Jurors hear graphic testimony in Ainsworth assault trial

Jurors hear graphic testimony in Ainsworth assault trial

Jurors in the trial of a former Carter County deputy, charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend and her neighbor, heard testimony from both victims as well ... Read more

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Fundraiser planned for Shepherd’s Inn

The Shepherd’s Inn Safe House/Emergency Shelter will host its annual Spring Lunch Inn 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday in the parking lot of Farm Bureau, 301 ... Read more

  1. Milligan College announces partnership with LMU law school
  2. Josh Wandell announces intention to step down as East Side principal
  3. Hunter Elementary to hold Cystic Fibrosis walk-a-thon

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Annual Chamber canceled due to low numbers

The Elizabethton/Carter County Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner has been canceled, and low pre-registration numbers are to blame. The dinner was scheduled for 7 p.m. ... Read more

Roan Mountain Farmers Market opens this month, meeting set for potential vendors

Just over two weeks remain before the new Farmer’s Market opens in Roan Mountain. Opening day is set for May 23 and to help prepare ... Read more

Planning Commission to have workshop on sign ordinance

The Elizabethton Regional Planning Commission will meet to discuss the constitutionality of some portions of the proposed sign ordinance during a workshop session Thursday night. ... Read more

Happy Valley principal honored with surprise dance party

Happy Valley Elementary school is quite a ways from Knoxville, but on Tuesday afternoon the school was transformed into Big Orange Country in honor of ... Read more

  1. Library to be closed for operating system upgrade
  2. Army honors local hero who lost life in shooting
  3. Cates to retire from 30-year career
  4. Unpaid bills, write-offs factors in squad’s financial woes, CCRS Director says
  5. Butler hopes students find energy in her classroom
  6. May 6-12 proclaimed Nurses Week in Elizabethton
  7. Sycamore Springs celebrates grand opening
  8. Comptroller releases details surrounding water co-op case
  9. Carter County Commission sets budget workshops
  10. TLC Community Center seeks donations for summer food program
  11. Sex offender, an ex-teacher, admits breaking probation terms
  12. TAD choral concert honors hometown heroes
  13. Youth Leadership program wraps up year, prepares for graduation
  14. Elaborate scheme draws split sentence for former resident who scammed local women’s center
  15. Clogged ditches, heavy rain equals spring flooding
  16. Man jailed for using obscenity in court

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