November 30, 2001

$30,000 reward offered in Hampton stabbing

TennCare seeks back payments

November 29, 2001

Former Hampton resident 'thankful' he found best friend after Korean War

Task force seeks input on Solid Waste Act review

Work crew spruces up Elizabethton park facilities

Army National Guard Unit Mobilized

Park access fee program to expand in December

City Schools receive grant

TVA receives national habitat conservation award

Milligan Singers, handbell choir to perform

November 28, 2001

EES Board approves audit; hopes to avoid rate hike

Controlled burns, bad management threaten Cherokee, group says

Christmas comes early for EHDA employees

November 27, 2001

Frist, Bush react to human cloning

Effort kicks off to provide footwear to Afghanis

November 25-26, 2001

Bemberg owner: 'Corporate vandals trying to do me in'

State-shared revenues major concern for local government

Recession expected to take toll on state budget shortfall

EHDA and ETSU to establish computer lab for residents

Tennessee couple arrested in moonshine bust

Passengers slowly returning to TCRA

Financial aid workshop scheduled at EHS

November 23, 2001

Sept. 11 attacks could color holiday shopping season

Shopping season also prime time for check fraud

Cole promotes extension 357

Paving company takes City to court over Mill Street truck ban

November 21-22, 2001

THP advises: Buckle up, survive the holidays

NY firefighters send thanks via cross-country bike tour

State officials offer tire safety tips for holiday motorists

Technology class on web design places students on leading edge

Two injured when car strikes school bus

HES teacher makes special get well card for EHS student

Local resident needs liver transplant, funds for living expenses

Levi-Strauss Foundation announces grant

Students watch their waistline during Thanksgiving meal

November 20, 2001

Roan Mountain man sought in connection with shooting

Declines expected for holiday travel

Alcoa Inc. announces layoffs

November 18-19, 2001

Massive effort, planning required for Thanksgiving Day feeding project

Cleanup of Bemberg site in negotiation

Rehabilitation Center at Elizabethton thanks those who help their clients help themselves

Health Department annex dedicated to Clark

Fraser fir lighting, raising of huge flag scheduled Tuesday evening

Artist soars proudly with drawing of terrorist attacks

November 16, 2001

Trials set in methadone death case, store robbery

Elizabethton School Board salutes student achievers and teacher at meeting last night

Christmas parade to begin Saturday at 5 p.m.

New math equation and 'Power of One' leads to educational success

Organization to benefit from label collection drive

November 15, 2001

Wildfires prompt calls for assistance at local and state level

Tax notices mailed to city property owners

FEMA grants total more than $2.9 million

November 14, 2001

Courthouse burglar charged with burglarizing safes in Dayton

Roan Mountain fire contained; dry conditions persist

Reapportionment committee adopts new plans

Fines and court costs on the rise

November 13, 2001

Brothers arrested after high-speed pursuits

November 11-12, 2001

Administrative hearing held on property deemed unfit for occupancy

Judge seeks dismissal of suit based on immunity

Suspicious mail guidelines distributed to council members

TCRA: Security legislation inadequate

Tennessee Army National Guard pushing for new members

National Guard Troops Confident In Security Role

November 9, 2001

Council to consider 'speed bump' proposal next month

Outdoor burning permits suspended; crews battle wildfires

Fines and court costs on the rise for violators

Architects to inspect jail

Group proposes legislation on aerial spraying of chemicals

DOD announces new ways to express support for military

November 8, 2001

Water authority receives federal funds

City woman charged after nearly striking family

Veterans War Memorial planned for downtown Elizabethton

Superintendent laments failure of wheel tax

Two Carter inmates indicted on felony escape charges

City Council to consider using 'speed bumps' on neighborhood streets

Failure to show lands Carter jurors in hot water

November 7, 2001

Voters say no to wheel tax

Police seek information on Kingsport explosive devices

Morton loves being a nurse for school students

SIFE team helps to make a difference

Langston Heritage gets slave documents

November 6, 2001

WRWA seeks advice, finances

Area residents share 'love of music' in Johnson City Community Concert Band

Unaka Elementary student charged following threat

New Boys and Girls Club: A 'dream come true'

Wheel tax on ballot today

November 5, 2001

Seeds of Tennessee tax system planted in fertile, farmland soil l

Law enforcement stepped up to combat forest arson

STAR photographer gets first-hand look at brotherhood of firefighters

City leaf collection begins Monday

November 4, 2001

Counties could see property tax increase

Life on the road: Carter gets first female sergeant

EHS teacher to receive Distinguished Teaching Award

Valley Forge Auction sales prosper despite slumping economy

Veterans Day ceremony set

November 2, 2001

School Board to prioritize capital projects

Roan Mountain 'pounded' during otherwise quiet Halloween

Juveniles escape state custody, recaptured

County schools face program cuts

National Guard to augment law enforcement

Frist says education is key to fighting bioterrorism

November 1, 2001

Roan Mountain woman killed when struck by fleeing driver

Benefits available to veterans and families

Alcoa Foundation makes donation to Boys/Girls Club