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Wednesday January 5, 2011



No. 25/Vol. 153



Just A Pinch ~ Page 6A Society ~ Page 6A Classifieds ~ Pages 10-12A Farm News ~ Page 16A Obituaries ~ Page 4A Sports ~ Pages 7A


Looking Back At 2010!

Sheriff Wilson conducts a tour of a new jail pod (which is a large jail cell designed to hold up to 20 inmates).

Citizens Get First Class Tour New C.J.C. Facility Between 300 and 400 people enjoyed a tour of our newly constructed Justice Center during the open house last Sunday. As the News reported, in early December, the court system moved into the new building. This freed up space which has not gone to waste, by the way! The county’s Extension Office and the Chamber of Commerce have since moved into the courthouse, and others are expected to

move into that building soon, as well! However, curiosity has been up about the new building, and so the open house was a welcome opportunity for many to assuage that curiosity. People were treated to a tour of court facilities, in addition to being welcomed into the new jail facilities. According to Jason Rich, “Everyone really wanted to see the new jail.”

instead. Fortunately, Fielder survived his injuries and appears to be healing well. Trooper Long reported that he had called to check on Fielder on January 3, and that Fielder had already

Finding the entrance to the new jail may seem a daunting task at first. This is because the entrance to the jail, and to the sheriff’s office, is not accessed through the front doors of the new Justice Center. One must follow the access road around to the back parking lot in order to enter the jail portion of the building. Visitors were treated to an all access tour of the empty jail, including areas that most free civilians never have the opportunity to see. For instance, visitors were allowed to see the tower, which is control central for the jail. From the tower, which is an elevated room full of T.V. monitors and electronic controls, every part of the new facility is monitored. Access to secure doors and communications with both inmates and jailers is also handled from this central location. Jailers working in the tower can

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Hit And Run Accident Seriously Injures Lutts Man On December 24, Christmas Eve, a Lutts man was hit by a car and left for dead while walking on Highway 69. According to Trooper Phillip Long, Tim Fielder, 49, of 9511 HWY 69, was walking down the road he lives on when the incident occurred. Prior to the accident, however, the highway patrol’s dispatch office received two calls indicating that a man was walking in the road. Trooper Long indicated that Fielder had an “intoxicating smell” when he arrived. This may explain why he had been walking “in” the road. The third call dispatch received reported that the man, Fielder, had been hit. Fielder was seriously injured, but helicopters were unable to fly due to weather conditions. The rain and sleet prevented him from being air evacuated, so an ambulance was called

The year 2010 had many ups and downs as the residents of Wayne County suffered through the ravages of severe weather, indicted a number of people for murder, and enjoyed the triumphs of success in many areas. Throughout the year, we saw successful community growth and development as unemployment rates dropped from 15.6% in January down to 11.1% in November of 2010, representing a decrease of 4.5%. Weather in 2010 began with a terrible cold snap that closed schools, caused accidents, and busted pipes across the county, even a water faucet outside of the Waynesboro Water Dept. That busted pipe sent water shooting into the air in a plume of water that reached the roofs of surrounding buildings. Snow drifts were reported by NOAA to have ranged from 18-24 inches during the January 29 storm! By May, however, the ice had long since turned to rain, as the weather once more ravaged residents with epic record-breaking floods. Homes,

been given the support they needed to combat a variety of addictions. Finally, in January 2010 the Collinwood Middle School Trojanettes made it to the championship playoffs for the 20092010 year, playing in the James C. Haile State Tournament after an undefeated season! With February came news of a deal that would bring hope to many Wayne County families when it was revealed that ClearFuels Technology, Inc. had signed on to develop a refinery in Collinwood, creating fifty new jobs in the area. “This is great on so many levels,” said Wayne County Executive Jason Rich. “It’s a huge capital investment in our community that’s going to create high-quality jobs and will benefit Hughes Hardwood, our timber industry, our residents, and our economy as a whole.” The $200,000,000 project is expected to break ground later this year (2011). Also in February, Robert Vencion replaced Jimmy Turnbow as Waynesboro City Mayor, a position which Vencion had held in the past, as well. Then, in March, Wayne (Continued On Page Two)

Single Vehicle Accident Injures Three

Grand Jury Returns Indictments Against Ten Indictments from the Wayne County Grand Jury were filed with the circuit court clerk’s office on November 22 for ten felonies and ten misdemeanors. Guy Smith was indicted on the charge of Attempted Second Degree Murder (B Felony) for allegedly hitting his victim in the head with a metal object repeatedly in November of 2009. Patrick James Venturi was indicted for Domestic Assault (A Misdemeanor) for allegedly hitting and choking his girlfriend in September 2010. Chad Bradley was

indicted for Simple Possession Schedule VI (A Misdemeanor), Possession Drug Paraphernalia (A Misdemeanor), Simple Possession Schedule II (A Misdemeanor), Failure to Appear (E Felony), and five counts of Forgery (E Felony) for allegedly using illegal drugs, writing five checks from another person’s account without permission, and failing to appear for his court date. Abbie Butler was indicted for D U I (A Misdemeanor) for a September offense. Sandy J. Dugger was (Continued On Page Two)

On December 29, three were injured when their 2006 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup truck ran off the road. According to Sgt. Jeff Webb, the driver, 15-yearold Jamison Brewer, was driving with a Learner’s Permit. Next to him, in the passenger seat, sat his father, Jamie Brewer. In the backseat sat Preston Casteel, Jamison’s 14-year-old cousin. At approximately 2 P.M., the trio was traveling west bound on HWY 64 when the right tire slipped off the

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businesses, and even roads were damaged by the deluge. Wayne County roads were estimated to have been damaged in excess of $1.5 million dollars. So, let’s begin with January. Sadness filled the hearts of many as men and women from the 278th National Guard Unit returned to Iraq following a six day Christmas leave that had allowed them to return home to their waiting families. The troops would not return home again until the middle of the summer. Also in January, the tragic story of Rose Goggins’ disappearance and subsequent murder began with an Amber Alert that was issued for the “missing” woman. Her body was later discovered, and the couple suspected of murdering her was indicted later in March. Both remain in the Wayne County Jail today as they await their upcoming trials. Wayne County Helping Hands, a volunteer organization dedicated to helping people overcome addiction, also began in January 2010. Through their tireless efforts over the past year, many Wayne County residents have

road onto the shoulder. Jamison Brewer overcorrected, sending the truck skidding off the north side of the road, hitting construction barrels as it went before it came back onto the road and overturned multiple times. At some point during the commotion, Casteel was “ejected from the back seat.” When Sgt. Webb arrived, Casteel appeared to be the most seriously injured of the three. He was airlifted to Vanderbilt Hospital in

Nashville, while Jamison Brewer was transported by ambulance to Wayne Medical Center. His father, Jamie Brewer, was transported in a personal vehicle to the hospital. No charges have been pressed at this time, and all three have since returned home where they are recovering.

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indicted for Child Abuse and Neglect (D Felony). Timothy Kilburn was indicted for five counts of Forgery (E Felony) and for one count of Issuing a Worthless Check (A Misdemeanor) for allegedly writing a check on a closed account and then writing

five checks from another person’s account without permission. Van S. Lafevers was indicted on four charges of Aggravated Assault (C Felony) for allegedly purposefully running his vehicle into another vehicle containing four individuals. Michael Matlock was indicted on four counts

of Aggravated Assault (C Felony), one count Assault (AMisdemeanor), and one count Arson (C Felony) for allegedly trying to run over four people, punching one person, and setting fire to a residence. Christy Pennington was indicted for Initiation of Process to Manufacture Methamphetamine (B Felony). Larry N. Pigg was indicted for DUI (A Misdemeanor), Vehicular Assault (D Felony), Simple Possession Schedule II (A Misdemeanor), and Driving on Wrong Side of Road (C Misdemeanor) for allegedly driving under the influence and causing an traffic accident which led to another person’s serious injury.

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County High School’s basketball teams, both Lady Cats and Cats, made it to the state tournament playoffs. Still in March, the explosive powers of methamphetamine production resulted in tragedy. There is a reminder about the explosive potential involved in meth production within almost every story the News writes. That danger was clearly evident when a Waynesboro man was seriously injured in a Meth lab explosion. Finally, finishing up the month of March in style, Wayne Medical Center EMS Received the 2010 Bob Thomas Advanced Life Support

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Service Award. “I could not be more proud of our EMS team,” director Greg Eaton said of the accomplishment. April brought with it changes in the landscape of local politics as C. Seth Sumner replaced Dana Deem as Clifton City Manager. Clifton Mayor (at the time) Sherri Linville said, “We (the Board of Commissioners) are very excited to have him as our new City Manager. Through the interview process and now in his third week, you can see his contagious enthusiasm for the job and for the community.” Also in April, another tragedy resulting in the death of a Wayne County man began when Buddy Griggs was reported “misssing.” After officers were led to a steep embankment off the Buttermilk Ridge Road in the northwest corner of Wayne County where portions of a human skeleton were found just 15 feet off the road, Griggs’ ex-wife Krystal Cummins and her husband Chris Cummins were indicted for the murder. That couple is still being held in Wayne County Jail as they await their trials. In what could have resulted in a late April tragedy, Highway 64 collapsed near the Hardin County line, causing a part of the east-bound

lane to drop a shocking eight feet. The damages were discovered in the dark of night by an unfortunate motorist who drove off the edge, damaging his vehicle but luckily leaving him relatively unscathed. May brought with it a new fire truck for the Cypress Inn VFD, all thanks to a $175,750 grant and the hard work of those who prepared it! In June Collinwood’s Welcome Center became the “Gateway to Nashville’s Trace” with a dedication of new trails on the Natchez Trace. July was a time of great

activity as Collinwood 1314 All-Stars placed 2nd in the state during the Dixie Youth Tournament. Later in the month, Collinwood 13-15 Softball All-Stars were state runners-up in championship playoffs. Still in July, the Fast Pass boating rally brought much needed tourism to Clifton, not to mention lots of shiny boats! And, finally, wrapping up the month of July with heartwarming hugs and kisses from relieved family members and grateful community members, the 278th returned home from their Iraq deployment. “We are (Continued On Page Three)


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extremely pleased to welcome these brave soldiers home earlier than planned,” Maj. Gen. Max Haston, Tennessee’s Adjutant General said of their early return. August brought about more change in local politics as elections led to Billy Joe Martin replacing Jeff Minatra in the role of Road Superintendent. Then, on August 13, fear raced through the community when Mercury was discovered in Beech Creek sediment, leading to a public advisory. “We will be collecting fish and working with the Department of Health to analyze fish tissue for the presence of mercury,” said Paul Davis, Director of the department’s Division of Water Pollution Control. “Until we have that data, we think it best that people not eat fish from the creek.” A much needed phone tower brightened up our cloudy September days as AT&T activated a new tower in Wayne County, improving service along the HWY 64 corridor. Then, still in September, Wayne County earned three-star certification from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development for excellence in community development. Finally, wrapping up the month of September, Clifton celebrated the Civil War Trails Marker Dedication with dignitaries and cannon fire. In October, the City of Waynesboro Water Department received the governor’s commendation for service during the record breaking floods which damaged the plant in May. Then in November, the city of Waynesboro was awarded a $500,000 grant to improve the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Later in November, following up on the mercury scare, over 50 mercury contaminated bridges were identified as the source of the elemental mercury contaminating Beech Creek sediment. Finally, ending November on an upbeat note, Tyler Rice earned the Mr. Football title from Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association (TSSAA) and the Tennessee Titans. Kicking off the busy month of December, Tommy Boyd replaced Sherri Linville in the role of Clifton City Mayor. Next, the much anticipated Wayne County Justice Center opened its doors for business on December 6th. Then, Wayne County Economic and Community Development (E.C.D) earned a 2010 Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence (TNCPE) Award. And, finally, ending the year on a note of accomplishment, the Waynesboro Police Department received

the 2011 Edward Bryan Justice Assistance Grant for Law Enforcement Equipment, allowing them to purchase new digital radios for the Waynesboro Police Department. Through ups and downs, accomplishments and tragedies, Wayne Countians proved their strength, ingenuity, and desire to achieve! May the new year be just as fruitful as the last.

