Abandoned dog gets new home

A dog reportedly dropped off is now in a new home, and a charge of animal cruelty was filed against Charles Lester Dean, 63. For more, see the March 15 issue of The Dunlap Tribune.

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Key arrested in school threat, statutory rape

A young Dunlap man accused of making a threat to Sequatchie County High was charged with filing a false report. During an interview with police, he reportedly admitted to having unlawful physical contact with a teen. Zachary Damian Key, 19, now faces an additional charge of statutory rape. For more, see the March 15 issue…

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  • 08

    Dinner with the Doctor Jan. 8

    All day

         Dinner with the Doctor, Monday, January 8, begins with a delicious meal of three delicious winter soups, sandwich varieties, pita bread and hummus, and a tasty dessert. Following the meal, Mike Hollie, MD, will answer the question, “Why Do We Get Sick, and What We Can Do About It.” Participants will learn principles of health and how to fight off infections. Dr. Hollie will take questions at the end of the presentation. Everything is free and everyone is welcome. The event will take place at 6:00 p.m. at the Dunlap Adventist Christian School Gym, 105 Apache Lane. For more information, call 949-8211. T1

  • 08

    Sequatchie Youth Association to meet

    All day

    The Sequatchie County Youth Association will be holding a meeting on Monday, January 8 at the John Griswold Recreation Park at 6:00 p.m. inside the concession stand complex. Please enter from the West Valley Road entrance. Items to be discussed will be the upcoming season and unfinished business. Anyone wishing to be involved in youth baseball or softball is strongly encouraged to attend any meeting being held. Any input and involvement would be greatly appreciated. T1

  • 09

    Fredonia community not meeting in January

    All day

        The January monthly meeting for the Fredonia Community Center will not be held. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month.

  • 13

    Fundraiser at Daus community center

    All day

    A chili and soup supper will be held Saturday, January 13 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Daus Community Center. They will be serving hotdogs, chili, soup, drinks and dessert for $6 a plate. All proceeds go toward the community center and Southend Volunteer Fire Department. For more information, call 949-3586 or 949-3296. T2

  • 26

    Rebound Club having fundraiser

    All day

    Sequatchie County High School will have a BBQ fundraiser on Friday, January 26 before the Bledsoe County home basketball game. Plates are $6.00 and serving will start at 4:30. All funds go to the SCHS Rebound Club to support the SCHS basketball program. T3S4

  • 28

    Bluegrass Band to perform at New Hope Church

    All day

        New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church will be hosting the Bethel University Bluegrass Band on Sunday, January 28 at 10:30 a.m. This award-winning group from McKenzie, Tennessee will lead the worship service, followed by a soup and sandwich luncheon in the fellowship hall. New Hope is located at 176 East Valley Road, near the Sequatchie/Marion County line. For more information, call 949-3951.