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January 31, 2002

Passengers return to Tri-Cities airport

Local children's home seeks community involvement

JC Fire Chief accused of sexual harassment

January 30, 2002

Man dies after drag racing accident

County School Board puts rumors to rest

Defibrillator could be lifesaver on West Carter medical calls

January 29, 2002

State legislators meet to resolve potential shortfalls

January 27-28, 2002

CCSD approved for federal block grant

Cecile Quillen devoted her life to helping her husband

Reedy & Sykes legacy reflects faces of community

Vision 2025 meeting held at county health dept.

Opportunity knocks on students' doors

Veterans War Memorial Park gets financial boost

Venom wide receiver catches spirit of new NWFL season

United Way cuts funding to agencies by 30 percent

Program to benefit Ronald McDonald House

New on FBI 'Most Wanted' list: Special agents

Legal Aid of East Tennessee formed

County residents help with organ donation

January 25, 2002

Frist stands with president on economy, homeland security

Gubernatorial candidate Smith visits Tennessee Technology Center

Uranium shipments will be 'well-protected'

Downblending of bomb-grade uranium on target for Erwin

Northern connector coming to Elizabethton

Cultural diversity creates challenge for court systems

E-T Relay for Life Rally set

January 24, 2002

County to allocate federal emergency funds

Additional rains could cause local flooding

Coalition seeks enhanced punishment for gangs, street terrorists

Governor appoints new Commissioners

January 23, 2002

New transmission lines not related to proposed windfarm

Appeals Court upholds ruling in Carter drug case

DTF crackdown nets nine arrests in three days

Third shooting victim leaves hospital

NFS presents teacher training program to legislatures

Weather, plant closing affects EES bottom line

EHDA votes to continue support of resident initiatives

Veterans War Memorial Fund drive kicks off Saturday

January 22, 2002

Child care program receives ratings

January 20-21, 2002

Faith and family are factors in keeping teens strong

Juvenile crime sometimes begins at home

Harrell pleads no contest to second-degree murder

Remembering one who fought for freedom

Meeting to focus on Green Power Switch

Butler native visits gravesites of American war veterans around the World

January 18, 2002

The changing nature of juvenile offenders

Character First program presented to city

Rising costs and declining revenue expected to impact school budget

'Sanctity of Human Life' service set for AA&CPC

Parton visits city on 'Million Dollar' tour

Homeland Security comes to Tennessee

Ohio fugitive nabbed in Greeneville

January 17, 2002

County attempts to keep juveniles on the right track

Plea agreement expected in Oaks murder case

Seven suspended over incident

Carter County receives grant for food and shelter programs

Academy applications now available

Elderly could receive help with prescriptions

WKPT, WAP will stop newscasts Feb. 18

January 16, 2002

Couple nabbed after passing stolen checks

Juveniles committing delinquent acts on upswing, judge says

Windfarm critics, supporters lock horns

Tanker driver averts potential disaster

Cable Committee works on franchise agreement

January 15, 2002

School Board sets budget workshop

Veteran requests and receives American Flag

Suspect held in JC bank robbery

County Commission approves grant; names bridge after Sgt. Davis

Legislators concentrate on budget

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day closings

January 14, 2002

Tennessee librarians lobby to save electronic library

Commissioners to depart administration

January 13, 2002

Proposed TVA windfarm meets opposition

TVA seeks public comment on Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant

State donation approved for War Memorial

Carter County remains in Third Senatorial District

School officials say overall, county schools in 'real good shape'

Region's only long-term acute care hospital in Bristol

January 11, 2002

Car plows into Pine Ridge nursing home

Good news, bad news scenario at Elizabethton Technology Center

'Citizen of Year' award recipient shares it with others

Carter County to remain single district

Council approves NTMP; anticipates Northern Connector will reduce traffic volumes

ARM reaches out to 2,446 people in 2001

January 10, 2002

Potential tragedy averted at Pine Ridge

Legislators vote on redistricting

Mayor LaPorte named Citizen of the Year

Residents request traffic devices

War Memorial Committee finalizes plans

Veterans History Project underway

January 9, 2002

DA's hard line on prison crime getting results

Bridgestone/Firestone settlement notices in the mail

City Council expected to approve speed bump plan

Holston Mtn. Road closed until late spring

President signs education reform into law

January 8, 2002

Snow leads to bang-up day on local roads

Wintery conditions continue

CCSD recovers three stolen vehicles

Lawsuit dropped over use of Mill Street

County Election Commission to finish district boundary lines

Johnson City Vocational School receives funding

Report available on TVA windmill project

January 6-7, 2002

Poga family latest fire victims

County prepares for possible revenue shortfall

City leaders face budget shortfall: Local plant closings and economy to blame

City landowners pay more taxes as tax rate declines

Charter Communications reports theft and vandalism of equipment in Tri-Cities area

Former owners of Rogersville auto dealership indicted

Skier killed at Beech Mtn.

January 4, 2002

Fossil discovery in Gray among top environmental events in 2001

New Year's baby in serious condition

Local tattoo artists lend charity a helping hand

Holder elected president  of county registers

January 3, 2002

Rep. Ralph Cole discusses views on state budget

Fires leave Roan Mountain, Watauga families homeless

New year off to a fiery start

Court upholds lower court decision on Elizabethton annexation

Modular classrooms help county with space crunch

January 2, 2002

Wastewater treatment plant tops list of 2001 major accomplishments