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Mountain Music School taking applications
Mountain Empire Community College is accepting applications for the 10th annual Mountain Music School. The school will be held from July 21-25. Mountain Music School is dedicated to the preservatio...
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Town agrees to turn over old town hall
After brief discussion, Appalachia Town Council voted 5-0 to give the old town hall to the business owner who now occupies the building. According to the lease between the town and the business, th...
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Outdoor drama to have two casts
The 51st season of "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" outdoor drama will feature dual casts. Artistic Director Mark Salyer indicated his interest in double-casting most parts to give more people a ch...
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Flag retirement
Cub and Tiger Scouts last Saturday retired four United States flags in a ceremony at Frog Level Park, including three large ones that previously flew over the Pal’s restaurant in Norton. The proper...
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Seniors can apply for market checks
Persons 60 years of age and older can now apply for the 2014 Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, Mountain Empire Older Citizens announced. MEOC will soon be given a limited number of books of ...
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Lee coal tipple transformed into park
An outdoor classroom on the former site of a Lee County coal tipple will open to the public later this month. Upper Tennessee River Roundtable and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, along with Kee...
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Happy reunion, better world
Conscientious pet owners endure about a day and a half of separation from their animals to make the world better in the long run. Having a dog or cat spayed or neutered helps control the population...
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BSG Rescue requests funding increase
The Big Stone Gap Rescue Squad is asking for an increase in the money it gets annually from the town. Larry Rasnick, president of the squad’s board of directors, asked Big Stone Gap Town Council fo...
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Building demolition to result in detours
Motorists can expect occasional detours because of the NAPA building demolition over the coming weeks. Crews are a week into the demolition, which could take another three to four weeks, Town Manag...
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