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May 30, 2004

Bristol man still missing in lake

Appeals court reverses decision against BMS owners

U.S. Senate Secretary speaks about new Children's Hospital

Property tax rate could be at least $2.48

Woman charged with gas station theft

Johnson County deputy shot in struggle

May 28, 2004

Warbirds take flight again

City cleans up after storm clobbers area

Military funeral honors program statutory benefit to all veterans

Will property tax rate increase?

Search continues for missing skier

Doctor files $15 million suit

Litter law violations considered

May 27, 2004

"We ride for those who can't"

Storm downs trees, power lines; boaters rescued

New Cholesterol study reveals patients are going untreated

May 26, 2004

County Commission discusses river fee for businesses

City resumes mosquitoe eradication program

City policeman subject of lawsuit

Three arrested on drug charges

May 25, 2004

Rolling Thunder raises new POW flag for Memorial Day

County schools ready for summer break

IMRT offers patients at JCMC anther option

May 24, 2004

Local opinions on the U.S.-led war in Iraq

The war in Iraq: our past, present and future

Doctor discusses hurdles in getting FDA approval of Parkinson's drug

May 23, 2004

Broad Street Bridge next on TDOT restoration list

Search continues for missing skier

Senate approves stiffer seat belt law by one vote

New autopsy law will help police, families

May 21, 2004

Board approves $16 million budget for ECS

Tobacco-free policy at area hospitals begins July 1

CDC asks residents to 'Fight the Bite' as mosquito season starts

Police identify wreck victim

May 20, 2004

Injured Marine honored with Senate Joint Resolution

Car wreck leaves one dead

Eighth graders at Cloudland High get one step ahead

Stahl: Metro govt. would need easier transition

City BOE gets budget plan tonight

May 19, 2004

Bristol man still missing in lake

Amendment to return shared revenues easier wrote than done

May 18, 2004

Search continues for missing skier

To protect, serve ... and sell?

May 17, 2004

Water skier missing at Watauga Lake

Red Cross to celebrate 123 years of service in U.S.

Red Cross active during times of peace and war

Mountain City physician driven by adventure, faith

Emmanuel graduates 32

May 16, 2004

Bridge opens to traffic

Local tourism businesses win merit awards

The real cost of college tuition

TDOT grants traffic signal for Food City

One injured in Holston Avenue wreck

Fire desroys driver's ed cars at UHS

EHS Chorus successful in state competition; concert today

May 14, 2004

Elk Avenue Bridge opens today

Addicted to llama love

Council passes budget on first reading

Linaweaver sentence hearing reset for August

One injured in Holston Avenue wreck

May 13, 2004

New jail could cost more than $18 million

Red dress fashion show raises awareness

School Board gives $72,000 for resource officers

Man sentenced to 10 years in 2002 wreck that left one dead

THP now carrying semiautomatic weapons

Tobacco-Free Policy to begin soon

Sen. Crowe's Purple Heart Trail approved

May 12, 2004

New events scheduled for Covered Bridge Festival

Two arrested in connection with burglaries

Budget comes to council this week

Three arrested for drugs

Company closes Lowe's land for $1.6 million

CDC asks residents to 'Fight the Bite' as mosquito season starts

May 11, 2004

Funding presents rocky road for county map system

Gas prices continue to increase

Miller could face death penalty

May 10, 2004

Wilkins told stories of town's sporting life

Milligan College graduates 126

May 9, 2004

Firemen, neighbors douse fire at West Carter home

Archaeology report on Connector corridor expected next month

Mother's Day gives everyone a reason to celebrate all mothers

Roadless Rule could affect Roan Mountain

Miller enters not guilty plea, gets court appointed lawyer

EDBA given green light for downtown improvements

Look for the cicadas any time

WBEJ names Mother's Day contest winner

May 7, 2004

Richardson steps up to the plate

Day of Prayer observed at Carter County Courthouse

EHS student faces felony charges

City worker charged with theft of surplus property

Man arrested after being found standing in roadway with a knife

Elks Lodge awards scholarships

May 6, 2004

Hughes Indicted By Grand Jury In Death Of Woods

Valley Forge Elementary awarded $300,000 grant

Two indicted on armed robbery charges

City budget increases

One young man's story of what it's like living with Parkinson's disease

May 5, 2004

Man Arrested For Rape and Murder

Suspicious fire at Sally Cove Creek

Johnson City doctor no longer delivering babies

Planners endorse GIS program

Robber strikes Broad St.

Storm discharge rules come to life for developers

Work on Veterans Walkway of Honor will begin soon

Red Dress Fashion Show at Truman Clark Health Annex

May 4, 2004

Private companies offer green for red lights

WRRWA discusses mapping system, appoints lawyer

May 3, 2004

New trail makes falls more accessible

NFS partner resumes oil drilling ops in Iran

May 2, 2004

City engineer will oversee completion of train project

Soldier's duty extends from Army to family

Local Winn-Dixie stores up for sale; could close within 12 months

Ducks around Covered Bridge need extra protection

National traffic fatality statistics hit 13-year high

ECS sets elementary registration dates for city students