W’boro P.D. Conducts Undercover Operation A Lewis County woman was arrested by Waynesboro police on Monday, January 3, for Sale of Schedule IV Controlled Substance, which is a D Felony. Sarah Jennifer Mei-

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Assisted Living To Offer Matter Of Balance Classes Wayne County’s Assisted Living Center once again offer “Matter of Balance” classes beginning on Wednesday, January 19 at 2 P.M. The eight-week series is designed to help people over age 50 learn ways to live and move more safely, improve their balance, and have less fear of falling. More than one-third

USDA Announces Assistance Pgrm. Begins Jan. 10th Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the sign-up period for the 2009 crop year Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments (SURE) program begins on Jan. 10, 2011. SURE is one of five disaster programs included in the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 that provides assistance to farmers and ranchers who have suffered losses due to natural disasters. “This program provides a tremendous amount of assistance to producers who have suffered from natural disasters, and is part of the ‘safety net’ designed to assist farmers and ranchers who feed America and the world,” Vilsack said. “USDA encourages producers who suffered losses during the 2009 crop year to visit their local FSA office to learn more about the SURE program.” To be eligible for SURE a farm must have: At least a 10 percent production loss on a crop of economic significance; A policy or plan of insurance under the Federal Crop Insurance Act or the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) for all economically significant crops; Been physically located in a county that was declared a primary disaster county or contiguous county by the Agriculture Secretary under a Secretarial Disaster Designation. Without a Secretarial Disaster Designation, individual producers may be eligible if the actual production on the farm is less than 50 percent of the normal production on the farm due to a natural disaster. Producers considered socially disadvantaged, a beginning farmer or rancher, or a limited resource farmer may be eligible for SURE without a policy or plan of insurance or NAP coverage. For more information on the 2009 SURE program, visit any FSA county office or http:// USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer and lender. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Stop 9410, Washington, DC 202509410. or call toll-free at (866) 632-9992 (English) or (800) 877-8339 (TDD) or (866) 3778642 (English Federal – relay) or (800) 8456136 (Spanish Federalrelay). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

of adults 65 years and older fall each year. In Tennessee, people aged 65 and older are 1213% of the population, but represent 69% of individuals admitted to the hospital with a fall. The most common fractures from falls are of the vertebrae, hip, forearm, leg, ankle, pelvis, upper arm and hand. And none of them are fun! “A Matter of Balance” was developed at the University of Boston and has been used to help prevent falls in other states. Each class will be about 1½ hours and will have discussion, information,

a snack break, and after the introductory classes, gentle exercise sessions. Each participant will be given a handbook to keep for future reference. The classes are free to the public and offered by the Wayne County Assisted Living, Natural Bridge Yoga, and the Tennessee Department of Health Division of Emergency Medical Services Integrated Core Injury Surveillance, Prevention, and Control Program. Classes will continue each Wednesday at 2 through March 9th. If you are interested in attending the classes, please pre-register by calling 722-2000.

senheimer, 36, was taken into custody in her home county and transported back to Wayne County, where the offense had originally taken place. According to Chief Keith Reeves, the illegal sale occurred during an undercover operation conducted by the Waynesboro Police Department back in November. Meisenheimer sold a prescription medication, Xanax, to an undercover officer at a restaurant in Waynesboro. Meisenheimer’s car was also seized and will be examined for evidence. She is currently being held in the Wayne County

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Boyce Edward (Hawk) Prater of Waynesboro, TN, formerly of the Beech Creek Community, was born May 3, 1942 in Wayne County, Tennessee, the son of the late John Wesley and Alice Jane Graham Prater. Mr. Prater was a farmer. He departed this life on Tuesday, December 28, at the age of 68 years. In addition to his parents, Mr. Prater was preceded in death by a brother, Leon Prater; two sisters, Jane Evelyn Prater and Mary Ellen Pope; Grandparents, Columbus Graham, Mary Hill Graham Holt, and John and Priscilla Prater. He is survived by two brothers, Wayne Prater and Fay Prater both of Waynesboro, TN; two sisters, Oda Mae Pevahouse of Clifton, TN, and Betty Frazier of Waynesboro, TN; several nieces and nephews. Services were held on Thursday, December 30, 2010 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Directors Chapel in Waynesboro, with Jimmy Pearcy officiating. Burial followed in the Prater’s Chapel Cemetery, Clifton, Tennessee. Pallbearers were Mark Pevahouse, Matthew Ray, Daryl Prater, Keith Pope, Wesley Prater, Johathan Buie and Daniel Prater. Jan. 5-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Jan. 5, 2011

Dannie Frank Melson Dannie Frank Melson of Double Springs, AL, formerly of Lutts, TN, was born June 29, 1948 in Lutts, the son of the late Frank and Nona Eaton Melson. Mr. Melson was retired from Brown Shoe Company in Savannah, TN and was a member of the Lutts Methodist Church in Lutts. Mr. Melson departed this life on Saturday, January 1, 2011 at his home at the age of 62 Years. He is survived by two brothers, Ronnie Melson of Double Springs, AL and Lancie Melson of Florence, AL. Services were held on Tuesday, January 4 at 11 A.M. at Shackelford Funeral Directors Chapel in Collinwood, Tennessee, with Anthony Potts officiating. Burial was in the Cromwell Crossroads Cemetery, Collinwood. Jan. 5-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Jan. 5, 2011

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We, the family of Jeff Pitts would like to express our sincere heartfelt appreciation to each and everyone of our family and friends for your most kind expression of sympathy during our loss. Your kindness and support will always be remembered and may the kindness you’ve shown be returned to you.

Ralph Webb Services for Ralph Webb were conducted Tuesday, January 4, 2011 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home in Collinwood, Tennessee, with Chad Balentine officiating. Burial followed in Lutts Cemetery. Mr. Webb departed this life on Sunday, January 2, at his residence near Collinwood, at the age of 72 Years. He was born April 17, 1938 in Cloverdale, Alabama the son of the late William Jeff and Gladys Lorene Myhan Webb. He was united in marriage to Jeanie Herston on July 22, 1991. Mr. Webb worked for the postal service and was an auctioneer. He was a member of the Lutts Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife Jeanie Herston Webb of Collinwood; a son, Randel Webb of Waynesboro, TN, and step-son, Jerry Thompson of Cypress Inn, TN; grandchildren, Ryan Webb and Amber Griggs; step-grandchildren, Jeremy Skipworth, Destiny Thompson, Austin Thompson and Brianna Harrison; great-grandchild; Kellie Griggs and step-great-grandchild; Jake Skipworth; two brothers, Bobby Webb of Waynesboro, and James Marshall Webb of Memphis, TN; a sister, Peggy Brewer of Collinwood. Jan. 5-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Jan. 5, 2011

New Officers Installed For W’boro Lodge Ray Pulley, P.M./Treasurer of the Waynesboro Lodge #127 Free and Accepted Masons announces the election and installation of the 2011 officers. Dustin Kilburn, Worshipful Master, invites all new and old members

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Local Residents Receive Degrees At UT Martin Several Wayne County residents were among students who received degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin during the recent fall commencement held in Kathleen and Tom Elam Center on the UT Martin campus. The students receiving undergraduate degrees were: Amber Gail Pickett of Clifton; Wesley Lucas Butler of Collinwood; and Mary Lauren Anderson of Waynesboro.


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of Forage Meetings in Southern Middle Tennessee. The Lawrence County Meeting is set for Monday, January 10th. The meeting will be held at the International Crossroads of Dixie Antique Tractor Club and start at 6 P.M. Dr. Bates will provide an update on the latest forage information and research. Also on the agenda will be UT Extension Farm Management Specialist, John Campbell and TSU Cooperative Extension Agronomist, Dr. Jason P. de Koff. Mr. Campbell will cover the latest cost of production in forages. Dr. de Koff will discuss Switchgrass Production for Biofuel. The Giles County and Maury County Meetings will be held on Tuesday, January 11th. The Giles County Meeting will begin at 7 A.M. at the Giles County Extension Office. The Maury County Meeting will begin at 10:30 A.M. at the Maury County Farm Service Agency Office. Dr. Bates and John Campbell will be providing the same programs at each

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also see the cells through a very large one way window that comprises much of the rounded room’s walls. The very large kitchen and the laundry facilities were also available for visitors to see, but the highlight for many was the very modern jail cells. In the new building, the jail cells are laid out to be more spacious, even though they are more secure than cells in the old building were. Inmates are housed in “pods” that are named after U.S. states. In each pod, there are up to twenty beds. Each pod is laid out similar to a dorm. There is a row of bunk beds along the top floor, and inmates may descend the stairs to the floor level where there are more bunk beds. In addition,

however, the lower level has four tables with seats that are secured to the floor. There are also two phones in each pod. One phone is a video phone, which allows the inmate to see the person to whom they are speaking and vice versa. This is for use when someone comes to the jail to speak with an inmate. The other phone in each pod is a traditional phone that allows the inmate to

call outside of the prison through the use of a prepaid phone card. “We’re really proud of our new jail,” said B.J. Eaton, Administrative Assistant for Sheriff Ric Wilson, of the new facilities. The new facility, including jail cells, offices, and courtrooms, is certainly something Wayne County can be proud of.

