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July 31, 2003

87-year-old driver loses control of vehicle at Papa John's

TVA land swap approved over Harris' objection

Antique car show planned downtown Friday evening

ACLU challenges Patriot Act

Man, woman charged in car burglaries appear in court

Two men arrested after shoplifting, colliding with building

Local post hopes law opens VFW membership

Erwin man receives Purple Heart from 1969

July 30, 2003

EES pension plan touches live wire with employees

Tellico land swap, fuel contracts on TVA board agenda

Three arrested after early morning traffic stop

July 29, 2003

The search is on

Locals charged for dealing drugs

Primitive pottery class bridges a crack in time

County BOE prepares for Aug. 15 school start

July 28, 2003

Study: TDOT "has relationship issues"

July 27, 2003

To zone or not to zone

MADD encourages safety when planning summer parties

City and county get taxes, NAP reclaims property

City BOE expected to decide on director search service Monday

Native Americans, descendants encouraged to meet candidates

NFS gets first uranium shipments for BLEU Project

Man violates his probation by picking up two indecent exposure charges

July 25, 2003

FBI seizes files from Unicoi County circuit court clerk's office

Changing TVA operations not without trade-offs

July 24, 2003

Storms, trees keep EES on defensive

City seeks to recover legal fees from NAF

800 numbers bombard resident

TVA to hold media briefing on Reservoir Operations Alternative

July 23, 2003

Two arrested in string of weekend burglaries

Stoney Creek zoning has residents signing petitions

NAF asks court to amend $3.4 million judgment

Bunny helps police bag burglar

July 22, 2003

County Budget passes, but changes are to come

Election commission tallying voter verification cards

Two men, one woman injured in three car accident near lake

Jail study given go-ahead

Film commission feature film

July 21, 2003

Abandoned properties problem for citizens

Tourism director graduates from leadership training institute

July 20, 2003

Mom returns from Iraq

Putman files motion to set aside guilty plea in 1993 murder

Budget vote Monday

Controlled burn ignites minor fire

One arrested for drug possession valued at $500,000

Driver of stolen wrecker nabbed after two-state chase

Just when you think you've heard it all: WD-40 for aches?

July 18, 2003

Finance department beats schedule by 12 months

Study redefines TVA's role in river management

Emmanuel professor delivers public lecture on Islam

Even when it's all wet, Carter County still a draw

Blood supplies critically low; Red Cross appeals to donors

Overcrowding creates problems for county school, jail

Carter County Finance Department consolidates offices

Tri-Cities Airport receives $1.9 million for development

'The Wataugans" has a Madame for first time in cast

Woman injured after accident on West Elk Avenue

July 17, 2003

Bridge work continues with no delays

TCRA receives $1.9 million grant

TVA director expects battle with proposed rate hike

Fed taking 'long-term' look at boosting economy

Tanner charged with fourth indecent exposure

July 16, 2003

Culver settles as interim director

Man carried by Wings Air Rescue after accident near Watauga Lake

13-year-old boy and father dead in Unicoi County after apparent murder-suicide

Man injured in East Elk Avenue wreck

July 15, 2003

Improvements of Carter County schools discussed

City, market settle beer license revocation suit

Independent power providers resisting proposed TVA rate hike

Green seeks clarifications in Johnson's ruling

Man arrested after assaulting officer at hospital

Man arrested for third time on indecent exposure charges

July 14, 2003

Twins adjust to Carter County

July 13, 2003

Tobacco growers could receive settlement money

'It has been an ordeal'

Downtown merchants, car club will sponsor cruise-in

Portion of tree falls, demolishes gazebo at Wedding Moments Wedding Chapel

Pepper spray release evacuates market

Dot's Doin's: Decorations take sting out of lab procedures

July 15 deadline for crop reports

July 11, 2003

Body found in Watauga Lake positively identified as that of Boone, N.C. man

Torrential rain takes toll on tobacco, hay, vegetable crops

Tennessee National Guard soldier killed in Iraq

East Tennessee Christian Home needs foster parents

Emmanuel Village hosts first outdoor wedding ceremony at Emmanuel cross

Culver named ECS interim director

Council OK's fireworks plan despite fired up crowd

Woman arrested in officer deaths also wanted by CCSD

Man, wife injured in accident on U.S. 321

July 10, 2003

Wings Air Rescue team member presented EMT Gold Medal by VFW

Rescued child says 'Good Morning, America!'

5-year-old girl drowns at South Holston Lake

Director details budget

'A desire to serve' - Know Sweat gives youth a mission

Assessor's office to do reappraisals

July 9, 2003

City, county fire departments nearing mutual aid agreement

Committee feels backlash from water and speed

Willis will return to face murder charges in deaths of teens; aunt pleads guilty in court

July 8, 2003

Fisk bids farewell to Red Cross post

Property tax discount may be abolished

Man nearly dies from heart attack after four-car accident

ECS school board set to name interim director

Thrift store after-hours donations have uncharitable consequences

Man charged with DUI after string of seven accidents damaged property in Siam

July 7, 2003

Paging system reduces stress

Two taken to hospitals after accidents

July 6, 2003

What's in the air? Over 6 billion pounds of toxins

Man arrested for child abuse after his mother reports him to state authorities

Holiday passes before city decides on fireworks ordinance

New offices for two county departments

TVA upgrading hydro operations, increasing efficiency

Official Tennessee flag to fly in 100th year of flight

July 3, 2003

Residents should respect laws while celebrating Fourth

Over 3,000 voters purged

Heavy rain sends highway department to repair sinkhole

Local residents have variety of plans for celebrating holiday

Fireworks mishaps injure thousands each year

Professor declares peacefulness of Islamic faith and Middle Eastern culture

TWRA urges boating safety during July Fourth weekend

July 2, 2003

Body found may be that of boater missing since May 11

ECS board's next task ... to find a new director

Curb cut incites debate between attorney, city planner

TVA hosting reservoir workshops

New litter officer on the lookout for code violators

VA prepares for potential flooding

Couple arrested on theft charges

Johnson City-based 730th to return from Iraq this weekend

July 1, 2003

16-year-old female injured in wreck during rainfall on 19E

State gets tougher on motorists with updated DUI law

Council may change fireworks laws

Man arrested on meth, assault charges

County employees express desire for cost of living raise at public hearing

Strickland to lead Ga. school system