Highway committee talks safety, road names

Highway committee talks safety, road names

Members of the Highway Committee took time Monday night to hear safety concerns from residents and honor a local man’s service to Carter County. The ... Read more

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Fundraiser offers chance to “Dine United”

The Elizabethton/Carter County United Way is partnering with several local restaurants this week to give individuals the chance to “Dine United.” Through the fundraiser, restaurants ... Read more

  1. Stoney Creek man pleads guilty to vandalism, violating ex-girlfriend’s order of protection
  2. NC man faces assault, drug charges
  3. Roe cancels Tele-Town Hall event

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Break-in reported at Milligan College Field House

Police are investigating a break-in at the Milligan College Field House that occurred over the weekend. On Sunday, police responded to the college on a ... Read more

Personal Support Services helps provide personal

As people age, many of them hope to stay in their own homes for as long as possible. For people in Northeast Tennessee, Personal Support ... Read more

Construction bids go out this month on EHS renovations

Planning for the new music room and classroom renovations at Elizabethton High School are progressing with a groundbreaking expected to be scheduled within the next ... Read more

Nutrition, consumer education classes back at Extension Office

The Tennessee Nutrition and Consumer Education Program once again will be a part of the education opportunities offered by the Carter County UT Extension office. ... Read more

  1. What’s it like to be a Buff?
  2. Elizabethton named state’s safest city
  3. TVA chooses concession vendor to manage its campgrounds
  4. Roe to hold ‘Tele-Town Hall’ with constituents
  5. Calls for tow trucks more than double when roads are slick
  6. February’s winter storms a ‘killer’ for commerce
  7. 3 college students help woman clear snow at her elderly father’s home
  8. Postal Service asks customers to clear snow around mailboxes
  9. Boone to remain low as TVA works to fix sediment seepage
  10. 3,000 hours in 11 days – Highway Department tired of cold-hearted weather
  11. Winter weather delays schools’ plan to bring in money with ads on buses
  12. Doe River Gorge Ministries to host Wycliffe mission event
  13. Carter County students to go to school Tuesday
  14. City schools still have snow days left to use
  15. 911 considers emergency notification system
  16. Police charge man with 5th DUI

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