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Wayne County THE

Wednesday, october 24, 2012





No. 13 - Vol. 155

Waynesboro, TN

Obituaries - Page 4A Society - Pages 6A Classifieds - Pages 10-11A Farm - Page 3B Community Events Page 4B Sports - Pages 1-2-7-8B Legal Notices - Page 6B

“Serving Wayne County Since 1857” “Pray Without Ceasing”

Two Sections - Twenty-Two Pages

County Mourns Loss Of Prominent Leader/Businessman

Sonny Hughes

Sadly, Wayne County lost an important member of its community on Thursday, October 18th. Ralph “Sonny” Hughes, Jr. was a standardbearer in Wayne County, committed to his business, church, community, and family. Hughes worked

at his father’s business, Hassell & Hughes Lumber Company, for almost sixty years, serving as president and CEO for the last sixteen years. The Wayne County Sheriff’s office reported that Hughes was found at the Wayne County Industrial Park in the early hours of Thursday morning. Hughes was outside of his personal vehicle with a selfinflicted fatal gunshot wound to the chest. “It is just a very sad situation,” stated Sheriff Ric Wilson, whose office is still investigating the case and (Continued On Page Five A)

Near 1000 Already Voted In County

Early Voting Continues Till Nov. 1 By: Kaitlyn McClanahan

Early voting for the 2012 election is officially in session until November 1, 2012 at the Wayne County Courthouse. Votes can be cast during the following times: Monday through Thursday from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M., Friday from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M., and Saturday from 8 A.M. to 12 P.M. Voters must present a government issued photo ID. Wayne County Election Coordinator, Lillie Ruth Brewer, reported on Monday that 972 voters in Wayne County have cast their votes early. The high turnout follows a statewide trend in Tennessee, which

has seen 491,575 voters cast their ballots, as of Tuesday morning. All voters in Wayne County receive Federal and State general election ballots, which include seven Presidential candidates, nine United States Senate candidates, six District 7 United States House of Representatives candidates, two District 28 Tennessee Senate candidates, and two District 71 Tennessee House of Representatives candidates. Ballots for residents of Clifton and Collinwood include the candidates for their respective municipal elections. Collinwood’s ballot also includes a Liquor Referendum.

W’boro, Clifton Announce Curfews For Halloween As we approach the end of October, anticipation and excitement has begun to grow over the upcoming Halloween holiday. Candy and costumes are flying off the shelves and pumpkins are appearing on porches in preparation for the spookiest holiday of the year. There are a number of events, for children of all ages, scheduled throughout the county to celebrate the holiday. The Wayne County Medical Center will host

a Trunk-or-Treat event at the Medical Center on October 31st from 5:30 P.M. to 8 P.M. Trick-or-Treat in Clifton and Waynesboro will be held on Wednesday, October 31st. Clifton’s designated times are from 6 P.M. to 9 P.M., while Waynesboro estimates trick-or-treaters will be out from between 5 P.M. and 10 P.M. Waynesboro Police Chief George Barturen offers a reminder to the citizens of Waynesboro that the city has a curfew of 10

P.M. for all children

W.M.S. Cats Are Conference Champions The Waynesboro Middle School Wildcats captured the Quad Counties Conference Championship following a 40-16 win over the Collinwood Middle School Trojans last Thursday night at Guy Buchanan Stadium in Waynesboro. The WMS Cats finished the 2012 season with an (See story and additional pictures on the Sports Page 1B). undefeated record of 10-0.

Board Of Education Passes First Reading New Proposed Energy Policy On Thursday, October 11 , the Wayne County Board of Education met for their regularly scheduled meeting at 5:30PM in the Central Office Board Room. All District Representatives were present, with the exception of District 3 representative, Patrick Blackburn. Chairman Barry Hanback called the meeting to order, and following the Pledge of Allegiance and a moment of silence, the Board began tackling the agenda. The first order of business was the adoption of consent items, minutes from the September meeting, and the August ledger of accounts. Andy Yarbrough made the motion to approve, which was seconded by Angela Swanson. The motion passed unanimously. The next item on the agenda was a Policy Review of Section 3: Support Services Policies 3.100 – 3.602. There were no recommended changes or comments regarding the Policy. The Board also held the first reading of a new proposed Energy Policy, which would conserve th

