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  1. Historic Mill Wheel Now Removed From Old Afton StructureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 13 | The Greenville Sun

    Mike Hunsader, foreground, is seen helping with the process of lowering an old mill wheel just removed from the side of a historic mill buildiing in Afton on Thursday. Hunsader bought the wheel from the mil's owner and will restore it for placement at an event venue in North Carolina.

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  2. Greeneville Planning Commission Meets Tues.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 13 | The Greenville Sun

    The commission's meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. in the G. Thomas Love Boardroom at offices for the Greeneville Light & Power System. The agenda says commissioners will review final civil plans for the expansion at 140 T. Elmer Cox Drive, requested by AJAX Engineering LLC. Commissioners will also consider a request to rezone property on Morgan Road from A-1, General Agriculture District, to B-2, General Business District.

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  3. It Happened Here - March 13Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 13 | The Greenville Sun

    A disturbance shortly after 4 a.m. Sunday led to the arrest of James Martinez Brown, of Montgomery, Ala., after Brown allegedly drove recklessly in the parking lot of a Greeneville bar and grill restaurant, "spinning gravel at employees and other patrons." Officer Eddie Key reported that, when he arrived, Brown was upset and claimed an employee of the business had damaged his windshield.

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  4. Westside Garden Club Installs OfficersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 13 | The Greenville Sun

    Officers for the Westside Garden Club include, from left: Binnie Brooks, historian/scrapbook; Judy Turpin, treasurer; Tina Archbold, secretary/press reporter; Mary Ruth Edds standing in for Chris Thorpe, second vice president; Marjorie Bullen, first vice president; Carol Allen-Oglesby, president; and Shirley Snyder, installing officer. First Vice President Nancy Monger reported that she and her co vice president, Sharon Hill, would like to plant pansies in the urns at the Greeneville-Greene County Public Library.

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  5. Exchange Club Recognizes Nicholas RoarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 13 | The Greenville Sun

    Exchange Club Youth of the Month chairman Kristin Small recognized Exchange Club Youth of the Month Nicholas Roark from South Greene High School at the club's Feb. 28 meeting. The Exchange Club of Greeneville recognized South Greene High School senior Nicholas Roark as Youth of the Month at its Feb. 28 meeting at Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

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  6. New EMS Director Brings Stability To High-Turnover PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    EMS Director Calvin Hawkins stands in the garage of the EMS headquarters beside a "remount" ambulance built from a refurbished ambulance body mounted on a new chassis. When the Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services Board voted unanimously to name then-interim EMS Director Calvin Hawkins as the permanent head of the organization on June 2, 2016, they had just placed him into what he would later call "the best job I ever had and the only job I ever want."

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  7. Forward Air Expands, Takes On New LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    Forward Air Corporation, a logistics company based at 1915 Snapps Ferry Road - the Chasan Industrial Complex and former Magnavox location - celebrates the addition of employees and the completion of building improvements. The corporation received Tennessee Economic Development funds in exchange for maintaining a presence in Greeneville, adding 105 jobs and expending nearly $4.3 million in capital investments.

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  8. CAD System To Go Online This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    Dispatcher Kevin "Bucky" Ayers takes a call at the Greene County 911 Center at 111 Union St. A new computer aided dispatch system will go online in July. Greene County's long-anticipated 911 computer-aided dispatch system should go online by July, the 911 Board of Directors were told in January.

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  9. GCSD Employees Train On New Software SystemRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    Allen Anderson, of Tritech Software Systems, conducted training this week for Greene County Sheriff's Department records management personnel in preparation for new software being installed at the sheriff's department. The same computer aided dispatch system software is expected to go online in July at Greene County 911 Dispatch.

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  10. It Happened Here - March 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    Kelly Y. Maupin, 44, of 208 Mikes Ave., was charged Thursday morning by Greeneville police with driving under the influence and violation of the implied consent law. Maupin was driving on Kiser Boulevard when she was seen crossing the yellow line in the road, Officer Michael Ball said in a report.

