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August 31, 2004

Speed bumps proposal up for new city streets

Final meeting for two school board members

City liquor petition filed

Woman sues health care providers

August 30, 2004

Countdown to a new world record begins

August 29, 2004

Time Crunch:
Delays in passing budget could affect lawsuit settlement

Tax petition looms large for county

Liquor petition expected this week

There's no place like home

August 27, 2004

Bredesen gets Tri-Cities view on TennCare reform

State, BMS unveil walkway plan

State still fighting battle for jobs, economic growth

County meetings on agenda

August 26, 2004

Guinness record holder to make second dive attempt

MSF offers specialty license plate

Juveniles arrested for drugs

August 25, 2004

Sales tax repeal spells disaster

64-year-old cyclist makes trek from Denver to Carolina

Man arrested after struggling with officer during traffic stop

Police investigating alleged illegal vote at Unaka precinct

Man charged for stealing power

August 24, 2004

Budget workshop picks brains on tax rate

Centers specialize in women and children

Mayor won't seek third term

City voters get their turn in November

Liquor petition growing

August 23, 2004

Special delivery: mail carrier tells his story

ETCH budget slashed

Comments on TennCare revisions welcomed

August 22, 2004

The Boss buys Fuddtown

Bredesen redefines TennCare

EHDA vexed by illegal dumping

United Way kick-off scheduled Monday evening at Twins ballgame

Full Moon Bus Club returns to the Nolichucky

$1.8 million grant awarded to seven county schools

City's fire safety rating upgraded

Farmers market will open downtown Sept. 1

August 20, 2004

Fuddtown Fever Antique auction draws hundreds of bidders

City BOE approves pay raise

Congressional aides visit Johnson County

Comments on TennCare revisions welcomed

Inmate walks off work detail

August 19, 2004

Controversy caused over corpse hauled in truck

Raises highlight EEA contract

Appalachian Fair features new programs

More charges in Internet fraud

Jailer subject of inquiry

Information center for small businesses to open

August 18, 2004

Rare planes prompt memories for Tri- Cities residents

TBI investigating Carter County Jail; jailer resigns

Police cruiser starts 4-car pileup on West Elk Avenue

Tenn Care reforms protect children

Couple sues ECS over fence mishap

Carter Schools to give book to each baby born at Sycamore Shoals

Company picnic to raise funds for former employee with kidney disease

August 17, 2004

$2.57 tax rate fails

Demery sentencing delayed, lawyer withdraws

Death penalty misses Miller

Walgreens gets the go ahead

Appalachian Caverns reopens to the public

August 16, 2004

SSH volunteers take pride serving the community

Commission meeting Monday

ARC working with PDS to provide needed services to county

August 15, 2004

D.A. to announce death penalty decision in Miller case

Demery to be sentenced in 2002 death case

Report: No food damage at Ingle's

Planners give Walgreens another shot

August 13, 2004

Carter sworn in as councilman

Johnson Co. residents speak with TDEC officials

County schools begin year

TDEC takes steps to remove tires in Butler

Alexander favors independent intelligence czar

ECS meets all NCLB benchmarks

Carter schools improve in 2004 NCLB report

Historic aircraft to visit Tri-Cities Regional Airport

Woman indicted in assault case failed to appear in court

Fire damages trailer in Bulldog Hollow

August 12, 2004

Alexander favors independent intelligence czar

Ingle's fire draws interest of TDA

Johnson County group: "No CAFO"

Crime spree short lived for man charged with theft

Human West Nile cases confirmed in state

August 11, 2004

Ruptured valve showers Circuit Court offices

Woman charged with eBay fraud

Party leads police to theft

August 10, 2004

THP trooper injured in crash

Woman charged with vehicular homicide

Greyhound pulls J.C. to Boone, N.C. route

City to discuss sewer bill permit

MSHA 'son' on television show about detailed study of turtles

August 9, 2004

Community dedicates historic marker for Douglas School

Police investigating suspicious fire at Ingle's

Old Stover House slated for auction block this month

August 8, 2004

Butler celebrates heritage

Gunmaker honors city's history with rifle

Work begins downtown on beautification projects

Johnson City man charged with disorderly conduct

August 6, 2004

Cochran cruises to victory

Colbaugh wins 1st district school board seat

Holly remains tax assessor

Jenkins takes primary over Smith

Controversial issues lead to 3 ousted incumbents across area

Carter captures council seat

Man charged with stabbing wife

August 5, 2004

Polls open for primary

Rotary golf event dedicated as Charles Robinson Memorial

Stress relief for locals comes in an ancient art

Carter County officials announce school schedule

Author speaking on book tonight at Elizabethton Library

August 4, 2004

Lawmakers tour Children's Regional Hospital as MSHA plans new facility

Democratic party headquarters opens in downtown Johnson City

EMA Director suspended pending investigation

Walgreens plan deferred, again

Man injured in West Elk/Bemberg Road accident

Hunter Elementary student to attend young leaders conference

Electronic board tracks patients' progress

Legal Aid sets three-hour CLE seminar

August 3, 2004

Commission taken hostage?

Local responses to terror alert

Juvenile injured in stabbing incident at local VFW Post

Two charged in theft of wheelchair

August 2, 2004

Park holds third annual butterfly count

Commission to consider $2.52 property tax rate tonight

August 1, 2004

Hospital bids fall near budgeted mark

Story on proposed pet shop laws raises questions

Local ballot lacks races but not controversy

Local pet store owner details animal care

Cochran says he's determined to move county forward

Smith seeking GOP nod for 1st District congressional seat

Donley announces candidacy for City Council

Frank Robinson returns as Publisher of the STAR