June 30, 2002

Is Unicoi County on short list for uranium enrichment plant?

Groundbreaking scheduled July 4th for Veterans War Memorial downtown

State employees await Legislature's decision on budget

HART team makes 3rd rescue in three days

Doug Buckles: Stoney Creek citizens get left out

Barney Brown wants to help the Roan Mountain community

Becht committed to growth of Carter County

Amos Stevens to work hard for county's youth

Sluder is familiar with county's problems

Highway Patrol announces driver's license roadblocks

Deadline for voter registration falls this week

R.L. Miller to seek input of people

Qualifications make Al Meehan viable candidate

Ralph Watson: Relief during a time of emergency

Vandenbrink will bring new ideas, new voice to government

Wayne Holtsclaw: A man who knows county government

Hyder wants chance to work for more improvements

Jackson Buckles: An open-minded listener

June 28, 2002

Cause of Wal-Mart fire under investigation by EPD

State DCS declines to renew contract with local child shelter

World competitors plan uranium enrichment plants

June 27, 2002

House approves legislation lowering DUI limit to .08

Wrecker service operators sentenced in IRS case

June 26, 2002

County's departments brace for the worst

Elderly county man found safe after 12 hours in woods

EES board approves union contract

Defense spending bill would boost Tennessee programs

June 25, 2002

Commission votes to freeze state/county shared revenues

Commission to begin legal process against code violators

Hughes released after bond reduction hearing

Nigerian e-mail scam making rounds once again

June 24, 2002

Tracing your family's roots begins at home

Annexation prompts reconstruction of Harold McCormick

Tennessee Pride goes 'whole hog' with Opry promotion

City man held without bond after domestic assault

Local woman continues crusade to help local youth

Volunteer Day Sitters making difference in young lives

Preservation grant applications available

TVA partners to build new energy-efficient homes

Parties sue driver and company for head-on collision

June 23, 2002

EES employees may pay more for health insurance

Rambo, Nidifer, Ward tapped for Hilleary campaign

Henson looks to build on the department's accomplishments

Potter makes second run at sheriff's office

Sheriff's candidates face demanding requirements

Trooper Proffitt enters county sheriff's race

Peters seeks to take sheriff's department in new direction

VandenBrink announces candidacy

Technological advances mark Holder's 30-year term

Land surveying experience qualifies Buck for office

Qualifications to land the register of deeds candidacy

Blevins announces for 2nd District commissioner

Crowe receives Purple Heart citation

June 21, 2002

Fire damages Ry Marc facility; cause under investigation

Proffitt announces write-in candidacy for sheriff

Frist-sponsored global AIDS bill endorsed by Bush

June 20, 2002

Upstate lawmakers stunned by Westmoreland's death

Traffic flagger dies after being hit by truck

Public library establishes new Internet safety policy

Helicopter pad dedication likely to fall to county commission

Former Carter Countian works as archaeologist at Camp Lejeune, NC

June 19, 2002

Smith wants 'investment in education'

Alexander believes GOP can retake the Senate

Henry avid supporter of Constitutional Convention

Closing of Alcoa to result in revenue loss for EES

June 18, 2002

Officials say improving emergency communications would be costly

County school board exasperated by state budget battle

June 16-17, 2002

Clement tours the upstate in Senate campaign

Hospitalists a continuing trend in area hospitals

Roan Mountain boy recovering miraculously from brain injury

Yucca Mountain waste shipments would hit close to home

Presnell announces candidacy for 5th District constable

McClain sees jobs, small tax base as biggest issues

Bailey: County needs 'strong leadership, lean management'

Hyder focuses on good-paying jobs, education

Fair would put business, education experience to work

Green would look to industrial recruiter to help county

Gray says county executive needs vision for future

Colbaugh sets sights on self-sufficiency for county

County executive requirements

Cole announces candidacy for re-election

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June 14, 2002

Board decides Stahl followed procedure in firing city workers

Past exercise pays dividends for county's emergency response

June 13, 2002

Breathing problems? Unhealthy ozone levels could by why

Hampton man's shooting apparently self-inflicted

City council to hold second reading of new budget

Thousands of teens on Milligan campus this summer

June 12, 2002

Road warriors: Candidates take battle to the streets

City police wrap up rape case, others, with arrests

EMA receives $50,000 homeland security grant

Snap-On returns to operation after fire

June 11, 2002

Fire forces employees' evacuation at Snap-On plant

Merchants called on to help stamp out meth labs

Citizens concerned about safety of firing range

Hilleary: Fixing TennCare can fix budget woes

June 10, 2002

DA's office may re-indict Stout on attempted murder charge

Mountain City artist challenges the obscene

June 9, 2002

TVA: From flood control to national defense?

City restless, anxious for budget solutions

Male juvenile raped at Emergency Child Shelter

Crime has its reward for city police department

Visitation policy difficult for inmate's child

Jackson seeks 6th District commission seat

Blankenship seeks re-election as 5th District commissioner

Carter man charged with theft after being robbed

Kyte says 'honesty' makes him prime candidate for Circuit Court Clerk

Eggleston says efficiency needed in Circuit Court Clerk office

If elected, Dexter Lunceford to 'reduce spending'

Clerk's office has a more balanced budget, Mathes says

Gideons reach out to community, set up booth at Covered Bridge

Parental support, trip to Europe provide focus for sisters graduating from law school

Sisters proud to be graduates of Regent University School of Law

June 7, 2002

Local educators concerned about state budget

Planner needs feedback about recreation ideas

Tennessee Valley: A nuclear future?

MC bust nets methamphetamine, guns

Covered Bridge Festival hikes scheduled this weekend

Tonight is 50s and 60s Night at Bridge festival

June 6, 2002

City responds to motion for change of venue by NAF

Carjacking a hoax; man faces charge

Planning commission confirms 645 new city residents

Move to protect national forest roadless areas praised

Sgt. Cornett captures Georgia fugitive

June 5, 2002

Candiates go to the voters to answer questions

Divorce rates in area counties among highest in state

NFS attorney vows to contest contamination suit

Covered Bridge art has a patriotic theme; folder includes names of local WWII veterans

County deputy has his day in court

June 4, 2002

Alcoa lawsuit moved to federal court

Erwin businessman sues Nuclear Fuels over contamination

Grant money opens funding pipeline for WRWA

City prepares for Covered Bridge Festival

June 2-3, 2002

Woman's 'pinky promise' means new organization for developmentally disabled children

Berry serves with pride on USS George Washington

New multimedia classroom dedicated at Nave Center

Public library officials concerned about child safety

Special activities fill festival calendar

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