Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Sullivan County Budget Woes Continue
What is good for the Sheriff’s department should be what is good for all of the employees of Sullivan County according to some of the commissioners. With budget talks set to begin they are wanting a retroactive two percent pay raise just like the one the sheriff’s department received as part of a settlement agreement for a lawsuit they brought against the county. After that settlement County mayor Steve Godsey says he was not opposed to looking in to a two percent pay raise for all other non-school employees to begin July first. Commissioners say the county should pay the extra 38-thousand dollars it would take and give the non-school employees the same amount that was agreed upon by the county and the sheriff’s department. (CC)

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

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  • Man Killed in Clinchport Car Crash in Scott County, VA
  • Jury Finds Lebanon Man Guilty of Child Neglect
  • Photo Contest Is Underway in Bristol, Tennessee
  • Sullivan County Investigators Develop Suspects in Cigarette Burglaries
  • AAA Predicts Gas Prices Will Not Stay Up Long
  • Johnson City Walgreens Robbery Under Investigation
  • Extradition Hearing Set for Jonesborough Triple Murder Suspect
  • 9 Year Prison Sentence Given to Sullivan County Distributor of Illicit Synthetic Stimulant
  • Hawkins Co Man Indicted on Incest, 17 Other Sex-Related Crimes
  • Smyth Authorities Join Search for Missing Camper
  • Erwin Man Sentenced to 2 Years in Federal Prison for Possession on Stolen Gun
  • Special Judge Assigned for Kingsport Vehicular Homicide Trial
  • SW Virginia Man Arrested, Charged with Vandalizing Hawkins County Police Cruiser
  • BAE Systems, U.S. Army Must Rid Holston River of Explosive Compound by 2020

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