Resolution would give code enforcer more power

Resolution would give code enforcer more power

The Carter County Planning Commission approved a resolution that one day could give the Carter County Planning Department more power to enforce building codes. Planning ... Read more

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First audition for Liberty! to be held Sunday

Love to act and have an interest in local history? Then maybe a part in “Liberty! The Saga of Sycamore Shoals” is right for you. ... Read more

  1. Home sales rise as average price drops
  2. Shelter sees dog adoptions quadruple in past four years
  3. Johnson City to host state PTA conference

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‘Flag man’ Blevins turns program over to Kiwanis

It wasn’t a torch that was passed; it was a flag. Longtime “flag man” of Carter County Dean Blevins recently handed over control of the ... Read more

United Way $60,000 short of 2015 goal

With five weeks remaining in the 2015 campaign, the United Way board of directors discussed fundraising plans during their meeting Monday afternoon. The Elizabethton/Carter County ... Read more

UW funding helps Red Cross respond when you need it

When disaster strikes, the American Red Cross is there to help with supplies, food, water and shelter. For the American Red Cross of Northeast Tennessee, ... Read more

Revelers celebrate Robert Burns with Scottish meal, whisky toasts

The sound of bagpipes and the smell of haggis and whisky filled the air as tartan-clad revelers gathered to celebrate the life and works of ... Read more

  1. Community laughs their donkeys off at charity ballgame
  2. Ex-rodeo clown puts food on the table with donkey ball
  3. United Way gets closer to its target
  4. Chamber of Commerce to continue local focus
  5. DBA to continue efforts to increase visitors downtown
  6. Davis: Stoney Creek needs a new school
  7. City schools begin search for director
  8. Soggy weather: System to bring rain and snow this weekend
  9. City School educators to be featured in state training video
  10. Volunteers provide helping hands at hospital
  11. East Side Elementary kicks off Jump Rope for Heart campaign
  12. Sheriff’s office finds more unreported funds
  13. Roe staffers assist constituents
  14. Donkey Ball: 2- and 4-legged players to hit court for TLC
  15. Chamber prepares to launch new website
  16. Commission approves bid process for electronic voting system

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