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A. Itemized deductions include mortgage interest, charitable deductions, medical and dental expenses as well as state and local taxes (add link to Schedule A). In addition, itemized deductions include the state and local general sales tax deduction that was also extended and which primarily benefits people living in areas without state and local income taxes. Because of late Congressional action to enact tax law changes, anyone who itemizes and files a Schedule A will need to wait to file until mid- to late February. Taxpayers claiming the Higher Education Tuition and Fees Deduction must also wait. This deduction for parents and students – covering up to $4,000 of tuition and fees paid to a post-secondary institution – is claimed on Form 8917. However, the IRS emphasized that there will be no delays for millions of parents and students who claim other education credits, including the American Opportunity Tax Credit extended last month and the Lifetime Learning Credit.

The final group that must wait to file are those Claiming the Educator Expense Deduction. This deduction is for kindergarten through grade 12 educators with out-of-pocket classroom expenses of up to $250. However, with the three day extension, it is hoped that all will still be able to submit their taxes. BID NOTICE The Wayne County Highway Department will accept bids for the first quarter for the 2011 year, for the following items: Asphalt (will be bid on 3 month intervals) RS-2 (will be bid on 3 month intervals) AE-P (will be bid on 3 month intervals) Bids will be opened and read aloud at 10:00 A.M. Friday, January 14, 2011. Bids must be sealed and marked “First Quarter 2011 Bid.” Bids may be mailed to the Wayne County Highway Department, P.O. Box 472, Waynesboro, TN 38485 or delivered to the Highway Department office at 315 Hog Creek Road, by the above mentioned date and time. Bids will be awarded by January 17, 2011. Billy Joe Martin, Wayne County Road Superintendent reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids in the best interest of the Wayne County Highway Department and Wayne County. Bid Specifications may be picked up at the Wayne County Highway Department office. Jan. 5-12-(ojb) NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2010PR-81 In the Matter of the Estate of: Ronald D Victory, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on December 20, 2010, Letters of Administration, in respect to the Estate of Ronald D Victory, deceased, who died 9/24/2010, were issued to the undersigned by the Wayne County Chancery Court of Wayne County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non-resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against his Estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above-named Court, within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claim will be forever barred. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Date: December 20, 2010. Patricia C. Victory Administrator Josh Polk Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk Dec. 29, 2010 & Jan. 5, 2011

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BLOOD DRIVE Waynesboro Church of Christ Wednesday, January 12th 12:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M. Located in the Gym To schedule your appointment log onto and enter sponsor code: Waynesboro 19 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred under that Promissory Note and Deed of Trust dated November 10, 2009, and recorded in Record Book No. 124, page 563, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Jeff Johns and wife, Melody Johns, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to the Wayne County Bank. Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, default has been made under the aforesaid Deed of Trust and under the note secured by the same more than thirty (30) days, and the said Wayne County Bank, the owner and holder of said note has ordered the foreclosure by the said George G. Gray, Trustee, of the Deed of Trust, executed to secure the same. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee, will on Thursday, January 27, 2011, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: Three (3) certain tracts or parcels of land lying and being situated in the 3rd Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: TRACT NO. 1: BEGINNING at the Southwest corner of the original tract of which this is a part a common corner with DePriest; thence with road North 61 degrees West 100.00 feet; thence North 40 degrees 56’ 29.8” East 307.46 feet to a stake; thence North 44 degrees 07’ 35.6” West 440.70 feet to a stake in Riley’s Southeast boundary line; thence with said line as follows; North 35 degrees East 60.00 feet, North 39 degrees East 198.00 feet, North 36 degrees East 119 feet, North 47 degrees East 245.00 feet, North 37 degrees East 300 feet, North 33 degrees East 200.00 feet, North 21 degrees East 245.00 feet, North 37 degrees East 100.00 feet, North 60 degrees 100 feet, North 47 degrees East 242.00 feet to the Northwest corner of the original tract; thence South 87 degrees East 192.00 feet; thence with new line and ridge South 38 degrees East 179.00 feet, South 30 degrees East 62.00 feet to a stake; thence South 43 degrees 43’ 02” West 1379.10 feet to a stake; thence South 51 degrees 40’ 47” East 255.70 feet; thence down hollow as follows: South 32 degrees West 25.00 feet, South 17 degrees West 81.00 feet, South 39 degrees 32’ 17” West 95.20 feet, South 46 degrees 31’ 47” West 99.90 feet, South 61 degrees 35’ 10” West 92.30 feet, South 31 degrees 34’ 26” West 140.80 feet, South 81 degrees 48’ 46” West 54.20 feet, South 30 degrees 34’ 26” West 100.60 feet, South 04 degrees 56’ 00” East 69.30 feet, South 43 degrees 31’ 50” West 100.10 feet to the beginning, containing 17.40 acres more or less. This conveyance is made subject to restrictions, covenants and easements that are applicable to the above described property, and of record, and to all zoning restrictions and regulations of the appropriate governmental body. TRACT NO. 2: BEGINNING on a stake in a county road, same being Northeast corner of a tract of land conveyed to James David Ford by deed of Reed Depriest et ux, of record in Deed Book 78, page 43, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and runs thence with his line and county road North 50 degrees West 352.00 feet, North 61 degrees West 74.00 feet to a stake, the Southeast corner of Tract No.1; thence up a hollow North 45 degrees East passing an iron stake at 25.00 feet, in all 100.00 feet North 4 degrees West 68.00 feet, North 32 degrees 100.00 feet, North 83 degrees East 55.00 feet, North 33 degrees East 140.00 feet, North 63 degrees East 93.00 feet, North 48 degrees 100.00 feet, North 41 degrees East 95.00 feet, north 17 degrees 81.00 feet, North 32 degrees East 47.00 feet, North 71 degrees 435.00 feet, North 39

degrees East 100.00 feet, North 24 degrees East 100.00 feet, North 31 degrees 200.00 feet, North 52 degrees East 539.00 feet to a corner on the ridge and in the West boundary of Tract No. 5, thence with the ridge and the West boundary of Tract Nos. 5 and 3 the following calls: South 26 degrees East 186.00 feet, South 8 degrees East 166.00 feet, South 18 degrees West 135.00 feet, South 10 degrees West 220.00 feet, South 22 degrees West 100.00 feet, South 25 degrees 235.00 feet, South 44 degrees West 298.00 feet, South 66 degrees 100.00 feet, South 55 degrees West 363.00 feet, South 33 degrees West 84.00 feet, South 36 degrees West 375.00 feet, South 75 degrees West passing an iron pin at 75.00 feet, in all 100.00 feet to the center of county road; thence North 50 degrees West 196.00 feet to the point of beginning containing 28 acres, more or less, according to survey of Thomas A. Lawson, Registered Land Surveyor No. 650, dated April 12, 1979. This property is subject to a 25 foot road right of way along the South boundary, which is a part of the existing public road and it is excluded from this conveyance. TRACT NO. 3: BEGINNING at a point in the centerline of a county road, the same being a common corner with DePriest, also being the Southeast corner of the original tract of which this is a part; thence North 43 degrees 31’ 50” East 100.10 feet; thence North 04 degrees 56’ West 69.30 feet; thence North 30 degrees 34’ 26” East 100.60 feet; thence North 81 degrees 48’ 46” 54.20 feet; thence North 31 degrees 34’ 26” East 140.80 feet; thence North 61 degrees 35’ 10” East 92.30 feet; thence North 46 degrees 31’ 47” East 99.90 feet; thence North 39 degrees 32’ 17” East 95.20 feet; thence North 17 degrees East 81.00 feet; thence North 32 degrees East 25 feet to a stake; the true point of beginning of this conveyance; thence North 51 degrees 40’ 47” West 255.70 feet to a stake; thence North 43 degrees 43’ 02” East 1379.10 feet to a stake; thence South 30 degrees 00 East 38.00 feet; thence South 52 degrees 00’ East 100.00 feet; thence South 49 degrees East 172.00 feet; thence South 26 degrees East 114.00 feet; thence South 50 degrees 56’ 43” West 534.70 feet; thence South 29 degrees 51’ 20” West 199.80 feet; thence South 22 degrees 51’ 34” 100.20 feet; thence South 37 degrees 52’ 18” West 99.60 feet; thence South 70 degrees 09’ 02” West 429.00 feet; thence South 32 degrees West 22.00 feet to the beginning, containing 10.70 acres. Together with a roadway right of way easement twentyfive (25) feet in width, with the South boundary of said roadway right of way easement following the line described above from the centerline of branch (spring), the same being a common corner with DePriest, to the point of true beginning of this conveyance. Said roadway right of way easement is for the purpose of ingress and egress to the property conveyed herein. This being the real property conveyed to Jeff Johns and wife, Melody Johns, by deed of Earl McNees and wife, Bridget McNees, dated November 10, 2009, and recorded in Record Book No. 124, page 557, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM January 5, 12, 19, 2011


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Robson, Morgan Tomlinson, Karliegh Davis, Savannah Plunk, Karissa Reeves, Preston Ray, Annie Beckham, Kennedy Smith, and Cooper Haines. The blue ribbon winners are now in the county competition. was the focus. For the month of speaking Once again every 5th November, public grader presented a speech on their career choice. The speeches were presented so well that ALL ribbon winners (blue, red and “It’s A GIRL�

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‘Cats, Lady Cats Win Over Hampshire The final night of holiday basketball found the WCHS teams matched up with the teams from Hampshire in the Santa Fe Booster Club Holiday Classic last Tuesday night. The Lady Cats found no challenge in the contest, coming out with a 76 – 11 win, as all of the players got significant playing time. The Wildcats came away with a 60 – 35 win to go to 9 – 5 on the year. The Lady Cats now boast a 13 – 1 record. Both teams return to action Tuesday at Lewis County, then travel to Collinwood Friday and Hardin

County on Tuesday of next week. Against the Lady Hawks, the Ladycats allowed four points in the opening quarter and led 22 – 4 at that point. They completely shut down the Hampshire team in the second period and led 38 – 4 at the half. They finished with a matching 38 points in the second half as all fourteen Lady Cat players scored. Samantha Bell was the only Lady Cat in double figures with 14 points. She had 2 rebounds and 2 assists. Sophomore post Taylor Hatcher came off the bench to hit

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for 9 points and had 4 rebounds, while freshman Kelli Griggs hit for 8 points and had a rebound. Kelsey Risner scored 7 points and had 2 boards, a block, and an assist. Carly Daniel and Taylor Ann Skelton each scored 6 points. Daniel had 5 rebounds, a block, a steal, and an assist, and Skelton had 2 boards, a steal, and 2 assists. Sam Skelton, Tori Reed, Stacey Creecy, and Hayley Inman each scored 4 points. Skelton had a steal, Reed had 2 boards and 4 steals, Creecy had 2 rebounds, a steal, and an assist, and Inman had 4 rebounds. Liz Daniel and Mary Milam each scored 3 points. Daniel had 2 rebounds, 2 steals, and an assist, and Milam had 3 boards, 2 steals, and an assist. Morgan Mathis and Kristen Crews each scored a basket for the Lady Cats. Crews had 2 rebounds, and Mathis had a rebound, a steal, and an assist. The Lady Cats hit 49.2% from the field compared to Hampshire’s 10.8%. They forced 27 Lady Hawk turnovers. The Wildcats jumped out to a 18 – 9 lead and never looked back in route to the 60 – 35 win. Peyton Mathis had the hot hand, hitting 4 three pointers and finishing with 18 points. Stevie Beckham hit three long range shots and was 4 of 4 from the line for 14 points. Tyler Rice scored 11 points, and Micah Brantley added 6. Hagan Edwards scored 4 points, and Justin Melson added 3. Jaylen Bevis and Chad Young each had a basket for the ‘Cats. Follow the teams on the road to Collinwood and Savannah and come out as they host Perry County on the 14th. “Work hard ‘Cats and Lady Cats!” - - -Submitted

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Glenkirk Landing Subject Of Wayne Co. Historical Meeting The Fall meeting of the Historical Society was held at Riverside United Methodist Church near Clifton on Sunday, September 19, 2010, at 2 p.m. President Bob Rains called the meeting to order, gave the invocation, and led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance. He then introduced Ermadine Riley, who organized the meeting. Mrs. Riley welcomed everyone and introduced Warren Miller. Mr. Miller introduced Fred Culp, Gibson County, TN, Historian, as the guest speaker. Mr. Culp is a retired history teacher from Peabody High School in Trenton, TN.

