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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Phone wire cut in Del Rio
Cocke County authorities and AT&T representatives are investigating the recent theft of 1,200 feet of telephone cable from a site off Over the Mountain Road in the Del Rio community. Deputy Lt. Michael Whitmer said the 200 pair copper network cable was hanging low due to maintenance in the area when it was cut and removed. Investigators believe a bucket truck or logging equipment was used to reach the cable. The theft knocked out phone service to area residents. The AT&T representatives say the loss in the incident exceeds $10,000, however the actual repair costs have yet to be determined.


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Monday, May 21, 2018

  • Rolling Thunder to stop off in Cocke County
  • Cocke Fire
  • Paramedics attacked
  • Lawson arrest in shooting
  • Trump to visit Nashville
  • Expensive gas for Memorial holiday

    Saturday, May 19, 2018

  • Tiny Homes purchases former Ace Products site
  • Qualifying is underway for Newport and Parrottsville posts
  • Do not disturb young wildlife
  • Farm Bill defeated
  • TBI investigating Greene County officer involved shooting
  • Walters State is tech-savvy
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    Friday, May 18, 2018

  • Partnership update
  • Fancher is candidate for Newport mayor
  • Missing Retreivers
  • Corley arrest
  • Safe Boating Awareness

    Thursday, May 17, 2018

  • SNAP could be cut to pay for tax cuts
  • Marijuana sentencing
  • Candidates for governor poll
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  • Tennessee sues Oxycontin maker
  • In lieu of tax payments

    Wednesday, May 16, 2018

  • Trouten pleads to arson
  • Phone wire cut in Del Rio
  • Cocke County School Board meets
  • Cocke County Jail assaults
  • Buckner injury
  • Burger search
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