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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Trucks in downtown Newport
For the second day in a row on Tuesday, an 18 wheeler got stuck on the railroad tracks in downtown Newport. Both trucks were trying to get around the construction work on East Broadway. Both incidents blocked downtown traffic as well as the railroad tracks, for some time. So what efforts are being made to prevent similar incidents,? I asked Newport Chief of Police Maurice Shults. “There has been all kinds of signage put in place by the utility and state detour routes. In addition, my guys have been issuing citations to those truckers who fail to obey the traffic control signs.”


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Monday, July 23, 2018

  • Newport sexual incidents
  • Robinson arrests
  • Friday night power outage
  • Federal opioid program
  • Restoring wildlife
  • Early voting

    Saturday, July 21, 2018

  • Legal aid seminar for seniors
  • Clark to play Pebble Beach
  • Tennessee's unemployment remains low
  • US Supreme Court gets Tennessee abortion law appeal

    Friday, July 20, 2018

  • Graham on local job prospects and Conagra
  • West Virginians arrested in Jeff County robberies
  • Jobless numbers for Tennessee
  • Alexander on tariffs

    Thursday, July 19, 2018

  • Buckner arrest
  • Martin couple found
  • Lewis arrested on meth charges
  • Fraudulent IRS scam
  • East TN Artscapes is moving
  • Best Western thefts
  • Alexander on healthcare
  • Ozone keeping visitors away

    Wednesday, July 18, 2018

  • Myers incident
  • Cocke budget process
  • SNAP food guidelines
  • Phoenix Closures becomes Phoenix
  • RAM in Jeff County
  • Opiod lawsuit
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