Fred Culp, Gibson County Historian, shared his memories and research done by Ermadine Riley on the history of Glenkirk Landing near Clifton. Remarks by Fred Culp: “Although I have never lived in Wayne County, I feel as if I have. Many of my Culp relatives were born and died in this area of the county. My father’s twin brother, Dr. Ed Culp, was killed in Clifton several years ago. My oldest sister, Estelle, was born on Little Beech Creek, a short distance from this spot, 98 years ago next month. She weighed all of two pounds. She was born at what was called the Martin Box, the former homeplace of Martin Warren, a blacksmith. Ironically, that sister’s oldest son married a great-granddaughter of Martin Warren (Alfred Barker--he is here today). I have two infant brothers buried in the William B. Culp (Buck) Cemetery, along with my Culp grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Great-grandfather and great-grandmother Culp are buried in another family cemetery nearby. Great-great-grandfather Culp is buried in another family cemetery, just over the line in Perry County at Powell’s Hill. “The main subject today

is Glenkirk Landing and the area. How many times have I heard my mother mention the place Glenkirk? Why did the location have such a place in her memory? It was where she was married, that is why. The son of her Uncle Henry Flippo, Cord Flippo, operated a store at Glenkirk. In addition to his merchant duties, he was a justice of the peace, so my mother’s cousin Cord performed the wedding ceremony. A list of marriages performed by Justice of the Peace Cord Flippo from Sept. 1910 to August 1912 has been compiled by Ermadine Riley. It is shown below: H. O. Warren – Carrie Culp, Sept. 4, 1910 L. J. Crutchfield – Bettie Pevahouse, January 7, 1911 Crockett Childers – Eliza Steele, February 7, 1911 Willie Warren – Jody Pevahouse, July 8, 1911 Ben Steele – Ida Mayberry, August 26, 1911 Marvin Weaver – Martha Vanzandt, November 16, 1911 Dolphus Conway – Nina Culp, January 6, 1912 Fred Culp – Carrie Childress, January 18, 1912 George L. Bunch – Nora Steele, February 25, 1912 Ed Riley – Irene Bostic, June 23, 1912 John Morris – Minnie Pope, August 20, 1912 B. S. Culp, Justice of the Peace, married Elvis Lineberry and Nora House, December 22, 1912. “Henry Flippo, the father of Cord Flippo, was an uncle of my mother, a brother of her mother, Mary Jane Flippo Childress. When my mother was born on January 7, 1891, her Uncle Henry was ill with Bright’s Disease. He died soon after in June. According to the story, he wanted to be buried beside the road, near where he lived. Well, the road over time changed in many ways. What happened to Uncle Henry’s grave? During the 1970s, I learned that his gravestone was behind an outbuilding at Mr. Lineberry’s place. Sure enough, there it was. The wording on it was as clear s the day it was purchased. Incidentally, my mother

was named Henry Carrie Ocie Childress.” Research Shared by Ermadine Riley: Where is Glenkirk Landing? “Before getting into what we know about Glenkirk Landing, we need to take a brief look at the condition of the area around the landing at this time. Carrollville, which had been burned and completely destroyed, was in sight only less than a mile up the river. Clifton could also be seen from Glenkirk. Clifton residents were only twenty years into their settlement when it was also devastated during the War Between the States. As Tex Ritter sang the story of the boll weevil, those people were, ‘looking for a home,’ and moving further down the river it seems. The Name “We have heard how Carrollville and Clifton received their names; we now wonder where the name Glenkirk came from. I visited this particular site recently as a guest of Rose Johnsey, current owner of the replica of the Big House (see Stegall and Johnsey sections below), which originally stood near the landing, and her daughter, Priscilla Hornby. We noted the beauty of the view. Rose pointed out that Carrollville and Clifton could be seen further up. She believes that the name Glenkirk has an Irish twist, mentioning that her maiden name, Glynn, was Irish and that Kirk also was Irish. “Upon returning home, I began to pull any source I had that might lead to the answer. Finally, I pulled Webster off the shelf. It describes glen as being a narrow secluded Scottish valley and kirk (Scottish) relating to the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Before TVA revamped the river, the locals described the Glenkirk Island as being closer to the landing. They could reach it on foot. Some cultivated it, as did Marvin Churchwell. Some said a garden grew on the island. This being the case, Glenkirk Landing must have been a narrow passage for the larger boats and barges. We can imagine the name had the Scot-Irish twist. The island was also often referred to as the Glenkirk Toehead. . . .To Be Continued Due To Limited Space, The Remainder Of This Article Will Be Printed In Future Editions!

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FOR SALE: 631 Hurricane Creek Rd., Nice Brick, 3 Bedroom, 2 Full Baths, Hardwood Floors, Nice Fireplace, New Insert, New Sunroom, and New Out Building, Central Heat and Air, $105,000.00, OBO, 1-931-722-3226. Nov. 24-tf-(ojb) FOR SALE: 327 Acres, Carroll Co. TN, Marketable Timber and Hunting Lodge. Heritage Auction and Real Estate TFL#4556 www., 731-925-3534 or 926-3133. Dec. 15-22-29-Jan. 5-(ojb) House FOR SALE: 5010 Sunny Acres Dr., 3 Bedroom, 2 Baths, Central Heating and Air, Large Lot With Creek, $50,000.00, 931-722-5183, 332-5938. Dec. 15-22-29-Jan. 5-P. Firewood FOR SALE: $30.00 4x8, Delivery Available, 7227740. Dec. 22-tf-(ojb) AUCTION: Saturday, January 8, 2011, Tennessee River Waterview Camping/ RV Lot 53, Eagles Landing, Saltillo, TN. 10% Buyers Premium, www.tonyneill. com, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 731-925-3534 or 926-3133. Dec. 29-Jan. 5-(ojb) AUCTION: Saturday, January 8, 2011, Tennessee River Waterfront Camping Lot, Bridgeview Estates, Lot #1, Next to Tennessee River Bridge, Savannah, TN. 10% Buyers Premium,, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 731-925-3534 or 926-3133. Dec. 29-Jan. 5-(ojb)

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AUCTION: Saturday, January 8, 2011, Horse Creek Red Oaks Waterfront Camping Lots #159-160-161162, Teal Road, Savannah, TN. 10% Buyers Premium,, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 731-925-3534 or 926-3133. Dec. 29-Jan. 5-(ojb) Hens and Baby Chickens FOR SALE: If Interested Call 931-332-2062. Dec. 29-Jan. 5-12-19-26-P. AUCTION: Saturday, January 8, 2011, 66 Acres, Hwy. 64, McNairy Co., Hornsby, TN. Woods, Homesites and 14 Acres Cotton Rowcrop, 10% Buyers Premium, www.tonyneill. com, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 731-925-3534 or 926-3133. Dec. 15-22-29-Jan. 5-(ojb) AUCTION: Saturday, January 8, 2011, 2 Waterfront Horse Creek Landing Lots, Savannah, TN, 2½ Acres, Rockpile Rd., Tennessee River, Shiloh, TN. 10% Buyers Premium,, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 731-925-3534 or 926-3133. Dec. 15-22-29-Jan. 5-(ojb)

94 Dodge, Half Ton Pickup, $2,000.00, 676-5352. Jan. 5-tf-(ojb) AUCTION: Saturday, January 8, 2011, The Historic Botel, Pickwick Dam, Savannah, TN. The Business, Equipment, Café, 5 Rentals, 1.3 Acres Plus 9 Tennessee River Lots, All As A Going Business! 10% Buyers Premium, www.tonyneill. com, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 731-925-3534 or 926-3133. Dec. 29-Jan. 5-(ojb) You Are Invited To The Saw Meal Café, Main Street, Adamsville, TN For The 2nd Annual Customer Appreciation Breakfast at 9 A.M. and Multi-Parcel Real Estate Auction at 10 A.M., Offering The Botel, 66 Acres, Creek and River Lots and More, 10% Buyers Premium,, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 731-925-3534 or 926-3133. Jan. 5-(ojb) AUCTION: Saturday, January 8, 2011, 9.78 Acres, Prett Roland Rd., Adamsville, TN. Beautiful Creek on This Wooded Tract. 10% Buyers Premium, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc., TFL#4556, 731-925-3534 or 731-926-3133. Visit www. Dec. 22-29-Jan. 5-(ojb)

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AUCTION: Saturday, January 8, 2011, 2.57 Acres With Concrete Pad and Septic, Rockpile Lane, Shiloh, TN. Great Views of the Tennessee River, Just East of Shiloh Park, Build or Camp. 10% Buyers Premium, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc., TFL#4556, 731925-3534 or 731-926-3133. Visit Dec. 22-29-Jan. 5-(ojb)

Heirloom Apple Trees FOR SALE: Will Dig To Order, 1-931-628-8259. Jan. 5-12-P.

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FOR SALE: 7 Acres With Barn, Pasture With Creek. Barn Has 5 Stalls and Tackroom, $21,000.00, 931722-3017. Jan. 5-P.

