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City candidates participate in forum

City candidates participate in forum

Candidates for Elizabethton City Council and Elizabethton Board of Education stepped up to the microphone Thursday night to introduce themselves to voters during a candidate ... Read more

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CCSD says woman robbed at gunpoint

Authorities say a Stoney Creek woman answered a knock at her door Thursday only to be faced with a masked man holding a gun. But ... Read more

  1. Early voting ‘going kind of slow’
  2. “Uncle Joe” scares up contest win
  3. Watauga man dies after being found with gunshot wound

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Howl-o-ween to be Saturday

East Tennessee Spay and Neuter will be hosting the annual Howl-o-ween this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tractor Supply in Elizabethton. Howl-o-ween ... Read more

Woman injured after car flips in Wednesday morning crash

A Wednesday morning traffic accident injured two and backed up traffic for miles when two cars collided at the intersection of Milligan Highway and Highway ... Read more

Woman charged with DUI after attempting to pick kids up from school

A city woman faces a driving under the influence charge after police said she arrived to pick up her children from school while intoxicated. Elizabethton ... Read more

Pilot’s story takes listeners to Vietnamese jungle

Flights over hostile jungle territory and covert military operations aren’t your typical lunchtime conversation, but during a joint luncheon meeting of the local Rotary and ... Read more

  1. 911 finds its new home has watery woes
  2. Family donates photo of Tiger Whitehead to Archives of Appalachia
  3. Woman’s Club craft sale to be Nov. 7-8
  4. Candidate forum to be Thursday night
  5. Carter joins nearby counties in bid to create wine-producing area
  6. Historic Zoning Commission delays decision on chimney removal
  7. State OKs county budget, cites deficiencies
  8. Commission OKs 4-year forensic services contract with ETSU
  9. Getting to the heart of student stress
  10. No do-over of the do-over: Committee appointments take center stage again
  11. Authorities probe two car break-ins at Laurel Fork Trailhead
  12. Alexander plans January retirement
  13. Employee accused of taking money from cash register
  14. Annual hike offers a first-hand – and chilly – look at history
  15. ‘Fish Springs’ writers to offer novel advice
  16. Garage staff makes ure the wheels keep going ’round and ’round

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