Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Lower Interest Rates In Hawkins County Mean Big Savings
Hawkins County hopes to save a lot of money over the next two decades as new lower interest rates were arranged for the 16-million dollar construction bond issuance of 2008. The funds were to pay for high school upgrades, the Clinch School and the Church Hill Intermediate School. Hawkins County had been paying about 4.5 percent interest on the original note but a new loan offers only 4 percent interest and that lower rate will result in hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest savings. Of course the commission voted unanimously in favor of the new U.S. Bank contract. Other unanimous voting included a $2.65 bond issuance for the county highway department, a resolution requiring all county officials, county employees and county commissioners to carry a photo I.D. card, a resolution requesting the state return all eligible unclaimed funds from county offices back to Hawkins County and the acceptance of a bid from Tele-Optics Inc. of Kingsport for two projectors and two retractable screens to be installed in the new county commission meeting room. (bg)

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

  • Investigators Find Child Porn Network in Abingdon
  • Wal-Mart Shoplifters Caught
  • Friend Busts Man Giving the Cops a Fake Name
  • Kaine Focuses on Jobs and Education in SWVA
  • Romney Donates to McDonnell's Legal Defense
  • Authorities Search for Food City Robber
  • Coal Ruling Scheduled for Today
  • ETSU Rogue Twitter Account
  • Coal Park Grand Opening
  • Marlow Indicted, Trial Date Set
  • Imagination Library Books Put to Better Use
  • Former Smoke Shop Owner Admits to Selling Bath Salts
  • Special Meeting Called to Set Tuition Rates for UVA
  • Green Dot Scam
  • Greene County Drug Busts



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