheldon Livesay told the Times News that mechanical failures on both Lunch Box program school buses have put a financial strain on the program, which is already operating on a shoestring budget.
Our desire for Christian fellowship tells us that we are in the family of God
The Birthplace of Country Music is making every effort to roll this year’s planned lineup of performers to 2021, which will now be the 20th Rhythm & Roots event.
The United States conducts a census, as outlined in the Constitution, every 10 years. But federal law requires no information about individual respondents be made public for 72 years.
Lucy Fleming began as a volunteer worker in 1992 and became Fun Fest director in 2000.
For the first time since 1986 there was no Fourth of July Celebration in Rogersville, but the community still came out in force to celebrate the nation’s birthday and express its patriotism with the annual Fourth of July Parade.
For the first time since 1986 there was no Fourth of July Celebration in Rogersville, but the community still came out in force Friday evening to enjoy cool cars and live music during the historic downtown Cruise In on the eve of the Fourth of July.
Sitting on the front porch swing and facing east at the dawning of day, one can catch a glimpse of God’s created glory.
For many of the folks who call The Laurels home, parades are one of the few opportunities they have to see anyone other than residents or staff.
Even in the midst of dark days, unity is a shining light of hope and beauty.
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Here’s a devotional prompted by a late-night chore: wheeling the trash can to the curb under a clear night sky.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to how much to exercise. Do something active as often as you can.