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electricity and natural gas. The Board plans to apply for a grant to install more programmable thermostats in schools, but an energy policy is required for the application. Andy Yarbrough moved to approve the Energy Policy as presented. The motion was seconded by Dwight Bumphus, and it passed unanimously. A second reading of the Energy Policy will be on the agenda next month. Following the Energy Policy, the Board held a second reading of the expansion of the Honors Policy. The Tennessee Diploma Project, which sets the standards for graduating with Distinction or with Honors, allows for local boards to add to the honors program if they so chose. In September, the Board unanimously passed the first reading of a policy that would

explained that the Board

had issued a re-bid because the preferred 48 passenger busses were bid in at a higher price than expected. The new (Continued On Page Eight A)

Separate Incidents Lead To Arrest Of Two By Local Law Officials Leo Lewis Evans, of Waynesboro, was arrested on October 17, 2012 for Possession of Schedule VI for Resale. Officers and Investigators from both Waynesboro and Wayne County executed a search warrant on Evans’ property and found eight individual plastic bags containing marijuana throughout the residence. Evans was booked into the Wayne County Jail on $50,000 bond.

Patrick Staggs, of Collinwood, was arrested on October 1, 2012 on several charges dating back to four separate incidents in February and September of 2012. The first incident occurred on February 8, 2012 at a residence on Green River Road. Staggs admitted to the Wayne County Sheriff’s

Leo L. Evans

Patrick Staggs




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allow students to graduate with honors if they score at least a 22 on the ACT exam. Angela Swanson offered a motion to approve, which was seconded by Chairman



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Hanback. The motion passed unanimously. The Board moved on to revisit the topic of Bus Bids, carried over from the September meeting. Superintendent Grinder

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can produce. She took care of every medical need I had, dealing patiently with the fact I was 93, post-op, and didn’t have my hearing aids in. She also added those special touches like heating my food and finding chairs

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W.W. II Veteran Shares His Experience At VA Hospital In Nashville It seems the popular thing to do today is to complain about any and every thing that may not meet our expectations. People complain about traffic, taxes, the cost of nearly everything, and heaven forbid they have to wait ten seconds for an email to open. Unfortunately, this same mentality all too often

applies to healthcare in general and the VA in particular. Well, I feel compelled to share my experiences of the care I’ve received from my VA hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. For over ten years I’ve been taken care of by the caring, competent staff there. I’m a 93 year old veteran of World War II with

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health issues one would expect of my age. I also carry the physical and mental scars of being wounded multiple times during the war. All of my health needs have been and continue to be met at no cost to me and mine. I would like to share my latest experience with the VA here. For some years I have dealt successfully with an unpredictable heart rate. On Sunday, my heart slowed considerably, and my son insisted I go immediately. By Monday morning I was preparing to have a pacemaker inserted. I was in a room in the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU). Now, many people probably have an image of an old, out-of-date facility; the truth is that I was

in a brand new, state of the art wing of the VA. Imagine the best possible situation and you will have the correct view. And speaking of care, I was visited continually by doctors and a social worker checking on me pre and post-op. I would like to specifically mention the care I got from my MICU nurse, Cassondra (Cassie) Long. When it comes right down to it, all the other caregivers in a hospital stay can’t truly impact the quality of care and peace of mind one receives from your nurse. Cassie was everything you could want in a nurse. She combined the competency of professionalism with the obvious joy that only a true passion for helping

ATTENTION VETERANS Waynesboro’s American Legion post 130 will meet Thursday, October 25 at 6:30 P.M. at Cumberland Presbyterian Church, one block north of the Square on Hwy. 13. Please enter through the side door. Any veteran is welcome. We will start with a recruiting drive. If not a member, you can join at the meeting. We will elect our officers for the coming term and make plans for future projects. Please join us.

for my family. I can not thank her enough for her kindness and skill. She made an old soldier feel special. Sincerely, James T. Beavers, Sr. October 3, 2012 Oct. 24-(ojb)

Interact Club Donates Butterfly Foundation

Wayne County High School’s Interact Club President Carlie Littrell and Vice President Hayley Inman are pleased to donate $500 to The Butterfly Foundation on behalf of Wayne County High School and WCHS Interact Organization. The check was accepted by Butterfly Foundation board members Dean Stegall and Susan Myers. The money was raised through activities held at WCHS during Childhood Cancer Awareness month in September.

