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, April 21, 2015

  • 18-Year-Old Bristol TN Man Killed After Being Hit by Truck on Island Road
  • Former Kingsport Alderman Bound Over on Attempted Rape
  • Bristol VA Detective Selected as Saltville's New Police Chief
  • Days After Being Honored at Bristol Motor Speedway, NASCAR on Fox Broadcaster Steve Byrnes Dies at Age 56
  • Man Sentenced in Johnson City Oxycodone-Selling Conspiracy
  • Additional 2 Percent Transiant Tax for Johnson City Approved in Nashville
  • Bristol's Joshua Nunn Sentenced to 10 Years for Child Porn, Given Credit for Four Years Time Served
  • Strongwell Announces Partnership to Expand Manufacturing
  • Sullivan County Authorities Investigate Mail Thefts
  • DNA Analysis Used by Kingsport Police to Track Down Pharmacy Burglary Suspect
  • New Murder Charge Cause to Push Back Kingsport Man's Already Scheduled Murder Trial
  • Sullivan Commissioners Approve Sheriff''s Vehicle Lease-Purchase Agreement
  • Chilhowie Man Sent to Prison for Distributing Meth
  • Man Pleads Guilty in Large Abingdon Area Meth Ring
  • Johnson City Man Charged in Jury Tampering Due in Court Later in the Week
  • Alpha Stock at Deficiency Level
  • Tennessee Lawmakers to Consider New Drivers License Renewal Change
  • Eight Injured in Three-Car Crash in Russell County, VA
  • Jury Convicts Wise County Man For Trying to Build Explosives to Use to Find Silver Mine



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