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Postal disservice: Man arrested while scavenging mail

Postal disservice: Man arrested while scavenging mail

November 17th, 2014 3:20 pm by Rain Smith

On Virgil Avenue police found an individual standing by a row of mailboxes — while wearing a hard hat and gloves — with multiple pieces of mail strewn across the grass.

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Teamwork: Program helps Adams Elementary students learn wonders of giving

Teamwork: Program helps Adams Elementary students learn wonders of giving

November 17th, 2014 3:15 pm by Rick Wagner

It's part of a service learning program at the school, one that so far this year has raised $4,000 for Small Miracles and is teaching the students about teamwork, cooperation, community service and leadership.

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Man allegedly shoots at drunk driver, both arrested

Man allegedly shoots at drunk driver, both arrested

November 17th, 2014 11:40 am by Rain Smith

A Sullivan County man has been arrested after meting out his own perceived justice on an apparent drunk driver, reportedly firing at least five shots into their car after the unknown individual pulled into his driveway.

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AGC's Church Hill plant fined $8,500

AGC's Church Hill plant fined $8,500

November 17th, 2014 10:27 am by Jeff Bobo

The Church Hill plant was cited for failing to meet compliance for particulate matter emissions by failing to operate one of its 10 dust collectors for 12 days last December.

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A growing tradition: Tree lighting branches out to full schedule of events

A growing tradition: Tree lighting branches out to full schedule of events

November 17th, 2014 9:23 am by Matthew Lane

On Dec. 6, the annual tree lighting celebration will take place and according to the Downtown Kingsport Association, a large crowd is expected again this year.

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Scott twins arrive early and at home — but in different states

Scott twins arrive early and at home — but in different states

November 17th, 2014 8:39 am by Marci Gore

Because the Lights' property straddles the Virginia/Tennessee state line, Kristian says her babies' birth certificates say they were born in different states. One was born on the couch in the house, the other in an ambulance out in the driveway.

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KOSBE event marks 20th year of recognizing Kingsport-area small business excellence

KOSBE event marks 20th year of recognizing Kingsport-area small business excellence

November 17th, 2014 8:15 am by Hank Hayes

This year, the KOSBE Awards keynote speaker will be Gerald O'Connor, president of Impact Plastics, an Erwin, Tenn.-based manufacturer of plastic injection molded components.

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Dobyns-Bennett band second in class at Grand Nationals

Dobyns-Bennett band second in class at Grand Nationals

November 16th, 2014 8:24 pm by Rick Wagner

INDIANAPOLIS — The Marching Indians ended the 2014 season with the band's highest-ever finish in a national competition here, ending up less than one point shy of getting a shot at a national title.

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Kingsport's  99-year contract  with AEP  set to expire in 18 months

Kingsport's 99-year contract with AEP set to expire in 18 months

November 16th, 2014 6:35 pm by Matthew Lane

American Electric Power has been operating under a franchise agreement with the Model City since 1917, granting the energy provider exclusive rights to operate within the boundaries of the city.

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Scott County Chamber unveils 2014 Christmas ornament

Scott County Chamber unveils 2014 Christmas ornament

November 16th, 2014 6:24 pm by Marci Gore

The Scott County Chamber of Commerce's popular limited edition collectible Christmas ornaments are now available.

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