November 29, 2002

Churches not exempt from health regulations

November 28, 2002

Telecommunications ventures remain on hold for Elizabethton Electric

Man treated for self-inflicted gunshot wound

November 27, 2002

Crack dealers found guilty

Appeals court denies petition of convicted child rapist

State commander suspends local VFW operations

Cendant to close, 220 jobs lost

Litter, litigation hound county planners

TVA partners with Unaka Elementary School

November 26, 2002

Trial begins for two men charged in narcotics case

UHS student burned in fire mishap

Tractor trailer blocks county access road for two days

November 25, 2002

Downtown hosts holiday lighting for fifth straight year

November 24, 2002

Parade draws hundreds to downtown

Ebbing industrial base sees ETRY diminishing traffic

EHS alumnus miraculously survives brutal attack

Taylor House to keep historical integrity, say new owners

AA & WC to begin operating under its own charter in January

November 22, 2002

City successfully bids to buy hospital property

City school board approves annual audit

County school board member receives state recognition

TVA awards $1.5 billion contract

November 21, 2002

County students progressing in value-added grades

Local businesses experiencing vending machine vandalism, theft

Milligan College officially announces new MBA program

Public auction of hospital property to be held today

November 20, 2002

Historical Association searches for funds to purchase Taylor House

LEPC updated on first response, small pox vaccine

LaPorte, Shipley retain leadership positions on city council

November 19, 2002

Water authority outlines plan for regional water source

Local man in small pox vaccination study

Council members to be sworn in, mayor selected

Good Samaritan Ministries Director Wells: Donations drop due to economic slowdown

November 17 - 18, 2002

State literacy programs still in their infancy

Red Cross looks to revive presence in community

Meth dealer enters guilty plea in murder trial

Annexation's effect on schools a balancing act

Dogs, man's best friend even in war

Historic Elizabethton property up for auction

Carter County woman needs lung transplant

Warrant issued on escaped Nashville-area inmate

November 15, 2002

Opinions mixed about speed bumps on Mill Street

Council approves city's right to bid on old hospital

Study shows many of state's doctors drink while on call

Two arrested in connection with stolen truck

November 14, 2002

New delivery route temporary solution to water problems

Trial set for 4 accused in murder of local man

Armstrong, Berry sworn in to city school board

TDOC picks up 'Gold Eagle' award for corrections work

November 13, 2002

City Council to consider funding for Lynn Avenue

Election certification confirms winners

Planning Commission votes to ignore continuing education legislation

Regional health office prepares for mass smallpox vaccination

Donation benefits special education students

Program launched to improve state's nursing homes

Inmate files $2 million suit against hospital, doctor

Carter County work camp escapee found in Virginia

Tornado advice provided

November 12, 2002

Hundreds witness dedication of war memorial

November 11, 2002

Veterans Day observed with renewed passion

Stories lifted from names on WWII monument

"Those Who Gave All" for their country

Citizens Bank continues to salute new 'Military Mail'

November 10, 2002

Dedication ceremony to be held for local Veteran's War Memorial

Tractor trailer wreck causes traffic slowdown

Wamp says GOP majority comes with responsibility

November 8, 2002

United Way grants trial funding for local Red Cross

Cox congratulates Morris after reviewing election results

State lays plan for smallpox immunization

Ex-POW exults in Veterans Day ceremony

City personnel work into evening to repair ruptured water line

November 7, 2002

Morris overtakes Cox by 3 votes in city council race

Man charged with child abuse in case involving two-year-old

Court affirms denial of inmate's petition

November 6, 2002

Cochran beats Cole ... again

Crowe to serve fourth term

Shipley, McKinney, Bowers win council race

Ban on lottery lifted; municipal fines cap remains

Berry, Armstrong win school board seats

Rep. Jenkins wins easily

Accident critiqued by responders

Roever receives hero's welcome in Johnson City

November 5, 2002

President Bush shares grief with Davis family

Lottery issue: voting from the gut

Day of decision arrives for local candidates

Officials work to make election day smooth

Burrow indicted for highway worker's death

November 4, 2002

Alternative medicine: grasping the art of healing

November 3, 2002

Bush rallies Republicans in Tri-Cities

President touches hearts, encourages voter participation

Craft display showcases local artists, offers unique shopping

New polling place for Midway voters

Local children's needs at forefront of Adoption Awareness

City announces leaf collection schedule

November 1, 2002

Democrats could play large role in election

Amendment's passage could raise fines for code violations

Bush brings his campaign to Blountville