Monday, April 08, 2013

Sullivan Lawsuit Meeting
A 7 o'clock meeting in Blountville could see closure in that 2 million dollar suit by Sullivan County Sheriff Wayne Anderson against the Mayor Steve Godsey and the County commission. The full Sullivan County Commission will hear report from their attorney, James Logan on a rumored $1.2 million budget increase settlement being offered. Sheriff Anderson has contended that money that has been appropriated in the budget for the coming fiscal year is not enough to adequately operate his Department and provide public safety needs of the citizens of Sullivan County. Most County Commissions in the Northeast part Tennessee in recent history have at one time or another, been sued by their County Sheriff to adequately be funded. Once those suits go to trial County Commissions have lost and had to pay attorneys fees.(CS)

Thursday, October 08, 2015

  • Hawkins Co Member of TN House of Representatives Leaving Post
  • Police Report Greene County Woman Tried to Smuggle Narcotics Into Jail
  • State Dismisses Murder Charges Against Elizabethton Mother
  • Sentencing Set Thursday for Former BVU CEO Wes Rosenbalm
  • One Person Killed in North Roan Street Traffic Incident in Johnson City
  • Jury Finds Kingsport Man Guilty of Attempted Manslaughter, Aggravated Assault
  • Two Slightly Injured After Car Crashes Through Restaurant Wall in Kingsport
  • Meth Trafficker Receives 8 Year Federal Prison Sentence
  • Hupp Awaits Arraignment November 30th
  • Two Suspects Involved in Oxycodone Ring Based at Johnson City Weight Loss Clinic Take Plea Deals
  • Monday's Robbery of Walgreen's Not Connected to Two Other Robberies Last Month at Drug Store Chain
  • Alpha Issues Warnings of Upcoming Layoffs in West Virginia
  • Two Injured When Car Rolls in Parking Lot in Kingsport
  • Removal of Idled Equipment Sparks Fire at Eastman
  • Attempted Murder Trial Continues in Blountville
  • Sighting Report Widens Search for Missing Man With Alzheimer's
  • Phone Scammers Target Johnson City Power Customers

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