Watauga Valley Railroad Historical Society & Museum brought a train, lead by a 1904 steam engine, through Greeneville on July 13, 2012. The train began the day in Roanoke, Va., heading toward Knoxville. Earlier in July, Watauga Valley offered passenger rides in East Tennessee, using a diesel engine. Sun video by Emily Hagenburger.
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thatexplores different aspects of high school football in Greene County.This week's episode focuses on Chuckey-Doak High School's athletic trainer. ...(more)
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More than 40 admirers of antiques and old homes, many of them
professionals in the study of the "decorative arts," visited Greeneville on Tuesday as part of a
"winter study trip" to East Tennessee organized by a respected North Carolina
The American Cancer Society is seeking local volunteers to participate in a landmark cancer prevention study. The announcement of "Cancer Prevention Study-3" was made at Laughlin Memorial Hospital in Greeneville on June 21, 2012. Local partners in the ...(more)