Monday, August 06, 2012

Nuclear Fuel Services in Erwin Renewed for Another 25 Years
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has renewed the license for Nuclear Fuel Services in Erwin for another 25 years. They make nuclear reactor fuel for the U.S. government. Nuclear regulatory officials say their equipment, facilities and procedures are good enough to protect health and minimize danger to life and property. Safety at the plant became a concern after an inspection resulted in a voluntarily shut down of all production line in late December of 2009. All lines have since been re-started but critic’s question the regulatory authority’s desire to protect the public's health and welfare and accuses the company of polluting the environment with Plutonium. The commission defends the company stating that the plant has been in operation for more than 50 years and continues to improve safety. (bg)

Thursday, October 08, 2015

  • Abingdon Mayor Says Retail Development, Creeper Trail Can Co-Exist
  • Former BVU CEO Wes Rosenbalm Ordered to Report to Prison for Corruption and Tax Evasion
  • Hawkins Co Member of TN House of Representatives Leaving Post
  • Police Report Greene County Woman Tried to Smuggle Narcotics Into Jail
  • State Dismisses Murder Charges Against Elizabethton Mother
  • Sentencing Set Thursday for Former BVU CEO Wes Rosenbalm
  • One Person Killed in North Roan Street Traffic Incident in Johnson City
  • Jury Finds Kingsport Man Guilty of Attempted Manslaughter, Aggravated Assault
  • Two Slightly Injured After Car Crashes Through Restaurant Wall in Kingsport
  • Meth Trafficker Receives 8 Year Federal Prison Sentence
  • Hupp Awaits Arraignment November 30th
  • Two Suspects Involved in Oxycodone Ring Based at Johnson City Weight Loss Clinic Take Plea Deals
  • Monday's Robbery of Walgreen's Not Connected to Two Other Robberies Last Month at Drug Store Chain
  • Alpha Issues Warnings of Upcoming Layoffs in West Virginia
  • Two Injured When Car Rolls in Parking Lot in Kingsport
  • Removal of Idled Equipment Sparks Fire at Eastman
  • Attempted Murder Trial Continues in Blountville
  • Sighting Report Widens Search for Missing Man With Alzheimer's
  • Phone Scammers Target Johnson City Power Customers

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