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Students invited to share photos for a chance to win free pizza

Students invited to share photos for a chance to win free pizza

October 1st, 2014 5:00 pm by Carmen Musick

From now through Oct. 31, every Friday, INK invites middle and high school students to share their favorite fan, band and action shots from Football Fridays for a chance to win a prize package.

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Police investigate cart thefts from Warriors Path Golf Course

Police investigate cart thefts from Warriors Path Golf Course

October 1st, 2014 3:51 pm by Staff Report

Investigators are asking the public for tips in a string of thefts from Warriors Path State Park Golf Course in Kingsport, where three golf carts were stolen over a period of three weeks.

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Youth Music Series returns to Heartwood

Youth Music Series returns to Heartwood

October 1st, 2014 2:00 pm by Staff Report

Performers will include Sam Gleaves & Leigh Beamer and Tyler Hughes. Admission to the concert is free. However, donations will be accepted for Crooked Road Traditional Music Education Program (TMEP).

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A decade after welcoming wind, states reconsider

A decade after welcoming wind, states reconsider

October 1st, 2014 1:56 pm by SEAN MURPHY, Associated Press

Today, many of the same political leaders who initially welcomed the wind industry want to regulate it more tightly, even in red states like Oklahoma, where candidates regularly rail against government interference.

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Ex-officer pleads guilty in Bean Station drugstore killings

Ex-officer pleads guilty in Bean Station drugstore killings

October 1st, 2014 1:48 pm by Associated Press

Jason Holt killed Down Home Pharmacy owner Stephen Lovell despite Lovell complying with Holt's request for oxycodone. A cutomer was also killed in the May 2013 robbery in Bean Station, where Holt had once worked as an officer.

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Photos: Bush Mill Day set to showcase renovations at 118-year-old landmark

Photos: Bush Mill Day set to showcase renovations at 118-year-old landmark

October 1st, 2014 12:32 pm by Marci Gore

The first phase of work, which was funded by about $400,000 in grants, saw the mill's foundation repaired and stabilized and its waterwheel refurbished. A new water flume, porch and handicapped-accessible walkway were also included in the project.

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Teacher accused of assaulting student picks up new charges

Teacher accused of assaulting student picks up new charges

October 1st, 2014 8:15 am by Becky Campbell, NET News Service

At the time of all three incidents, Larry Manis, 62, of Blountville, was a special education teacher at Jonesborough Middle School. He has since retired from the school system.

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A moving target: There's one sure thing about the Affordable Care Act — change is happening all the time

A moving target: There's one sure thing about the Affordable Care Act — change is happening all the time

October 1st, 2014 7:59 am by Hank Hayes

BRISTOL, Tenn. — There does appear to be one constant about Obamacare, and it is this: Much of the knowledge we soaked up yesterday could be toast tomorrow.

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Sneedville fined $100K for dumping raw sewage into Clinch River

Sneedville fined $100K for dumping raw sewage into Clinch River

October 1st, 2014 7:00 am by Jeff Bobo

According to the TDEC order issued Sept. 5 by Commissioner Robert Martineau, Sneedville's sewer treatment plant is guilty of "excessive" sewer plant bypasses of treatment between January and May.

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Study examines pay disparity among graduates with different degrees

Study examines pay disparity among graduates with different degrees

October 1st, 2014 12:37 am by Rick Wagner

A college degree or training after high school in Tennessee can boost earnings, but a new study shows some of those with associate's degrees and some certificates at least initially make more than those with a bachelor's degree.

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