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had broken into the residence by kicking down the door, went into the cellar and ripped out all of the wiring underneath the floor. He proceeded to sell the wire in Hohenwald for one hundred dollars. The second incident occurred on February 14, 2012 on Four Mile Board Road. An officer was told by the owner of a stolen generator, nail driver, and drill that he believed Staggs had committed the theft. Staggs admitted taking the items from the residence and stated that he sold them to his uncle. The third incident took place in Waynesboro on September 4, 2012. Officers were told by the resident of 110 Charlie Lane that items were missing from the home. The resident stated that he believed the tools were taken from the home while Staggs was

house-sitting. Staggs admitted to taking some tools, a weed-eater, and a lawn mower from the residence. Another incident occurred on September 18, 2012 at a residence on Simmons Branch Road. The owner of the home reported three stolen watches and a missing video recorder to officers. On October 4, 2012, a witness informed officers

that Staggs had traded the watches to a man for cigarettes. Investigators contacted the man, who stated that he had bought the watches from Staggs. For these incidents, Staggs has been charged with Burglary, Vandalism over $5,000, Theft over $1,000, two counts of Theft over $500, and one count of Theft under $200.

Judge Jones Hears Cases In Circuit Court On October 2, 2012, Judge Robert L. Jones of the Criminal/Circuit Court of Wayne County handed down the following judgments: Harold Gene Barrett pled and was found guilty of Aggravated Assault, a Class C Felony, committed on May 17, 2012. He was sentenced to three years in TDOC, as well as $804.00 in court costs. Rebecca Brewer Pyle

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pled and was found guilty of thirty-nine counts of Prescription Fraud, a Class D Felony, occurring between September 2011 and April 2012. Encompassing all counts, she was sentenced to six years of probation, as well as $1,284 in court costs and a $1,000 fine. Joey Tomlin pled and was found guilty of Aggravated Assault, a Class C Felony, stemming from an incident on May 26, 2012. He was sentenced to four years in TDOC, but will serve a one year in split confinement sentence in jail and the remaining three years on probation. He was also ordered $804.00 in court costs. Jeremy Wallace pled and was found guilty of Aggravated Assault, a Class C Felony, stemming from an incident on May 26, 2012. He was sentenced to four years in TDOC, but will

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Deadlines are coming up for the NAP coverage period for 2013. The application closing date for apples, blackberries, blueberries, grapes, peaches and pears is Nov. 15, 2012. The application closing date for Honey is Dec. 1, 2012. For more information contact the local FSA office at (931) 762-6913 extension 2 or 1-888257-1245 opt. 8, 2. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientations, or

marital or family status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA’S TARGET Center at (202)720-2600 (voice and TDD). To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (202)-720-5964 (voice or TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


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serve a one year in split confinement sentence in jail and the remaining three years on probation. He was also ordered $804.00 in court costs. Nathan Reed pled guilty to Contraband in a Penal Facility, a Class C Felony, committed on August 25, 2012. He was not charged with violation of a criminal statute and was sentenced to three years of supervised probation. Melissa Dawn Valenzuela pled and was found guilty of four charges. The first, Theft up to $500 on July 26, 2011, was a Class A Misdemeanor for which she was sentenced to eleven months and twenty-nine days in County Jail. The second, writing Worthless Checks between $1,000 and $10,000 on August 2, 2011, was a Class D Felony for which she was sentenced to three years in TDOC and ordered to pay $230.50 in court costs. The third, a Felony Failure to Appear on August 9, 2011, was a Class E Felony for which she was sentenced to two years in TDOC and ordered to pay $580.50 in court costs. The fourth, Theft up to $500 on September 1, 2011, was a Class A Misdemeanor for which she was sentenced to eleven months and twenty-nine days in County Jail.


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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!!!! Plate Lunch W/Tea And Dessert Only $5.99!!! Southern Hospitality With Hot And Fresh Food!!! (931) 722-6883 - Call Ins Welcome!!! Semi-annual meeting of the Wayne County Forestry Association is scheduled for October 29 in Bradley’s Restaurant A meal will be provided and drawings will be held for door prizes including a free year membership in the association. All current and potential members who plan to attend should call the Wayne County UT Agricultural extension office at 931-722-3229 or James Kelly at 931-722-5534. Please remember to call before October 26. This will ensure that there would be enough food available for everyone. The leadership of The Wayne County Forest Owners Association is very interested in having its members (and potential members) input on matters they consider important to the future of Wayne County forest owners. This meeting is intended to be a listening and “Brainstorming” event. Your input will provide direction for the future of the Association. One issue that is important is the passing of land to the next generation. We need to help educate future landowners on the importance of proper management of the natural resources they will some day inherit. Please attend this meeting and give us your ideas. The yearly membership fee for members of WCFA is $15.00.This fee includes a free meal at the semi-annual meetings in addition to informative, interactive sessions and usually one field trip to an interesting forestry activity. Membership fees for new and current members may be paid at the October 29 meeting. We need new members. Please call and make your reservations to attend the WCFA meeting on October 29, 2012.

