What You Need To Know . . .
Readerís Choice Awards contest now underway

Itís time again to cast your ballot for your favorite businesses in Johnson County. Each year, The Tomahawk sponsors the Readersí Choice Awards in an effort to gain notoriety for exceptional businesses throughout the community. The 2015 Readersí Choice Awards are just around the corner. Will your business make the cut?

There are several categories available on the ballot such as, best antique shop, best heating and air service, best sweet tea, best tire store, and best pharmacy to name a few. In past years, weíve asked voters to complete the entire ballot in order for their vote to count, however, this year, voters may fill out as many or as few as they choose.

Voting in the Readersí Choice Award is simple. A ballot will be placed in each edition of The Tomahawk leading up to the announcement of the results in the February 25th edition. Completed ballots can be dropped off at The Tomahawk office at 116 South Church Street in Mountain City. Additionally, ballots can also be mailed to P.O. Box 90, Mountain City, TN 37683.  More...

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Do you think Old Man is through with us for the year?

No. Some of our worst weather comes in February.

I think this is just the beginning of a long cold month.

Yes, we are going to dodge the bullet this year.

I'm looking for a very early spring.