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September 30, 2004

An American dream comes true for Johnson City family

Man charged with aggravated assault on ex-girlfriend

Police seize drugs, firearms, gambling machines

September 29, 2004

Main: Disaster Relief
Bredesen seeks federal aid to help recover damages from Ivan

Study: EES capital needs near $9 million

Roan Mtn. Community Park nears completion

Charlotte Taylor Center hires new director

September 28, 2004

"Walking in the footsteps of heroes"

Two inmates charged with assault

Five arrested in sting

September 27, 2004

Fiona of Fulbright

September 26, 2004

State revenues climb, but local appropriations near even

Not all stars are found in Hollywood

Man charged after dog finds drugs in car

Joint replacement center focuses on comfort for healing

September 24, 2004

City BOE to review nepotism policy

Fred's sets grand opening in Elizabethton

Local nurses take a different kind of vacation

September 23, 2004

Voter registration deadline Oct. 1

Officials investigate sewage spill

Over $95,000 donated to St. Jude by Wings Across Tennessee

September 22, 2004

Bridge, water line hold water

Appalachian autumn invites foliage viewing

The Standards perform at local high schools

West G Street accident injures one

Woman arrested after causing disturbance, assaulting officers

New Wellmont CEO brings medical experience to leadership role

September 21, 2004

The highs of Lowe's Home store nearing completion

Legislators announce funding for county

Leadership class makes a memory; 'Ivan' an uninvited guest at retreat

Local officials estimating Ivan damage

September 20, 2004

OVTA celebrates 30th anniversary

September 19, 2004

Ivan hammers N.C. highlands

Ivan comes through Tennessee

Wings Across Tennessee makes donation ride to St. Jude Hospital

Wagon train to hit the trail for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Childbirth related classes set for JCMC

Church sets 17th annual harvest festival

September 17, 2004

EMA Director discusses hostage drill

County officials prepare for Hurricane Ivan

Highway Commission to access drainage problems

Local officials urge citizens to heed evacuation notice

September 16, 2004

Robinson Memorial melds golf, philanthropy

Jackson reinstated as EMS Director

City board reviews MSHA expenditures next week

Residents asked to brace for flood risks

State analyzing chemical found in soil

Inmate escapes Sullivan County Jail

Faith and public service: Tax reformer to lecture

'Women and Heart Disease' health screening at SSH

September 15, 2004

Chemical finding alarms Keenburg neighborhood

Milligan enrollment second highest

Man charged with assaulting girlfriend, stealing gasoline

Inmate arrested afterfleeing courtroom

Special Olympics celebrates 20 years of bowling

Red Cross' 'Together We Prepare' event set for Saturday

September 14, 2004

Commission approves 15 percent tax hike

TDEC partners with counties to clean-up Butler tire site

Man charged with stealing car

Man charged in stabbing

Annual 'Magical Night of Giving' to benefit local charities, groups

September 13, 2004

Honoring history

September 12, 2004

County GOP roasts pig, preps for election

County Democrats rally for Kerry

The 'monk from Brooklyn' carves out post 9-11 life in Asia

Henson family recovering from accidents

Red Cross offers a helping hand in times of disaster

State gets $4.8 million of federal funds to boost economic growth

Local nurses respond to Florida disaster efforts

September 10, 2004

Flood waters destroy Weir Dam

ETSU ROTC hosts 9-11 ceremony

City Beverage Board penalizes three stores

EMA director speaks on changed world since Sept. 11

Homeland security is ever changing

Sept. 11 still changing the way business is conducted

September 9, 2004

Area feels Frances' wrath

City comments on failed petition

Butler retires from hospital after 45 years of service

September 8, 2004

Frances arrives; 2-4 inches of rain expected

Sales tax referendum fails

Man faces sexual assault charges

Tennessee sounds good to me

Man faces charges

Hospital demo on agenda

City Beverage Board holds hearings Thursday

Food City reps spurn entrance closures

September 7, 2004

42nd annual Naturalists' Rally set to begin

September designated as suicide prevention month

September 5, 2004

Hall breaks his own record for longest dive

City police, fire get new command post

Squad digs in for training

Tennessee inmates chip in for 'Andrea Walks'

911 dispatcher coaches man through delivering his son

Local aviation ministry secures the future

Jailer arrested on sexual charges

CAFO gets permit

JCPB worker killed after fall

September 3, 2004

Investigation of Rescue Squad dismissed

Beverage petition flies

Contractors begin moving contaminated soil

Public comment open for Sugar Hollow remediation

Forest Service urges comments on Walnut Mountain project proposal

September 2, 2004

Man donates hearse to CCSD

Three newly elected county officials sworn in

World record broken; dive time extended

Dept. of Labor investigating whistleblower complaint

September 1, 2004

Jail housing units behind schedule, over budget

Budget committee OKs $2.56 property tax rate

TDEC makes no decision on CAFO permit

Man arrested after attempting to run another vehicle off the road