Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Sullivan County Hopes To Offer Safety Options By April
Sullivan County is moving forward with a plan to improve school safety. They determined that understanding the role of school resource officers is important and that the focus should be on assessing building security, behavioral threat assessments and influencing school culture. School resource officers in all the schools could cost a million dollars, training and materials could cost nearly 30-thousand and building assessments could cost between 3 and 5-thousand each depending on size. Sullivan County hopes to offer options to the school board in April. (bg)

Friday, March 06, 2015

  • Services Announced for Pamela Roe
  • Former School Secretary Found Guilty of Embezzlement
  • Flood Victim Found Dead
  • Tim Tebow Foundation Opens First "Timmy's Playroom" Area in TN at Niswonger
  • ETSU College of Education Receives $1.2 Million Endowment
  • Rare Portrait of Davy Crockett's Widow to be Auctioned Off in Damascus
  • Car Found but Man Still Missing after Being Swept Away By Flood
  • Last of Meth Distributor Charged in Operation "Salt Vegas" Pleads Guilty
  • Kingsport Police Continue Search for Man Missing for One Year
  • Wellmont Merger Search "Nearing Conclusion"
  • Bill Stripping Localities of Power to Ban Guns in Parks Passes TN Subcommittee
  • VDOT Reporting More Than 70 Routes Flooded, Closed in SW Virginia



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