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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Mountain City Quake
A minor earthquake struck the northeast edge of Johnson County Monday afternoon. It happened around 12:30 in the Forge Creek area which is about five miles northeast of Mountain City. According to the U.S.G.S. the epicenter was about 6 miles deep, and centered along the Tennessee/North Carolina border. No damage or injuries have been reported.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Temporary Water Outage In J.C.
Johnson City residents living in the area of Knob Creek between West Market and Peachtree Streets will experience a temporary water outage today and tomorrow. The outage is planned between 9 and 11 and 1 and 3 each day. Waterline work is being performed in that area. The city wants residents to turn of water heaters during the outage to protect them from damage.

Woman Charged With Aggravated Assault
Johnson City police have charged a woman with aggravated assault after she allegedly threatened her roommate with a knife. 23 year old Shantaye Nicole Thomas is being held in the Washington County Detention Center on a 10 thousand dollar bond and will be arraigned this afternoon in Sessions Court.

Mendota Man Charged In J.C. Wreck
A Mendota, Virginia man is behind bars after he crashed his vehicle in Johnson City. The accident happened on Interstate 26 near mile marker 18. 20 year old Derek Joseph Wright's vehicle was traveling westbound at a high rate of speed when it hit the cable barriers in the median and came to a rest on it's top. Wright was arrested on three counts of felony reckless endangerment. He is being held on a 30 thousand dollar bond.

Robbery Suspect To Be Arraigned Today
A Johnson City robbery suspect will be in court this afternoon. 19 year old Jonathan Davis is alleged to have held up the Bay's Mart on West Market Street on August 15th. The clerk told detectives that a white male entered the store just before closing and demanded money and then fled on foot. Davis' bond is set at 51 thousand dollars.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Woman Charged With Using Stun Gun In Robbery
Johnson City Police have charged a woman with three counts of Aggravated Robbery. 23 year old Starla Hoss is alleged to have been one of three people involved in several robberies at local businesses in which a stun gun was used. She was arraigned on those charges in General Sessions court Thursday morning. Hoss is being held on a 150 thousand dollar bond.

Railroad Depot Grant
The Johnson City Railroad Department is going to be getting just over 200 thousand dollars in Transportation Enhancement Grant money. They will use those funds to renovate the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Depot building for use as a railroad museum. The depot is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Piney Flats Man Charged With Forgery
A Piney Flats man has been arrested by Johnson City Police and charged with Obtaining Drugs Falsely and Forgery. 26 year old Richard Howell is alleged to have given a forged prescription for 60 Xanax pills to the C-V-S on North Roan Street. Howell is being held on a 20 thousand dollar bond and will be arraigned on September 2nd.

AT&T Hiring For Call Center
AT&T has announced that they will be adding 100 workers at their Johnson City Call Center. Regional Director Alan Hill tells us that the company has started interviewing potential candidates. They hope to have most of the new hires trained and on the job by the end of the year. The call center already employs 550 people.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Campbell Receives Major Endorsement
House republican primary winner Scotty Campbell has received the endorsement of the Tennessee Professional Fire Fighters Association. Campbell is a former Volunteer Firefighter and EMS volunteer in Mountain City. The Johnson County native handily beat out a field of six other candidates to gain the nomination. He faces Joe Mike Akard in the November election.

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