Crime Blotter

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#1 Oct 1, 2009
Would someone please post the Crime Blotter here? TIA
nothing new

Lenoir City, TN

#2 Oct 1, 2009
doesn't the herald-news post the crime blotter? you can read it there but I heard certain names have been withheld. you know how that goes around here lol
nene

Chattanooga, TN

#3 Oct 2, 2009
The only way a name is "withheld" is if it is removed AT THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE or CITY POLICE DEPT. That has happened before but the paper does not withhold names. I remember the publisher was in the crime blotter once for DUI. So be real clear on that, nothing new. If a name is withheld, that's your law enforcement's work, not the Dayton Herald.
wild one

Mosheim, TN

#4 Oct 5, 2009
test.
News Junkie

Lenoir City, TN

#5 Oct 5, 2009
nene wrote:
The only way a name is "withheld" is if it is removed AT THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE or CITY POLICE DEPT. That has happened before but the paper does not withhold names. I remember the publisher was in the crime blotter once for DUI. So be real clear on that, nothing new. If a name is withheld, that's your law enforcement's work, not the Dayton Herald.
Dayton Herald? When did the paper get named that?
Pearl Gurl

Covington, LA

#6 Oct 6, 2009
News Junkie wrote:
<quoted text>Dayton Herald? When did the paper get named that?
Hearld News printed in Dayton, I imagine why it is called Dayton Hearld! Makes sense doesnt it!
Law

Lavinia, TN

#7 Oct 6, 2009
The paper was owned and published by the Glass family until February 1981 when Franklin Glass Sr. sold the paper to John M. Jones Sr. of Greeneville, Tenn. Franklin Glass Jr. stayed on as publisher for six months.

In 1982, the Dayton Herald, Rhea County News and Rhea County Shopper all merged to form The Herald-News under Publisher Ed Emens. The weekly began publishing twice a week in 1985.

After eight years at its Main Street location, The Herald-News moved to its present location at 3687 Rhea County Highway where all its operations were consolidated under one roof in 1992.
Guess who

Lenoir City, TN

#8 Oct 6, 2009
Pearl Gurl wrote:
<quoted text>
Hearld News printed in Dayton, I imagine why it is called Dayton Hearld! Makes sense doesnt it!
Makes alot of sense, then again, what about back when the "Dayton Herald" was printed across the river at the Daily-Post Athenian in Athens? Under your assessment should we had called it the "Athens Herald"?
Guess who

Lenoir City, TN

#9 Oct 6, 2009
Law wrote:
The paper was owned and published by the Glass family until February 1981 when Franklin Glass Sr. sold the paper to John M. Jones Sr. of Greeneville, Tenn. Franklin Glass Jr. stayed on as publisher for six months.
In 1982, the Dayton Herald, Rhea County News and Rhea County Shopper all merged to form The Herald-News under Publisher Ed Emens. The weekly began publishing twice a week in 1985.
After eight years at its Main Street location, The Herald-News moved to its present location at 3687 Rhea County Highway where all its operations were consolidated under one roof in 1992.
Very informative history lesson. The entire history of that rag paper can be read at their website at http://www.rheaheraldnews.com/history

One thing we all seem to leave out is when Ed Emens got involved it wasn't as pretty as it appears. Go to this Tennessee state run website http://tnbear.tn.gov/Ecommerce/FilingSearch.a... and search the terms "Rhea County Shopper". You will see how Ed's corporations were REVOKED. Go read it yourself. The Dayton Herald of old is not nothing like what it is today. As for the name "Dayton Herlad" I could start a newspaper tomorrow using that exact same name and not a single thing could be done about it, nothing at all. The present newspaper is only tacitly related to the old Dayton Herald (which was really a newspaper-slightly biased) and is in error to act as this Herald-News "evolved" from the Dayton Herald. The only relationship is someone bought something from someone else and didn't have the inclination of registering the name "Dayton Herald".

In any event, I think a more fitting name would be the RHEA COUNTY MOP BUCKET.
nene

Cleveland, TN

#10 Oct 6, 2009
My apologies. Many of us old-timers still refer to the paper as the Dayton Herald instead of its current name, The Herald-News.

And the paper is still printed in Athens, if we're going to be so detail-oriented.

Also, Guess Who, if you think it's a rag and mop bucket, don't read it.
youve got mail

Cookeville, TN

#12 Oct 6, 2009
Law wrote:
The paper was owned and published by the Glass family until February 1981 when Franklin Glass Sr. sold the paper to John M. Jones Sr. of Greeneville, Tenn. Franklin Glass Jr. stayed on as publisher for six months.
In 1982, the Dayton Herald, Rhea County News and Rhea County Shopper all merged to form The Herald-News under Publisher Ed Emens. The weekly began publishing twice a week in 1985.
After eight years at its Main Street location, The Herald-News moved to its present location at 3687 Rhea County Highway where all its operations were consolidated under one roof in 1992.
Way back when the Glass family owned the Dayton Herald it was a really good newspaper. It wasn't biased and told the truth about people and things. No holds barred. But back then this town was a proud town with proud people living here. The politics wasn't all tainted with drunks running the courthouse and county offices.

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