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Marisa Anders

Position: Editor
E-Mail Address: manders@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 423-626-3222
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Area Happenings

DEADLINE: The deadline for submitting Area Happenings, Church Events, Reunions or Society items is Thursday at noon. Addiction Counseling Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals at 800-431-1754. American Legion Post #109 All veterans are invited to attend monthly meeting

Church Events

DEADLINE: The deadline for submitting Area Happenings, Church Events, Reunions or Society items is Thursday at noon. Appalachian Aglow Appalachian Aglow meets bi-monthly at the home of Lisa Leonard in New Tazewell. If interested, call 865-585-0091 for directions and information. Bethel Baptist Church Bethel Baptist Church has a singing each sec

The 15th annual 'Journey to Bethlehem' program at Shawanee Baptist Church will be held Dec. 11-13. The program tells the story of Jesus' birth using live people and animals and visitors are able to walk through the “streets of Bethlehem.” This is an indoor event and will be held each night from 6-8:30 p.m.

Annual 'Journey to Bethlehem' this weekend

The 15th annual 'Journey to Bethlehem' program at Shawanee Baptist Church will be held Dec. 11-13. The program tells the story of Jesus' birth using live people and animals and visitors are able to walk through the “streets of Bethlehem.” This is an indoor event and will be held each night from 6-8:30 p.m.

Claiborne County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) personnel recently made an arrest in connection with a burglary in Clairfield.
Around 5 a.m. Dec. 4, Claiborne E-911 was notified that the front glass was broken out of Jones Grocery in Clairfield, according to a report from the CCSO.
Deputy Carl Mozingo was first on the scene and after clearing the store,

Arrest made in Clairfield store burglary

Claiborne County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) personnel recently made an arrest in connection with a burglary in Clairfield. Around 5 a.m. Dec. 4, Claiborne E-911 was notified that the front glass was broken out of Jones Grocery in Clairfield, according to a report from the CCSO. Deputy Carl Mozingo was first on the scene and after clearing the store,

Clairfield played host to H.Y. Livesay Middle School earlier in the season. The junior varsity boys, varsity girls and varsity boys played.

Clairfield hosts H.Y. Livesay

Clairfield played host to H.Y. Livesay Middle School earlier in the season. The junior varsity boys, varsity girls and varsity boys played.

Area Happenings

DEADLINE: The deadline for submitting Area Happenings, Church Events, Reunions or Society items is Thursday at noon. Addiction Counseling Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals at 800-431-1754. American Legion Post #109 All veterans are invited to attend monthly meeting

Church Events

DEADLINE: The deadline for submitting Area Happenings, Church Events, Reunions or Society items is Thursday at noon. Appalachian Aglow Appalachian Aglow meets bi-monthly at the home of Lisa Leonard in New Tazewell. If interested, call 865-585-0091 for directions and information. Bethel Baptist Church Bethel Baptist Church has a singing each sec

Church Events

DEADLINE: The deadline for submitting Area Happenings, Church Events, Reunions or Society items is Thursday at noon. Appalachian Aglow Appalachian Aglow meets bi-monthly at the home of Lisa Leonard in New Tazewell. If interested, call 865-585-0091 for directions and information. Benefit Supper There will be a Benefit Supper for Mike Hurst on De

Area Happenings

DEADLINE: The deadline for submitting Area Happenings, Church Events, Reunions or Society items is Thursday at noon. Addiction Counseling Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals at 800-431-1754. American Legion Post #109 All veterans are invited to attend monthly meeting

A beautiful, sunny day brought thousands of people out to line Hwy. 33 Saturday for the annual Christmas Parade, sponsored by the New Tazewell Merchant's Association.
Numerous floats were entered, and winners were named in three categories.
Winners in the religious category were: First place – Cave Springs Baptist Church; second place ̵

Everyone loves a parade

A beautiful, sunny day brought thousands of people out to line Hwy. 33 Saturday for the annual Christmas Parade, sponsored by the New Tazewell Merchant's Association. Numerous floats were entered, and winners were named in three categories. Winners in the religious category were: First place – Cave Springs Baptist Church; second place ̵

It is time once again to be thinking about floats and fun as the annual Christmas Parade is coming up this weekend.
The New Tazewell Merchant Association will present the annual merchant parade on Nov. 22 at 1 p.m.
This year marks the 41st year for the annual parade, according to Frances Hensley, secretary for the Merchant Association.
This year

Annual parade this weekend

It is time once again to be thinking about floats and fun as the annual Christmas Parade is coming up this weekend. The New Tazewell Merchant Association will present the annual merchant parade on Nov. 22 at 1 p.m. This year marks the 41st year for the annual parade, according to Frances Hensley, secretary for the Merchant Association. This year





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