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Sneak peek at Friday's Kingsport Times News metro front before the presses roll. Planting time will be here soon and Scott County now has a no-till seed drill for rent to help with the job. Also, Vince Staten remembers Ed McDaniel, the man who inspired many Kingsport students into science careers.

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Sneak peek at Wednesday's Kingsport Times News metro front.The golden crowned kinglet, photographed here by Warriors Path State Park Ranger Marty Silver, normally hangs around here in the winter and then flies north for the summer. With the 70-degree weather we are having, the question is: Should the Kinglet stay a little longer or is it time to fly north?

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Sneak peek at Sunday's Times News metro front. If you are looking to volunteer somewhere, try the Bridge Home No Kill Animal Shelter. They are always looking for help. Also, Central Baptist Church, the first African-American church built in Kingsport, will celebrate its centennial in May. At the bottom of the page Vince Staten writes about why the Kingsport Library and the Home Trust Bank buildings match.

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Sneak peek at the Friday Kingsport Times News metro front before the presses roll. The filing deadline for Sullivan County elections has passed. See who's on the ballot. Also, is the housing market still up? Hank Hayes has the answers from the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors.

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Sneak peek at Thursday's Kingsport Times News metro front before the presses roll. The Cherokee robotics team needs your help, in the form of sponsors, to compete at the Knoxville regional. Also, the Tennessee Department of Health says "Get a flue shot" and here in Kingsport, Keep Kingsport Beautiful receives awards for their efforts.

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Sneak peek at the Wednesday Kingsport Times News metro front before the presses roll. An area high school girl starts her rookie racing season at Kingsport Speedway. Also, the celebration of Black History Month continues. At the bottom of the page, Vince Staten still wonders about who his secret admirer was 61 years ago.

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Sneak peek at Sunday's Kingsport Times News metro front before the presses roll. In Weber City, merchants want more action at the bridge construction project before the become former merchants. In Sullivan County, county BOE member Jerry Greene is not seeking re-election after serving for 33 years on various school boards. Sunday is also a two column for the price of one day as you get my latest column, this one about a company of Sullivan County soldiers who helped save "Stonewall" Jackson's left flank during the Battle of First Manassas, and Vince Staten's latest column, this one covering yet another prank to put a porta-privy on the roof of the D-B Dome.

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http://www.timesnews.net/…/The-Sullivan-County-soldiers-who… My blog/column for the month of February covers the first company of soldiers from Sullivan County who was major action in the Civil War.

The first Sullivan County company to see a major battle in the Civil War, Company K, 3rd Tenn., helped save Stonewall Jackson at the Battle of First Manassas.
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Sneak peek at Thursday's Kingsport Times News before the presses roll. In Kingsport, a driver tries to hit a police officer with a stolen vehicle while fleeing the scene. Also in Kingsport, the Cinderella Project is ready to give away more free prom dresses Saturday.

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Sneak peek at Wednesday's Kingsport Times News metro front before the presses roll. In Hawkins County, firefighters respond to a molten glass leak. In Kingsport a burglar steals $150K in jewelry from Kmart. And, at the bottom of the page, Vince Staten continues to talk about the early days of listening to the radio in Kingsport.

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