Monday, August 06, 2012

No Reason Given For Police Chief's Firing
There's still no word as to why the Coeburn town council decided to fire their longtime chief of police. Chief Willie Stout had worked at the department since February 1993, and had been it's top cop since 2006. Two other police officers resigned Thursday morning. Town officials are remaining tight lipped except to say that an internal matter had led to Stout's being placed on administrative leave. Sergeant Cossie Hale has been named acting chief. (jb)

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

  • Erwin Man Booked on Attempted Second-Degree Murder Charges
  • Bristol, Virginia Sets Ceremony for Glass Recycler
  • Sullivan Schools Chief Says Community Remains but New Schools Make Financial Sense
  • Lawmakers say Coal Downturn to Blame for Norfolk Southern Pulling Out of Roanoke
  • UPDATE: Clintwood Man Killed in Monday Crash in Dickenson County
  • Former Nurse Indicted for Stealing Meds from Indian Path
  • School Consolidation Likely in Sullivan County
  • Five of the "Sullivan Six" Return to Work at the Highway Dept.
  • County Mayor Says Agreement Prohibit Naming Company That Gets $1 Million
  • State Police Report Fatal Car Crash in Dickenson County Near Ervinton
  • Police Report Tazewell County, VA School Bus Driver Arrested for DUI
  • Attempted Murder Trial in Russell County Moved to April
  • Juvenile Arrested in Rash of Tire Slashings in Gray Community
  • Chafin is Co-Patron of Bills to Help People Get Jobs and Freeze College Costs
  • Andis Enters Race for Washington County, Virginia Sheriff



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