Thursday, March 21, 2013

Concussion law to Haslam
Governor Bill Haslam will now be considering a proposal to require schools and youth athletic programs to adopt a concussion policy. The bill passed unanimously in the state senate last month and was approved by the house 93-3 on Thursday. The law would require that a child be removed from a sporting event if they show signs of a concussion. It would also require schools to adopt guidelines educating coaches, administrators, and athletes on the symptoms and dangers of concussion. This bill also requires medical clearance before the child can resume the sport or activity (CC)

Friday, October 31, 2014

  • Child Neglect Trial Date Set for January
  • Police Crash Halloween Party in Elizabethton, Find Drugs and Sawed-Off Shotgun
  • Old Bunks from Virginia Intermont Get Use in Southwest Virginia
  • Johnson City Man Charged with Stealing $8,000 of Construction Equipment
  • Man Killed by Train in Johnson City Identified
  • Man Found Shot to Death in Home in Greene County
  • Bridge in Kingsport to Carry The Name of Decorated Vietnam Soldier
  • Boone Lake Reservoir Going Down Five Weeks Early for Sinkhole, Seepage Investigation
  • Johnson City Man Charged in Restaurant Burglary
  • Federal Funding Problems Delay Northeast Tennessee Road Projects
  • Meth-Making Charges Filed Against Damascus Man
  • VDOT Gets More Funding, More Equipment for 2014-15 Snow Removal



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