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AUCTION: Friday, January 7 at 4 P.M., The Boats and Tools at the Botel, Savannah, TN. Open House at the Botel from 12 Noon Until After the Boat Auction. The Botel and Real Estate Sells Saturday, Jan. 8 at 9 A.M., 10% Buyers Premium, www.tonyneill. com, Heritage Auction and Real Estate Inc. TFL#4556, 731-925-3534. Jan. 5-(ojb) FOR SALE: 2010, 16x80, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Separate Laundry, 2 Walk-in Closets In Master, Thermal Pane Windows, Like New, $25,000.00, 931-332-0688. Jan. 5-12-19-P. Cherry Bedroom Suite FOR SALE: $400.00 For All; Or $300.00 Bed; Chest of Drawers and Dresser, $100.00;Girl’s Bicycle $20.00; Cash Only, 931-242-7864. Jan. 5-(ojb) B R I A R W O O D FIREWOOD: Wood FOR SALE, 722-4884. You Call We Haul. Jan. 5-12-(ojb) FOR SALE or RENT: 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Mobile Home With Lot On Clifton Turnpike. Near Eagle Creek Wildlife Management Area. $15,000.00, OBO, $400.00 Month. Call 931-676-7762. Jan. 5-P. 5.5+/- Acres. Well, Shop, Road Frontage, Electricity. $25,000.00. 722-4983. Jan. 5-tf-(ojb) Men’s Rockport Shoes, Levi’s 38x32, XL Nautica Men’s Jacket, 27” T.V., 19” T.V. With Remote, 5 Old Courthouse Plates, 2 Pole Lamps, All New, Priced To Sell, 722-5337. Jan. 5-MCI

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>Church building, 2 baths, kitchen, 2 classrooms, Auditorium. city water, sewer, gas. $35,000.00, Good condition. >Good Location, Near School!!!! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CHA, hardwood/carpet, dining room, den, bonus room, carport. $69,500.00 >Enjoy the charm of this historical home surrounded by 14.15 ac. +- of nature, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, CHA, hardwood floors, fireplace, den , whirlpool tub , $165,000.00 >A GREAT PLACE TO ENJOY PLENTY OF WILDLIFE!! 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, CHA, fireplace,carpet/hardwood, basement, paved drive. 5.5 ac. +- $169,900.00 > HUNTER’S PARADISE. One bedroom, 1 bath, bunk house. 71 Acres+-, creek, LOTS OF WILDLIFE, Possible owner financing. - $140,000.00 > 2 acres+- Ross Creek Farm, creek frontage. $45,000.00 > GOOD CONDITION! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CHA, carport, storage building. - $72,500.00 >MOVE IN CONDITION--2 bedrooms, 1 bath, CHA. 6.82 ac. +- outside city. $74,900.00 >5 bedrooms, 3 baths, living room, fireplace, sun porch, den, Jacuzzi tub. $89,900.00 >8 Acres+- Hwy. 64 east $35,000.00 > 7 bedrooms, 5 office, bathrooms, CHA, kitchen, basement. 12.59 ac. +- $300,000.00. >2 bedrooms, 2 baths, CHA, dining room, carport, kitchen, den. $39,900.00 >2 bedrooms, den, l bath, CHA, sun room, kitchen, carport. $79,900.00 >OVER LOOKS 39.5 beautiful ac.+-, Well maintained 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, living room, dining room, basement, CHA, 2 ponds, fenced. $275,000.00 >5.11 ac. +- $13,000.00 >2.60 ac. +-, Power, water & gas available. $11,000.00 >Nice wooded 14.5 ac. +- On paved road. $32,900.00 >3 wooded lots. $49,900.00 >2 choice lots located Deer Ridge Rd. $15,000.00 >3 lots located Deer Ridge Road, near Natural Bridge. $10,000.00 >97 acres+- Long road frontage, Highway 64 E. $399,000.00 >3 bedrooms, 1 bath, dining room, living room, kitchen. $40,000.00 >3 bedrooms, 1 bath, hardwood floors. $45,000.00 ( FOR RENT) >3 bedrooms, 1 ½ bath, basement, fireplace, 2.23 ac. +$40,000.00

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2056 - 16 A, 14X60, 2 B, 1 1/2 BA., 40X52 Shop, Concrete fl, water, $64,000. 2085 - 90 A, view of Tn. River, mostly cut over timber, near clifton, $99,500. 2084 - 37 A, Wooded, fronts on 2 Rds, Apx. 5 miles to Tn. R. Owner Fin, $47,750. 23A - 4 Bd., 2 B., 2400 Ft. Home, Shed, C/port, W/SH, Fenced, $215,000. 2083, 5 1/4 A, 3 Bd., 1 1/2 B, Stone Home, L. Crk, 20x28 barn, 2 1/2 Gar., $85,000. 2082 - 158 A, Older Home, $338,000 or various trs. Low as $2,200/A, Crk, W/fall. 1884 - 2 - 113 1/2 acs., L Crk & fields, fenced, 20 ac. trs., good timber, $2000 ac. 2075 - 70.5 A, gravel rd, homesites, hood hunting, & view, $84,600. 2077 - 360 A, no timber $192,000, crks - 20771 - W/ timber, $499,000. 2059 - 145.9 A, wooded, 2 crk, paved rd, ph, ele. $145,970. 2029 - 6 1/2 A. 4 Bd., 2 1/2 Ba., Rock H, F/place, drive in Bsmt., $125,000. 2032 - 2 A, large 2 St., 4 Bd., 3 Ba., home, 4 L Blgs., more acres avail., $165,000. 2060 - 29 A, 2 St Log, 5 Bd., 3 Ba., 3 Septic, city water, near R., Cave, $179,000. 2057 - 158 acs, on 2 Co. Rd., 2 Spgs, flat to hilly, nice views, homesites, $108,000. 2053 - 49 1/2 A, 2 ST. LOG H., 4 Bd., 2 SOLD B., Solar power, Blt. 2006, 2 crk, $195,000. 2055 - 3/4 A, 2001-3 Bd, 2 Ba, 16x76 M/H, porch, 8X16 Blg., C’wood, nice, $34,500. 2049 - 6.84 A, wooded, flat, L paved Co. Rd. front, ele, $12,800. 2050 - 35 1/2 A, L Rd front, ele., 18x20 Blg, private, $63,900. 1767 - 2.2 A, 2 St log home, 2 Bd, 2 Ba, 2 Bonus Rooms, Crk, Spgs., $55,000. SOLD 2047 - 91 Prime Acs, on 2 Pd Rds, 15 woods, flat sq survey, $183,000. 1947 - Apx. 30 A, 25 A. field, fenced, 42x50 Barn,3 extra L/sheds, Spg. $85,000. 2039 - 6.42 A, 2 Bd., 1 Ba., Home, Spg. fed pond, Crk. C/port, Cabin. $59.500. 1880 - 8 A, 3 Bd., 2 Ba., 2/St Brick, Bsmt, 20x24 Sh/Gar., Barn. $199,900. 2037 - 14.67 A, 960 Sq. ft. 2 Bd, 1 Ba Home, well, septic, metal roof, appls. $58.500. 2038 - 109 A, Pd Rd, 20X60 Metal Blg w/ concrete floor, Spring, $169,400. 57A - 4 Bd. 2 Ba, home, L Barn, Gar., fenced, 2 Spgs, Fireplace, $199,900. SOLD Lots near Tenn. River near Sav. Owner Terms. $200 down. Owner/Agent 2001 - 52.86 A, Crk, Spring, good timber, good road. $79,500. 166A - L. Crk., paved Rd, 89A - $189K or 77A - $83K all for $265K. 1996 - 1 1/2 A, Buffalo River, basement, 2 springs. $18,500. May O/finance 2015 - 13 1/2 A, 600 Sq. ft. House, 1 Bd, 1 Ba, appl., CHA, fence, $62,999. 1906 - 5 A. trs. on Hwy 13 So., $3,800 some, $3,300 per ac., barn $6,000. On 1-tr. 2003 - 55 A on Co. Rd., timberland, in pines, may finance, $102,500. 1890 - 100 A, Paved Rd., Ele., Ph., 1/2 field and wooded, Crk on land $215,000. 1925 - 54A, 3 ponds, fenced, 40x72 barn with live in spa, $199,000. 1924 - 51A, 4 Bd, 2 B., 2000 Sq. Ft., M/H, 2 ponds, fenced, $199,000. 1885 - 3.2 or 1.8 acs, TN River, great for development, $98,500 each. Won’t flood. 1613 - 20A - partly on Green R. divided in 5-6A tracts, ele. Rd, $25-30,000 Tr.

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On Dean’s List At UT Martin Fall Semester The outstanding academic achievements of undergraduate students at the University of Tennessee at Martin have been honored with publication of the Fall 2010 Dean’s Lists for the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, College of Business and Global Affairs, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences and the College of Humanities and Fine Arts. To be eligible for dean’s list recognition at UT Martin, a student must take at least 12 hours of credit (pass-fail courses are not included) and achieve a 3.2 (B) grade point average based on a 4.0 scale. Students can make the dean’s list with honors (3.2 through 3.49), high honors (3.5 through 3.79) or highest honors (3.8 through 4.0). UT Martin is a comprehensive public university that maintains an excellent reputation for its high-quality undergraduate programs, its beautiful campus and caring professors. Wayne County residents on the list are: from Clifton, Lynze D. Frazier, Highest Honors and Mallory Letson, High Honors. From Collinwood Jacob K. Dixon, Honors; Jessup E. Dixon, Highest Honors; Shelly B. Gobbell, Honors ;and Lucas S. Risner, High Honors. From Cypress Inn, Brianna N. Thompson, Highest Honors. From Iron City, Abbie E. Butler, Honors; Wesley L. Butler,

Highest Honors and Dustin T. White, Honors. From Lutts, Alan L. Wood, Honors. From Waynesboro, Mary L. Anderson, High Honors; Kelsey L. Cook, Highest Honors; Allen P. Farmer,

The Tennessee Valley Authority’s technical services, financial assistance and other incentives helped companies invest $4.3 billion in economic development projects and attract or retain 41,000 jobs across the region in fiscal year 2010. John Bradley, TVA senior vice president of Economic Development, said TVA economic development support has contributed to 264,500 new or retained jobs and $27 billion in business investment since 2005. In 2010, TVA’s economic development activities, which are part of TVA’s non-power mission under the TVA Act, helped recruit or expand more than 150 companies into the TVA service area. “Low-cost, reliable power and innovative marketing programs are key ingredients to TVA’s successful formula for attracting businesses, creating jobs, and boosting regional economic development,” Bradley said. TVA power distributors and direct-served customers; regional, state and local officials; and community organizations also are vital to TVA economic development programs, Bradley said. One of the most successful efforts has been the Megasites program, which partners TVA with other stakeholders to market large industrial tracts to manufacturers. Megasites are large parcels that are ready for heavy industrial development, available for sale, have access to utilities and are free of easements and right-ofway issues. Five megasites have been sold to the following: Dow Corning/ Hemlock Semiconductor, to produce polysilicon for solar cells and semiconductors; Volkswagen, to build a new mid-sized sedan; Paccar, to build diesel truck engines; Toyota, to build its Corolla sedan; and SeverCorr, to make steel for commercial and automotive uses.

