Friday, September 27, 2013

King Has Three Months
The Virginia Tobacco Commission says that King University School of Medicine has three months to make more progress in their quest to create a medical school. This was an extension of a previous agreement for funds from the commission. They have told the board for the school that no more tobacco money can be used on the project, and document need to come to the commission before their next meeting. King recently received an extension from the Washington County, Virginia Board of Supervisors and the Town of Abingdon both granted extensions. The tobacco board says they are concerned that there have been no private funds raised for the school. (CC)

Monday, November 24, 2014

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  • Three Injured from Car Accident on South Holston Dam Road, SCSO Investigating
  • Erwin Mayor is Confident Liquor Policies Will be In Place Soon
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