Community News

  • Coalfield

       Please mark your calendars to enjoy the Coalfield Community Choir Christmas concert:

  • Packed Away Picture
  • Work gifting etiquette: Get giving right

        Gift giving in the workplace can be challenging territory to navigate. And as anyone who has received an inappropriate gift or something that really wasn’t useful can attest, he or she probably doesn’t want to face a situation in which a gift leads to office gossip.

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  • Add a pop of purple around the house

        Pantone named “Ultra Violet” its color of the year in 2018, helping to create a resurgence in popularity of all things purple. As a result, homeowners who pride themselves on staying on top of the latest trends have increasingly turned to purple when designing their home interiors.
        Purple influences can range from the dramatic to the subtle. Here are some ways to embrace purple in your home.

    Transition bedroom color

  • Happenings

    Wednesday, Dec. 5

    Free Medical Clinic closing
    Dr. Tom Kim has announced that his free medical clinics in Anderson, Morgan and Scott Counties will close effective Dec. 5. Patients  who wish to see Dr. Kim at his Knoxville Clinic may call 865-577-3733 to schedule an appointment.

    Thursday, Dec. 6

    ETHRA Commodities Distribution

  • DWR brings holiday spirit to courthouse square

        Downtown Wartburg Revitalization works diligently to add pride to the town of Wartburg, no matter the season. 
        Painters were Marta Monroe, Jennifer Monroe, Ella Monroe, Rose Mallory, Sumer Newport, Pam Gunter and Savannah Swanger. 

  • Buddy-2-Buddy check

    Remember to check Sunday, December 2

  • Morgan County Medical Center gets perfect score

        Morgan County Medical Center became one of only two Federally Qualified Community Health Centers in Tennessee to receive a perfect score during its Operational Site Visit conducted in August. At that time, only ten FQHCs in Tennessee had been reviewed.

  • Coalfield

        We survived one of the most traveled weeks in 10 years! There are so many incidents of violence, inclement weather, and congestion in travel. We truly have had a thankful week. May we all be able to meet together next year.
        Regina Cross, formerly of Coalfield now living in Florida, thoroughly enjoyed and returned from her momentous visit to the Holy Land and Israel.