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In this last episode for the 2021 RCHS Football season, Ernie and Mark Pemberton discuss Rhea's tremendous effort in the Powell game and the incredible, record breaking season they've had. Take a look. Make sure to watch until the end to see highlight videos from the entire season!

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A letter which was written by Hanibal Paine to his sister, Mary Louisa (Mollie) Paine in 1863 can be found in the Rhea County Historical Socie…

There’s a wee bit of Irish in each of us, and we all like to show that Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17. Since my name is Patricia, I ha…

In past articles, I have shared letters and memories from William Gibbs Allen, who wrote a great deal of history relating to Rhea County. Howe…

This is the time of year when many of us in Rhea County remember Watts Bar Resort, especially if we have grown up in this area or lived here f…

Catherine Brown was one person who made Black History Month come alive with her memories of growing up in Dayton. In a talk she gave to the Rh…

While looking for information relating to Rhea County, I came across some hand-written notes which are significant to the history of Spring Ci…

Some of us can remember back to the time when valentines were associated with bits of pretty ribbon, white doilies and colored paper. These we…

Located at the cross roads of State Route 302 and the Yellow Creek-Texas Grove roads, just northeast of Old Washington and south of Highway 68…

William Gibbs Allen was a well-known figure in the history of Rhea County, but how many of us know anything about his brother, George? George …

If there was ever a time when we all need something beautiful in our lives, something to build a dream on, or just to think good thoughts abou…

At the beginning of each New Year, many a bride-to-be is busy making preparations for her wedding which will be held during the next few month…

An article written by H.A. Crawford gives information relating to the Hiwassee Garrison and was found in the Crawford papers which have a weal…