Saturday, November 09, 2013

TCAT Instructors Fired After October Arrest
Last month the Carter County Sheriff’s Department arrested 45-year old David Simerly and 33-year old Joseph Churchwell over issues stemming from their jobs at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology. Simerly is accused of threatening a co-worker. Churchwell is charged with stealing nearly 1,500 pounds of scrap metal. State officials say the two instructors have since been fired and although they normally don’t comment on a teacher’s job status, their arrests made their employment a public issue and warranted a statement.

Friday, August 01, 2014

  • More Layoffs Announced at Alpha Natural Resources
  • Pigeon Forge Favorite to Open Location in Myrtle Beach
  • Annual Sales Tax Holiday Underway in TN and VA
  • Man Arrested for Selling Stolen Property
  • Man Makes Meth in Unsuspecting Grandmother's Home
  • Senator Mark Warner Visits Russell County on Sunday
  • Man Admits to Having Sex with 16-Year old Girl
  • Bicyclist Battles For Life After Being Hit by a Car
  • Man Uses Worthless Checks to Buy $20,000 in Gold
  • Police Take Custody of Puppy from Hot Car in Kingsport
  • Sheriff: Insurance Agent Cashed Out Client's Policy
  • Man Arrested for Rape in Elizabethton
  • Kingsport Police Look for Phone Store Thieves
  • Mayor Budget Veto Overridden by Carter County Commission
  • BVU Board Sets Special Meeting on CEO Hiring
  • Accused Bristol Robbers Appear in Court
  • No Criminal Charges Against Bluff City Dentist



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