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June 30, 2003

Members of the 776th graduate from Army's elite Air Assault school

June 29, 2003

Wal-Mart awaits final approval from planning commission

Wagon master carried to the cemetery in farm wagon pulled by his horses

Bunn named president of newly-formed Elizabethton Downtown Business Association

No parade, no band, but Hargett finally gets the Purple Heart

Lingerfelt steps down as veterans service officer

ETSU, TVA help fledgling businesses get off the ground

Surviving spouses of vets could get health care restored

Man charged with DUI after three-vehicle wreck

June 27, 2003

Federal appeals court sets aside ruling against TVA

Drainage problems a perplexing issue for Green Valley Lane, municipal airport

Lectures on Middle East crisis call for more balanced view of the conflict, more media fairness

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrests fugitive in North Carolina

June 26, 2003

Fireworks retailers fuse Fourth business

Judy Blevins officially resigns

County to receive $170,000 in Homeland Security grants

Deadline for comments near on plans for Cherokee Natl. Forest

Lightning: an underrated killer

June 25, 2003

Draining and zoning: hot topics of concern for county planners

City wins sewer line suit, NAF ordered to pay $3.4 million for sewer easement blockage

Johnson City man arrested after abandoning his two children at the scene of a car wreck

Teens prescribe Junior Volunteer program for summer fun

Milligan College names new director of adult ed.

Childhood Journeys' focus of this year's Early Childhood Conference at ETSU

June 24, 2003

91-year-old man dies in tractor accident

County BOE to divide equity raise according to experience

Watauga business catches fire

County commission honors Wataugans, others for outstanding achievements

Commission Member Tom Bowers' brainstorming buoys budget brouhaha

Local public defender elected to leadership role

June 23, 2003

ASP volunteers renovating local homes

Driver charged following collision with ambulance

Forest off limits to Fourth of July fireworks

June 22, 2003

Four injured when vehicle hits ambulance

Commission tackles budget; public gets chance for input

A mother fights to battle against the drugs that killed her daughter one year ago

Committees discuss planning commission regulations, courthouse renovations

Americans spend billions on care for their pets

Settlement reached for one plaintiff group in nursery truck accident

Family offers $5,000 reward for info on missing woman

Leadership Tomorrow Class having positive impact on community

Gorge retreat among highlights

June 20, 2003

Board splits on administrators' travel policy

JTF prepares for study

Passengers, driver escape injury after tour bus accident on Roan Mountain

Clawson family files $11 million law suit

Nolichucky Gorge Campground to host Summer Solstice Festival

UETHDA to begin commodity distribution

Forest Service cautions: Watch out for the heat!

SANE nurses trained especially to treat victims of sexual assault

June 19, 2003

Seven arrested at Carden's Bluff camp ground on alcohol charges

Lottery may be legal, but bingo fund-raisers still taboo

Petty Officer Wesley Price attends celebration aboard USS Cole in Florida

June 18, 2003

Director pushes to improve medical dispatch

'Heroes' featured in CC Relay for Life Survivors' Lap

City v. Color Works 

Hughes accepts Water Authority director's position

VA man charged with DUI after hit-and-run accident

June 17, 2003

Interim director of local Red Cross returning to traveling Broadway show

June 16, 2003

From one who has experienced abortion: "nobody needs to feel this way"

June 15, 2003

Cochran says first session slow, but memorable

Downtown merchants have several improvement projects on drawing board

K-9 teams certify, county to host fall trials

Rainfall fills Lynn Ave.storm drain

Teen pregnancy rate leveling off in county, state

June 13, 2003

'Old Glory' retirement ceremony Saturday at National Guard Armory

Commissioner Tom "Yogi" Bowers receives mysterious "ricin" letter

County teachers union voting on $1.3 equity pay distribution

Officials address No Child Left Behind

Fireworks plan sparks debate

Juvenile charged after wrecking stolen vehicle

UFO research center to host conference in Carter County

Stoney Creek VFD receives truck from Fla. man

June 12, 2003

Annual bluegrass festival transformed in Unicoi County

The "sound of silence" depicts anti-abortion protest

Men arrested for pot, meth as officers try to serve a warrant on another

Third rabid raccoon found

June 11, 2003

Abortion protestors plan to gather at doctor's office

County finance committee approves schools' budget

Squad budget OK'd with 5 percent cut; VFD funds restored

Booming business?

Education conference to be held

June 10, 2003

Committee holds line on property tax

Three arrested in meth lab bust

Campbell County School System expected to offer Blevins contract

Council tackles property fee increase proposal this week

$20 million in aid disbursed after Tennessee storms

Law allows motorcycles to go through red lights

Three juveniles arrested for auto burglaries

State organizations awarded $5.6 million in largest anti-trust settlement in state history

First bird reported this year to have West Nile virus

June 9, 2003

HART Team rescues local men from Watauga River

June 8, 2003

Citizens grill NRC on BLEU project

Work on Elk Avenue Bridge begins Monday; Covered Bridge will also be closed to traffic

One injured as motorcycle, vehicle collide

Friday the 13th a bad day for litter in the county

Course preparing for Senesi Golf Classic

Water Authority receives $873,000 grant

TWRA member to address Trout Unlimited

14-year-old arrested for snatching woman's purse

June 6, 2003

Budget issues reduce DHS provisions to bare minimum

Blevins has not received contract

Winter kerosene spill leaking into Tiger Creek

State becomes primary leader

Woman arrested for public drunkenness while taking her four children to carnival

It's 50's and 60's music tonight on the Elk Ave. Bridge

June 5, 2003

Inscription on coffin believed to be that of Jesus' brother is fake, Emmanuel professor says

Johnson City gets new Top Cop

NRC to review BLEU project

Appellate court upholds judgment for auto dealership

Bluegrass music will be featured on bridge tonight

June 4, 2003

Color Works seeks rate rollback

City help contingent on company's financial status

One man injured; one arrested in two-vehicle accident

Summer beckons water lovers to the Franklin Pool

Disabled military retirees now eligible for special pay

New Covered Bridge book authored by local woman

Covered Bridge Celebration opens tonight with music

Kids Fishing Day scheduled

June 3, 2003

Campbell County BOE makes offer to Blevins

WRWA votes to hire director

Watershed groups expect state grant to boost stream bank projects

Utility district replacing water lines due to asbestos violation

Woman charged with narcotics

June 2, 2003

County has too much rain; not enough drainage

June 1, 2003

Elizabethton man receives Purple Heart as stamp unveiled

Dog-gone health care

ETSU athlete charged in assault of two Milligan students

Several options for summer entertainment available in region

EHS students post high scores on Gateway exams

Former auto dealer gets 100 days jail time on forgery, criminal simulation counts

776th faces Kingsport company in Fort Campbell softball tournament

37th Annual Covered Bridge Celebration will open Wednesday