May 30, 2003

Search continues for boater missing since May 11

Six arrested in meth labs bust

Local teen awarded top honor

Highway department banks on gas and motor fuel tax

Schools budget to include teacher's salary increase

For POWs, liberation and food a dream-come-true

Woman arrested after officers find 24 pot plants in her basement

May 29, 2003

New program may ease jail overcrowding, save money in Sullivan County

Two teens charged in attempted burglary

School systems pursue Blevins as director

Man charged with DUI after hit-and-run accident

Council passes budget on first reading

Carter County POWs reunited on the road to prison camp

Greeneville Airport to host 'Fly-in and Cruise-in' this weekend

May 28, 2003

Council votes on first reading of budget today

Wife of Tetrick Funeral Home owner dies at 88

Two teens charged in attempted burglary

Man charged with DUI after hit and run accident

EES waiting for pole attachment fees from Sprint

County school board labors over half million dollar deficit

Boxcars and interrogation a way of life for POWs

May 27, 2003

Lighting of eternal flame completes memorial

WWII veteran adrift behind enemy lines

Brush costs stump city

Former principal continues marching for Parkinson's cure

May 25, 2003

In country: A soldier reflects on life in Iraq

Archaeologists turn up historic finds along path for Northern Connector

Those who paid 'ultimate sacrifice' remembered

Majority of local high school graduates seek further education

West Nile virus returns as summer's health buzz words

Lighting of 'Eternal Flame' highlights veteran's memorial completion

Cloyd, Curtis help World War II era Jeep win battle of time

Road to freedom paved with suffering of POWs

May 23, 2003

Police investigate possible murder scene in Bristol, Tenn.

May 22, 2003

Rolling Thunder ensures POWs/MIAs not forgotten

Dog helps owner to escape serious injury

County man charged in stabbing of ex-girlfriend's brother

Johnson City man arrested after accident and charged with DUI, marijuana

May 21, 2003

City to demolish old hospital

33 years later, Elizabethton man gets Purple Heart

County schools develop Web sites, computer labs

Decorating graves of veterans with flags is Memorial Day tradition of American Legion

May 20, 2003

Budget problems haunt City Council

CCSD seeks budget increase

J.C. juvenile arrested on drug, theft charges

Sullivan county inmate walks away from work detail

May 19, 2003

Methamphetamine: temporary escape from personal pain

May 18, 2003

War wanes, but 776th mission may be just beginning

Carter County drawing 'virtual' tourists and more

Star photographers, reporter take top awards in press contest

Court upholds judicial immunity for judge

Nature and tradition a winning combination

Rolling Thunder's 'Ride for Freedom' comes to VA

Peters named First Utility commissioner

May 16, 2003

School board passes 2004 budget

Peggy Willocks receives award from Lamar Alexander

Construction of Roan Mtn. Community Park to begin

City's commemorative coin makes debut

Airport awaits availability for federal improvement grant

Man arrested after breaking into parents' house

May 15, 2003

County balances very tight budget

ECS Board to consider budget

Search continues for man whose boat was found near marina

Jonesborough woman arrested on fraud, drug charges by federal authorities

Governor requests more federal aid for Tennessee

NSTCC creates memorial scholarship for Elizabethton man

May 14, 2003

War winds down, but 776th families remain wary

Budget, lottery legislation keeping parties polarized

County looks at 'efficiency gains,' not budget cuts

Trial date set for man charged in death of Roan Mtn. Woman

May 13, 2003

Man arrested in meth lab bust

Fiscal year goals summarized

Covered Bridge Celebration activities to include salute to 776th

Two Johnson City residents arrested on numerous weapons, drugs charges

J.C. man charged with attempted second-degree murder in stabbing death

Johnson County man arrested for child abuse and drug charges in connection with meth lab

May 12, 2003

Green Power Switch strives to be environment-friendly

Man stabs himself in attempt to elude arrest

Authorities bust up meth lab in Jonesborough

Johnson City man arrested for aggravated assault

May 11, 2003

Watauga couple's 4-year-old grandson a 'little hero'

Beverage laws vary from town to town

Wal-Mart makes $3,000 donation to Senesi golf benefit

Man charged with aggravated vehicular assault after pregnant woman injured in wreck

Fire department working to make responding to calls easier

Carport sites vex inspectors

Man arrested for drugs, weapons after car breaks down

Elizabethton Choral Club spring performance to benefit ARM ministry

May 9, 2003

Wal-Mart seals deal

Health Department cuts budget per state's request

Elk Avenue Bridge restoration won't disrupt festival

Bredesen announces grants

EMS left out of grant picture

May 8, 2003

Two family members arrested in January death of grandmother

Multi-county drug investigation leads to six arrests

Cost of forensic autopsies for county to remain unchanged for 2003-04

Court rules inmate's wrongful death case can move forward

Grand Jury indicts man charged in accident that left mother dead, two sons injured

Library asks for security system funds

TVA continues major flood control operation

May 7, 2003

County, region brace for possible floods

Fred's Amoco removed from lawsuit

Planners approve credit union rezoning request

Tennessee's first Guard unit returns

Non-profits keep budget requests low

TDEC requirement passes without comment on proposed Wal-Mart supercenter

Myers sentenced to 8 years probation

TVA stewardship program earns top rating from OMB

May 6, 2003

Severe weather ravages Midwest, South; County braces for continued rain

City areas fail to meet state signage standards

Non-profit groups detail budget needs

Culler recovering from cancer surgery

Two cases of rabid raccoons confirmed in area; rabies clinics scheduled in county

May 5, 2003

Roy Hampton, former City resident, continues active life at Appy Christian Village

May 4, 2003

One killed, two injured in 19E wreck

Financiers hope to help with rezoning

NC man arrested in Roan Mountain after officers find $35,000 in meth in his vehicle

'Service station' causes zoning uproar

Freeman Taylor: 'My patience has run out'

Downtown merchants appoint committees; will participate in Breakfast at Betsy

Four arrested after officers find two Meth labs in Washington County

Storm topples tree on downtown street

Football supporters protest at ETSU commencement

May 2, 2003

Counties urged to take steps to prevent EPA violation

ETR makes last inbound delivery to Inland Container

NRC denies petition to stop NFS construction

Red Cross worker's idea blossoms into community-wide event on home safety

TVA role in water management to be discussed

Roan Mountain business burglarized, nearly $2,000 in cash, checks stolen

Pizza driver robbed

May 1, 2003

Judge Merryman speaks to city court cases

Driver's license bill requires SSN or visa

Appellate court upholds county's tax sale of Pinecrest property

Officer and K-9 earn recognition at competition

Man arrested, charged with DUI after wreck

Man charged with assault stemming from incident involving his son, another child

30-year-old man arrested after fighting with officers on Race Street

Milligan College dedicates building, commons