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October 31, 2001

TVA to begin repairs at Boone Reservoir

TVA writes off $3.4 billion in assets

Weatherization helps low-income households keep warm

TVA to build power storage plant

Some Elizabethton workers saw their shadow yesterday

Rehabilitation Center gets new computers

October 30, 2001

Legislators leave schools hanging

Taylor named assistant director of city schools

Voting on wheel tax declines

More than $5.3 million collected in delinquent government loans

Milligan College Madrigal Dinner tickets go on sale November 1

October 28-29, 2001

Milligan dedicates education center

Wallace: Local United Way campaign may be impacted by terrorist attacks

Foundation's fall meeting features talk about David Preston Sherfy's Civil War service

Leaves of 'Memory Tree' breathe life into new facility

Former POW to speak at 'A Day of Remembrance for Our Heroes'

Speaking out for ideals of America

MSHA continues battle against Wellmont

Association kicks off National Alzheimer's Disease Month

October 26, 2001

Painkillers cause of woman's death

Homecoming weekend a busy time at Milligan College

October 25, 2001

Anthrax scare shuts down Johnson City Post Office

Postmaster Vickie Shipley of Elizabethton receives award

Leonard to present lecture series on Islam and terrorism

October 24, 2001

EES plans to discuss possible refunds

EHDA board approves contract for director

County continues war on junk

Safe Schools funding released

October 23, 2001

Reapportionment may mean big changes for local government

City moves forward with water quality improvement plan

Project nears completion for Boys/Girls Club

October 21-22, 2001

Carter deputy cleared of charges; three promoted

New Emergency Room at Sycamore Shoals Hospital

Bredesen works to rally support for 2002

Shoun's thrives despite downswing in hardwood industry

October 19, 2001

USPS keeps mail moving

Gubernatorial hopeful visits town

Grades, attendance records available via the Internet says school board

Knoxville clinics test negative for anthrax

Governor announces state bioterrorism measures

Don't miss Saturday's fall excursion at Doe River Gorge

October 18, 2001

False alarms keep agencies battling terrorism busy

Selling the State Income Tax: Legislators try to rally support

Adoptions kickoff event set for Milligan College

Council to host health fair

Referendum turnout 'good'

City Schools to continue programs

Woolly Worm Festival set for October 20-21

October 17, 2001

Smoke signals from jail

Supreme Court overturns ruling in Peele case

Code violation charges against city doctor dismissed

October 16, 2001

Carter County facing a shrinking budget

Sandy Greenwell, local businessman, dies at JCMC

October 14-15, 2001

TVA submits license amendments for tritium production

TVA debates use of National Guard troops

For Hampton couple, miracles come in small packages

Merchants warned about bogus checks

Music keeps father and son 'in touch' although miles apart

Students have 'Power of Choice'

Public works project up and running with satisfactory results

Afghan king 'last man standing,' professor says

'Zero percent' financing prompts consumer alert

Bristol Police respond to suspicious packages

WHEEL TAX: What do your commissioners say?

October 12, 2001

Two county residents arrested on heroin charges

Carter Countians say attacks are justified

School Board approves Blevins contract

Water treatment plant receives state approval

City Council meeting focuses on appreciation

Doctor cited for city code violation

October 11, 2001

Wellmont contests MSHA certificate of need

October 10, 2001

Storm drainage improvement projects underway

Christians and Muslims unite at Milligan College

School board approves bid; discusses wheel tax

Terrorist attacks leave mark on deer season

October 9, 2001

Elizabethton City Schools could face cutbacks in enrichment program

Decision near on Big Springs water treatment plant

Police crack down on drivers passing stopped school buses

TCRA redoubles security

October 8, 2001

Local health officials watchful

Normalcy returns to Pentagon following days of tragedy

October 7, 2001

For us, it's not over

Officials prepare for winter

Bristol men charged in federal tax conspiracy

Cole announces state aid for roads

Contributions needed for Elizabethton Downtown Christmas Lighting Program

Women's shelter maintains financial stability -- needs continued support

October 5, 2001

Sheriff hopes charges against inmates sends message

TCRA, United Airlines reach compromise

N.C. officials probe Carter lead in frozen woman's death

Apple Festival gets underway in Erwin

Sycamore Shoals Camp teaches conservation of natural resources

October 4, 2001

Frist: U.S. 'under-prepared' to deal with bioterrorism

Blevins hopes to make school system even better

Cranberry Festival held next weekend

Students sponsor blood drive

October 3, 2001

U.S. forces at high risk from lack of chemical suits

Rescue Squad maintains A rating despite budget

Funeral services set for Sullivan officers

October 2, 2001

Water Authority discusses ways and means

TennCare program to be overhauled

City Parks and Recreation completes projects

October 1, 2001

Symbol or Prophecy?

86.9 million in road projects approved

Life on the line

Grant will aid area libraries Motheread/Fatheread program

Guess awarded Purple Heart, posthumously

Grant says 'miracle' of God brought her home

Local emergency service groups to aid rescue