Friday, February 22, 2013

Getting Prepared For Weather
We are wrapping up a week of emergency preparedness education throughout our region. Individual emergency management agency directors from many counties have been making group presentations and sounding the alert telling people to be sure to be ready for high winds and foul weather that may be ahead in the spring months and remaining weeks of winter. Carter County EMA Director Andrew Worley says he and all public employees should make a special effort to anticipate and be prepared for the worst. Planning and preparedness can make a tremendous amount of difference between struggling to get through an emergency and surviving the situation well. (CS)

Saturday, September 13, 2014

  • Traffic Stop in Downtown Johnson City Leads to Drug Bust
  • Bluff City Man is Arrested for Sexually Abusing an 11-year-old Boy
  • Johnson City Man Sentenced to 17 years in Prison in Child Porn case
  • Ralph Peer Jr., Son of Bristol Sessions Record Producer, Tours Bristol's Birthplace of Country Music Museum
  • Elizabethton Police Search Home, Finds Drugs and Arrests Two Men
  • Remote Area Medical Clinic in Lee Co. This Weekend
  • Sullivan County Commissioners Expected to Vote on Settlement
  • Students Collect Children's Coats for Annual Event



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