Today’s visit to the Washington County & Johnson City Animal Shelter was fruitful and fun. There were plenty of people visiting, and a couple of animals heading out the door, or at least on their way.
An Elizabethton man was shot and killed Monday by Carter County deputies following a police chase along Highway 67, ending just inside the Johnson City line.
It’s generally considered bad luck when you have an auto accident. Crashing into a police car? Even worse. Crashing into two police cars? You might want to do a little soul-searching.
It cannot be stated enough, or emphatically enough —the local shelters are full of wonderful animals in need of love, and in need of homes.
Community members raised their voices Thursday night to object to the reinstatement of a teacher accused of inappropriate contact with students, and heard several rumors surrounding the fate of Director of Schools Kimber Halliburton.
I’ve been shooting these animal shelter videos for quite a while now. There are always constants; full kennels, good people, plenty of animals to go around.
There are clean, humane, well-run animal shelters throughout our community, perhaps more so now than any other time I can recall, and they are all full. Constantly full.
A human trafficking investigation led to the arrests of two men Monday on charges they had sex with girls ages 14 and 17 in a Carter County motel.
I don’t get a ton of emails or messages about these videos, but the ones I do receive overwhelmingly ask about two things: kittens and small dogs.
Federal and local officials are expected to be on hand for a grand opening ceremony for the Veterans Affairs access road, Monday, April 24, at noon.