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William E. (Billy) Howells

William E. (Billy) Howells II, Lutts, TN was born January 28, 1966 in Allentown, PA, the son of William (Bill) E. Howells, Waynesboro, TN, who survives, and the late Mary Hughes Howells. He was united in marriage to Sharon Dixon on September 28, 1988. Mr. Howells was a welder with the Hon Company and was a member of the Christian Faith Church, Florence, Alabama. He departed this life Monday, October 15, 2012 at Helen Keller Hospital, Sheffield, Alabama at the age of 46 years after a battle with cancer. Other than his father, he is survived by his wife, Sharon Dixon Howells and son, William E. Howells, III both of Lutts; sisters, Gail Foulke, Hendersonville, TN, Joan Howells, Slatington, PA, and Donna Floyd, Waynesboro. In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his grandparents, John and Marion Howells and Gustave and Frances Unger. Services were Friday, October 19 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Directors Chapel, Collinwood, Tennessee, with Dennis Hanvey officiating. Burial was in Centenary Cemetery, Lutts. Oct. 24-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Oct. 24, 2012

Mrs. Loy Elene Qualls

Mrs. Loy Elene Qualls, 76, of Linden passed away Monday, October 15, 2012 at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville. Funeral services were held at 11 A.M. Thursday, October 18 in the chapel of Young Funeral Home with Bert Mathis officiating. Interment followed in the Qualls Cemetery on Brush Creek. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Oct. 24, 2012

Arion Lavon Hunt Arion Lavon Hunt of Waynesboro, TN was born January 4, 1942 in Waynesboro, the son of the late Albert Huey and Jessie Louella Risner Hunt. He was united in marriage to Sherry J. Smith on April 6, 1985. Mr. Hunt was owner of Hunt Roofing in Waynesboro. Mr. Hunt departed this life on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia, Tennessee at the age of 70 Years. He is survived by his wife, Sherry J. Smith Hunt; a son, Aaron Colton Hunt; daughters, Karla Sue Hunt Boucher and husband, Gary and Shonda Renae Hunt Holt and husband, Derrick; grandsons, Dylan Boucher, Gage Mathis, and Casen Holt; step-grandsons, Kendall and Derrick Boucher; ten step-great-grandchildren; brothers, Willard Hunt, Wilburn Hunt, Bobby Hunt, Nolen Hunt, Jerry Hunt, Steve Hunt, Ronnie Hunt, and Ricky Hunt all of Waynesboro; sisters, Alberta Smith of Trenton, TN, Faye Rich of Collinwood, TN, Sue Quinley of Crockett Mills, TN, Charlotte Staggs of Waynesboro, and Pebble Overstreet of Clifton, TN; several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Mr. Hunt was preceded in death by his father-in-law, Bobby Gene Smith. Services were held on Monday, October 22 at 3 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Directors Chapel, Waynesboro with Larry Janes, Laverne Griggs, and Casey Jones officiating. Burial was in the Arion Hunt Cemetery, 145 Charlie Lane, Waynesboro. Pallbearers were Weston Skelton, Colton Hunt, Dylan Boucher, Derrick Holt, Gary Boucher, Larry Overstreet, Jeff Staggs, and Irvin Jones. Honorary pallbearers were all his brothers and his brothers-in-law, Scott Smith and Oct. 24-(ojb) Ray Hill, Jr. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Oct. 24, 2012

