Monday, September 23, 2013

Valley School Meth Cleanup
Sullivan County will be paying more money to deal with an abandon school after evidence was discovered that Methamphetamine had been manufactured there. Valley Pike Elementary School is quarantined until the county can test for any meth contamination and if any is found they must pay to do a cleanup before it is sold or destroyed. There has already been over 100-thousand dollars worth of vandalism done to the school property. Officials say testing must be done to find out how much contamination is inside the building. They have contracted with a business to begin that process. (CC)

Friday, July 31, 2015

  • Carter County Teacher Charged in Arson Case Loses Job
  • Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey "Shocked" at TVA Plan to Fix Boone Dam
  • TVA: Hardships to Business, Property Owners But Boone Dam Repair Is Not a "Quick Fix"
  • Boone Lake Property Association: Five to Seven Years to Fix Dam "More Than Devastating"
  • Police: "Secret Service" Terrorist Killer From Hawkins County Demands Cash for Services at Local Bank
  • TVA: Five to Seven Years to Repair Boone Dam, $200 to $300 million Cost
  • Police: Johnson City Walmart Cashier Helps Others Steal
  • Teen Accused in July 2014 Murder Will Have Other Charges Tried First in Carter County
  • Clark Informs Judge He Plans to Seek Death Penalty in Azotea Case
  • Rogersville Man Caught By Police After Posting Pictures Online
  • Two People Arrested for Overnight Triple Stabbing



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