Jan. 14, 1915: Sue Ford was arrested for assault and battery, according to Johnson City court documents. The documents further state she was fined $5.90 ($146.76 today), which was paid on Oct. 30, 1915.
Jan. 14, 1935: Johnson City postal employees speculated that the town might be getting a new post office, as several recent letters from the federal office had been addressed to the “old” Johnson City Post Office, which was built on Ashe Street in 1910. Indeed, a new post office was built at 338 E. Main St., a building that now houses WJHL-TV.
Sources: The Comet, Johnson City Court Documents, Johnson City Press