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Ralph Hughes, Jr. (Sonny) It is with great sorrow to announce the passing of Mr. Ralph Hughes, Jr. (Sonny), who was found deceased on Thursday, October 18, 2012. At 82 years of age, he was an active participant in his business, church, and community. Known as an unfailingly kind and generous person, he will be sorely missed. Born on July 7, 1930, Sonny was the son of the late Josephine Parkes Hughes and Ralph Hughes, Sr. He was preceded in death by one sister, Betty Hughes Hurst and has one surviving brother, William H. Hughes, and wife, Amelia. He was a graduate of Battle Ground Academy and the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He took some time away from college to serve his country for three years in the U. S. Air Force during the Korean War. After routine basic training in Texas and California he was deployed to Giebelstandt, Germany and later, Trier, Germany. After returning to Wayne County, he began working for his father at Hassell and Hughes Lumber Company. His work history spanned some 58 years in the hardwood lumber, dimension, and flooring business. For the past 16 years, he served as the president and CEO of the company. He was joyfully married to his sweetheart of 36 years, Betty Jean Skelton Haggard Hughes, who passed away on October 21, 2010. It was bittersweet and fitting to have his funeral conducted on that day. Services were held at the Waynesboro church of Christ on Sunday afternoon, at 3 P.M., with Gregg Lee and Mitchell Skelton officiating. Sonny was laid to rest beside his beloved wife in Memorial Gardens. He was a proud father of four children who survive: Ralph Montague Hughes, III; Roy Haggard Hughes and wife, Jennifer; Robert Roy Haggard, III (Bob) and wife, Kim; and Ann Haggard Bevis and husband, Rex. He was a loving and devoted grandfather to six grandchildren: Gavin Hughes; Anna Elizabeth Haggard and Tara Duggar Hollis and husband, Jerry; Sarah Suzanne Bevis, Amanda Nell Bevis, and Wendy Bevis Daniel and husband, Ben. Also, he was a great-grandfather to Alex and Elly Hollis and Kaylee and Presley Daniel. Sonny enjoyed playing golf for many years and was instrumental in organizing the Hackers golf trips from 1957 thru 2002. He served as a member of the Board of Directors for both Peoples Bank and the Wayne County Bank. In addition, he served on the board of directors for First Federal Savings and Loan Association, the Green River Country Club and Green River Development Corporation. He was a member of the Waynesboro church of Christ. Integrity, kindness, and love were the standards for Sonny his entire life. Wayne County has lost a wonderful citizen and friend. Always humble, he honestly believed that he received far more from the people of Wayne County than he ever gave. His gentle soul and kind spirit will be forever missed by those of us who had the privilege of knowing and loving him. He was truly one of a kind. Services were held on October 21, 2012 at 3:00 PM at Waynesboro church of Christ in Waynesboro, Tennessee, with Gregg Lee, Mitchell L. Skelton officiating. Burial with military rites followed in the Memorial Gardens at Waynesboro. Pallbearers were Darrell West, Steve Collie, David Paul Hollis, Tony Hunt, Billy Reed, and Jonathan Littlejohn. Honorary pallbearers were Dave West, Dannie Brown, Larry Wright, Johnny Heard, John Galbreath, Darwin Rich, and Kirk Rutledge.

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Connor Lee Mitchell of Waynesboro, TN was born Friday, August 17, 2012 in Nashville, TN, the son of Brandon Lee and Brittany Suzanne Ray Mitchell of Waynesboro, who survive. Connor departed this life on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 2 months. Other than his parents, Connor is survived by a brother, Colby Allen Mitchell of the home; grandparents, David and Nancy Ray of Lawrenceburg, TN and Ricky and Mauveline Mitchell of Waynesboro; his maternal great-grandmother, Geneva Putman of Lawrenceburg. A graveside service was held at 11 A.M. Tuesday, October 23 at the Greenwood Cemetery, Waynesboro, with Jerry L. Robbins officiating and Shackelford Funeral Directors, Wayne County, directing. Oct. 24-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Oct. 24, 2012

Alvin Lee Holt

Alvin Lee Holt of Collinwood, TN was born July 17, 1918 in Wayne County, TN, the son of the late Sam and Annie Hollander Holt. He was united in marriage to Bertie Rich Brewer on November 4, 1988 and she preceded him in death on July 7, 2001. Mr. Holt was a retired railroad worker and had worked as a custodian at Collinwood School. He was of the Baptist faith. Mr. Holt departed this life on Monday, October 22, 2012 at Wayne Medical Center in Waynesboro, Tennessee at the age of 94 years. He is survived by sons, David and Dwight Holt; daughter, Carolyn Holt; step-daughters, Martha Atwell and Maureen Ingle both of Collinwood; seven grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; a brother, Joe Silas Holt of Collinwood; sisters, Iva Dean Daniel and Evelene Hollander both of Collinwood, and Thelma Jean Daniel of MI; several nieces and nephews. In addition to his wife and parents, Mr. Holt was preceded in death by a step-daughters, Willa Mae Gilchrist and Irma Ruth Crowder and sixteen brothers and sisters. Services will be held on Wednesday, October 24 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Directors Chapel, Collinwood with Tim Hanback officiating. Burial will follow in the Memorial Gardens, Collinwood. Oct. 24-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Oct. 24, 2012

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Jewel Perry

Jewel Holt Perry departed this life on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at the age of 88 years. Services were held on October 23 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah, TN with Van Vansandt officiating. Burial followed in Mars Hill Cemetery at Adamsville, TN. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Oct. 24, 2012


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waiting for the official autopsy report. The Sheriff also stated that they have significant amounts of evidence that point to a lack of foulplay. When news of Hughes’ death reached his company, all of the workers were sent home. Services for Hughes were held on Sunday, October 21st, two years to the day of his wife’s passing in

2010. He was a beloved member of the Wayne County community; his contributions and gentle kindness will not soon be forgotten.

