Nearly 10,000 bibles later, ‘The Bible People’ are still going strong

What started with the purchase of 50 bibles has turned into a domestic missionary effort that has resulted in the distribution of nearly 10,000...

‘No longer just a nursing home’

“I really don’t look at us as a nursing home anymore.”Those are the words of Huntsville Manor senior administrator Carla Buttram, in describing the...

A lifetime of pharmacy and no regrets

“I don’t remember a time that this is not what I wanted to do.”Those are the words of Oneida pharmacist Terry Roark, from the...

Pine Creek United Baptist Church: Serving its community since the 1870s

For nearly as long as Scott County has been, Pine Creek United Baptist Church has been. And for nearly as long as Pine Creek...

Collaborative effort will save O&W Bridge

“We all have to realize that this bridge could wind up being closed. And if it’s deemed unsafe, we may never get it back.”Those...

Grant will improve technology at Scott High

HUNTSVILLE — Students and teachers at Scott High School are about to get a big leg up. In the weeks and months ahead, nearly $50,000...

Gearing up for White Knuckle

HUNTSVILLE — Some love it, some hate it, and some are just altogether indifferent. But, one way or another, Scott County’s single biggest tourism...

Boys & Girls Club is serving more Scott County youth than ever

Youth at the Boys & Girls Club of the Cumberland Plateau build a Lego replica of the club.

Conversations With Pastors: Kyle Keeton

The Focus On: Religion page’s “Conversations With Pastors” series continues with Kyle Keeton, pastor at Black Oak Baptist Church. Keeton was ordained to preach...

Mission: Correct elementary reading deficiencies

By Melanie GarrettThe research is staggering — less than half of Tennessee’s third and fourth graders are reading on grade level, based on state...

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