October 31, 2003

Tall tales and legends:

The local church and Halloween

Local gas station offering full service for one day to raise money for high school sports

October 30, 2003

Wreck leaves one dead, another injured

Regional coalition on homelessness resurrected to help needy

Fisher final candidate interviewed for city BOE

Butler couple return from hurricane rescue work

Caution makes for safe and happy Halloween

EHS Civinettes and FCA hold benefit for Second Harvest Food Bank

October 29, 2003

Rezoning requests approved by Planning Commission

Eight inmates escape from Sullivan County Jail

October 28, 2003

McInturf makes his case to BOE

Bow hunting accident claims life of Mountain City man

Mountain City woman killed in Hampton

MSHA observes five years as area health care network

Details released about wreck; local teen still recovering at home

City woman arrested following accident

Kingsport couple charged in connection with infant injured in dog attack

Man charged with August burglary

N.C. man arrested in thefts

October 27, 2003

'I Pinky Promise' founder wants more awareness of children's disabilities

Education guaranteed for disabled kids

Goal is to feed 2,000 at Grady's in J.C.

October 26, 2003

City BOE interviews first two candidates for director's job

Lowe's is coming to town

Residents reminded to change their battery with the time

Sisters bring artistic flare to downtown business

Local man sentenced on federal gun, drug charges

October 24, 2003

Career Day inspires students to dream for big jobs

Hardware retailer submits site plan for local store

AMVETS presents Crowe with Silver Bayonet Award

October 23, 2003

Van clips, flips SUV injuring 3

Shopping center's new owners plan facade

CCSD officers sharpen skills with driving course

Better health without drugs? It's possible, doctor says

Driver partially ejected when tree splits truck cab

October 22, 2003

Black bear visits Betsy area

Board buys new recording system

Holding company buys Bemberg Shopping Center

Milligan College announces homecoming

K-9 teams from across state certify, perform demo at local high school

Two juveniles cited for having pot in school

October 21, 2003

All Carter County districts under county-wide zoning

Citizens vent zoning frustrations

TDOT program comes to county

Man, woman arrested after domestic dispute

United Way at 10 percent of 2004 campaign goal

October 20, 2003

TCADSV looks at past; aims for future

October 19, 2003

Hampton citizens: "Zoning? We don't want it!"

Jenkins backs Bush aid plan

Protestors demand an end to death penalty

NFS faces $60,000 fine for nuclear material violations

Framatome foray in BLEU Project

School director field mixes locals and newcomers

Spritzer appointed to TTDC Board

October 17, 2003

Five finalists in ECS superintendent search

ECS wins Safe Schools grant

End of the line for ETRY

Local officials offer zoning answers

October 16, 2003

Mold discovered in courthouse prompts county probe

Legislature will not allow binding zoning referendum

Hampton, Unaka high schools go wireless

October 15, 2003

State reps review bridge carrying water line

Some who battle violence fight poverty

Tempers "know no bounds" at public forum on county-wide zoning

Local teen still recovering from accident

Emmanuel professor signs book written on history of the Stone-Campbell movement

October 14, 2003

Edwards campaign comes to Tri-Cities

Local shelter remembers lives lost

Hampton man charged in shooting that left him, his uncle injured

HHS starts behavior program

Tennessee Technology Center attracts record number of displaced workers

October 13, 2003

Flu vaccine a preventive measure for illness

Women fight affects of abuse

Comedy used to bring local attention to breast cancer

Dixie Stampede riders saddle up for fund-raiser

October 12, 2003

TDOC Commissioner tours local prisons

Abuse comes in many forms

Woman arrested after altering prescription

Bricks for Walk of Honor available
for purchase at $50 each at City Hall

Leadership changes at Moody

October 10, 2003

Council gets water line replacement rolling

Shumaker may have violated state laws

Men can end domestic violence

Nation's largest fireworks dealer may set up shop in

NIE program peaks student interest in current news topics

Johnson County pilot flies to Kitty Hawk with official state flag

Siam man arrested after threatening officers with knife

October 9, 2003

Male volunteer firefighters outnumber females 9-to-1

Nation combats domestic violence

Lawyer says gun ownership has important historical role

Inmate turns himself in after walking off work detail Tuesday

Options available for women with breast cancer

October 8, 2003

Domestic violence still a problem

Marina owner ordered to pay $300,000 for damages

Planners green light calming devices

October 7, 2003

Bank plans to revamp Sycamore Street branch

Fifth inmate charged with escape

Improving fire codes one goal of Fire Prevention Month

Investigation continues in Hampton shooting that left two injured

Water over troubled bridge

Three arrested in lawn mower theft

October 6, 2003

Animal shelter expands hours, workforce to accommodate need

Two injured in Hampton shooting

NAMI sponsors week on mental health awareness

When the public talks, commissioners listen

October 5, 2003

Jobs Cabinet meeting long on civility, short on debate

Jobs Cabinet designed to ally state, local governments

GAO investigates sick workers compensation program

NRC clears second license amendment for BLEU

DOE bid to redefine high-level radioactive waste fails

October 3, 2003

Three transported to hospital after Hwy 91 wreck

NC man charged in stabbing of Hampton man

Highway Department smooths problems for citizens

October 2, 2003

NARC smoke stack falls

TVA prepares for market competition

EHDA wins national award for digital camera lab

Woman killed after being struck by car

Memorial service tonight for Mrs. Maudie Carter

October 1, 2003

City hopes NFIP involvement keeps insurance costs down

Human West Nile case in Carter County

County needs more recycled materials to comply with law

Area fourth graders attend ninth annual Conservation Camp at Sycamore Shoals

Victim's daughter files lawsuit against Campbell, wife

Stolen car recovered after being involved in wreck