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under 16 years of age, and 11:00 PM for those under 18 years old, if not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Chief Barturen also reminds all trick-ortreaters to please carry a flashlight and have children wear reflective clothing to make them as visible as possible. Both the Clifton and the Waynesboro police departments have confirmed extra patrols to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable Halloween.

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Bank of Waynesboro President Bill Bryant has announced the promotion of Betina Sanders to Manager of the bank’s Barlow branch office. Mrs. Sanders is a native of Waynesboro and has been an Assistant VicePresident of the Bank of Waynesboro since 2009. “Betina’s specialty is customer service,” said Bryant. “She’s served

customers since she was a young girl working in her parents retail store in Barlow. She has brought that great ‘people person’ attitude to our bank for the past 10 years and I know she will continue to do what’s best for the bank’s customers.” Betina has managed the note department since joining the Bank of Waynesboro in 2002 and became a loan officer in 2005. She was formerly a loan officer at Wayne County Bank in 2001-02 before joining the South Central Tennessee Career Center. She has also worked in retail and industry, the latter with Tennessee River, Inc. where she was office manager and prepared the company’s payrolls for 10 years. She

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She sings in the choir, teaches Sunday School and works with the youth at Green River Baptist Church. “It’s great to be working in the Barlow community for the Bank of Waynesboro,” said Mrs. Sanders. “I enjoy helping people and I enjoy being in Barlow where my parents taught me how important customer service is.” Betina is the daughter of Fayetta and the late Gerald Mathis, former owners of the Barlow Super Saver store.

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the audience regarding questions ranging from clarifications about the PA system and the status of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, to rights outlined in the Student Handbook and a direct request to allow a student to pray over the box microphone during Friday’s football game. The Board did not take any formal action. The meeting continued to the approval of Janitorial and Electrical supply bids. The electrical supply bids, which would cover exit signs, batteries, light bulbs, etc., came from two companies: Batteries Plus and Light Bulb Depot. Janitorial supply bids were received from Central Poly Corporation, Interboro Packaging, All American Poly, and Valley Supply. Superintendent Grinder explained that each vendor was cheaper on some items, and that auditors have stated that if all bidders were approved, items could be purchased from all bidders based on which price was lower. It was clarified that, once the bid requirement was met, items could be purchased from other vendors as well, if they were cheaper. He recommended that the Board approve all bidders and the items with the lowest prices would be purchased from each. Andy Yarbrough provided the motion, which was seconded by Dwight Bumphus. The roll call vote passed the motion unanimously. The final item under new business was information

the roll call vote passed unanimously. The first item under new business was the approval of a Collinwood Middle School trip. Superintendent Grinder explained to the Board that seventh and eighth graders from the CMS Beta Club were requesting permission to attend the State Beta Club Convention, an overnight trip, from November 17th – 20th. Angela Swanson moved to approve the trip and Pat Brown seconded. The motion passed unanimously. The next topic under new business was policies and guidelines on school prayer, as requested by Greg Eaton at the September meeting. Prior to the meeting, Superintendent Grinder provided the Board members with information about school policies, as well as state and federal guidelines for their review. The packet included a letter from the Tennessee Risk Management Trust (TRMT) stating that it would not represent the school system in a lawsuit if the Board allowed prayers, as it would be a clear violation of federal law. Andy Yarbrough raised a number of questions about the letter and TRMT’s classification of a potential suit as an injury case. He also asked Superintendent Grinder to inquire about what is covered under the school’s policy. There was a lengthy discussion between the Board and members of

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bids did not include any 48 passenger busses, although Transportation Supervisor Marlon Davis stated that one of his contacts had a used 48 passenger bus for $62,500, but that a deposit would be required prior to inspecting the bus for purchase. The Board agreed that a deposit prior to seeing the bus would not be ideal, and examined the new bids. For new buses, the Board received two bids: a 66-passenger Blue Bird bus from Central Bus Sales for $77,414 and a 72-passenger International bus from National Bus Sales for $76,900 (plus an $837 delivery charge). For used Buses, the Board received one bid for a 72-passenger Thomas bus from American Bus Sales for $70,015. In addition to buses for purchase, the Board also received quotes for leasing buses. The only bid received was for a Cumberland International 66-passenger International bus, with the leasing options of 60-months or 72-months. Both options offered a purchase at the end of the lease for $1.00, but the leasing prices were over $85,000. Andy Yarbrough moved to purchase one 72-passenger bus from National Bus Sales for $76,900 (plus the delivery charge), pending confirmation of warranty. He also moved to explore other options for purchasing a second bus. Pat Brown seconded and


business, Andy Yarbrough made a motion to adjourn the meeting, which was seconded by Greg Eaton. The motion passed and the meeting was adjourned. The Board of Education will hold its next regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, November 8th at 5:30PM in the Central Office Board Room. The public is welcome to attend.

