Friday, January 03, 2014

Ramsey on Hill Race
Could a major political mistake mean the end of office for one tri-cities representative? Matthew Hill failed to vote for a bill last session after pledging support to his party. Now will he show up on the November ballot or be beaten in the primary election by his opponent? Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey says his friend Hill is well aware of the fight he is facing… “He does have a good opponent in Phil Carriger. I don’t think Matthew is going to take that lightly, but that’s what politics is all about. I mean, and we are in a Republican area in East Tennessee and usually the race is in the primary. He has a well respected, well funded candidate, and Matthew has a fight on his hands, but he realizes that.” Phil Carriger is a former Johnson City mayor and commission member and will be trying to unseat Hill in the primary election. (CC)

Monday, April 27, 2015

  • Rabid Raccoon Found in Russell County, VA
  • Sullivan County Leaders Host Public Budget Meeting
  • Unicoi BOE Interviews Finalists for Director of Schools Position
  • Man Faked Robbery Because He Wanted to Go to Jail
  • Tennessee Lawmaker: Many Feel Allowing Guns in Parks Shouldn't Be Left to City/County to Decide
  • Bond Revoked on Sullivan County Woman Charged with Poisoning and Shooting Husband
  • With Criminal Investigation Ongoing, BVU Cutting General Legal Counsel to Part Time Work



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