Monday, May 13, 2013

Memorial Day Holiday To Click It Or Ticket
The Memorial Day holiday has the Washington County Sheriff’s Office urging you to buckle up. Officially May 18th is the day law enforcement officials begin with the national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization. Officers are moving in on motorists who don’t use seat belts. Sheriff Fred Newman says no excuses you can click it or get a ticket. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that over fifty percent of passengers killed last year were not wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash, on the other hand seat belts saved nearly 12- thousand lives nationwide last year. The click it or ticket mobilization continues May 20th through June 2nd with officers enforcing seat belt laws. (bg)

Thursday, March 05, 2015

  • 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
  • Weather Even Impacts Rail Traffic
  • Kingsport Police Continue Search for Man Missing for One Year
  • Reports: Man Swept Away by Floodwaters in Buchanan County
  • 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
  • Sullivan County's Longtime Economic Recruiter Retiring
  • Criminal Complaint Shows Fired Washington County TN Corrections Officer Hit, Kicked, Laughed at Victim
  • Teenager Arrested, Charged for Arson That Destroyed Two Barns in Hawkins County
  • APCO Offering Customer Text and Email Power Outage Alerts
  • TN Dept. of Education Likely to Let Counties, Cities Waive School Days Missed by Snow
  • VDOT: Haysi Main Street to be Closed for a Week Due to Building Collapse
  • Office Depot Cutting Jobs in Bristol, Virginia
  • Rain, Snow Melt Cause Flooding Throughout Southwest Virginia
  • Johnson City Police Arrest Man on Meth Charges After He is Caught Holding the One-Pot Lab
  • TN Bill That Guarantees Veterans Groups Fund-Raising Games Gaines Committee Approval



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