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Local man arrested for Stoney Creek burglaries

Local man arrested for Stoney Creek burglaries

June 6th, 2013 9:40 pm by John Thompson

Several items stolen in recent burglaries in the Stoney Creek area, including several fishing rods and large flat screen televisions, were recovered and a man was arrested Thursday. The burglaries were all reported in the past few days.

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Woman charged with felony child neglect after leaving child with friend for eight days

Woman charged with felony child neglect after leaving child with friend for eight days

June 6th, 2013 8:26 pm by Staff Reports

A woman who police say left her young child with a friend for what was supposed to be a few days but wound up being eight days was arrested Wednesday after being found by Johnson City Police at the Horseshoe Lounge.

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Severely injured Wash. Co. deputy credited by peers with saving son's life in Wednesday crash

Severely injured Wash. Co. deputy credited by peers with saving son's life in Wednesday crash

June 6th, 2013 5:03 pm by Becky Campbell and Sue Legg, Staff Writers

Knowing Washington County Sheriff’s Sgt. Dave Chambers the way they do, his fellow law enforcement officers think he likely saved his son’s life in a two-vehicle crash Wednesday morning by throwing his own body over the teen.

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Ample Blue Plum parking options available

Ample Blue Plum parking options available

June 6th, 2013 4:46 pm by Madison Mathews

With more than 1,100 parking spaces located in the downtown area around the festival grounds, festival director Brandi Woodall said there will be plenty of parking options for festival-goers this weekend.

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Local college presidents among those encouraging immigration reform

Local college presidents among those encouraging immigration reform

June 6th, 2013 4:29 pm by Associated Press

ETSU President Brian Noland and Milligan President Bill Greer support bi-partisan immigration reform.

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Firefighters battled trailer fire on Old Lewis Road in Johnson City

Firefighters battled trailer fire on Old Lewis Road in Johnson City

June 6th, 2013 2:53 pm by Staff reports

An empty trailer on Old Lewis Road was on fire this morning, according to reports from the scene.

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Harris’ attorney seeks dismissal of official misconduct charges

Harris’ attorney seeks dismissal of official misconduct charges

June 6th, 2013 11:58 am by Brad Hicks

ERWIN — Former Unicoi County Sheriff Kent Harris is now set to be tried on six counts of official misconduct beginning July 8, but Harris’ defense attorney Jim Bowman has filed a motion seeking the dismissal of these charges against his client.

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$208M-plus spending plan for Johnson City on Commission agenda tonight

$208M-plus spending plan for Johnson City on Commission agenda tonight

June 6th, 2013 10:33 am by Gary B. Gray

First reading of this spending plan for Johnson City's fiscal 2014 budget will be heard tonight.

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Jonesborough man with warrant out of Calif. charged as fugitive after injured in wreck

Jonesborough man with warrant out of Calif. charged as fugitive after injured in wreck

June 6th, 2013 9:59 am by Staff report

A Jonesborough man who had an outstanding warrant for felony DUI in California was taken to jail Wednesday after being involved in a crash in Johnson City.

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No injuries in Newton Street fire in Johnson City

No injuries in Newton Street fire in Johnson City

June 6th, 2013 9:22 am by Staff report

Smoldering embers in a portable fire pit were determined to be the cause of a blaze that caused moderate damage to a home on Newton Street Wednesday.

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