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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Former Fire Chief Elected Chairman Of Election Comm
Johnson City's former fire chief has been elected as chairman of the Carter County Election Commission. Paul Souder was elected unanimously during a reorganizational meeting Monday morning. He replaces Bud Whitehead who will continue to serve as a member of that commission. The board also voted to retain Tracy Harris as the administrator of elections.

Tweetsie Trail Project On Track
It looks like Johnson City's Tweetsie Trail project is one step closer to reality. City Manager Pete Peterson informed commission members during a Monday afternoon agenda review meeting that Genessee & Wyoming have agreed to a contract with the city. The 10 mile stretch of abandoned railway is hoped to become a major hiking and recreational trail between Johnson City and Elizabethton. Johnson City plans on voting to spend the 600 thousand dollars for the land at Thursday's meeting.

Monday, April 18, 2011

ETSU Unveils New Studio
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (AP) - East Tennessee State University's Department of Communication will unveil its renovated television studio today. A news advisory from the school described it as a state-of-the-art, million-dollar project.

J.C. Man Dies When Tree Falls At Campground
A Johnson City man is dead and his wife seriously injured after a tree fell on them at the Little Wilbur Dam Campground on Friday. 66 year old Jack Bennett of Knob Creek Road was pronounced dead at the scene by TVA officials. He was sitting at a picnic table when the large tree fell, pinning him face-down on the table. Bennett's wife was inside the couple's tent when the tree fell.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

J.C. Police Investigate Motel Shooting
Johnson City police are still sorting out the facts of an early Wednesday morning shooting incident at the Motel 6. It happened around 2:30 when two men forced their way into room 137. The suspects forced the room's occupants on the floor with a handgun and took one of the victim's wallets. A motel employee hearing the commotion went to investigate. That's when one of the suspects fired a shot at him. Police did recover a bullet at the scene.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Hands On Looking For New Director
Johnson City's Hands On Museum is looking for a new executive director. Trish Patterson has tendered her resignation effective June 30th. She was appointed executive director in 2006 and is credited with leading the museum through tough economic times. Patterson is an attorney and a teacher. She told the Johnson City Press that she's looking for a position with more flexibility.

Chuckey Man Injured In Motorcycle Crash
A Chuckey man is in critical condition at the Johnson City Medical Center after a motorcycle accident late Monday afternoon. It happened on the Kingsport Highway near the Old Baxter Road intersection. 19 year old Jacob Amato lost control and ran off of the roadway. He was airlifted to the medical center by Wings Air Rescue.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Roadrunner Robbery Arrest
Johnson City police investigators have made an arrest in the robbery of the Roadrunner Market on South Roan Street. That robbery happened on March 29th. 20 year old Joshua Ellis Crabtree has been charged with Aggravated Robbery. He is being held on a 50 thousand dollar bond at the Washington County Detention Center.

Monday, April 11, 2011

TOPS Tornado Confirmed In J.C./Washington County
Tri-City residents are still picking through the pieces of Saturday afternoons storm that slammed through the area. Some Johnson City residents say that they saw a tornado touch down. The National Weather Service has confirmed that in fact one tornado did touch down near Johnson City. It had a width of about 150 yards and winds of 90 miles per hour. In other areas the storm took itís toll. Eastern Green County and the western half of Washington County saw flash flooding, and downed trees.

Man Arrested For Trying To Run Over People With Car
A Johnson City man who allegedly tried to run over several adults and children with his car over the weekend will be arraigned today. 60-year-old Bruce Dean is charged with seven counts of reckless endangerment. The victims told police that Dean was driving on Lamont Street when he swerved to avoid hitting another car and ran into a yard where the seven victims were standing. They were able to get out of the way to avoid injury. Dean is being held on a 70 thousand dollar bond.

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