Shoplifting call turns into multi-agency meth bust

Shoplifting call turns into multi-agency meth bust

A routine shoplifting call turned out to be anything but routine as information from that incident led to a multi-agency investigation, the discovery of a ... Read more

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Santa reads to children during library’s story time

With Christmas only days away, Santa Claus took time out of his busy holiday schedule to stop by the local library Wednesday to visit with ... Read more

  1. New traffic controls installed at Hampton intersection
  2. East Tennessee Youth Ballet & Academy performs holiday classic at Milligan
  3. School system audit once again reports no findings

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Love of literature earns Sparks place as public library’s interim director

A lifelong love of reading led Gary Sparks to find a way to bring his passion into his work. Sparks was named interim director of ... Read more

Housing board approves changes to utility allowance payments

The Elizabethton Housing and Development Board of Directors approved a change to the agency’s administrative plan that will change how utility allowances are paid to ... Read more

EHS students pitch in for school’s Angel Child program

The Christmas season is a time of giving when many different people and organizations come together to help those in need. The Student Government Association ... Read more

TAD STEM class builds sturdy cardboard, tape bridge

What does it take to build a bridge? For a group of T.A. Dugger Junior High School students, some cardboard and tape was all that ... Read more

  1. Woman crashes car into UPS storefront
  2. Students follow the ‘Yellow Brick Road to Better Health’
  3. Elizabethton school board names Gardenhour interim director
  4. Petsense collects supplies for Elizabethton animal shelter
  5. City prepared for future possible snow
  6. Health Department hosts Christmas parties for families
  7. A downtown shopping trip turned into dream come true for new shop owner
  8. Alexander to continue as city’s mayor
  9. Lynn Mountain greeting in lights dates back to 1956
  10. Elizabethton church presents live nativity
  11. Photographer finds letters of alphabet in nature and architecture
  12. Schools seeking approval to apply for Safe Routes to School grant
  13. Still time to find the perfect tree
  14. EHS FBLA students put lessons to use in community
  15. Parade goers enjoy Seuss-themed holiday celebration
  16. Family avoids $2,600 utility error

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