Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Retirement of One of Longest Serving Virginia State Troopers; from the Bristol area
One of the longest serving Virginia State Troopers ever has worked in the Bristol area and Labor Day marked retirement for Sgt. Claude Worrell. He says he loved the work of helping people, turned down promotions that would have sent him to other parts Virginia, and saw significant changes in his 45 years as a state trooper. He said, “We went from cars with no air conditioning to cars that have computers in them - a lot of changes in the equipment for personnel.” (LM)

Thursday, January 29, 2015

  • Erwin Man Jailed After October Stabbing Incident
  • Bristol Man Seriously Injuried After Being Hit by a Car
  • ABC Store Worker from Abingdon Accused of Embezzling
  • Abingdon and Bristol Men Charged for Sex Crimes in Separate Cases
  • Grand Jury Issues Indictments Stemming from Damascus Meth Raid
  • Woman Arrested for Attacking Her Sister
  • Former Sullivan County Jailer Charged With Using Excessive Force Against an Inmate
  • New Ads from TN Think Tank Attack Haslam's Insure Tennessee Program
  • Erwin Man Booked on Attempted Second-Degree Murder Charges
  • Bristol, Virginia Sets Ceremony for Glass Recycler
  • Sullivan Schools Chief Says Community Remains but New Schools Make Financial Sense
  • Lawmakers say Coal Downturn to Blame for Norfolk Southern Pulling Out of Roanoke
  • UPDATE: Clintwood Man Killed in Monday Crash in Dickenson County
  • Former Nurse Indicted for Stealing Meds from Indian Path



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