The East Tennessee Children's Choir began with a dream; and after a few stumbles – including an armed robbery – it has grown beyond its original dream and celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
King student dreams of theatre
Jenson Lavallee first set foot on a stage in middle school, but when he came to King University his dream wasn't to study theatre. He was a pre-med major on a volleyball scholarship. But, oh how his dream has changed.
Work of potter and minister examined
The pottery group shown here is a good representation of local stoneware.
The Johnson City Community Theatre has appointed Thomas Townsend as theatre manager.
Tennessee's highest honor in the arts, the Governor's Arts Award, presented by Gov. Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam, honored Johnson City, Tenn., resident James C. "Jim" Martin in the Arts Leadership category.
Milligan College sophomore Johnny Miller, of Johnson City, Tenn., is soaking in the sights and sounds of Nashville this semester as part of an off-campus study program that is preparing him for a career in music.
Seven Tusculum College students, all English/creative writing majors, attended Hollins University's 53rd Annual Lex Allen Literary Festival in Roanoke, Va. with English Department chair, Heather Patterson.
Six Milligan College students were selected as finalists in the Photographer's Forum Magazine 33rd Annual College and High School Photography Contest.
The Abingdon, Va., Town Council is accepting nominations for the annual Arthur Campbell Community Service Award, the highest honor given by the council.
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