TCAT partners with national organization
More skilled labor is headed to Tennessee, with a partnership between the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, and a national organization.
Still no horses allowed the Tweetsie Trail
It will be open to hikers and bikers, but not to horseback riding, and that has some horse owners upset, they're asking -- why not? They've begun an online petition to get the cities and trail organizers to change their minds.
Two Elizabethton schools on soft lockdown
Two schools in Elizabethon are on a soft lockdown after a threat was made to a preacher in the city.
Sheriff fires jailer after assault investigation
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Carter Co woman pleads guilty to sex acts with young girls
She pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee at Greeneville.