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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Cuerllar fire
Agents with the Tennessee Bomb and Arson Division and investigators with the Cocke County Sheriffs Department on Tuesday visited a Cocke County home that on Sunday was damaged by fire. Chief Walt Cross of the Grassy Fork Volunteer Fire Department said his agency, the Cocke County Fire Department, and the Cosby and Del Rio Volunteer Fire Departments, all responded to the Michelle Cuellar home on Grindstaff Road in the Hartford community. He said Cuellar found the fire. "She actually went home to change clothes and found the fire. Fire damage was confined to one bedroom but there is smoke damage throughout the whole home." The fire chief said the two-story frame home will have to be cleaned up before it is habitable.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

  • Starnes arrest
  • Alexander on Corker
  • TWRA considers a deer plan
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    Monday, December 10, 2018

  • First Baptist Church fire
  • Williams arrest
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  • Christmas parade winners
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    Saturday, December 08, 2018

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  • TennCare fraud is alleged
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  • King arrest
  • Pennington found competent
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