Thursday, August 29, 2013

Williams to run for Carter County Mayor
Fourth District State Representative Kent Williams announced that he would not be running for re-election to his state post next year. That doesn’t mean he intends to leave politics, Williams says he will become a candidate for Mayor of Carter County in the general election that will be held in August of 2014. Williams has served four terms first as a Republican and then as an Independent after being ousted by the state party when he voted with Democrats in the State that prevented another local legislator, Jason Mumpower, from being Speaker of the State House. Williams says he thinks the county needs his political expertise now more than ever with such discontent and bickering by county political leaders. (CC)

Saturday, April 19, 2014

  • Woman Arrested for Trying to Cash Stolen Checks
  • Easter Egg Hunt Tradition Continues in Bristol
  • Numerous Homes Lost in Fires This Week
  • Sullivan Co. Jail Moves to "Video Visitation"
  • Woman Gets 8 Years for Vehicular Homicide
  • AT&T Looking to Hire 15 New Employees
  • Greeneville Murder Investigation Continues
  • Plane Crash Report
  • TN Shoppers Likely to See Wine in Grocery Stores Before 2016
  • McAuliffe to Soften Voting Restrictions for Felons
  • First Pediatric Neurosurgeon comes to Tri-Cities



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