Railroad museum tracks changes to rails in Appalachia

Railroad museum tracks changes to rails in Appalachia

Photo by Abby Morris-Frye This section of the Tweetsie exhibit at the George L. Carter Railroad Museum shows the old railroad bridge crossing the Doe ... Read more

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Famed Tweetsie Railroad preserved in miniature

While the days of the Tweetsie railroad may be long gone, some local enthusiasts are hard at work to preserve the historic rail line in ... Read more

  1. County school system’s plan for telemedicine clinics almost complete
  2. Christmas parade funds assist women’s resource
  3. Elizabethton sees spike in new homeowners for 2014

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Sycamore Shoals plans Old Christmas celebration for 2015

The presents may have been opened and the decorations put away, but the Christmas celebration is not over yet. Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area will ... Read more

Honor Guard gives veterans services that they deserve

The Carter County Honor Guard has been a county fixture for more than 60 years, and thanks to new volunteers, the group’s future appears to ... Read more

Shelter euthanizes fewer adoptable animals in 2014

One year ago, the Elizabethton/Carter County Animal Shelter moved from its old facility to its new home just a few lots down on Sycamore Shoals ... Read more

Santa trades eight reindeer for two pedals and wheels

The people of Carter County may have noticed Santa Claus zooming around town in the past few weeks. There may have been something different about ... Read more

  1. Justice Center gets much-needed improvements
  2. Burglars steal chain saws from pawn shop
  3. Santa joins 200 children and their families in EHDA holiday celebration
  4. Lynn Valley home dazzles with light display
  5. Police seek help identifying theft suspects
  6. City may construct pedestrian bridge from Tweetsie to Sycamore Shoals
  7. A lesson in giving back – Hunter 4th-graders spread holiday cheer at nursing home
  8. Officials work to pay off school system debt early
  9. Children act out at state youth home with news of fired employee
  10. Mr. and Mrs. Claus visit kindergartners
  11. Ward gives community gift with 10,000 light Christmas display
  12. Keenburg 3rd-graders raise $1,047 for boy with spina bifida
  13. BOE: Students are practicing for writing assessments
  14. Happy Valley middle schoolers make, deliver holiday cards to nursing home
  15. Gardenhour hopes for seamless transition in school leadership
  16. Angel Tree helps provide gifts for Carter County children

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