December 31, 2004

Taylor fills in as interim CE

Patrols increased for holiday

Pizza Inn trio have more than 75 years combined experience

December 30, 2004

Warm temperatures could take frigid bite out of Frostbite Race

Sheriff hospitalized but upbeat

Relief organizations provide aid to tsunami victims

December 29, 2004

Ex-Rite Screen employees file lawsuit over firing

Hunter dies of apparent heart attack

Eleven people nominated for Chamber Citizen of the Year

December 28, 2004

Man spends first Christmas with family in 35 years

December 27, 2004

Carter at Main Restaurant offers ambience

December 26, 2004

McKinney receives Purple Heart

Deciding the best use for the abandoned ETry tracks

December 23, 2004

Awarding servitude Girl Scout Christmas ornaments will become blankets for needy

Missing teens found

Giving soldiers 'Gifts from the Homefront'

EHS band tradition dates back almost 70 years

Cook: Teamwork important

Evans: Playing is 'intense'

Santa anticipated soon at High Road Custom Cycle

Lubes Now offers much more than oil changes

December 22, 2004

This Old House - Again

Icy weather puts a freeze on water pipes

Lowe's Co. posts gain on stock

December 21, 2004

Forecast: COLD!

Lawmakers reject income tax

Police looking for missing teenagers 

Urban and rural children in poverty face common problems

Intoxicated woman charged with endangering children

December 20, 2004

Christmas countdown  Only five more shopping days 'til Christmas

Massage therapist Shell offers Fijian massage

Klutterd Kloset open in time for Christmas shopping

December 19, 2004

Snow expected to arrive in area today

National Guard disputes troop casualty report

Little Milligan, Hampton children receive early Christmas gifts

City golf course looking for new players

Knights of Columbus presents teddy bears to local law officers

Conway Hyder calls it quits after a lifetime in business

Children make ornaments to raise money for cancer research

Local American Cancer Society   employee receives top award

December 17, 2004

Tempers flare at ECS board meeting

ECS director talks about moving costs

Unaka schools to benefit from $210,500 project

Task Force to look at new site for jail

Whaley Transport brings new taxi service to tow

'Deck the mules...' 

Two area women injured in accident

December 16, 2004

Police searching for armed robber

Take precautions against cold weather

Red Cross open house brings good cheer

Dependability a major factor in the purchase of a used car

Santa 'sneaky' at Horseless Carriage

December 15, 2004

Railroad accepts buy offer

Jail troubles increase

Historic trail receives support from boards

Wal-Mart employee celebrates 30-year anniversary

Legislative breakfast held with Sierra Club

December 14, 2004

Elliott: Buyer interested in Schaffer Building

Son sues woman who allegedly killed his mother

City golf course chipping out of the rough

MC will host Financial Aid Day at Mall

December 13, 2004

Tree decorations honor homicide victim

Milligan concert brings toys to kids

Elizabethton City Schools choral groups together for first time in 18 years

Santa leaves fruit baskets, treat bags at The Produce Patch

Ho! Ho! Ho! Michelle's Sweet Expressions offers tasty treats for Christmas

Christmas Garrison at the fort

December 12, 2004

Sixth night of Hanukkah celebrated tonight

Winter getting an early star

New credit check system will determine EES deposit fee

History of downtown Christmas lights stretches back to 1934

December 10, 2004

Charity begins at home

Two injured in fiery wreck

State cracking down on TennCare enrollee fraud

Couple sues vet over cat's death

December 9, 2004

City, county seeking to buy ETRY rail line

Two arrested in purse snatching ring

MC Christmas concert to benefit local toy drive in dire need

Pro Sound Car Audio: 'We've got the toys to make the noise'

The Accord is dealership's 'bread-and-butter' car

Lovelace: Employee dedication important aspect of business' success

Frontier Health receives JCAHO accreditation

December 8, 2004

Doctor loses license

Planners rezone West Elk

Teen charged with drug possession at school

Donna Netherland, soon-to-be centenarian, to speak at graduation

ETSU student stabbed to death in Knoxville

Central eighth-grader wins

December 7, 2004

In the Zone West Elk land slated for rezoning; historical commission on table

Man charged with third arson

Murder trial postponed again

Kenneson to present commencement address at Milligan

Visions of Christmas: 1862 at Tipton-Haynes Historic Site

Carter Mansion Christmas Dec. 10

JC Ballet will present 'The Nutcracker'

ETSU Chorale presents Christmas concert

JC Community Band plans two concert

Bells too often silent, and kettles go empty

HRC to focus on 'Bipolar Disorder'

December 6, 2004

Pearl Harbor vet shares memories of attack

Ribbon cutting heralds opening of new ICU at JCMC

Cindy's Crafts specializes in beads

December 5, 2004

Tree decorated to honor homicide victims

Murder trial slated to start Tuesday

CNA program an affordable option

Bridge revision expected to begin in spring 2005

TTC online dietary manager training program draws studentsfrom all over U.S.

Child support payments will change under new guidelines