ELIZABETHTON — The hours of operation for the Carter County Landfill were discussed during Monday night’s meeting of the Carter County Landfill Committee.
A Carter County man had his first day in court on Monday morning after he was charged with three counts of aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor.
ELIZABETHTON — It was over 50 years ago that Harry T. Stout started a part-time locksmith business in Elizabethton. That business grew and Harry T. Stout Locksmith continues to be a trusted company throughout the region. One of the remarkable
Dec 2, 2018 at 11:41 PM
ELIZABETHTON — The Oriental Band of the Jericho Temple has always been about fun and entertaining the public, but it also has a more important mission — promoting the Shriners’ prime mission of helping disabled children to walk again.
ELIZABETEHTON — A rain storm waits for no man or even Santa Claus.
Children did not allow the rain to get in the way of the fun and excitement of Johnson’s City’s Annual Downtown Christmas Parade on Saturday morning.
ELIZABETHTON — There were some significant changes to this year’s chili cook-off competition at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Elizabethton.
ELIZABETHTON — Elizabethton High School students who receive the Bartleby seal on their diplomas can expect guaranteed enrollment at Tusculum University in Greeneville, as well as the waiver of application fees to the institution and the waiver
Nov 29, 2018 at 11:10 PM
ELIZABETHTON — Firefighters of the Elizabethton Fire Department participated in training on their new Scott Air Packs this week.
ELIZABETHTON — A man who admitted at the time of his arrest that he had shot at his victim four times but missed him was sentenced in Carter County Criminal Court on Wednesday to a 20-year sentence.