Monday, September 23, 2013

State Line Drive In Wins!
Tri-cities did it, you kept one of this areaís few drive-ins in business. You may recall that Elizabethtonís State Line Drive-In was destined to close if they didnít upgrade with a digital projector by next year, when everything goes digital. But they could not afford the $80,000 projector. Then Honda came up with Project Drive-in, a contest to see which theaters, nation-wide, could get the most votes to win one of nine projectors. You went to the website and voted and helped conserve a local tradition that began in 1947 - from disappearing. To see all nine towns who won go to http://projectdrivein.com/

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

  • Blountville Man Indicted for Sexually Abusing a Dog
  • Hawkins County Man Arrested For Attempted Bank Robbery
  • A Greenville Man In Custody On Child Rape Charges
  • VA Real Estate Market Improves by 11%
  • City Council Changes Course and Reappoints Fleenor to BVU Board
  • Washington County, VA Grand Jury Indicts Abingdon Man for Attempted First Degree Murder
  • Bristol, TN Officials Confirm Triad Packaging Staying in City, Investing Millions
  • Children's Services Spokesman Says Formal Investigation Underway into David Crockett High Hazing
  • BVU's Faith Esposito Suddenly Resigns Board
  • DMME: Mine Accident in Dickenson County Under Investigation, Victim Recovering After Surgery
  • Bristol, Tennessee Schools Replace Principal in Wake of Attempted Child Abuse and Neglect Case
  • King University Breaks Ground on Oval Restoration
  • Roe Seeks Immediate Lift of Ban on Firearms on Military Grounds
  • Haslam Headed to the Tri-Cities to Push For Hike in Gasoline Tax



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