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Bluff City may hire new clerk just to take care of speeding tickets

October 15th, 2010 4:21 am by Staff Report

speed cameras have issued to drivers on U.S. 11E, Bluff City Police Chief David Nelson went to the Bluff City Board of Mayor and Alderman on Thursday and asked for help."If we don't address this situation now we are going to have a lot of problems," Nelso

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Why business doesn't trust Tea Party: Small-government slogans may be appealing, but its policies could throw the U.S. economy into chaos

October 14th, 2010 4:55 am by Staff Report

BusinessWeek is reporting that Nikki Haley is almost everything the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce could want in a candidate for governor: A former small business owner (she helped run her family's luxury-clothing company in Lexington, S.C.), Haley ha

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Autopsy shows pastor stabbed 18 times

October 14th, 2010 4:48 am by Chris Carroll

The Rev. David Strong's killer stabbed his torso 18 times and lacerated his head four times during a violent homicide last week, according to a medical examiner's report released Wednesday.Strong's stab wounds ranged from a few tenths of an inch long to o

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Only $50,000 left in estate for Tennessee Children's Home, executor accused of raiding funds

October 14th, 2010 4:44 am by Jill Cecil Wiersma

SPRING HILL Only about $50,000 remains of a nearly $800,000 estate left in a will to the Tennessee Children's Home. The former executor wrote $100,000 in checks to himself, invested in Iraqi dinar, and lost $340,000 after investing in Hanover Corp., a

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Nashville police mishandled sexual battery complaint against officer, detective says

October 14th, 2010 4:42 am by Brian Haas

A Metro sex crimes detective found "several errors" in a top-to-bottom review of how police handled a sexual battery complaint against one of its own officers before he was charged in connection with the abuse of several women, according to new court docu

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Johnson City, Jonesborough men charged in meth investigation

October 14th, 2010 4:36 am by NET Staff report

The Washington County Sheriff's Office charged two men with methamphetamine-related offenses, according to a news release.Andrew D. Rowland, 39, 1201 North Barton Street, Johnson City; and Bryan S. Paul, 50, 2101 Highway 81 South, Jonesborough, were arres

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