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Cherokee Tribune
Nearly 60 Cherokee County standouts make their college commitments binding - CANTON — Cherokee County seniors joined athletes from all over the country in solidifying their futures Wednesday morning in a National Signing Day ceremony at the Norths...Nearly 60 Cherokee County standouts make their college commitments binding CAN
Nearly 60 Cherokee County standouts make their college commitments binding - CANTON — Cherokee County seniors joined athletes from all over the country in solidifying their futures Wednesday morning in a National Signing Day ceremony at the Norths...
Cherokee Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Nearly 60 Cherokee County standouts make their college commitments binding CANTON — Cherokee County seniors joined athletes from all over the country in solidifying their futures Wednesday morning, in a National Signing Day ceremony at the Northside... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Permanent connection: Tattoo project unites Maryville College alumniMARYVILLE — When Nicole Wicker looks down at her foot, she sees a tattoo that r
Permanent connection: Tattoo project unites Maryville College alumni
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
MARYVILLE — When Nicole Wicker looks down at her foot, she sees a tattoo that reads, "And true." It's a reminder to be true to herself and true to the part of her that Maryville College helped develop, she said. Maryville College was where she... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Discover Earth display stopping in Blount CountyA traveling exhibit about earth science, "Discover Earth: Our Changing Planet,"
Discover Earth display stopping in Blount County
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
A traveling exhibit about earth science, "Discover Earth: Our Changing Planet," will make nine stops across the United States — and the Blount County Public Library will be one of them. "We think people of all ages and backgrounds will find that the... Read more
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Benton Evening News
Margaret DuncanHERRIN — Margaret Anne Duncan, age 79, of Benton, formerly of Herrin, passed aw
Margaret Duncan
Benton Evening News / Posted 15 days ago
HERRIN — Margaret Anne Duncan, age 79, of Benton, formerly of Herrin, passed away at 4:29 am on Tuesday, January 19, 2016, at Herrin Hospital. Margaret was born in Herrin on August 12, 1936, the daughter of William Guy and Ruth (Stanley) Quillman.... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
MDJ announces staff promotions in newsroom - MARIETTA — Two Marietta Daily Journal staff members — Jon Gillooly and Ricky Leroux — have been promoted and will assume expanded responsibility in the newsroom J.K. Murphy managing editor and vice pres...MARIETTA — Two Marietta Daily Journal staff members — Jon Gillooly and Ricky Le
MDJ announces staff promotions in newsroom - MARIETTA — Two Marietta Daily Journal staff members — Jon Gillooly and Ricky Leroux — have been promoted and will assume expanded responsibility in the newsroom J.K. Murphy managing editor and vice pres...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 17 days ago
MARIETTA — Two Marietta Daily Journal staff members — Jon Gillooly and Ricky Leroux — have been promoted and will assume expanded responsibility in the newsroom, J.K. Murphy, managing editor and vice president of content for the Marietta Daily... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Maryville College has $567 million impact on regional economyMaryville College had a more than $567 million impact on the regional economy i
Maryville College has $567 million impact on regional economy
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
Maryville College had a more than $567 million impact on the regional economy in the past five years, according to a recent study. An economic impact study reviewed a five-year period from 2010 to 2015 and found that the college contributed an... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Students apply personal finance basics in January termMARYVILLE — Imagine buying a ticket to see your favorite sports team or band pl
Students apply personal finance basics in January term
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted a month ago
MARYVILLE — Imagine buying a ticket to see your favorite sports team or band play. But when you get there, the $150 ticket is lost. Do you buy another ticket? That scenario was presented to a classroom of Maryville College students. No, chimed in... Read more

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