Thursday, August 29, 2013

Washington County Jail Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Washington County, Tennessee Sheriff Ed Graybeal says that the Detention Center has finally completed a project that installed several carbon monoxide detectors. The decision to place the detectors came after a June incident where two cell blocks were exposed to carbon monoxide from a gas-powered water heater that was not fully functional. Dozens of inmates fell ill after that exposure. The cost of the project was around 10-thousand dollars. (CC)

Saturday, February 28, 2015

  • Horses Rescued from Ice Covered Pond in Wise County
  • Tax Season Approach Marks a Spike in Reports of Scams
  • 2 School Bus Drivers Cited After Separate Crashes



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