Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Talks Still Underway for Carter Co. Rescue Service
Residents in Carter County still fear they’ll lose the rescue squad service they’ve grown to depend on. Rescue Squad Attorney, Richard Norris told reporters that they’re having scheduling difficulties when it comes to getting something on the calendar to discuss the issue further with county commissioners. The Rescue Squad originally wanted $225,000 for a one-year contract to continue service to the county, something commissioners said was out of their budget. We’re told the county has made a counter offer, but nothing has been decided or agreed on. If an agreement is not met by the deadline, county leaders might have to make arrangements with another ambulance service, which will mean longer response times for residents in need. (JH)

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  • Former Abingdon Assistant Town Manager Sent to Federal Prison for Two Years
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  • Court Records: Kingsport Woman Collected Over $61,000 of Her Deceased Mother's Pension
  • Congressman Griffith: Stay of EPA Regs Too Late to Help Southwest Virginia Coal-Fired Plants
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  • Stars of "Big Stone Gap" Returning to SW Virginia This Weekend as Town Takes a Victory Lap
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