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October 31, 2002

Local students thank Sheriff's Dept. for keeping them safe on Halloween

State candidates spend thousands on election

October 30, 2002

Rep. Ralph Cole defends his political actions

Alcoa nostalgia -- EES board considers effects

Candidates spending little on election

TDOH announces West Nile case in Johnson County resident

Planning Commission looks toward future regulations

Tuesday, October 29, 2002

Local schools use state funding for safety precautions

Know your candidate? Check out 'Vote Smart' for answers

Monday, October 28, 2002

Accident brings family closer to community

Much of county's population without sufficient education

Sunday, October 27, 2002

Man charged in multiple vehicle accident

Cochran says he has been sticking to issues in campaign

Hundreds vote early

GOP bus tour comes to Covered Bridge

State needs a "fresh start" in government says Crowe

Gabriel counting on 'business plan' and citizens frustration in Sente race

Mattioli believes 'politics as usual' must end

AmeriCorps to work on Roan Mountain State Park

Wells says Vietnam veteran Roever has 'the most beautiful face I have ever seen'

Second Annual Grady's Thanksgiving set

Friday, October 25, 2002

Fashion show to benefit breast cancer research

Thursday, October 24, 2002

Man charged for gruesome slaying of Georgia couple

Stakes high in TennCare re-verification process

Waste company files suit

Mutual aid fire dispatches questioned

Wednesday, October 23, 2002

Hospital property's fate remains in limbo

Senate candidates debate education, taxes

Tuesday, October 22, 2002

Local man's invention gains national attention

County Commission reorganizes committees

Officers arrest local man for stolen weapons

Student researches sightings

Frist responds to generic drug initiative and Sudan Peace Act

Monday, October 21, 2002

The drag of getting arrested

Sunday, October 20, 2002

Cole supporters mounting write-in campaign

Vacant businesses hold potential for local economy

Col. North visits Tri-Cities

Inmate, ex-inmate file suit in prison van collision

Shipley wants to do 'whatever it takes' to help city

Pectol: City needs new direction in economic development

Morris vows to continue city's work to prosperity

Beautification of city remains priority to McKinney

Hughes expects results beyond campaign promises

Cox ready for one of 'most important elections in city's history'

Business of Elizabethton is business says Smalling

Education remains a passion for Armstrong

Bowers high on transportation projects in city

Berry commitment to education is foundation for his service

Friday, October 18, 2002

Couples' remains found; two women charged in slaying

Fair discusses county's water problems

Community Awareness Week culminates Saturday with county-wide cleanup

Burning permits required as fall fire season begins

Frist, Thompson announce $1.5 million for UT research

Thursday, October 17, 2002

Polls open for early voting

Investigators search storage unit for clues about Boone Lake body parts

Churches continue fight against lottery referendum

EMA receives funding for equipment

Wednesday, October 16, 2002

Planners expect Connector to raise decibels near Sycamore Shoals area

Sen. Crowe helps residents without water in Little Milligan area

The Haunted Fort
Cloudland Drama Club spooks Fort Watauga

Tuesday, October 15, 2002

United Way kicks off annual campaign

Lottery opponents deride lottery plan

Fall wildfire season begins in Tennessee

Sunday and Monday, October 13-14, 2002

Local families in danger of losing water rights

'It has been a battle'

T.A. Dugger student hit while walking home

Hilleary not optimistic about Iraqi compliance

Stoney Creek Fire Department to receive over $100,000 in federal money

Shipley announces re-election bid for City Council

Armstrong announces candidacy for re-election to city School Board

Hunt announces candidacy for ECS School Board

Bowers seeks re-election to City Council

Severed head, body parts found in Boone Lake area

Police investigating money-changing scam reports at local businesses

Friday, October 11, 2002

Parent concerned by disciplinary standards on county school buses

City approves traffic-calming devices

Thursday, October 10, 2002

Frist defends President's Iraq resolution

Hampton FD receives grant

More money for local teachers?

Drug Task Force arrest six in methamphetamine sweep

JC teenager arrested for theft of $10,000

Wednesday, October 9, 2002

Pot seized on Roan Mountain

Local marine responds to terrorist bombing

Elizabethton Connector construction at least two years away

Tuesday, October 8, 2002

Council to consider resolution on Elk Avenue Bridge restoration funds

Jenkins proposes submarine be named for Elizabethton

New policies to be drafted for county

Local man lives with rare disease

Public hearing on Northern Connector to be held tonight

Carter County to receive state appropriations

Monday, October 7, 2002

Local ACS volunteers urge Washington to make cancer a priority

Sunday, October 6, 2002

Roger Campbell remembered

Principal continues recovery

Afghan flag presented to Veterans Committee in Donnie Davis' honor

Training alliance gets grant to assist disabled workers

Local Shriners will celebrate 50th anniversary of first Shrine Bowl on Oct. 11

City, county setting stage for Community Awareness Week

EHS Ecology Club to represent state in Youth Watershed Summit

Buddy Walk benefit singing set for Oct. 12

Demery court date set for Nov. 26

EHS student injured

TDOT to hold meeting on Elizabethton Connector

Friday, October 4, 2002

Bridge named in memory of Master Sgt. Davis

Sprint, union still divided over contract

Hospital opens breast care center

State inmate walks from work crew in Keenburg area

Carter County receives grant for water lines

Red Cross reopens office in Carter County

Cosby man pleads guilty in firearms sale case

Thursday, October 3, 2002

Wellmont to drop MSHA appeal

Senate nearing Iraq resolution

Wednesday, October 2, 2002

Complaints filed against local business owner

African lion reportedly sighted roaming county's mountains

Commission denies rezoning for Happy Valley Credit Union expansion

Tuesday, October 1, 2002

Two dead in Lynn Valley murder-suicide

Tragedy rips through county schools after shooting

Lottery retailers earn percentage of sales

Friday is voter registration deadline for Nov. 5 election

JCPD arrests two for aggravated assault