The Blue’s Carter Rivenburg scored on a 57-yard touchdown run and Levonne Terry, Rivenburg’s co-MVP, ripped off a 53-yard touchdown run to highlight their team’s seven-TD day in a 45-17 win over the Red at Virginia-Wise’s Carl Smith Stadium.
Johnson Central rode the points of four individual champions Saturday to pull away with the team championship in the annual Bobby Bates Classic wrestling tournament at the Virginia-Wise Prior Convocation Center.
Athletes taking part in the 10th annual FCA All-Star football game went from practicing in the snow to playing on a picture-perfect Saturday afternoon at J. Fred Johnson Stadium, where the West took a 42-17 victory.
The 10th annual FCA All-Star football game took place Saturday at J. Fred Johnson Stadium in Kingsport. The West team won the lopsided affair 42-17, but the whole point of the week was to bond and build relationships with new teammates and coaches.
In Friday’s nonconference girls game, the Lady Indians kept on trucking and claimed their 10th win in 11 outings with a 69-31 stroll past the Lady Greene Devils.
Dobyns-Bennett welcomed Greeneville to the Buck Van Huss Dome for a nonconference varsity basketball twin bill on Friday. The hosts swept the night, the boys winning 61-43 and the girls 69-31.
VIDEO & PHOTO GALLERY: The parents of Pfc. Lewis E. Price must have known he’d be coming home someday because they reserved a plot for him beside them at Highland Cemetery in Rogersville.
As the weekend's big snow event finally begins to wind down, so too do our Snow Day 2018 community scrapbooks. Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm in photos and shared those photos with us so that we could share them with you.
Winter Storm Diego blanketed the region with its first significant snowfall of the year and Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm - from fallen tree branches and rough road conditions to the scenic beauty, fun and frolic. Check out
Our Scrapbook Gallery features your photos highlighting 'scrapbook' moments in your lives here in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Some of the photos also appear in print in our Sunday Stories section. To share your favorite scrapbook
Winter Storm Diego blanketed the region with its first significant snowfall of the year and Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm - from the fallen tree branches and rough road conditions to the fun and frolic it allowed. Check out
The winter storm may be over, but the pictures from Times News readers are still flowing in and we're showing them off here in our Community Scrapbooks. Check out this one and then follow the links to see even more photos from the winter storm and
During a 48-hour period of Jan. 12-14, we got more than 21 inches of snow in Chicago, and that was on top of the 7 inches we had left over from New Year’s Eve that hadn't melted yet. You just can't imagine living with that much snow until you've seen it with your own eyes.
The winter storm blanketing the region this weekend led to road and school closures, power outages and other inconveniences. But many Times News readers also saw the good in it - making memories, snapping photos and enjoying the scenery. We asked