Monday, July 02, 2012

Sullivan County Gets Cash From State
Sullivan County recently received an infusion of cash from the state. Tennessee collects taxes from businesses and then sends the county their portion. The 847 thousand dollars received will help keep the county in business for at least a month. In the meantime the full commission will vote on a .20 cent property tax increase at their July 16th meeting. If the commission approves the increase they will have to get a tax anticipation loan from the state because property tax payments are not received until late fall. (jb)

Saturday, July 04, 2015

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  • Update: Holiday Weekend May Provide More Opportunities to Help Locate Missing Girl
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