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Can city rules stomach food trucks?

July 31st, 2014 9:31 pm by Nathan Baker

The purveyors of a new mobile eatery in downtown Johnson City are hitching their wagon to the recent rise in popularity of food trucks, although some regulatory speed bumps may slow progress.

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Police: Johnson City man, 57, admitted to sex act with girl, 16

Police: Johnson City man, 57, admitted to sex act with girl, 16

July 31st, 2014 8:02 pm by Staff Report

Text messages on an underage girl's cellphone discovered by her mother led Johnson City police to arrest a 57-year-old man Thursday on an aggravated statutory rape charge.

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Sports Elizabethton Twins
Undrafted Twins pitcher brings 100-mph fastball to Elizabethton

Undrafted Twins pitcher brings 100-mph fastball to Elizabethton

July 31st, 2014 10:25 pm by Joe Avento

Brandon Poulson and his 100-mph fastball joined the Elizabethton Twins on Wednesday night in the most talked-about signing of a non-drafted player in recent years.

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Super Highlanders: Cloudland hoping no foe can stand against it

Super Highlanders: Cloudland hoping no foe can stand against it

July 31st, 2014 10:21 pm by Jeff Birchfield

Austin Whitehead and his superhero-themed teammates hope to lead the Highlanders to Mountain East Conference and state championships this season.

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Cards cool off Greeneville

Cards cool off Greeneville

July 31st, 2014 10:19 pm by Staff Report

Blake Drake hit his third home run of the season and Matt Pearce pitched five effective innings as the Johnson City Cardinals cooled off the Greeneville Astros with a 4-1 victory Thursday night at Pioneer Park.

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Candidate Carr looks for local push in race against Sen. Alexander

Candidate Carr looks for local push in race against Sen. Alexander

July 31st, 2014 9:47 pm by Tony Casey

Staffers from the Nashville area wearing "Beat Lamar" T-shirts passed buckets down the rows of the Life Fellowship Baptist Church on Thursday evening, hoping they would bring in funds that might give Republican U.S. Senate candiate Joe Carr an extra push

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Diversion granted in crash death after Suboxone debate

Diversion granted in crash death after Suboxone debate

July 31st, 2014 9:27 pm by Becky Campbell

Thursday's sentencing hearing for a Washington County woman who pleaded guilty to felony reckless endangerment in a 2009 traffic crash death nearly turned into a trial about Suboxone for medication-assisted therapy to get people off opiates.

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Cowbell Night: Help the Twins ring in a record

Cowbell Night: Help the Twins ring in a record

July 31st, 2014 9:24 pm by Tony Casey

The Elizabethton Twins need more cowbell to break a world record in an Aug. 16 contest against the Johnson City Cardinals.

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Knoxville Zoo shows off newest baby red pandas

Knoxville Zoo shows off newest baby red pandas

July 31st, 2014 5:00 pm by Amy McRary/Knoxville News Sentinel

Month old twin boys all fluff and fur

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Ex-sheriff Harris jabs at Eldridge, Wolfe over invitation-only campaign event, plans open rally

Ex-sheriff Harris jabs at Eldridge, Wolfe over invitation-only campaign event, plans open rally

July 31st, 2014 4:45 pm by Gary B. Gray

"I love Elvis as much as the next guy. I hope they have a great event" - Jonesborough Mayor Kelly Wolfe

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One lane of Knob Creek to be closed in evenings

One lane of Knob Creek to be closed in evenings

July 31st, 2014 4:35 pm by Staff Report

The city will be boring holes to collect soil samples along Knob Creek Road between Marketplace Boulevard and Simmons Ridge throughout August.

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