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July 30, 2004

PAC-ing it up

Family travels across country to visit soldier son

Health care career counselor for county and city schools discusses first year

Three bears visit woman's yard and porch

'First Friday' to feature 12 of the region's top innovative photographers

Milligan announces new director of student success

MSHA awards grant to Keystone Dental Care, Inc.

July 29, 2004

Road's condition upsets residents

Project ChildSafe donates gun locks to EPD, CCSD for distribution

Growing pains

Woman arrested after trying to use son's insurance card for friend

Home schooling offers options in education

July 28, 2004

Veterans observe Armistice

Democratic women full of optimism

David Bautista, public defender, has key role in outdoor drama

EES lacks buyers   

Teens on Milligan campus for YiM conference

July 27, 2004

Property tax rate amended from $2.66 to $2.52

King Pharmaceuticals to Merge with Mylan Labs

E. coli second case

July 26, 2004

Local Democratic headquarters to open after primary election

Local teen recovering after liver transplant

Generosity comes from HUGS-N-KISSES

Budget Committee to meet tonight

Man charged with fraud, identity theft

Early voting continues

July 25, 2004

Sugar Hollow project sours nearby residents

Animal Rescue group seeks to protect animals in pet shops   

Blue Moon to rise July 31, but not according to folklore

A birthday wish for Benjamin

Heavy metal  Lead's legacy lives on in landfills

Holsclaw says taxes and roads  are most talked-about issues

July 23, 2004

Local Marine awarded Purple Heart

Red Cross urges blood donations  

July 22, 2004

Agreement may help clear up cell phone issues

NCLB standards difficult for all school systems to meet

Stoney Creek farm gets new stripes

DCS makes 'wish list'   

Ex-Sycamore Shoals Hospital nurse has license revoked

Two escape from work detail

July 21, 2004

Hospital property yields new enviro concern

County system waiting to hear from state about struggling schools

Local therapist elected

Healing hands

Arc of Carter County sets Saturday fund-raiser at Wal-Mart

Bristol man charged in death of his ex-wife

Gov. praises drama

July 20, 2004

Early voting extends through July 31

Four arrested at old hospital

Property tax vote postponed again  

July 19, 2004

Rollin' For A Reason

July 18, 2004

'Fuddtown', Johnson house up for auction   

Murfreesboro church donates playground

'The Wataugans' opens for 26th season; same story with new and old faces

Work will begin next month on downtown improvements   

NCCU sets grand opening for new Johnson City branch   

July 16, 2004

No place like home

Man dies trying to rescue capsized boaters  

ECS board OKs Cyclone Center funding, tables lease

Police complaint results in arrest   

Sprint to issue sales tax refunds   

July 15, 2004

Big John's moving into former Paty building

Tennessee ranks first in statewide prescription cost burden

Archaeology report on connector faces state, federal review

Accused killer faces new charge

Appalachian Christian Village honored

Star employee accepts position at Georgia newspaper

TVA reaches record power demand

Man calls police after being disturbed by naked neighbor

July 14, 2004

Jail lawsuit settled

July 13, 2004

Residents upset with budget, commissioners

Report: Less than half of state streams assessed

Court visit ends in felony charges

July 12, 2004

County streams make TDEC water quality list

The state's annual tab for obesity is 1.8 billion

The fad diets

July 11, 2004

Community Says Farewell To Beloved Charles Robinson

Alternative medicine debated

Emergency session called

July 9, 2004

City Council edict honors Charles Robinson

State reps listen to testimonials on freedom of choice

July 8, 2004

Family and friends mourn death of Charles Robinson

TDOT nixes traffic signal at Elk Crossing

Local tobacco farmer optimistic about buyout bill

Murder trial delayed

July 7, 2004

Star publisher dead after collapse

Holiday brings explosion of fireworks complaints

State report on children and youth provides overview

County Commissioner wanted

Walgreens plan delayed again

July 6, 2004

Rolling Thunder president draws attention to POW/MIA issue

Hampton says two county veterans still missing in action

July 4, 2004

Dishing the dirt

Initial goal of new Heritage Alliance will be to establish a local history museum

Single mom says adopting a teenager 'is hard, but it's worth it'

Widow of Hoss angry over how police handled the situation

Red Cross recommends leaving fireworks fun to professionals

Cloudland Elementary earns grant for arts project

July 2, 2004

Jacob Street set to enter first grade at Hampton Elementary School

Death penalty still on table in Miller case   

GOP expects battle   

Demery sentencing delayed; judge admonishes comments  

Wal-Mart grants go to local school and baseball team

The Annex opens downtown in former Duck Duck Goose location   

July 1, 2004

Alsup says so long to local agricultural extension office

DOS implements state's new, tougher driver license policy 

City welcomes fireworks retailers   

Officer denies claims   

Police capture escaped NSCC inmate