was the Energy Grant mentioned previously in the meeting, which could range from $10,000$37,000. No action was required by the Board. Superintendent Grinder also notified the Board that Collinwood Middle School invited everyone to attend their Geography Awareness Week from November 11th- 17th. He also updated the Board on a prior request to change the report card procedure at Waynesboro Elementary School. Superintendent Grinder told the Board that the request had since been withdrawn to allow more time for further study. Having no further

presented by Federal Programs Supervisor Lee Ann Staggs, who provided the Board with Career Ladder Extended Contracts that included proposed expenditures. The program helps to provide after-school tutoring and summer school classes. A motion to approve was offered by Andy Yarbrough and seconded by Barry Hanback. The motion passed unanimously. Superintendent Grinder moved on to “other” by notifying the Board of pending grant applications. He stated that the school system was applying for four grants. The first is a Toyota Grant, which could range from $50,000 to $200,000. The grant could address needs in science, technology, engineering, and mat (STEM) and possibly allow for the creation of an adult high school program, which could improve the county’s graduation rate. The second grant was the renewal of the Graduation Coach, which would range from $70,000- $80,000. The third was an application by Waynesboro Middle School for a technology grant which could range from $1,000- $5,000. The final grant application

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forward for baptisms. “As the Army of the Tennessee retreated toward Atlanta in 1864, it experienced the fires of the Great Revival. A Tennessee chaplain who later served as a minister in North Alabama, the Rev. S. M. Cherry kept a diary of his work as a chaplain. He reported a ‘previous revival’ at Dalton, GA, with 107 conversions in Brown’s Brigade. “Southern religious leaders made earnest efforts to provide the soldiers with Bibles, New Testaments, and religious tracts. They sent letters to their home churches, begging for more men to assist in evangelizing the troops and providing more Bibles. British and even some Northern Bible societies responded generously. “In 1877, Rev. William W. Bennett, D.D., was a Confederate chaplain that published A Narrative of the Great Revival Which Prevailed in the Southern Armies. He believed the Southern army camp had truly been a school of Christ, where pious generals like Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee led their men both in battles and in prayer meetings. The moral miracles that had taken place among confederate soldiers were the most magnificent of all times; they truly became the ‘silver lining to the dark and heavy cloud’ of the South’s defeat.” The next meeting will be on Saturday, November 3, at 11 A.M., at the church. All women over the age of 16 are invited to come and find out more about your Southern heritage. TRU-2912-A OCT 2009


The United Daughters of the Confederacy met on Saturday, October 6, 2012, at the Waynesboro Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The Flag Service and Ritual were led by Pat Kirtland. The Minutes of the September meeting were read by Eloise Duncan. A motion was made by Pat Kirtland

and seconded by Jennie Harper to approve the Minutes. The Treasurer’s report was given by Pat Kirtland and was approved. Jennie Harper reported that the CofC Chapter is planning to attend the trip to the Sam Davis Home in Smyrna in December. Lottie and Cody Anderson have been named to the Historic Marker Committee. They will visit each historic marker in Wayne County to take pictures of them. In addition, they will take pictures of the Tennessee Civil War Sites in Wayne County. All of the pictures will be compiled into a booklet to be presented to organizations that could use this information. The President General’s message was shared by Betty Anderson. Eloise Duncan submitted the names of her sons for possible military service awards. Members were reminded to fill out the list of benevolent activities they completed. Betty and Jennie will attend the UDC Division Convention on Oct. 12-13 in Clarksville. They will get news and updates on dues, etc., and will report on them at the November meeting. A book was donated by Pat for the Silent Auction at the convention. Betty will contact Sunny Barnhart to see if we can participate in Veterans’ Day activities. All members were asked to bring a Confederate or Southern book to the November meeting to donate to the Wayne County Library. It was the consensus of the group to make a donation to the Division Scholarship in the event of a death in


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Local Facilities May Have Received Tainted Drugs

W.M.S. 5th Grade 4-H Club Competes Poster Competition The 2nd meeting of the Waynesboro Middle School 5th Grade 4-H Clubs was a poster contest. There were over sixty posters submitted for the contest. Winners going to the county competition and receiving a blue ribbon were: Callie Prince, Dalton Chastain, Chloe Skelton, Christopher Pruett, Cameron Lowe, Alia Franks, Jalen Wren, Christian Anderson, Wyatt Kelly, Mallory Martin, and Aleyah Coker.

