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Tennessee ranks in top in meth costs

Tennessee ranks in top in meth costs

March 2nd, 2014 2:27 pm by Duane W. Gang, The Tennessean

Methamphetamine is a dangerous drug that has taken its toll on Tennesseans across the state. But the costs of meth go far beyond addiction and lost lives.

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Rescue workers learn dos, don'ts of hybrid vehicles

Rescue workers learn dos, don'ts of hybrid vehicles

March 2nd, 2014 2:09 pm by Max Hrenda

As hybrid vehicles continue to establish their place in the automotive marketplace, discussions about their reliability, low emissions and fuel economy became more common.

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Crockett students brewing love of science at fair

Crockett students brewing love of science at fair

March 2nd, 2014 2:01 pm by Tony Casey

David Crockett High School has a still cooking up alcohol at its Science Fair, but is using the byproduct for a different purpose than getting intoxicated.

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ETSU ComicCon

March 2nd, 2014 8:30 am by Dave Boyd

ETSUCon Dave Boyd/Johnson City PressSuper heroes and other characters from popular comic books, films, video games and more are spotted on the ETSU campus this weekend when the universityhosts its second ETSUCon Saturday and Sunday.

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Committee revamps, reaffirms parts of ETSU's master plan

Committee revamps, reaffirms parts of ETSU's master plan

March 1st, 2014 9:57 pm by Nathan Baker

The course of East Tennessee State University, plotted by a master plan four years ago and, more recently, a community-wide visioning committee, has taken some twists and turns in recent years, but officials believe it's still on track to continue the sch

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ETSU officials weigh options for stadium design, site

ETSU officials weigh options for stadium design, site

March 1st, 2014 9:03 pm by Nathan Baker

A month after East Tennessee State University named the recruiting class for its rebooted football team, school officials are still considering sites and designs for the new stadium in which they will play.

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ETSUCon grants visitors chance to escape into fantasy

ETSUCon grants visitors chance to escape into fantasy

March 1st, 2014 8:46 pm by Tony Casey

Charles Martinet, the voice behind video game character icon Mario, had Casey Jones and Samantha Haynes in hysterics when he introduced himself at East Tennessee State University's ETSUCon 2014 multimedia convention Saturday.

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County planners to consider rezoning Telford industrial park

County planners to consider rezoning Telford industrial park

March 1st, 2014 8:34 pm by Nathan Baker

The Washington County Regional Planning Commission will consider a request Tuesday to rezone 67 acres of vacant land in the Telford industrial park, a housekeeping measure as a new economic development organization officially takes the wheel.

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Haslam to Register: Free tuition won't extend to undocumented students

Haslam to Register: Free tuition won't extend to undocumented students

March 1st, 2014 7:31 pm by Brian Wilson, The Tennessean

Gov. Bill Haslam reiterated his stance on his community college tuition proposal in response to a letter from Metro Schools Director of Schools Jesse Register, who said the program should be open to undocumented immigrants in the state.

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Bucs staying home for A-Sun opener

Bucs staying home for A-Sun opener

March 1st, 2014 5:31 pm by Kelly Hodge

ETSU basketball fans will get at least one home game in March after all.When the dust settled on the regular season Saturday, the Bucs emerged as the 4-seed for the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament next week. They'll host fifth-seeded Lipscomb in a Tues

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