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  11. 2016 Saw Many Companies Receive Awards, RecognitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    Morning Pointe of Greeneville Executive Director Delora Bibb receives the 2016 Community of the Year award from Independent Healthcare Properties and Morning Pointe Senior Living during the annual corporate awards banquet in Chattanooga. US Nitrogen Human Resources Manager Robbie Helton, center, accepts the Patriotic Award from James Cross, area chair for Upper East Tennessee for the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, and US Nitrogen Security Supervisor Mike Musick, at right, during a ceremony at US Nitrogen in February.

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  12. Downtown Celebrates 20 Years Since General Morgan Inn's ReopeningRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    Guests hit the dance floor while the band Continental Divide plays on the terrace of the General Morgan Inn in 2016 for a 20th anniversary celebration marking the hotel's re-opening. Morgan Inn Corporation Owner and President Scott M. Niswonger addresses guests during a dinner in September 2016 marking the General Morgan Inn's 20th anniversary.

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  13. Former Utility District Manager Takes Plea Deal; Lawsuit Filed Against DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    An ongoing legal wrangle involving utility districts in Greene County took new turns in 2016, some having more to do with the legal representation in the case than with the actual issues. Though a lawsuit facing the Chuckey Utility District's board as well as several district staff members is ongoing, the issue almost entirely dropped out of discussion at meetings of the board after a change of legal representation Oct. 7. However, the lawsuit, brought by former managers of the utility district, remains live, and a hearing on motions in the case has been set for April 13, according to Utility District counsel Thomas Kilday.

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  14. County Spends $100K To Settle Sexual Harassment SuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    In May 2016, the Greene County government opted to pay $100,000 to settle a sexual discrimination/harassment case against it and former County Clerk David Thompson. Following the settlement, the former elected official said he disagreed with the county's decision to pay it and that he refused to agree to never seek public office again.

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  15. Airport Ready To Focus On 'Details' Now That 'Big Things' DoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 11 | The Greenville Sun

    Now that the Greeneville-Greene County Municipal Airport's financial situation is more manageable due to a refinancing completed in 2016 and its "line-of-sight" repair project is complete, Airport Authority Chairman Janet Malone is happy to look back on 2016 as a year of "continuing stabilization." As for 2017, she sees the remainder of the coming year as a time to focus on less worrisome, day-to-day kinds of issues that have been somewhat overshadowed by the more major concerns that had to be dealt with over past months.

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  16. Strawberry Cream Cake With Chocolate DrizzleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 2 | The Greenville Sun

    Prime rib and a baked potato served with a salad is a special on Saturday nights at Gina's Family Restaurant. Regina Delarosa, owner of Gina's Family Restaurant, holds her favorite meal of meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, and green beans at her restaurant on the Erwin Highway.

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  17. Farmers Home Furniture Coming To GreenevilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 2 | The Greenville Sun

    Farmers Home Furniture will be moving into 515 Asheville Highway, the former location of Bob's Factory Outlet, according to permits filed with the Town of Greeneville. Renovations are underway now.

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  18. Local Prep Basketball Tournaments Postponed Due To WeatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | The Greenville Sun

    Due to area schools dismissing early Wednesday ahead of forecasted inclement weather, prep basketball tournaments involving Greene County teams were pushed back one day. At the Region 1-A Tournament, hosted by Chuckey-Doak High School, South Greene and Hampton will now play for the girls' championship Thursday at 7 p.m. The boys' title game between Cosby and Hampton will take place Friday at 7 p.m. The Region 1-AA Tournament girls' championship game between Greeneville and Grainger at Unicoi Co.

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  19. Howard ThompsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | The Greenville Sun

    He was a faithful member of United Baptist Church, where he was a deacon and an usher and assisted with the van ministry.

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  20. Bobby PrestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 1 | The Greenville Sun

    She was a member of First Baptist Church of Greeneville. She was the financial secretary at First Baptist Church for 34 years.

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