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June 30, 2004

Man shot, killed by police officers

Marine returns from Iraq

Elizabethton police report missing girl

Dean Blevins discusses humanitarian efforts to help those less fortunate

Falling power sales worry EES board   

Police charge man after finding explosive device in his car

Wal-Mart nearing lease agreement for existing store

Funds launch Johnson County's wireless telecommunications network

Local teachers boarded the 'gas station in the sky'   

Police search for missing Sullivan County woman

Passing motorist finds body   

Memorial for slain Konnarock soldier set

June 29, 2004

Wheel tax fails, for now   

New seat belt and child restraint laws to go in effect July 1

Vacation leave prompts research by EEA   

Man dies after shooting   

Man arrested on sexual battery

June 28, 2004

Locals seek to keep rail service alive, diverse

County Commission to consider tax increase proposals

Shooting in Kingsport sends two to hospital

Community wellness fair

Washington County man killed in car accident

June 27, 2004

'Fahrenheit 9/11' packs local theater

Med students test skills in local community

State Senate honors local man after his death

Retail growth

Bids sought to raze CCMH

Two injured in Sycamore Street wreck

June 25, 2004

School board signs certificate of support for Guard and Reserve

County school officials explain Basic Education Plan

Bid received on Watauga water line project

Couple indicted on charges of raping two children

June 24, 2004

Regional health improvement project receives first $100,000

Gas thefts still prevalent despite lower prices   

Police investigate death of ETSU student   

June 23, 2004

Council amends Cruise-In traffic plan

Alzheimer's symposium: a new perspective on the disease

Relay for Life will feature hundreds of walkers in fight against cancer

Thief steals $800 from players at Joe O'Brien field

New road projects begin

Local couple charged in murder of man's first wife

Investigation into student threats at CHS still open

Man arrested after trying to sneak hacksaw blades into jail

June 22, 2004

MSHA commercial focuses on "real people, real experiences"

Election commission appoints precinct workers for Aug. 5

Man running in traffic charged

Man threatens three with gun following hit-and-run wreck

Washington County police investigate shooting

J.C. police investigate fatal car wreck

NRA endorses Cochran

One injured in Doe River rafting accident

Three charged with burglary after business break-in

Man arrested after firing gunshots into two Carter County homes

June 21, 2004

New interpretive specialist enjoying Sycamore Shoals

Local audiologist becomes successful inventor   

Doctor one of first in field   

278th National Guard troop departs for Iraq   

June 20, 2004

'Above and Beyond' exhibit tells history of the Roan   

Circus offers family feel

Man arrested on aggravated assault charge   

Raven Rock Cartridges now authorized HP Business Partner   

City wins TML governing award   

Salvation Army Thrift Store moves to West Towne Square   

Fred's Discount Store, Silver Dollar among new tenants to open Elk Crossing stores   

Expansion planned for Elizabethton Food City   

June 18, 2004

Budget committee adds wheel tax to property tax hike

New Roan Mountain State Park exhibit celebrates area's uniqueness

ECS employees to get $1,000 bonus

Siemens to sell?

Man charged with 8th DUI

August ballot light, but diverse

SSH receives award

June 17, 2004

Traveling baseball festival coming to Elizabethton  

City and Car Club find resolution, maybe

Circus brings rare elephants to town

Cruise-In pros and cons  

River cleanup and celebration

June 16, 2004

20 more applicants needed for Little Milligan utility water  

ECS seeking new home for Cyclone Center

Pop culture: A vehicle of the gospel

Gas prices dip

911 faces new year with old woes   

Neglect case charges   

EMA looking for volunteers   

Police investigating sexual assault

Children's Hospital Classic raises more than $120,000

Hepatitis A hits Unicoi County

June 15, 2004

A penny stretches a long way

Estep overcomes kidney transplant to operate successful business

Cruise-In issues "erupt"

June 14, 2004

Officials discuss property tax misconceptions

Victim identified in Unicoi County shooting

High speed chase through two counties ends in wreck, one injured

June 13, 2004

PSR speaks out on need for health tracking system

Wally Gagglers take to the river

Leave it to them

June 11, 2004

Council says: Let there be lights!

Fourth of July will test city fireworks rule

Voter apathy common in county?   

FedEx delivers pot, police officers 

Cruise-in logistics vex council members   

Alzheimer's: a struggle for patients and caregivers   

Vandals write terroristic graffitti on buildings in Bristol

Ohio fugitive caught in Unicoi County

Bristol pharmacist convicted of murder gets new trial

June 10, 2004

Child injured when bike hits mail carrier vehicle

MSHA brass touts investment at SSH

Report recommends closing Covered Bridge to vehicles

Quadruplets come home; cycle of feeding and diapering never ends

"Growing Healthy" comes to local schools  

AEDs now countywide in fire stations

Red Cross fund-raiser set tonight at Pizza Inn   

Local CNAs honored

June 9, 2004

Potential property tax rate up to $2.65 and rising

Railroad decline mirrors industrial drop

VA Medical Centers lead country in hospital technology   

Frist visits Iraqi PM

Fantasy novel by Elizabethton author soon to be in bookstores

'Power of Life' campaign growing beyond schools

Entry deadline for Senesi Golf Classic draws near

CCSD investigating alleged neglect of elderly woman

June 8, 2004

Town hall meeting yields suggestions for county budget

Reagan philosophy still carries GOP

WRRWA passes 2005 budget

City considers land development near I-26

Connector report expected soon

Former resident could face charges in helicopter crash

June 7, 2004

County school officials discuss No Child Left Behind law

June 6, 2004

Ex-King Pharmaceutical executive buys Cove Ridge Marina

Unsweet TEA Cochran rebuffs teachers' union endorsement

Project Childsafe coming to Carter County

Man arrested after striking officer with a 12-pack of beer

TVA to create electricity out of thin air

Got Soy?

Local dentist first to offer new tooth whitening process

June 4, 2004

Local marina earns TVA award

Wreck in Hampton injures four

Mike Mains, Parks and Rec director, ready for summer

Did Haynes have surgery?

Legislators Announce Forestry Grants

Boy hands out cash

Man, woman arrested for burglary

Man arrested for indecent exposure

June 3, 2004

Report: Wal-Mart growth often subsidized by taxpayers

Carter County Car Club will have first of two shows downtown Saturday

Wings transports man hit by tree limb

Sycamore Shoals Park will host Native American festival this weekend

NFS partners to run Idaho nuclear laboratory

Tennessee cancer patients receive checks

Alzheimer's Association hosts event at Pine Room

June 2, 2004

Budget Committee: Property tax increase plus a wheel tax?

Power board buys transformer for Snap-On expansion

Plan for new jail approved

Police investigate arson

Good Samaritans help apprehend intoxicated driver

Man arrested after approaching women about drugs

June 1, 2004

Residents asked to boat safely

Niswonger scholars named