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1. Army agrees to end Holston River pollution by mid-2020 -

NASHVILLE (AP) - The U.S. Army has agreed to a July 2020 deadline for reducing pollution from a Kingsport ammunition plant to safe levels.

The agreement resolves a lawsuit filed by the Tennessee Clean Water Network last November.

2. Group sues Kingsport Army plant over pollution -

NASHVILLE (AP) - A nonprofit environmental group is suing a Kingsport ammunition plant for dumping explosive chemicals into local drinking water.

The lawsuit filed on Monday asks a federal judge to order the U.S. Army and its contractor BAE Systems Ordnance Systems Inc. to immediately stop the illegal discharges. It also asks the judge to impose monetary penalties and sanctions.

3. Nonprofit files lawsuit notice for Kingsport plant -

NASHVILLE (AP) - The Tennessee Clean Water Network says it is prepared to sue a Kingsport ammunition plant over its continued pollution of local drinking water.

BAE Systems Ordnance Systems Inc. operates the Holston Army Ammunition Plant for the military. Wastewater from the plant is discharged into the Holston River, about 10 miles upstream of a drinking water intake for the First Utility District of Hawkins County.