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Kingsport Archive plans move, opening new exhibits

Olyvia Fleming, Staff Writer

October 6, 2018

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Kingsport, Tennessee has a rich and somewhat forgotten history. Underneath the Kingsport Public Library, the town’s history is represented. Most people do not know that the City of Kingsport has an official archive. Brianne...

Running blade grant changes student athlete’s life

Ella Miller, Opinion Editor

September 24, 2018

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Sydney Fleming is one in forty thousand. Born with a congenital fibular hemimelia of the right leg, she had a Syme’s Amputation at the age of ten months. Now a seventh grade student, Sydney can walk with the assistance of...

Veteran’s Day at Sevier

Lucy Addair, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018

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On November 9th, 2017, students and faculty gathered in the gym to honor those who have in the past or are currently serving in the armed forces. First, everyone gathered in the gym as a slideshow reflected on a television....

Tennessee Governor Race

Abigail Fanning, Social Media Coordinator

February 21, 2018

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Once again, it is the time when when the citizens of Tennessee see yard signs telling them who to vote for. This year, the yard signs do not involve the presidency, but rather another high level of elected office: governor. Incumbent...

Sports Injuries

LeBette Long, A&E Editor

February 21, 2018

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Injuries in athletes are common since they put their bodies through multiple obstacles. There are different injuries associated with different kinds of sports. The most common injuries in football players are concussion; tennis...

Are redheads different?

Tatum Metcalf, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018

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People who have red hair are a small percentage of the world’s population, yet there are about 140 million redheads. With this many people, you would think that the rumors would have ceased. From vampires to bad luck, redheads...

Nuclear Waste Problem

Balu Pushkas, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018

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From the first nuclear bomb to the Cold War, the breakthroughs in nuclear energy and the atom have shaped the world. Safely harnessing nuclear energy and controlling it’s waste are a difficult problem that the US has struggled...

New Journalism teacher at DB

Erin Barnes, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018

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Dobyns Bennett High School recently introduced a new Journalism teacher, Elaine Riner. Riner studied English at Liberty University and now teaches two English classes and one yearbook and newspaper class. Riner has had experience...

New Students at JSMS

Lili Burleson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2018

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John Sevier Middle School is a shockingly large school, with an incredible number of students. There have been 55 new students enrolled at Sevier since the start of this school year, and 38 of these students came from schools...

Fort Henry Mall Renovations

Haley Shipley, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018

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Once a very popular place, the Fort Henry Mall was becoming less and less popular every day. Maybe, that will not be true for long. Visitors to the mall may have noticed a lot of things at the mall that look very different but...

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