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January 31, 2003

Family, friends say goodbye as 776th departs

Two fired city employees sue

Family serves country in military, at home

Court dismisses case involving 'milk truck' and city citation

January 30, 2003

Twenty jobs lost as Snap-On Tools combines management

Local opinions vary on war between U.S. and Iraq

Moffitt remembers the Gulf War ... and a job unfinished

Stoney Creek home destroyed by morning fire, no injuries

Appeals court upholds dismissal of case against CCSD deputy

January 29, 2003

Community plans salute for 776th troops

20-year-old charged with indecent exposure

County planners push for litter resolution

Officials seek water solution for Little Milligan

EES gets new accounting services

High speed car chase ends in arrest in Carter County

January 28, 2003

SWAT team members train to keep residents safe

Morton appointed interim 9-1-1 director

Yellow ribbons displayed to honor 776th

United Way looks for means to boost struggling campaign

Fire claims life of 82-year-old woman; blaze caused by heater

Coalition meets to discuss domestic violence prevention

Governor requests federal assistance for farmers

Local man injured in Interstate 81 accident

January 27, 2003

Fire consumes apartment building in Gray

January 26, 2003

Soldiers, families prepare

City, county lose members to military callups

An Objective look at Elizabethton/Carter County's status

Program launched to assist Guard members' families

Singing to benefit six-year-old infant who needs liver transplant

Donors urged to give blood as region's supply dwindles

January 24, 2003

Community braces against cold snap

Service scheduled for families of the 776th

January 23, 2003

776th mobilized for duty by Department of Military

Winter set to wallop area again

Five teens charged in auto burglary incident

New director hired for Carter/ Johnson County Health Departments

Green issues statement regarding Wal-Mart, North American

January 22, 2003

Afternoon blaze claims house in Hampton

Super Wal-Mart to arrive

City Council gives final approval to rate increase

Sprint, CWA build tentative agreement

Ethics advisory committee to discuss cloning

January 21, 2003

Local Sprint workers poised to go on strike today

Nursing homes face staff shortage

Child care report card system helping parents

January 20, 2003

Drug Task Force works to rid area of drugs

Sen. Frist anticipates Bredesen inauguration; new congress

January 19, 2003

Court appoints attorney for accused gunman

City Council to consider water and sewer rate hike ordinance

EHS student wins scholarship for phone of the future idea

Cochran appointed to House Transportation, Judiciary committees

January 17, 2003

Chamber of Commerce holds 67th annual membership meeting

Bowers 'Citizen of the Year'

Board of Education affirms ruling clearing Blevins

Closing of local gym raises questions

E-Twins catch funding check for safety campaign participation

Local health care workers, response teams set to receive smallpox vaccinations in February

United Way reaches 66 percent of its goal

Bristol police arrest two in narcotics investigation

January 16, 2003

Forest service proposes removal of trees on Holston Mtn.

Role of Red Cross extends to military support

School board to hear Alexander's appeal tonight

Thieves take more than $20,000 in property

January 15, 2003

City school brass rolls out wish list for next fiscal year

Firefighters battle blaze as snow falls

911 center receives new telecommunications system

Car fire thwarts Elizabethton Star morning delivery

January 14, 2003

CCRS buys two new rescue trucks, one located in Roan Mountain

Commission requests report

Investigators look into suspicious death of elderly woman

Sixth Street properties face refurbishment

Final bid placed in Seiler estate auction

Kim Fisk is named as the new Red Cross office coordinator

Chamber ready for annual luncheon

January 13, 2003

Pastor honors impact of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Reddick: Local race relations have improved

Man killed in single vehicle accident

January 12, 2003

776th prepare for possible mobilization

Frist speaks on the economy

Accident leaves passenger dead, driver injured

Bredesen appoints head of human services

Doctor takes medical care back to the basics

Alexander's appeal on school board agenda

Doctor speaks on issue of cloning

Lawyers in City's civil suit against NAF submit post trial briefs, await Chancellor's ruling

January 10, 2003

Council approves utility rate hike on first reading

End sought in fraud case

Arrests made in animal cruelty case

Chamber of Commerce sets 67th annual membership meeting

Tennessee fugitive arrested in Kentucky

January 9, 2003

Man, woman lose lives in separate car wrecks

Court reduces beer sale ban for market

Elizabethton Free Service closes doors

January 8, 2003

Task force considers changes at county jail

Area businesses charged with sale of alcohol to minors in sting operation

Grand jury indicts two in second degree murder, drug cases

January 7, 2003

Water authority approves utility surcharges

Overturned truck blocks interstate, one injured

Help for yo-yo dieters: consider why you eat

January 6, 2003

Homeowners should have radon levels tested during winter

Northeast State offers training opportunities

Meeting scheduled for those with developmental disabilities

January 5, 2003

Putman granted hearing on legality of murder sentence

Many wait for TennCare ruling to be resolved

Ramsey becomes EPD's newest sergeant

Tax study members announced

January 3, 2003

New program reduces co-payments for some veterans

January 2, 2003

Fire claims home, leaves man injured

Airport security checks in place

Holiday stress can lead to a case of the blues

Unaka High School graduate deployed overseas during holiday season

Man wanted in connection with pharmacy break-ins arrested in Virginia