Friday, June 21, 2013

Johnson City Fire Trucks
The community seems to be understanding, even if more than a few children will be disappointed for a while, but an increase in calls and a fear for the safety of those children are behind a decision by Johnson City Fire Department to stop using fire trucks in parades. A letter going out to the firemen and the community says having the trucks in parades means taking a vital emergency vehicle out of commission for a period of time, and driving the truck during the parade around moving children is getting too dangerous. (CC)

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  • Unicoi BOE Interviews Finalists for Director of Schools Position
  • Man Faked Robbery Because He Wanted to Go to Jail
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