Week of November 18, 2018

LX565 NEW HOLLAND SKID STEER – like new, 280 hours, excellent condition, buy half the price of a new one, $21,500. 423/949-4080. Dunlap. BS47-48 HAY FOR SALE – 4×5 rolls, $25. 423/413-3866. BS47 55-GALLON METAL BARRELS – non-removable lid, 2/$5; removable lid, $10. Monday-Thursday, 423/881-3231. BS47-48 FOR RENT – Reed Rentals Storage Building behind Family…

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Weather fails to stop county’s veteran support

Cold and rainy weather conditions forced a change to Veterans Day plans in Sequatchie County on November 12, but the community still showed its support over the past week. Veterans Day, November 11, was observed a day later this year due to falling on Sunday. For more, see the November 15 issue of The Dunlap…

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Fall Festival is Saturday

From a womanless beauty contest to karaoke featuring Merle Dog, the Sequatchie County Fall Festival on November 17 has something for everyone. The day-long event at Sequatchie County High School benefits the county’s emergency services and is sponsored by Sequatchie County Emergency Management and the Sequatchie County-Dunlap Chamber of Commerce. For more, see the November…

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Week of November 11, 2018

HOMEMAKER – 37.5 hrs/week. $9.50/hr. Care for elderly, young adults, chronic or terminally ill, convalescing & disabled. Routine household tasks: dust, mop, sweep, linens, trash, laundry, iron, mend, cook, assist with personal cleanliness/hygiene, shopping, errands, appointments. Must live in McMinn, Polk or Meigs County. Email: ksmithers@partnershipfca.com. Call 423/697-3811. TS46 NAIL GUN NAILS IN DUO-FAST –…

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Large crowd shows support for Layne

The majority of people filling Griffith Elementary School’s multipurpose room November 6 appeared to show support for reinstatement of Tommy Layne as Sequatchie County High School Principal. Questions remain following the Board of Education’s monthly meeting, as the Board and Director of Schools took no action on the matter. For more, see the November 8…

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Veterans gave a portion of their lives for future generations

Charles Clifton, 87, spent time in Germany several years after World War II, when the threat from the Soviet Union continued to grow. In 1945, Gene Hixson, 91, volunteered for the U.S. Navy. “When you turned 18, they’d probably draft you,” Hixson said. “I felt I needed to get involved, anyway, so I went ahead and…

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Wilba Jean Nelson

Wilba Jean Nelson, 74, of Woodstock, Georgia passed away Friday, October 26, 2018 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. She retired from the Kroger Company as a cake decorator and was a member of the Eagle’s Club in Chattanooga. She was preceded in death by her husband, A.L. “Tony” Nelson; parents, Wilburn Rudolph…

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Wanda Douglas

Wanda Millard Douglas, 69, of Pikeville, died Friday, November 2, 2018.     She was preceded in death by her parents, Willie and Opal Smith Millard; brothers, Marvin and Ellis Millard; and sister, Phyllis Walters. Mrs. Douglas is survived by her husband of 52 years, Gary Douglas; daughter, Dawn (Darron) Cook and her grandson who…

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Richard Caldwell

Richard Ottis Caldwell, Sr., age 80, of Dunlap, passed away November 4, 2018 at Memorial Healthcare System. He was born April 20, 1938 in Daus, Tennessee, to Paul and Mary Bell LeVan Caldwell, Sr. who preceded him in death. At a young age of 22, he married his love, Christine Phillips, on August 31, 1960.…

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Week of November 4, 2018

BATTERIES STARTING AT $54.99 – Auto, truck, motorcycle, tractor, lawnmower. 1-year warranty. Veteran discount. New 18-month warranty batteries, $103 each. 423/881-4211. BS45-46 FOR RENT – Reed Rentals Storage Building behind Family Restaurant. Call 447-7046, 802-4421, 580-3842. BS45 HAY FOR SALE – 4×5 round bales, in barn, $25 each. Best call after 3 p.m. 718-4534. BS45-46…

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