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$5 Million Gift to fund Career Center at Emory & Henry

John van Vlissingen Emory & Henry College announced at its fall Board of Trustees meeting that it received a gift of $5 million from The van Vlissingen Student Foundation to create The van Vlissingen Center for Career and Professional Development at Emory & Henry College. The gift will support the College’s new strategic initiatives, “Pivot Toward the Future” 2020-23, that was approved at the meetin ...

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NeTREP luncheon focuses on putting regionalism into action

NeTREP CEO Mitch Miller introduces Mike Brenneman, who was visiting Tannery Knobs Bike Park from his home in Pennsylvania. PHOTO BY DAVE ONGIE By Dave Ongie, News Editor The Northeast Tennessee Regional Economic Parntership (NeTREP) investor update luncheon last Friday offered plenty of opportunity to reflect upon encouraging economic data high atop Tannery Knobs Bike Park, which is a recent success story i ...

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Virginia Business College Receives Provisional Certificate to Operate

The Virginia Business College (VBC), a new college in Bristol, Virginia, was granted a Provisional Certificate to Operate from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) Oct. 29. “This is a significant step forward for the Virginia Business College” says Dr. Gene Couch, President, of the 4-year, private, non-profit college. “This approval will allow us to begin recruitment of the inaugural c ...

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NFIB honors three Northeast Tennessee legislators

The Tennessee office of NFIB, the state’s leading small business advocacy organization, Monday presented its Guardian of Small Business award to state Sen. Rusty Crowe (District 3) and state Rep. John Holsclaw (District 4). NFIB made the presentations at the Elizabethton/Carter County Chamber of Commerce. The organization awarded the same recognition to District 9 State Representative Gary Hicks at Mohawk M ...

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Milligan College to become Milligan University in 2020

by Dave Ongie Before Milligan College president Dr. Bill Greer made a major announcement regarding the future of the school, he took some time to draw a thumbnail sketch of Milligan’s history for those gathered inside the Gregory Center last Friday morning. Greer retraced the steps that led to the founding of the school over 150 years ago. He spoke of Milligan’s struggle to stay open during World War II, wh ...

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Bank of Tennessee announces new executive appointments

William B. Greene Jr, Chairman of BancTenn Corp, and the Board of Directors of Bank of Tennessee enthusiastically announce the appointment of a new CEO and the promotion of several key employees. On October 21, 2019 the Board named Dale Fair as the new Chief Executive Officer for Bank of Tennessee and divisions, Carter County Bank and Mountain Community Bank. With Fair’s vast experience in the financial sec ...

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King, SVCC sign dual admission agreement

King President Alexander W. Whitaker IV and SWCC President Thomas F. Wright, Ed.D. King University and Southwest Virginia Community College (SWCC) announced a new program agreement Tuesday that will provide qualifying SWCC students with dual admission and guaranteed acceptance to King. King President Alexander W. Whitaker IV and SWCC President Thomas F. Wright, Ed.D., signed the agreement during a news conf ...

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An Appalachian Renaissance

by Mary Trigiani Renaissance is rebirth. Every era of human history labeled as a renaissance shares common hallmarks: essential transition, intellectual flowering, and a questioning of the status quo. The renaissance of most notoriety, from roughly the 14th century through the 17th, gave light to rational thinking grounded in an appreciation of the past while not literally of it. As a result of a rationalit ...

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The doctors are in

Above: Ballad Health’s newly named physician leadership team includes (front, l-r) Dr. Mark Patterson, Dr. Chris Metzger, Dr. Shari Rajoo, Dr. Clay Runnels, (back, l-r) Dr. Mark Wilkinson, Dr. Amit Vashist and Dr. Matthew Loos. Photo by Jeff Keeling by Jeff Keeling Editor’s Note: This print article reviews the big picture and background surrounding Ballad Health’s decision to name seven physicians to new, a ...

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