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March 31, 2002

Man survives 300 foot fall from cliff

City man, granddaughter die in Alabama crash

Sycamore Shoals Hospital dedicates new chapel

Binge drinking low on area college campuses

EHS registration schedule set

Health awareness organizations lobby legislators for higher cigarette tax

Carter County unemployment rates decrease

March 29, 2002

New tutoring program lends helping hand to local students

Fire departments incur debt to meet equipment needs

March 28, 2002

Amendment approved to open parks

Cole receives award

TennCare may terminate health care contract

March 27, 2002

New computer system cuts paper chase for police

EES to participate in Green Power

EHDA sets pace for other housing developments

County may hire a Financial Director

Carter County law enforcement asked to reduce number of autopsies

Ed Bryant vows to remain in U.S. Senatorial race

Snap-on franchise opportunity recognized

March 26, 2002

Congressman Hilleary's wife speaks to local students

Homeland Security officials face monumental task

Frist urges youth to value art

March 25, 2002

New Cloudland school sign reflects expertise of Robert Burleson, designer

Tennessee observes World Tuberculosis Day

March 24, 2002

Drugs taking their toll on the community

Race weekend brings needed economic boost to Elizabethton motels

Lane to be constructed

March 22, 2002

Financial Responsibility cases add to burgeoning court dockets

Financial Responsibility Law

Water line ruptured during construction

Crowe passes pledge legislation; receives honor

Donation center for fire victims ready to go

Souvenir booth coming to Brown-Childress Stadium

March 21, 2002

Roan Mountain man indicted in Cherokee Forest arsons

Drainage waters flood Rittertown residents

Five-year-old girl found Wednesday

Video arraignments plunge state prisons into technology age

March 20, 2002

Clerk and Master's Office prepares  for sale of tax delinquent properties

Outcome of reservoir study could impact lake activities

Wildflowers coming to Elizabethton

March 19, 2002

County school system appoints Williams for another term;  announces teachers of the year

Wellmont files petition for reconsideration

Home ownership classes to be taught in Roan Mountain

ETSU Communication Day to focus on 'real life' experiences

March 17-18, 2002

Progress tempered by Sept. 11; future up to us

Second generation of Sams family keeps State Farm tradition alive

Landfill maintains status quo despite shrinking recyclables market

Advanced Learning System bridges Gateway Tests and graduation for high school students

Wanted: Dalton Gang for log homes

Bachman Airworks keeps planes flying high

Carter man charged in shooting death

Betsy Town Snow Shak becoming a community tradition

Whitehead set to retire after 38 years with EES

Elizabethton Lumber & Building Materials: Serving the community since 1978

Mayor: If national economy rebounds, city's fiscal outlook is positive

Believer's Christian Books and Gifts ready to expand

Carter County Executive Clark: Business climate not faring too badly

Star Building Systems one of Elizabethton's industry strongholds

Dedication to service, beautiful facilities highlight Tetrick Funeral & Cremation Services in Johnson City

Business not fenced in after slow start

Parental support and dedicated teachers help students face changes and challenges in life

Holland native making things safer in Elizabethton

Treasures and 'stuff' abound in quaint antique stores that 'ooze' with character

Leta's Specialty Shop started out small; has grown to include interior decorating

Merry Mary to launch new  business endeavor

Hamm: 'The Lord put me in this business'

Whitely operated first florist shop as home-based business

Eureka Hotel offers charm, romance

Local workforce and educational institutions attract Siemens Westinghouse to Elizabethton

Grit, stamina, determination -- training building blocks for City of Elizabethton firefighters

March 15, 2002

JC murder linked to Carter County

City Council facing tough decisions in weeks ahead

Eastern Band of Cherokee observe history in Elizabethton

Jane Crow looking forward to retirement after 34 years with City

Local students get second chance to receive diplomas

March 14, 2002

I-181 chemical truck accident blocks entrance ramp

Sen. Frist optimistic about election

JC Press sold to owners of Kingsport Times -News

Residents asked to participate in survey

Hampton McDonalds set to open soon

Del McCoury Band to perform at Paramount

March 13, 2002

Lamar Alexander announces U.S. Senatorial candidacy in Tri-Cities

Carter County leadership meets with state lawmakers

Second victim dies following dune buggy accident

Jerome Cochran to challenge Rep. Ralph Cole

CCSD captures federal prison escapee

Bomb threats disrupt school; four charged

ETSU to sponsor summer food program

March 12, 2002

Nashville takes action against meth manufacturers

Milligan nursing program receives grant from MSHA

Area representatives to vote no on tax plan

Covered Bridge Celebration to be held June 5-9

Local man arrested, charged with murder in N.C.

March 11, 2002

Environmental groups challenge Cherokee management proposal

March 10, 2002

Thompson won't return to Congress

Political constituents react

Wellmont certificate denied

Stone Mountain ruled out as windfarm site

At legislative breakfast, Rep. Cole reports Northern Connector is 'on track'

Crowe: State doing 'real well' on homeland security

Perkins seeks re-election

Mattioli candidate for state Senate

Approaching deadline for voter registration

Dogs Therapy International offers emotional support to community

March 8, 2002

ETSU students lend technical support to local high schools

City launches resident survey

'American Profile' spotlights Peters Hollow tradition

Crowe supports Homeland Security and Parks Bill

March 7, 2002

Elizabethton woman, three others charged in drug death

Frist expresses employment concerns for Tennesseans

Sheriff Henson: Capias important tool in criminal justice system

Tennessee Communities Recognized in Arbor Day Ceremony

March 6, 2002

Ornduff says Urban Growth Plan was good

Superintendent takes to the skies to ensure student safety

EES board of directors approve vehicle purchases during workshop

ETSU program will help grads break into e-business world

Crowe, Cole to be at Chamber legislative breakfast

March 5, 2002

NRC to assess impacts from NFS/TVA uranium project

Bristol couple pleads guilty to filing false tax returns

City requests status for Urban Growth Boundary

March 3-4, 2002

Lynn Valley raid turns up cocaine, weapons, cash

Animal Shelter receives donations

Potter challenges Henson for sheriff

Organization assists families with home ownership

Bristol Police bust two gambling operations

Senators seek solution to state funding stalemate

March 1, 2002

Time to close the book on NAR fire, begin new chapter