Monday, July 09, 2012

Three Hundred Remain at South Holston Lake
Sullivan County authorities say that close to 300 members of the Rainbow Family of Light have remained behind at their meeting ground area on the Eastern side of South Holston Lake. The group has estimated it will take two weeks of cleanup to return the area used for their homecoming to an acceptable environmental level. Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department spokesperson Leslie Earhart says the biggest problem of the gathering was traffic in the rugged mountain area. Several drug arrests were reported along with a variety of assaults and other minor crimes but no critical incidents were reported.(CS)

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