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C’wood Parade Activities

TVA Helps Businesses Invest $4.3 Billion In Economic Development Projects In 2010


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High Honors; Logan Z. Shull, Highest Honors; Bailey E. Skelton, Honors; Eric S. Staggs, Highest Honors; Taner J. Swinea, High Honors and Dillon T. Warren, Honors.



1208 North Locust Avenue Lawrenceburg, TN 38464 Office: (931) 762-1126

Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated

Barbara T. Smith Affiliate Broker 931-242-4985

This year TVA assessed more than 50 locations across the service area for access, telecommunications, power availability and reliability, and other characteristics suitable for data center development. Data center sites have been identified in the Tennessee cities of Athens, Bristol, Fayetteville, Jackson, Lenoir City, Maryville, Murfreesboro and Tullahoma; Grenada and Olive Branch, Miss.; Guntersville and Hartselle, Ala., and Duffield, Va.. More information about these sites is available at The Valley Investment Initiative, another innovative program offered by TVA and local distributors, offers financial incentives to companies that make at least a five-year commitment to remain in the TVA service region, retain or increase their workforce and make long-term capital investments in their regional operations. TVA in 2010 was named one of Site Selection Magazine’s North American Top Utilities for economic development and is one of only three utilities to earn the designation five years in a row. TVA’s 2010 economic development efforts contributed to the following business investments and job totals for the TVA service districts: Alabama: $391,700,000 and 3,401 jobs; Kentucky: $435,600,000 and 6,537 jobs; Mississippi: $534,100,000 and 7,337 jobs; Middle Tennessee: $1,397,700,000 and 9,945 jobs; West Tennessee: $750,700,000 and 7,293 jobs; Northeast Tennessee and Virginia: $422,200,000 and 2,699 jobs; Southeast Tennessee, Georgia and North Carolina: $384,700,000 and 3,687 jobs. The Tennessee Valley Authority, a corporation owned by the U.S. government, provides electricity for utility and business customers in most of Tennessee and parts of Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia – an area of 80,000 square miles with a population of 9 million. TVA operates 29 hydroelectric dams, 11 coal-fired power plants, three nuclear plants and 11 natural gas-fired power facilities that can produce nearly 34,000 megawatts of electricity, delivered over 16,000 miles of high-voltage power lines. TVA also provides flood control, navigation, land management and recreation for the Tennessee River system and works with local utilities and state and local governments to promote economic development across the region. TVA, which makes no profits and receives no taxpayer money, is funded by sales of electricity to its customers. Electricity prices in TVA’s service territory are below the national average.

The Collinwood Christas Parade was well attended by those who braved the cold and snowy weather to see the annual event. The color guard led the way while Santa himself made an appearance at the end throwing the traditional candy to the children (and adults). The girl scouts turned out to ride in honor of long time scout leader and parade organizer, Betty Ruth Martin.

Clifton Christmas Parade Winners

Clifton’s annual Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Clifton Rotary Club, was held Thursday night, December 16th.

The City of Waynesboro was the overall Grand Prize Winner.

The City of Clifton captured the First Place trophy.

Clifton Cub Scouts / Boy Scout Troop won Second Place.

Third Place went to the Clifton Girl Scouts.


CHURCH DIRECTORY AND DEVOTIONAL PAGE HIGHLAND CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy, 13 North – Near Buffalo River Rod Littrell, Preacher WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF CHRIST Hassell & Boyd St . – Waynesboro Sunday Bible Study 9 A.M. – Worship 10 A.M. Mitchell Skelton, Pulpit Minister WEBSITE: COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST Gregg Lee, Preacher Sunday Bible Class 9 – Worship 10 HYDES CHAPEL CHURCH OF CHRIST Cypress Inn - Nolan Burns, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. SOUTH HIGHLAND CHURCH OF CHRIST Route 1, Collinwood – Hwy. 13 Barry Anderson, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy. 114 – Clifton Tracy Love, Minister S.S. 10- A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Sun. & Wed. Evening 7 P.M. MT. HOPE CHURCH OF CHRIST Michael Andrews, Minister B.S. 10 A.M. – Sunday Worship 11 A.M. FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy. 13 – 12 Miles S. of Collinwood Sonny Bogus, Minister Sunday Bible Class 10 A.M. Worship 11 A.M. WAYNE FURNACE CHURCH OF CHRIST Highway 64 East Cary Crews, Minister S.S. 9 A.M. – Worship 10 A.M. BEECH CREEK CHURCH OF CHRIST Wayne Kilpatrick, Minister Bible Study & Church 10 A.M. Sunday & Wednesday Evening 6 P.M. TOPSY CHURCH OF CHRIST Topsy Community Ronnie Pope, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH On Eagle Creek - John Blackwell, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night 6 P.M. MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH Middle Butler Road - Mark Nelson, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 64 West – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. UPPER GREEN RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH Green River Road S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Jerry Flippo, Pastor OAK GROVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Just Off Pumping Station Road. Bro. Dusty Malugen S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Southeast Corner Wayne County Billy Hill, Pastor COLLINWOOD FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Tennessee & 6th Ave. – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Mike Hammonds, Pastor CLIFTON FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Clifton Tennessee Randal Runions, Interim Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. LUTTS BAPTIST CHURCH Mike Calvert, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M.

COUNTY LINE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH WAYNESBORO WHITTEN’S CROSSROADS Buttermilk Ridge Road FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. South Main Street – Waynesboro Whitten’s Crossroads Community BEECH CREEK FULL GOSPEL CHURCH S.S. 9:45 A.M. – Worship 11 A .M. John Allen Berry, Pastor Beech Creek Road - Harold Morris, Pastor KELLEY’S CHAPEL S.S. 10:45 A.M. – Wprship 9:45 A.M. Sunday 10 A.M. BAPTIST CHURCH WAYNESBORO FIRST FIRST PENTECOSTAL Natural Bridge Road - Troy Gobbell, Pastor UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CLIFTON S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Corner Of Hassell & Songer St. Elm Street – Clifton CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Waynesboro, Tennessee Billy Wright, Pastor Jerry Robbins, Pastor Lea Thornton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 13 South – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M PHILLIPS CHAPEL COMMUNITY CHURCH lthough citizenship is usually thought of S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON UNITED Highway 13 North – Waynesboro Sun. Disc. Training 5 P.M. - Worship 6 P.M. in terms of one's country, we are METHODIST CHURCH John Blackwell, Pastor Wed. Even. 6 P.M. members or "citizens" of many groups, West Pillow St., Clifton - Jim Bryant, Pastor NEW BEGINNINGS WORSHIP CENTER STATELINE CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ranging from our families to our racial or Highway 128, Clifton Keith Montgomery, Pastor RIVERSIDE UNITED ethnic groups, all the way up to the entire Jimmy Hayes, Pastor Hwy. 13 S. TN/AL Stateline METHODIST CHURCH 3 P.M.Worship human family. One might even argue that we Wed. Night. 6:30 P.M. Highway 128 N. Of Clifton - Jim Rucker COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. should feel a kinship with all living things. Are Worship 9:45 A.M. – S.S. 10:45 GOD OF PROPHECY MEMORIAL we not, after all, part of one creation? The key CUMBERLAND Railroad Bed – Woodlawn BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH to being a good citizen is pulling one's weight Connie Pulley, Pastor Indian Creek Road, Waynesboro Highway 13 North – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. and being loyal to the group, without being Donnie Overton, Pastor Jack Barker, Pastor WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF GOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. prejudicial or biased towards those not in the S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 64 West – Waynesboro GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH group. Being a good American entails paying CLIFTON PRESBYTERIAN Ron Smith, Pastor Colllinwood – Third Avenue CHURCH IN CLIFTON one's fair share of taxes and working for the S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Lawrence Steiner, Pastor Dr. James Roundtree Pastor common good, but it doesn't require that we CLIFTON CHURCH OF GOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Corey Cummings, Associate Pastor Dorothy Lambert, Pastor be prejudiced against non-Americans. We are LEATHERWOOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. BAPTIST CHURCH all citizens of the world and we should work FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF GOD Highway 64 West - Joey Franks, Pastor together towards the common goal of making 308 South Main St. – Waynesboro Highway 13 – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. the world a better place. Democrats and Richard Bane, Pastor RAY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH ST. CECILIA CATHOLIC CHURCH Republicans sometimes play politics as if S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. 3 ½ Miles Down Hog Creek Road Highway 64 East - Waynesboro CROMWELL CROSSROADS CHURCH Edd Lopp, Pastor they are members of opposing teams, and Father Kevin Dowling, Pastor Service 10 A.M. Sunday S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. politically they may be, but in reality they are Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Joe Risner, Pastor ZION BAPTIST CHURCH all playing for the same team, i.e., our HOLLIS CHAPEL WAYNE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 750 Glenrock Branch Road FULL GOSPEL CHURCH country. And even when we think about Highway 13 North – Waynesboro Nathan Huff, Pastor Old Railroad – Iron City - Pastor, Julie Keener Junior Cummins, Pastor foreign affairs and international politics we S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH should resist the urge to think that we are SEVENTH DAY Let each of you look out WAYNESBORO 8821 California Branch Road competing with other nations. It is not a zeroADVENTISTS OF WAYNESBORO GREEN RIVER TABERNACLE Westpoint, TN 38486 - Tony Shults, Pastor not only for his own Pastor – John Johnston sum game where when one country wins Green River Road, Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11A.M. 1606 Old Highway 64 E. others must lose. We all share the same interests, but also for the Larry Janes, Pastor Evening Worship 6 P.M. Sabbath School 9:30 – Church 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ABUNDANT LIFE planet, and that should make us members of interests of others. LITTLE BETHEL THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH the same team. So we should do our best to HOLINESS CHURCH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 64 West – Waynesboro be a team player and contribute to the good On Pumping Station Road Worship 9 A.M. – S.S. 10 A.M. Dean Haggard, Pastor New K.J.V. Philippians 2:4 Robert Marks, Pastor of all the groups to which we belong. Located Linden Ward – 5 Miles Sunday Service 10:30 S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M W of Linden Highway 412 Midweek Service Thursday 7 P.M. Sun. Night 6 P.M. – Wed. Night 7 P.M. LIVING WATER TABERNACLE FORTY-EIGHT FREEWILL WAYNE COUNTY BIBLE CENTER JOHNSON’S CHAPEL PINEY GROVE MT. HOPE UNITED COLLINWOOD UNITED 918 West Point Rd – Lawrenceburg BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Shawn Moore, Pastor Gene Kelly, Pastor th Bible Study 6 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Piney Community, Cypress Inn Highway 13N – Lower Green River 4 Street – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Gene Daniel, Assistant Pastor Pastors, Leo Doyle, III BEREA Greg Eaton, Pastor Bobbie Martin, Pastor Jim Arrington, Pastor Sunday Evening 6 P.M. - Thurs. Evening 7 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON REVIVAL CENTER MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Wprsjhip 11 A.M. THE BRIDE OF CHRIST Sunday Night – 5 P.M. Clifton,Tennessee California Branch Road, Collinwood Highway 13 N. – Colllinwood MT. CARMEL UNITED HIGHLAND UNITED HOLINESS CHURCH COLLINWOOD Shayne Riley, Pastor Steve Martin, Pastor Ricky Nelson, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Highway 13 South – Collinwood Hwy. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Asst. Pastor, Andy Sherrill Hardin Creek, Clifton Hwy. 64 E, Near Natchez Trace In The Highland Community First Avenue – Collinwood REVIVAL CENTER UNITED CYPRESS OAK GROVE S.S. 9-11 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martin, Pastor Ray Watkins, Pastor Bro. Johnny Kilburn, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. PENTECOSTAL OF WAYNESBORO FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Wed. Disc. Training – 7 P.M. Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Worship 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. 2nd & 4th Sun Sunday Night Services 6 P.M. Old 99 East – Waynesboro, TN Pumping Station Road CANAAN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH .EVANS CHAPEL UNITED Sunday Night 5 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. Saturday Night 7 P.M. WILLIAMS CHAPEL Brandon Skelton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Fishtrap Community - Danny Clark, METHODIST CHURCH LUTTS UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL HOUSE OF THE LORD FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Morning 10 A.M. Night 6:30 P.M. Sunday Evening 5 P.M. Pastor Clifton Turnpike, Rt. 1 Waynesboro METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton Holly Creek Road Wednesday Night 7 P.M. BUTLER GROVE S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martiin, Pastor Lutts, Tennessee - Jim Arrington, Pastor Bro. Jimmy Pickett, Pastor James Pete Turnbow, Pastor FULL GOSPEL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH FELLOWSHIP FREEWILL BAPTIST Worship 8:30 A.M. – No S.S. Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10:15 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. HOUSE OF PRAISE Last Butler Creek Road - Junior Daniel, Pastor CHURCH MT. AUBURN UNITED SHAWNETTEE UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL CHURCH MCGLAMERY CHURCH Joseph Wallace, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Rocky Ford Holly Creek METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton - Bro. Neal Burks, Pastor McGlamery Community Collinwood 10 A.M. S.S. – 11 A.M. Worship HOUSTON BAPTIST CHURCH Bill Hollander, Pastor Beechview, Clifton - Jim Rucker, Pastor Shawnettee Community – Collinwood Thursday Worship 6 P.M. Johnny Banks, Pastor CORNERSTONE S.S. 10 A.M. – Preaching 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Worship 8:45 A.M. John Ives, Pastor Sunday Morning 10 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CHURCH OF COLLINWOOD Robert Carroll Littrell, Pastor MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST POPES CHAPEL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. NEW LIFE FREEWILL BAPTIST BURNS CHAPEL 861 Dogwood Flats Road Colllinwood MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH RAILROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2699 Buffalo Road, Lawrenceburg FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH John Hodum, Pastor Clifton, Tennessee Shawnetttee Community Collinwood Off 13N. Past Bell Bridge Iron City Road W. L. Wallace, Pastor Highway 13 South – Collinwood Sunday Morning 9:45 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11:15 A.M. Tim Hanback, Pastor Worship 2nd & 4th Sunday - 2 P.M. John Allen Berry, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Edward Burbank, Pastor Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Wed. 6 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Ron Randolph, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night - 6 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M.

