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April 30, 2002

ATF, FBI assist city police with pipe bomb investigations

Suspect sought in Food City robbery

Former Milligan College postmaster pleads guilty to misappropriation of postal funds

Harwood, Sutherland plead guilty to charges

April 29, 2002

Students entering seventh grade this fall must be immunized against Hepatitis B

April 28, 2002

Voters have the final say on Tennessee lottery

U.S. Senate candidate Ed Bryant visits ETSU

Sycamore Shoals experiences national swelling in emergency waiting rooms

Emergency Department overload a national problem

City school registration, tuition guidelines announced

Janet Hart Hyder announces candidacy for county executive's post

April 26, 2002

Explosions investigated at Colorworks

Coin collection displayed at local bank in observation of National Coin Week

Frist not anxious about elections

April 25, 2002

Dedication to Sept. 11 hero , Todd Beamer

City wins subdivision planning dispute

Sen. Crowe co-sponsors bill to establish state constitutional convention

McKesson to be honored for 30 years of service at Community Day Care

City tuition rates announced

April 24, 2002

Planning Commission agrees on fees list for building permits

EES investments altered by 'unstable' market

New softball field is girl's 'field of dreams'

Girls in sports: Stereotypes, barriers still exist

Deposed king returns to Afghanistan to fulfill his 'destiny'

Forty-two officers complete BP recruit school

Construction to begin on upper section of 19E

First Congressional District to share grant

April 23, 2002

Woman killed, 10 injured in head-on collision

County school system may enter into energy performance contract

Local residents discuss TVA's two-year reservoir study

Emergency services request upgrade in communication systems

April 21-22, 2002

Earth Day 2002 far removed from first celebration

Earth Day: Many issues on the table

Carter deputy rescues elderly woman from burning home

Student 'mock' city government close to real thing

Alexander plans to 'back Bush' if elected to U.S. senate

Blountville preacher found dead at Watauga Lake

Mental health issues hit home for Jim Henry, wife

Farmers show their power at Appalachian Farm Show

Annual School Fire Prevention Program under way

NRC meeting to discuss NFS safety performance

Meeting to focus on Watauga Lake/TVA study

April 19, 2002

At Little Milligan, every student is 'somebody'

Stahl: No natural revenue growth -- budget to be cut by 13 percent

Festival to benefit Cloudland Elementary music classes

Gov. Sundquist unveils education Web site

April 18, 2002

New Web site helps those with disabilities

April 17, 2002

Henry says public needs more of a say on state issues

Employees cited for illegal sales of alcohol

Carter County schools receive grant

April 16, 2002

County moves forward to hire financial director

Local man faces drug charge after pursuit

'Clean Streams' trademark corporation dissolved

April 14-15, 2002

Air show carries theme of national patriotism

Some firefighters never lay down the ax

Fire department could use some help

Davis family seeks closure on death of their son

Extended summer program to hold open registration

Griffin seeks Sen. Thompson's seat

Conference addresses preserving historic resources

Conference on Aging scheduled

April 12, 2002

Killer gets 16 years in Oaks' death

City approves restructuring of debt

April 11, 2002

Olympic torch carrying flame for Davis presented to family

City seeks state funds for 'newly' annexed property

April 10, 2002

Big Springs water source shut down for repair

Lottery: Devil's spawn or path to higher education?

Council will discuss repairs to bridge

Right-of-way funding for Gap Creek Road included in transportation budget

New business provides education and database for living wills

April 9, 2002

Minister: Spiritual abuse the worst form of child abuse

Twins get ready for new season

Stakes high in state parks

City notifies property tax delinquents

Meeting set Thursday on TVA reservoir operations

Wamp acts to reduce TV alcohol, violence, sex

April 8, 2002

ARM reaches out to 237 people in March

April 7, 2002

Former THP trooper now guarding naval base, U.S.S.

President declares Tennessee a major disaster

Pritchard seeks re-election to 1st District

Potter seeks constable position in new 6th District

Gobble seeks constable position in 8th District

Whaley announces candidacy for County Commission

Donley misses qualifying deadline; appeals to local election board

John Paul Mathes seeks second term

Carroll seeks re-election as 8th District constable

Cole announces candidacy for state senate

Canter seeks re-election as 3rd District constable

Crowe, Cole seek to honor fallen hero

EHS Class of 1961 memorializes classmate with donation to Veterans War Memorial

Water conservation request

Congressman Ed Bryant will keynote annual GOP Lincoln Day Dinner

April 5, 2002

Bredesen 'officially' enters governor's race

Vandalism could have been fatal

Tennessee wages war on drug trafficking

Sen. Crowe receives health award

April 4, 2002

Shelters solving some of region's battles with domestic violence

Plutonium in Erwin related to fallout from bomb tests?

N.C. youth rescued from Roan after becoming lost

Bomb threat at Dobyns-Bennett High

April 3, 2002

Plutonium, other contaminants found offsite near NFS

Advocacy Center kicks off Child Abuse Awareness Month

Contamination complicated by area geology

April 2, 2002

'Operation Half-Serious' no laughing matter

TVA, state officials review city's request for permit to take water from Watauga River

Horseshoe pits to be added at Riverside Park

April 1, 2002

Local musician performs on international level

County educator up for Tennessee's Teacher of the Year

Awareness campaign brings attention to eye care