Friday, October 18, 2013

JC Pet Population
Commissioners in Johnson City have taken the first step in cutting down on the unwanted pet population. The commission is working toward a proposal to have all pets spayed or neutered. A presentation by the Johnson City-Washington County Animal Shelter says half of the animals they took in this past year had to be euthanized. The animal shelter says they have seen an increase over the years of animals coming to the shelter, but there are just not enough adoptions to find all the animals homes. There would be some exceptions to the proposed law, including service animals, police dogs, and those animals where spaying or neutering would endanger the life of the animal. (CC)

Friday, November 28, 2014

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  • Kingsport BMA to Consider $384K Purchase Order for Sixth-Graders' Laptops
  • Barber Launches Christmas "Shoe Box" Drive
  • Coal Mine Citations Reported for October
  • Bristol, TN to Consider Mobile Food Vendors Ordinance for Private Properties
  • Holiday Shopping Cause for Crowds, Extra Security and Stress
  • Fossil Site Helping Second Harvest Food Bank to Collect Food
  • Tire Slashing Vandal Strikes in Gray
  • Washington County, TN To Hire a Veterans Service Officer
  • Several Wrecks in Our Region on Thanksgiving Day
  • Two Reportedly Injured in Home Elevator Accident in Carter County
  • Greene County Man Killed in Crash with Tanker Driven by Piney Flats Man
  • Center of Excellence Receives $2 Million Grant from Virginia Tobacco Commission
  • Wal-Mart Shoplifter Will Spend the Holiday in Jail
  • PBA Looking into Joint Venture with ETSU and Millennium Centre
  • Special Black Friday Sales Set at Virginia ABC Stores



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