Citizenship as Teamwork


Duren’s Health Mart Pharmacy

713 Hwy. 99 Waynesboro, TN 38485 931-722-9601 Toll Free: 877-749-9726 Fax: 931-722-9603

P.O. Box 736 - 215 Dexter Woods Memorial Blvd. Waynesboro, TN 38485 Jerry & Erma Duren, Owners 931-722-5466 --

the bank of Waynesboro 931-722-2265



LONGGREEN SUPERSAVER Highway 13 South Collinwood Phone 931-724-9825


COLLINWOOD, TN 931-724-9387

Highway 13 North - Waynesboro

931-722-5965 Waynesboro’s Original Floor Store Shop At Home And Save

Sherry’s Fine Jewelry MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS Located Inside JCPenney On The Square Waynesboro - Phone 722-9212

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. Wednesday And Saturday 9 A.M. - 2 P.M.

DixieMike Handle Company Stricklin, Owner

550 Hwy. 64 East Waynesboro, TN

503 Simmons Branch Rd. Waynesboro, TN 38485


Toll Free 1-866-888-3395 Business 931-722-3395 Or Home: 931-722-9247

Suites Available



Highway 64 West 931-722-5821

Eagle Creek Custom Frame Shop

676-3311 Or 722-3608 Directors - Officers - Employees

Hall Medical Clinic

Dr. Joe Hall - Dr. J.V. Mangubat Paula Cole, FNPC - Kendra Prater, FNPC Valerie Hall, FNPC

EARL & SARAH COOK 3528 Clifton Turnpike - Waynesboro, TN 38485 MON. - SAT. 9 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. (931)-676-5451

107 J.V. Mangubat Dr. - Waynesboro, TN 38485 931-722-2800 - Fax. 931-722-9627

Wayne County Assisted Living

Daniel’s Tire Shop


“A Home Away From Home” Debbie Staggs, Administrator Phone 931-722-2000 - Fax: 931-722-6891 210 Fairlane Drive - Waynesboro, TN 38485

“Heavy & Light Duty Vehicles” NEW AND USED TIRES AVAILABLE Hours: Tues.-Fri. 8 A.M. - 5 P.M.

Jerry Baugus, Manager Highway 64 West - Waynesboro Phone 722-5456

845 Hwy. 13 S. Collinwood, TN 38450

Phone 931-722-8823

Teresa Daniels, Owner

Phone 931-724-9197


Local & Worldwide Delivery, All Major Credit Cards Accepted “Proudly Serving You For Over 25 Years” 724-4918 -303 Hwy. 13 S. Collinwood CASKET COVERS - FUNERAL - WEDDING - BALLOONS & GIFTS

C & G Auto Parts, Inc. P.O. BOX 157 - 122 S. HIGH STREET WAYNESBORO, TN 38485 (931) 722-5481

313 Hwy. 13 South Collinwood, TN 38450

Memorial Gardens Of Wayne County P.O. BOX 218 - 104 HILL ST. WAYNESBORO, TENNESSEE 38485

931-722-5488 Fax 931-722-7262 720 Highway 99 P.O. Box 974 Waynesboro, TN 38485 931-722-2229 1-877-270-2229

Wayne County Bank

COLLINWOOD HARDWARE Broad Street - Collinwood, TN 931-724-4616 Roger & Keith Dixon, Owners

Tom & Regina Tesnow 2535 Mt. Hope Road Waynesboro, TN 38485 931-722-6621



Wayne County Nursing Home P.O. BOX 510 WAYNESBORO, TENNESSEE 38485 Phone (931) 722-3641 Fax (931) 722-7215

Wayne Farmers Co-op 827 Highway 99 - Waynesboro Harold Pope, Manager PHONE: 931-722-3242 -- FAX: 931-722-7242 EMAIL:

PIGGLY WIGGLY Highway 13 South Collinwood, Tennessee

931-724-9112 Tennessee Quality Homecare & Hospice

905 Andrew Jackson Dr. Suite B Waynesboro, TN 38485 Office: 931-722-6094 Toll-Free: 1-866-463-4805 Fax: 931-722-7128 Office: 931-722-5010 Fax: 931-722-5084

231 South Main Street P.O. Box 589 Waynesboro, TN 38485 Life - Home - Auto - Business- Retirement - Health

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Community Happenings Events In And Around Wayne County COMMUNITY EVENTS

COLLINWOOD OES NO. 422 REG. MTHLY. MTG. The Collinwood Chapter Order of the Eastern Star has their regular monthly meeting the first Thursday of each month. Meetings begin at 7 P.M. All members are urged to attend. HOLLY CREEK V.F.D. MONTHLY FISH FRY The Holly Creek Fire Department and Community Center sponsors its monthly fish fry every 4th Saturday from 4 till 7 P.M. at the VFD/Community Center. All proceeds will benefit the fire department. Everyone is invited to support this cause. BECOME A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER Would you like to make a difference and help someone in a time of need? Being a Hospice Volunteer can change your life and at the same time help the quality of life for others. For more information you may contact Josh Stults at Tennessee Quality Hospice, 722-2785. Apr. 22-tf-(ojb)

ATTENTION ARTISANS OF WAYNE COUNTY The Artisans of Wayne County invite artists and anyone interested in the arts to their meetings on the second Tuesday night of each month at 7 P.M. The location of meetings rotate. To find out meeting place call 676-3118 or 676Jan. 2011-(ojb) 7629. WAYNE COUNTY HELPING HANDS OFFERS â&#x20AC;&#x153;AFTER-CAREâ&#x20AC;? GROUP Wayne County Helping Hands has begun offering an â&#x20AC;&#x153;After-Careâ&#x20AC;? group for anyone who has been through an addiction rehabilitation program. The group will meet at 5 P.M. each Saturday. Counselors from Buffalo Valley, Inc. will be leading this group. All services of Wayne County Helping Hands are offered free of charge. An experienced drug and alcohol abuse counselor will be available EVERY Saturday of the month at 5 P.M. Jan. 2011 -(ojb) A.A. MEETS IN WAYNESBORO AT C.P. CHURCH A. A. meets every Thursday night at 8 P. M. at the Presbyterian Church in Waynesboro. Everyone is welcome. On the second Saturday Night of each month there is an eating/ speakers meeting at 7 P.M. Eat at 7 followed by speaking at 8 P.M. For more information call C.W.B. 731-695-2358 or Ron R. 931-762-5977. Aug. 2010 Thru July 2011-P. COUNTRY HAM BREAKFAST BEECH CREEK There will be a country ham breakfast every first Saturday morning of each month from 7 till 9 A.M. at the Beech Creek Fire Hall. Everyone is welcome. WAYNE COUNTY BEER BOARD TO MEET The Wayne County Beer Board will meet in regular session on Monday, January 17, 2011 at the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, at 5:30 P.M. They will review the application of Jerry Harris to operate Buffalo River Market. The public is invited to attend. Jan. 5-12, 2011-(ojb)

WAYNE RETIRED TEACHERS TO MEET The Wayne County Retired Teachersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Association will meet on Monday, January 10, 2011 at Bradleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Restaurant in Waynesboro at 11 A.M. Special guest speaker will be Don Doran from TVEC in Savannah. He will be speaking on safety, savings, and electric rates. All members are urged to attend. Guests are welcome. HOST AN EXCHANGE STUDENT Pacific Intercultural Exchange has many students from around the world who dream of coming to America to study for a year. For more information call area representatives Larry or Jennifer at 931-722-7443. INTERESTED IN HISTORY? The Historical Society needs volunteers to help collect historical information and preserve articles already collected. Phone 722-5621 or 724-5467 to learn how you can help! HIGHWAY 69 VFD MONTHLY MEETING The Highway 69 V.F.D. monthly meeting will be held the second Tuesday of Each month at 7 P.M. at the fire hall. Everyone is invited to attend.

