October 31, 2004

Alexander looks to enliven council

Nancy Alsup aspiring for more city success

Gobble wants better economic  recruiting practices

LaPorte says quality of life will boost economic success

Sammons says city poised for new look economy

Whitehead believes city should seek small business development

Finance Director discusses insurance change

Early, absentee voters exceed 9,000

Headquarters volunteers are 'born and bred' Republicans

October 29, 2004

Jury still out on homicide trial

Editorials should influence

County employees may seek legal action for bonus

EES to buy trucks

October 28, 2004

Trial begins for woman charged in mother's death

Little spent in election

Ellis honored with reception

ECS gets glowing annual audit

HVH band motivates director Ruffin

Ruffin in 14th year as band director

Proffitt marches to own drumbeat

October 27, 2004

Woman rescued from river

Johnson County teacher surprised with $25,000 award

City curb cuts under review

Man, woman charged after attempting phony refund at Wal-Mart

Backyard haunted house donations go to child with leukemia

Some say ghost of Dragging Canoe regularly visits The Carter Mansion

October 26, 2004

Highway Department discusses school safety

City prepares for demolition

Car Club will have final cruise-in of the season Saturday night

Walk of Honor construction begins Nov. 11

October 25, 2004

Sixth-grader raises money to help friend in need

October 24, 2004

Booze News
Most council candidates noncommittal on LBTD

Giving, earning respect is key to being a jailer

Insurance change angers some

October 22, 2004

East Side students: Bush wins mock election

County BOE seeks solution for traffic congestion

Publisher clarifies stance on liquor-by-the-drink

Hospital project starts in earnest

Roper: I have no intention of hiring family members

JCPD nets major cocaine bust

October 21, 2004

Line for flu shot clinic forms before 3 a.m.

Tourism campaign putting region on map

Local United Way struggles as community needs increase

City BOE may re-review nepotism policy

Two $1 million gifts and chair named for Children's Hospital committee

October 20, 2004

Soldiers say farewell to family and friends

EDC Director talks jobs with Kiwanis

Downtown merchants optimistic about holiday shopping season

Groups oppose NFS

East Side space a concern

Annual Fall Festival downtown Saturday

October 19, 2004

Commission agrees to fund match for assistance

Early voting numbers running high

Inmate charged after stealing bib clip from dentist

Speedway in Lights back for eighth season

October 18, 2004

Local Marine shares experiences in Iraq

October 17, 2004

The Boss bows out of Fuddtown buy

Snap-on celebrates 30 years in Elizabethton

Warming up for winter

HVE, community raising funds for child with leukemia

Local health department schedules flu clinics for high-risk candidates

Two inmates charged with assault

Snap-on passes 30 years with expansion of employees and building

Richardson ready for second term success on BOE

Cooter wants emphasis on students, not politics

Booher determined to renew system's commitment for students

Bellamy believes board needs focus back on education

Baker wants to represent diversity as city BOE member

Sams hopes board has progressive future

Hunt dissatisfied with BOE methods

October 15, 2004

Modular jail units behind schedule

Police identify crash victims

Home energy costs mirror oil prices

Man charged after reportedly breaking into car at Sheriff's Dept.

Couple arrested after wife shoplifts 26 boxes of Sudafed

Council sells TWRA land for trout hatchery plan

'Dr. Giggles' and the 'Dread River Pirates' visit the Haunted Fort

October 14, 2004

One killed in West Elk crash

Powers named new chief at Roan Highlands Center

Old Willow Springs House -- once social hub of Hampton -- now a Halloween haunted house

October 13, 2004

Propane tank explosion singes bank's roof

Man charged with assault after being asked to remove obscene signs from yard

TV show features Sheriff

Groundbreaking planned for Walkway of Honor

Beth Estep is new health educator at Carter County Health Dept.

October 12, 2004

Need a car? City auction has a lot

Permits soon required for burning brush

Man, daughter rescued safely after Sunday hike on Roan Mountain

Fuel costs eating into city wallet

ETSU paleontologist publishes article in 'Nature' on discoveries

Flu vaccines at First Assist Clinics going to family doctors

October 11, 2004

Sacrifice: Chief Shouse talks about firefighting

Flu vaccines at clinics going to family doctors

October 10, 2004

Main: Welcome Home Marines

Early voting period maintains popularity

Lack of bonus leaves county employees' wallets light

October 8, 2004

Local health department receives top honor in region

Flu shot shortage trickles down to health departments

TDH commissioner touts state health initiative

Frist lauds drug card

State declared disaster

October 7, 2004

Fire Prevention Week provides education to area children

Water service to be restored

Where's Flu-zy?

New Clothes For Kids Inc. comes to Elizabethton

Cruise-In for charity group set for Oct. 16

New high-rise condos coming to Tri-Cities

October 6, 2004

One critically injured in hit-and-run accident

Jail buildings expected next month

Early voting starts next week

911 board approves budget

Police seeking suspects in string of burglaries

October 5, 2004

No fare City's last cab company ends service

Development to bring 75-100 homes

Shelter in need of help

Man charged with assaulting officer

October 4, 2004

Body of drowning victim recovered

Fresh Start provides new beginning for area children

Eggers hopeful about ministry

Guest house planned

October 3, 2004

Litigation, land issues delay road projects

Mills honored as UT football alum

UT alum featured in legends video

Merck announced worldwide withdrawal of VIOXX

Local Marines return from Iraq

Three arrested in courtroom drug exchange

Recovery efforts ceased until morning for drowning victim

Know what to do for your cold or flu this season

October 1, 2004

Several injured in car accidents across county

Keenburg elementary gathers donations for hurricane victims

Milligan professor has art exhibit at ETSU

Domestic violence is still a problem

CHIP receives donation from BlueCross

Hazardous waste collection on Saturday