March 31, 2003

View from the home front

County dealt setback by lack of diverse industry

Woman arrested, charged with possession of narcotics, paraphernalia after traffic stop

March 30, 2003

Little Milligan students send encouragement to troops

Safety a concern in support for U.S. troops

Where are the jobs?

March 28, 2003

School board says yes to land, no to D.C. trip

Victory in Iraq will take time says Frist

Man shoots self in leg during domestic altercation

State seeks comment on clean water goals

Nine charged in November J.C. burglary

March 27, 2003

AmeriCorps volunteers trade college for community service

State, Wal-Mart ink agreement for supercenter

Carter County to receive federal disaster funds

Truck, SUV collide at intersection of 19-E and Broad Street

DOE taking applications for family literacy grants

March 26, 2003

ETSU students take up war debate

East Tennessee Railway keeps rolling, despite customer loss

Stormwater fees, litter resolution approved

Closure deals blow to EES

Governor wants more foster care participation

Tennessee Valley Corridor receives $500,000 grant

March 25, 2003

Community gathers to pray for soldiers, nation's leaders

Family loses everything in trailer fire

Officials ask, "Is it possible Inland can stay open?"

Man charged for narcotics possession, assault

March 24, 2003

New curriculum changes for entering high school freshmen

Man shot while forcing his way into residence

March 23, 2003

Elizabethton loses another industry After 50 years of operation, Inland closing its doors

Sheriff says Abbott died of head trauma

Nursing home installs new program to help track patients who wander off

ETSU student dies after apparent fall

Judge binds vehicular homicide case over to Criminal Court

Mountain biking growing in popularity

March 21, 2003

NASCAR mania descends on Bristol

Local law enforcement beefs up security

U.S. soldiers await first glimpse of newborn daughters

President orders disaster funds for state

Survey to shape plans for county's future

Greystoke sells franchise rights of Suburu, Volkswagen; plans for expansion with Kia

March 20, 2003

Officials prep clinic sites for possible bio-terror attack

Driver relates emotions of children on school bus

County ends travel expense policy

VA may need larger budget

Man dies after 19E accident

March 19, 2003

NASCAR green flags Bristol race weekend

Planners iron out details of county litter resolution

Authorities believe skull found in J.C. linked to October slayings

Man charged in woman's death misses court date due to being arrested in Unicoi County

Accident sends two motorists to local hospitals

One killed in 1-81 wreck

March 18, 2003

Four injured in two separate morning accidents

Firefighters, city at odds over locked hydrant

Equity pay music to county schools' ears

EDC director: County needs land for industry

Juvenile charged after bringing pellet gun on school bus

March 17, 2003

Changes in the air at county courthouse, jail

J.C. war protesters join worldwide peace vigil

March 16, 2003

Liquor license comes with price -- and paperwork

After 10 years and three tries, Jonesborough passes LBTD measure

If Jonesborough passes LBTD, why can't Elizabethton?

Smooth sailing: Watauga Kayak Tours makes water sports easy

Homeland security extends to water and health resources

Department of Homeland Security asks residents to be alert, vigilant

The Desert Rose Cafe: Upscale cuisine without the uptight atmosphere

Sports Dirt Shirts: The art of making sportswear personal

Legislators assure local road projects are not in danger

Health care centers provide options for residents

Crowe: 'We've got to get TennCare under control'

Cochran's journey from Saigon to Nashville buoyed by faith, patriotism

Housecall brings professional care to the homebound

Woodridge Hospital not affected by state budget issues

Urban growth edges outward into county's west end

Information systems upgraded at Siemens over the past few years

Inland Paperboard & Packaging celebrating 50 years of service

Tri-Cities Finance still going strong

Uniglobe wins 10-11 division regular-season championship

Sprint's investments, taxes, contributions reflect dedication to Tennessee

Local pharmacist works to prevent robberies

Medicaid reimbursements and keeping quality help are challenges for nursing homes

Local business man has faith in community; settles family, practice here

Chamber President Street says serving the organization's members is a top priority

Area business provides variety of Spanish/English translation services

March 14, 2003

Lynn Avenue project costs trouble to some council members

Investigators ID body of woman found at Blue Hole

March 13, 2003

Former fire chief Bill Carter appointed new city councilman

Judge acquits man charged in Rachel Clawson death

March 12, 2003

Officers trying to identify body of woman found near Blue Hole

Trial begins for man charged in death of Rachel Clawson

Police arrested man after six hour standoff

Mayor calls special meeting

D&S Auto arrest

March 11, 2003

Watershed group seeks city's help to stabilize stream bank

Law enforcement agencies execute search warrant on local business

Grant money in place for regional water project

Cochran on TennCare reform

Trout Unlimited chapter to meet

Bredesen requests federal aid for flood areas

FBI evidence response training to be held at UT

March 10, 2003

Hampton students honor two members of 776th

J.C. motel guests rescued

March 9, 2003

Watauga accident claims life of young mother

Body found in upper Stoney Creek

Vehicle accident injures mother, son

March 7, 2003

19E accident stalls traffic five hours; driver charged

Sprinkler system, EFD knock down fire at coin laundry

March 6, 2003

Survey finds marginal support of Wal-Mart Supercenter

EHS senior selected as 2003 Roan Scholar

Broyles named to MWA President's Cabinet

March 5, 2003

Zoning issue stalls auto garage development

Man arrested as result of three-vehicle accident in Hampton

Two men arrested in incident at TVA Dam, investigation continues

Organization works to provide pets home

March 4, 2003

Clock ticking on city council appointment

Commission approves equipment purchase

State Farm says no nuclear insurance for automobiles

Morning fire destroys Roan Mtn. home

Names released of those charged in jail flooding

March 3, 2003

9-1-1 dispatchers play star role in rescue

March 2, 2003

Man injured in two-vehicle accident on US 321

Utilitrac? EES officials hope e-map system is on the horizon

Elizabethton native honored at Waco anniversary

New commissioner seeks accountability

Ex-foreman files $7 million suit against Summers-Taylor

Authorities tentatively identify frozen body of woman found in 2001 on Roan Mountain

Unidentified man charged in car fire

Red Cross extends 'Quality of Life' program to military personnel