Johnson City Press Friday, March 27, 2015
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Elizabethton SRO resigns after complaint of inappropriate conduct with female student

Elizabethton SRO resigns after complaint of inappropriate conduct with female student

March 16th, 2015 5:19 pm by John Thompson

Police Chief Greg Workman said the conduct charge stemmed from a dodge ball game in which Corporal Mike Sproviero was taking part.

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Stoney Creek man accused of stabbing man in chest, side, back

Stoney Creek man accused of stabbing man in chest, side, back

March 16th, 2015 3:29 pm by John Thompson

Justin Artigue, 19, 234 Panhandle Road, was arrested by Carter County Sheriff Dexter Lunceford on a charge of aggravated assault after Artigue returned to the residence later in the evening.

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Carter Co. substitute teacher bound over for sexual battery charge involving student

Carter Co. substitute teacher bound over for sexual battery charge involving student

March 16th, 2015 3:07 pm by John Thompson

ELIZABETHTON - A Carter County substitute teacher was bound over to a grand jury on several charges, including sexual battery, during a Sessions Court appearance Friday.

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Health care takes center stage at Elizabethton/Carter County Legislative Breakfast

Health care takes center stage at Elizabethton/Carter County Legislative Breakfast

March 13th, 2015 9:13 pm by John Thompson

Health insurance on both the state and federal levels was one of the leading topics of conversation at the Elizabethton/Carter Legislative Breakfast held at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology on Friday.

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Elizabethton council defers retail recruitment spending, hears from angry football mother

Elizabethton council defers retail recruitment spending, hears from angry football mother

March 13th, 2015 9:41 am by John Thompson

The Elizabethton City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to defer a decision on reaching an agreement with a private firm to help recruit retailers to the city.

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Elizabethton school resource officer reassigned during investigation into inappropriate conduct with student

Elizabethton school resource officer reassigned during investigation into inappropriate conduct with student

March 11th, 2015 2:09 pm by Staff Report

Elizabethton Police Chief Greg Workman said a school resource officer has been reassigned to office duties during an administrative investigation of alleged inappropriate conduct with student.

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Elizabethton council agenda shows signs of coming spring

Elizabethton council agenda shows signs of coming spring

March 11th, 2015 10:18 am by John Thompson

There are several harbingers of spring in the agenda for Thursday's meeting of the Elizabethton City Council.

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Elizabethton Twins remember longtime supporter Jane Crow

Elizabethton Twins remember longtime supporter Jane Crow

March 11th, 2015 10:11 am by John Thompson

Since 1974 the Elizabethton Twins have been the first stop in professional baseball for many players now on the rosters of the Minnesota Twins and other major league teams. For all of that time until her death on Feb. 3, Jane Crow remained a strong suppor

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Carter County Commission approves schools spending before education board

Carter County Commission approves schools spending before education board

March 11th, 2015 10:02 am by John Thompson

In an unusual move, the Budget Committee of the Carter County Commission voted unanimously Monday night to support several expenditures.

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Carter County out $12,000 after winning lawsuit in beer-license case

Carter County out $12,000 after winning lawsuit in beer-license case

March 10th, 2015 8:58 am by John Thompson

The Budget Committee of the Carter County Commission learned Monday night that the county would have been better off if it had been sued for money in a recently settled federal case.

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