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FREE CHRISTIAN COUNSELING The Iron City Free Will Baptist Church is offering free Christian counseling. This is Bible based counseling for all types of counseling help including marriage and premarital, addiction, depression, abuse, grief, eating disorders, codependency and much more. Sessions are also available in the Collinwood area at the Collinwood Free Will Baptist Church. For more information contact Stacey Holt, Pastor at 931-724-4129. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS - NEED HELP A new meeting of Narcotics Anonymous is being held each Monday night, at the Church of God in Collinwood from 7 until 8 P.M. For help call Barry S. at 931-722-1489. CHRISTIANS IN RECOVERY SUPPORT GRP. Christians In Recovery - A support group for men and women with alcohol or drug addictions meets at 7 P.M. on Tuesdays at the Wayne Bible Center, located behind Emeralds in Waynesboro. PURE HEARTS DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION TO MEET 2ND MONDAY Mars Hill Baptist Church in Lawrence County announces the formation of Pure Hearts Down Syndrome Asociation for families with children and adults who have Down Syndrome in Wayne, Lawrence and Giles counties. Meetings will be held on the second Monday of every month at 7 P.M. in the Mars Hill Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Bring your family and a finger food. Beverages will be provided. Please contact Jennifer Long, 629-7122 or Amy Jennings, 762-9067 if you would like to be a part of this organization. Long and Jennings are co-founders of the association. TROJAN PRIDE WALK What better way to honor your Collinwood High School graduate then to have their name engraved in the Trojan Pride Walkway. If you are interested in honoring or remembering someone in this special way, please call JoAnn at 722-4849 or Daphne at 722-8652. VOLUNTEER MEDICARE COUNSELORS NEEDED

Volunteer counselors are needed to provide free and unbiased information to Medicare beneficiaries and their families. The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) is a nation-wide program that provides counseling to people with questions or problems about Medicare and related insurance products. Volunteer counselors educate beneficiaries on issues such as Medicare enrollment, selection of insurance to go along with Medicare Part A and Part B as well as selection and enrollment in the Part D drug program. Prospective volunteers must be comfortable using the Internet and complete a certified training class. SHIP is part of the Area Agency on Aging and Disability managed by the South Central Tennessee Development District. The district covers 13 counties in South Central Tennessee. For more information call 931-698-8761 or 1-877-801-0044. WANTED VOLUNTEERS TO ASSIST ELDERLY Volunteers are needed for the elderly who have no one else. There is a 13 county area and the need in Fayetteville is the greatest. You must visit a minimum of once a month and report the visit and any problems to the South Central Tennessee Development District. It takes very little time, is immensely rewarding and greatly appreciated. Background check is required. To apply and find out details call Cathy Bindl at 931-698-7346 or e-mail MAURY REGIONAL CELIAC SUPPORT GROUP The Maury Regional Medical Center Celiac Support Group will meet on Tuesday, January 11 at 5 P.M. in the medical centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s private dining room two on the ground floor. The program will provide information on living with celiac disease, including a presentation by dietetic intern Laura Hill. To find out more about celiac disease call 931381-1111, extension 1275.

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VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE TO REPRESENT THE ELDERLY The Ombudsman Program is authorized by the federal Older Americans Act and is administered at the state level by the Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability. This program benefits residents in long term care facilities. The Ombudsman takes time listening to a resident or families concerns. The Ombudsman not only educates residents on their rights, but also helps to ensure resident rights are being honored. An Ombudsman an help clarify Nursing Home, Assisted Care Living Facility, or Residential Home for the Aged regulations that apply to the residentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; situation. An Ombudsman is skilled in making referrals to other agencies and helps find solutions to resolve issues for longterm care residents. Volunteer Ombudsman are needed in the South Central Tennessee area. If you feel concern for residents in Long-Term care facilities; if you feel you are an assertive, mature person with some experience with elderly persons; if you are willing to complete a volunteer certification program; if you want a responsible, challenging experience; please contact Katie Earnest, District Long Term Care Ombudsman at the South Central TN Development District, P. O. Box 1346, Columbia, TN 38402 or call 931-490-5914 or toll free 866-836-6678. INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS FOR MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES Individual counseling sessions for Medicare beneficiaries and their families are available at the Wayne County Senior Center on the second Thursday of each month from 10 A.M. until 1 P.M. Representatives of the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) offer free and objective information about how and when to sign up for Medicare; choosing health and prescription plans to go along with Medicare; billing problems; and cases of Medicarerelated fraud or abuse. Call toll free 877-801-0044 to reserve an appointment.





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CAN FOREST MANAGEMENT HELP WILDLIFE? Following are some tips from UTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Larry Tankersley, Extension Specialist in Forestry. Thinning forest stands can increase understory browse availability for deer and release mastproducing trees. Oaks with large crowns should be left when hardwood stands are thinned since acorn production is directly related to crown size. Forest Service recommendations include having at least 20% of an area in mature mastproducing hardwoods. A mixture of red oaks and white oaks helps to guard against a total mast failure. In poor quality habitats, deer are dependant on annual acorn crops, thus maintenance of mature hardwood stands is important. Planted pines rarely maintain hard mast production within the stand. For several years following planting until the canopy closes, plantations provide abundant forage in the form of annual and perennial forbs, soft mast, and vines. Mechanical site preparation seems to promote more woody browse species. Chemical site prep often promotes herbaceous growth but the composition depends on the chemical used.

Release treatments that remove competing hardwood species can also shift forage production from woody browse to more palatable herbaceous growth. Following canopy closure, pine plantations contribute very little forage for deer but may provide good escape cover. Thinning pines should occur as soon as commercially feasible to open the canopy and allow production of deer forages. Stands should generally be thinned to allow 30% of the forest floor to be in direct sunlight. Thinning periodically with or without prescribed fire maintains productive deer habitat through the life of the stand. (Note: using prescribed fire in conjunction with thinning is preferred.) Since forage production changes dramatically as forest stands mature, interspersion of stands of different ages is important. Maintaining mast-producing hardwoods should be maintained in Streamside Management Zones (SMZs), if possible. Prescribed burning can be a beneficial and economical means of habitat improvement. Fire can increase browse production, palatability, and nutrition. Forests should be burned on a 3-5 year rotation where fuel build up will allow. Best results are obtained when

EATING TIPS FOR TYPE-II DIABETES Everyone who has diabetes needs to follow an eating plan approved by their physician. And most should follow a physical activity plan, too. For some people, weight loss and active living are enough to control Type-II diabetes. For others, pills and periodic insulin injections also may be needed to keep blood sugar levels under control. Diabetes may cause major damage to your nervous system and to the blood vessels in your eyes, kidneys, heart and feet. The following are some nutrition tips for those with diagnosed Type-II diabetes: 1. First, space meals and snacks throughout the day. Eat about the same time each day to help maintain a steady supply of glucose to the blood. 2. Second, eat less fat, especially saturated fat. Saturated fat raises blood cholesterol and increased the risk for heart disease. 3. Third, choose foods high in fiber. Fiber helps maintain normal bowel function, and may reduce the risk of heart disease and some cancers. 4. Fourth, count all the sugar and starch in foods as part of your daily total carbohydrates. All digestible carbohydrates

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â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sugars and starches â&#x20AC;&#x201C; turn into blood glucose sooner or later. Eat grains, vegetables and milk throughout the day to provide the body with a steady supply of sugar for energy. Use sparingly table sugar, fructose, honey and foods high in sugar. Try sugar substitutes to satisfy a sweet tooth. 5. Alcohol use by persons taking insulin or pills to control their diabetes can cause their blood sugar to fall too low. 6. Finally, use nutrition labels to choose healthy foods. The nutrition facts panel on most food packages shows the amount of calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and sugars per serving. This makes it easier to compare products and plan meals that help manage diabetes. Actually a TypeII diabetic diet isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t too different from any healthy eating pattern. Your doctor along with a registered dietitian can help you plan whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right for you â&#x20AC;&#x201C; portion sizes, types of food, and overall timing of meals and snacks.

Wayne Medical Center Offers Tips On Winter Respiratory Illnesses Winter months often find physician offices and emergency departments filled with children affected by respiratory infections. Wayne Medical Center (WMC) offers suggestions on identifying and managing these illnesses. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is important for parents to understand the differences between common respiratory illnesses so they can help their child to recover faster,â&#x20AC;? said Carol Stooksberry, a registered respiratory therapist and director of the respiratory care department at WMC. Some of the most common respiratory conditions in children include: â&#x2014;?Cold â&#x20AC;&#x201C; While the typical American adult has two to four colds every year, a child may have as many as 10. Young children attending school or day care and college students living in dorms are at greatest risk for a cold. There are many different viruses which can cause a cold, including rhinovirus and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). â&#x2014;?Flu â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Although the symptoms can be similar, flu comes on more suddenly and lasts longer than a cold. The major difference is feverâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; usually 102 degrees and higher for the flu. Other symptoms include headache, chills, dry

cough, body aches and fatigue. Young children may also experience nausea and vomiting. Flu vaccine, available as a shot or a nasal spray, remains the best way to prevent and control influenza. â&#x2014;?Bronchitis â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Acute bronchitis, more commonly known as a chest cold, usually starts three or four days after a cold or flu infectionâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;first with a dry cough and later with a productive one. A chest cold may linger for several weeks. To help a child with a cold or other respiratory infection be more comfortable, try using a cool-mist humidifier to relieve the stuffy nose and make certain the child gets enough rest and stays hydrated. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If a child does not seem to be improving, seek a physicianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s advice as soon as possible,â&#x20AC;? said Stooksberry. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Signs to watch for include a high fever, headache, sore throat, and ear pain as well as signs of dehydration or labored breathing.â&#x20AC;? One of the best ways to help children stay healthy is to wash hands frequently and thoroughly. Ask children to sing the song â&#x20AC;&#x153;Happy Birthdayâ&#x20AC;? twice during hand washing to ensure that an adequate amount of time is taken. Limit exposure to infected people, eat a wellbalanced diet and get plenty of rest.

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