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Book explores fire towers in Appalachia, including a few in Carter County

Book explores fire towers in Appalachia, including a few in Carter County

Fire towers were once an integral part of community safety, allowing lookouts to spot forest fires and call in for help to have them extinguished ... Read more

Sonny Smith returns to Cloudland to encourage students to build dreams

Sonny Smith returns to Cloudland to encourage students to build dreams

One of the school’s most illustrious alumni, Charles “Sonny” Smith, told students at Cloudland High School about the importance of having dreams and planning to ... Read more

Legislators must report all sources of income

As a means of maintaining accountability for its elected officials, Tennessee requires its office holders to report all sources of income to the state ethics ... Read more

Legislators get $20K per year, plus benefits

Legislators get $20K per year, plus benefits

Members of Tennessee’s state Legislature are considered part-time lawmakers, but their salaries and benefits rival many full-time jobs across the state. The annual salary of ... Read more

Second public hearing for Stoney Creek highway name change set for April 6

Second public hearing for Stoney Creek highway name change set for April 6

A proposal to rename a local highway will once again go before a public hearing after members of the Carter County Commission expressed concerns no ... Read more

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  1. Roan Mountain Egg Hunt cancelled due to weather
  2. Sabine Hill restoration on schedule despite weather delays
  3. Freeze warning issued for area; crops, fruit trees may be harmed by cold temperatures
  4. EPD makes two arrests after string of car burglaries
  5. Roan Mountain park to hold Easter Egg Hunt
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