Friday, July 20, 2012

Tennessee State Park system lifts ban on campfires
Due to the recent rains in the volunteer state, the Tennessee State Park system has lifted a temporary ban on backcountry campfires. The ban was put in place June 29th because of a prolonged period of limited rain in the state. Burn bans serve as an additional measure to ensure the safety of campers and to protect the forested areas of the park. Itís reported that most everyone cooperated with the temporary ban on back country campfires and hope they will continue to pay close attention to future dry weather conditions. The Tri-Cities Regional Airport has recorded just over 7 -inches of rain in July which is over 4 -inches above normal. (bg)

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

  • Washington County, Tenn., Jury Hears Testimony in case of Vehicular Homicide by Intoxication
  • Marion Man Arrested for Rape
  • Maintenance Work to Disrupt Water Service in Jonesborough
  • 74-year-old Arrested on Kingsport's Dale Street for Crack Cocaine
  • ETSU Hires Emergency Management Specialist
  • Man Accused of Stealing Gun, Credit Cards Arrested in Johnson City
  • Kingsport Mother Arrested for Neglect, Drugs
  • Matthew Hill Says Why He Changed Position on Wine in Grocery Bill
  • Survey says JCMC Is 8th Best Health Facility in Tennessee
  • Man Arraigned After Weekend Attack in Johnson City
  • Three Charged in a 2013 Murder Have a Plea Deadline
  • Bristol, TN Extends Director of School's Contract
  • Wise Co., VA Mine Closes and Hundreds Lose Jobs
  • Work by Bristol Photographer Displayed in Smithsonian
  • New Car Tag Decals Save Paper, Lower Theft in Sullivan County
  • Vapor Business Burglarized in Bristol
  • Carter County Commissioners Vote for Tax Increase
  • Inmate Medical Bills Stress Sullivan County Sheriff's Budget
  • Ballard Bound Over to Grand Jury
  • No Tax Increase in Sullivan Co. Passes First Hurdle



  •  
     
    SuperTalk 92.9 WFHG is a Bristol Broadcasting Company Station
    © Bristol Broadcasting Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.