Monday, October 08, 2012

MSHA CEO Not Happy With Board's Decision
Mountain States Health Alliance President Dennis Vonderfecht is not happy with Unicoi County Memorial Hospital board's decision to delay their decision on his proposal to take over the hospital. He is quoted in a Johnson City Press article as saying that the delay by the board is giving Wellmont Health Systems an unfair advantage. Mountain States has proposed giving the hospital a 1.5 million dollar line of credit that would allow them to continue to operate. Mountain States wants to take over the hospital and eventually build a new one. (jb)

Friday, August 01, 2014

  • More Layoffs Announced at Alpha Natural Resources
  • Pigeon Forge Favorite to Open Location in Myrtle Beach
  • Annual Sales Tax Holiday Underway in TN and VA
  • Man Arrested for Selling Stolen Property
  • Man Makes Meth in Unsuspecting Grandmother's Home
  • Senator Mark Warner Visits Russell County on Sunday
  • Man Admits to Having Sex with 16-Year old Girl
  • Bicyclist Battles For Life After Being Hit by a Car
  • Man Uses Worthless Checks to Buy $20,000 in Gold
  • Police Take Custody of Puppy from Hot Car in Kingsport
  • Sheriff: Insurance Agent Cashed Out Client's Policy
  • Man Arrested for Rape in Elizabethton
  • Kingsport Police Look for Phone Store Thieves
  • Mayor Budget Veto Overridden by Carter County Commission
  • BVU Board Sets Special Meeting on CEO Hiring
  • Accused Bristol Robbers Appear in Court
  • No Criminal Charges Against Bluff City Dentist



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