Monday, July 28, 2014

Election Officials Say Vote Early
With an especially long primary ballot, Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett is recommending that voters cast their ballots early. Hargett says early voting accounted for 47 percent of ballots in August 2010, but they are hoping to increase that to 60 percent this year. Hargett said that is the only way to avoid long lines and late returns on Election Day, August 7. Even with heavy early voting, Hargett says some results won't be returned until after midnight. The ballot includes primaries for governor, U.S. senate, and congressional and state legislative seats; county races, judgeships and school board positions; and retention elections for state appellate judges. Early voting ends August 2.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

  • Johnson City Police: Enraged Man Assaults Woman, Almost Runs Over Another, Crashes
  • Former Carter County Jailer Indicted
  • Unicoi Sheriff Planning Lawsuit over Budget
  • Kingsport "Drug Take Back" Nets 2 Tons
  • Disturbance in Boones Creek Leads to Arrest
  • Indictment: Chilhowie Man Intoxicated in Traffic Fatality
  • Bristol Man Arrested with Pills in Johnson City
  • Glade Spring woman charged with murder
  • Gray man accused of selling $51,000 of company equipment on eBay
  • New Police Headquarters for Elizabethton



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