Red tape off menu for 7th, 8th grades

Red tape off menu for 7th, 8th grades

Sometimes, you can’t cut red tape. That’s when it’s time to bring out the duct tape, so to speak. When federal regulations denied 7th and ... Read more

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Three incumbents not seeking reelection in November

With a trio of incumbents not filing candidacy papers, Elizabethton’s City Council and Board of Education will be guaranteed new members after the municipal election ... Read more

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  2. Hunter, Valley Forge earn state honors
  3. Firefighters battle blaze at Stoney Creek residence

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Man sees charges mount after car is inventoried

A Hampton man faces multiple charges following a motor vehicle accident after police said they found drugs, guns and untaxed liquor in the man’s car ... Read more

Northeast State sets 4-day work safety course

Safety on the job will be the focus of a course offered next week at Northeast State. The Workforce Solutions department at Northeast State Community ... Read more

2 county schools recognized by state for improvement

Two Carter County Schools have been named as “Reward Schools” by the Tennessee Department Education for showing marked improvement in their student achievement test scores. ... Read more

Book-signings set for “The Clinchfield No. 1″

Area railroad and history enthusiasts will have several opportunities on Friday and Saturday to attend a book signing event for “The Clinchfield No. 1: Tennessee’s ... Read more

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  2. TLC adds new program filling buckets with basic necessities for children
  3. A Hampton haunting
  4. SEALS bring Navy to EHS
  5. It’s time for trees, butterflies and more
  6. Taste of success: Meal numbers up, but some still left out
  7. National listing another tool for park to bring Miller Farmstead’s past to life
  8. Why get doused? ‘Josh Wandell is family’
  9. County family faces fire, then theft
  10. No agenda no issue, says TPA attorney
  11. Sycamore Shoals accepts icy challenge to battle ALS
  12. School board approves policy changes
  13. City’s “bucket” challenge a soggy success
  14. Neighboring homes burn hours apart
  15. Meeting’s legality questioned
  16. As election commissioners sign off on August election grocery wine referendum earns spot on November ballot

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