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The Bean Festival was an anticipated time-honored Mountain City tradition
Feb 12, 2014 • The TomahawkDuring the Bean Festival the town was flooded with people. Farm folks came to Mountain City as well as a host of visitors who came from surrounding or distant areas to take in the festivities of that event. ... The Johnson County High School Auditorium ... More
School Board sets JCHS graduation for May 17th
Feb 19, 2014 • The TomahawkThe Johnson County High School Class of 2014 will walk across the stage on May 17, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. After it was assured that no further items were in need of board attention, the meeting was called to a close. The community meeting was held at ... More
Nathaniel Graybeal signs with Bryan College
Feb 26, 2014 • The TomahawkGraybeal formally put the pen to paper last week, making his decision official in front of friends, family, and teammates at Johnson County High School. Yet this was merely the culmination of several months of meeting with Bollant, assessing Graybeal's ... More
Maymead icon BK Mount dies at 81
Feb 8, 2014 • The TomahawkB.K. 'Bud' Mount passed away on Friday, February 7, 2014. He was born on January 2, 1933 in Mountain City, Tennessee, the son of the late Wiley Brown Mount and the late Mary Hamilton Vaught Mount. He attended Johnson County High School and ... More
Calendar of events
Mar 6, 2014 • Blowing RocketTHEATER: Johnson County High School Players and Johnson County Young Artists will present "The Wizard of Oz" at 7 p.m. March 14 and 15 and at 3 p.m. March 16 at Heritage Hall in Mountain City, Tenn. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and ... More
Heritage Hall Theatre Announces Spring Lineup; Next Up is 'Let's Praise His ...
Mar 4, 2014 • High Country Pressby Madison V. Fisler. March 4, 2014. Heritage Hall Theater, located in Mountain City, Tenn. has already begun its 2014 season of theater, music and more, and looks forward to continuing with spectacular entertainment at affordable prices for the community. More
Longhorns wrap up their season with a bang
Feb 19, 2014 • The TomahawkThe Johnson County High School boys' basketball team wrapped up their regular season with a bang, playing an exciting and strangely unique game against the visiting Unaka Rangers. Fittingly, seniors Brian Dempsey, Patrick South, and Dalton Timbs stole ... More
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