‘One more chance’ – Scheuttler gets OK to proceed with court action if property owner doesn’t address issues

‘One more chance’ – Scheuttler gets OK to proceed with court action if property owner doesn’t address issues

One more chance. That’s what the owner of a Carter County property is getting after Tuesday’s meeting of the Carter County Planning Commission. Commissioners are ... Read more

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Missing request sets stage for encore

The new Covered Bridge Park stage hosted its first event during Carter County’s Independence Day Celebration. But it turns out the stage itself missed its ... Read more

  1. Judge grants diversion on statutory rape counts
  2. After 1.3 million miles, landfill truck to roll off into the sunset
  3. Police: Stoney Creek man’s words to officer lead to more charges

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Housing board approves participation in ‘Safety Partners’

The Elizabethton Housing and Development Agency’s board voted Tuesday to take part in a grant program that could make being safe a lot less expensive. ... Read more

Elizabethton’s Worley begins role in ETSU emergency management

East Tennessee State University’s first-ever emergency management specialist is a familiar face to Carter Countians. For more than three years, Elizabethton native Andrew Worley served ... Read more

ETSN sets Aug. 16 fundraiser

It should be a howling – or caterwauling – good time Aug. 16 at Elizabethton’s Tractor Supply when East Tennessee Spay and Neuter holds a ... Read more

Messina to perform at Niswonger on Aug. 2

Jo Dee Messina will continue Niswonger Performing Arts Center’s celebration of its 10th year with a concert Saturday, Aug. 2, at 7:30 p.m. Messina entered ... Read more

  1. Three exhibits of regional crafts on display at Reece
  2. Legality of reducing debt service questioned
  3. Commission OKs budget, tax rate
  4. Judge denies diversion in hit-and-run death of man
  5. Historic Zoning panel delays vote on expanding district
  6. Agency introduces its new campaign chair, new website and goal for 2014
  7. With two foreign mission trips under his belt, would Gabriel Treadway go again? ‘If I get the chance’
  8. Farm has long, fateful history
  9. Next week, the Civil War returns to Carter County
  10. A scurvy crew of pirates … actually, Fine Arts Academy students … serves up a lesson in manners
  11. Police: Woman admitted inhaling aerosol fumes before crash
  12. Prepare for the Xtreme – Friends of Roan Mountain to host outdoor nature rally
  13. Cake draws manager’s attention, leads to charge
  14. Visitors report auto break-in at Wilbur Dam recreation site
  15. City set for a flock of T-Birds
  16. Orientation dates set for first-time ETSU freshmen, transfer students

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