Thursday, October 04, 2012

Sullivan County Gets Tax Anticipation Loan
Sullivan County has borrowed two million dollars in order to pay their bills. They closed a tax anticipation loan with Bank of Tennessee on Wednesday. In a story in the Bristol Herald Courier, County Trustee Frances Harrell said that several large bills have come in and payroll must be met on Friday. Even though property tax notices have gone out, most of that money comes in later on in the year. The county must pay back the two million dollars by the end of June.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

  • Senator Alexander Promotes Financial Aid Bill in Blountville
  • Haslam Calls for Spending Cuts for All State Agencies
  • Fatal Shooting Under Investigation in Pound, VA
  • Zoning Dispute Prompts Large Lawsuit Against Sullivan Co.
  • Arraignment Set for Elderly Man Accused in Child Porn Case
  • Wellmont MergerTalks; ETSU & Eastman Weigh In
  • Citizens Petition Court to Stop Nitrogen Pipeline
  • Bulls Gap Teacher Accused of Intoxication at School
  • Sullivan Highway Workers Accept Settlement
  • Woman Charged with Starving 2-month-old Puppy
  • Jonesborough Man Sentenced on Firearm Trafficking Charges
  • Elizabethton Cousins Sentenced on Firearm Charges
  • Bristol, TN Planning to Ban eCigs in City Buildings
  • Kingsport Couple Charged in Armed Robbery



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