Pictured left, Christopher Pruett; standing center-Cameron Lowe; right, Alia Franks and kneeling center, Jalen Wren.

Pictured top left, Christian Anderson; top right, Wyatt Kelley; bottom left, Aleyah Coker and bottom right, Mallory Martin.

Pictured left, Callie Prince; center, Dalton Chastain and right, Chloe Skelton.

Wayne County Republican Women’s Club Meet The Republican Women’s Club met on October 15 at the headquarters. Vernon Lay gave the invocation, and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by Martha Prater.

Jane Beal shared her excitement about the Club and its activities. She urged everyone to work hard to get Romney elected and to become active in State Federation

Suzanne Thomas, (left) president of the Pickwick Republican Women’s Club, and Jane Beal, Area 7-A VP, were special guests at the meeting.

Shirley Curry reviewed the problems of Core Curriculum for our schools.

By: Kaitlyn McClanahan

Katie Sumner was presented a plaque in appreciation for her service as Club President. activities also. Suzanne Thomas gave an update on Obamacare. She stated that no one wants to be old in 2013, as the changes in healthcare will greatly reduce the availability of care as we currently know it. She urged everyone to make calls and get more people educated and involved with the issues. Our job should not only be to elect Republicans but to make sure those Republicans pass good legislation. She invited us to visit legislators with her after the election to express our feelings on laws and legislation and the direction our country is taking. Lillie Ruth Brewer stated the last day to register to vote was very busy. Absentee voting has also been heavy. It may indicate a very busy Early Voting period and Election Day. She also distributed brochures about the photo ID requirements. Shirley Curry presented a review of Core Curriculum that will be required in schools in 46 states that have accepted it. “We must fight hard to get rid of this program, as it imposes a national standard of teaching and learning for all students. All teachers must teach the curriculum in the same way. This plan was implemented by Hitler. Everyone was taught the same thing in the same way, and it was easy to control every student in the nation. Schools will have to buy all new textbooks and materials, which will cause a financial burden on already strained budgets. The plan sounds good to the general public, but all parents must research the real effects of it and work to stop it. Utah is launching the largest battle against it so far, and Romney has stated he is against it.” Plans were discussed for the Joey Hensley Meetand-Greet on October 25th at the home of Jason and Stacey Rich. Admission will be free and everyone is invited to meet Mr. Hensley, who has represented this district as a State Representative for several years. Ideas for having a Reagan Day Dinner in January or February were made. A plaque was presented to past-President Katie Sumner for her service to the Wayne County Republican Women’s Club. She is expecting twins, and her husband has accepted a job in McNairy County. The next meeting will be Election Night, November 6, at the headquarters. - -Submitted

As of October 22, 2012, the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) is aware of sixty-nine patients with meningitis associated with steroid injections from the New England Compounding Center (NECC). The number of confirmed deaths in this situation has risen to nine. The TDH has also confirmed that, in addition to the Oak Ridge, Crossville, and Nashville facilities that received the tainted steroid injections, seventy-four other healthcare facilities in Tennessee have received suspect material from NECC that may pose a risk to some patients. A list was released on Tuesday, but quickly recalled due to inaccuracies. Included on the original list were Maury Regional Hospital, Primary Care Specialists South in Jackson, and the Plastic Surgery Clinic of Jackson. The TDH expects that there will be a significantly fewer number of Tennessee facilities on the corrected list, which had not be released as of Tuesday afternoon. The FDA’s concern with the additional NECC products includes injectable ophthalmic

drugs used in some eye surgeries and cardioplegic solution used in some heart surgeries after May 21, 2012. Cardioplegic solution is used to induce cardiac muscle paralysis during open heart surgery to prevent injury to the heart. Nationally, two transplant patients, who were administered NECC cardioplegic solution during surgery, have been diagnosed with Aspergillus fumigatus infection. Investigation of these patients is ongoing. The most recent TDH press release states that no patients in Tennessee have been identified as having any issues caused by the eye and heart drug products. The TDH has been working with all of its facilities to notify patients who may have been exposed to ophthalmic drugs and cardioplegic solution from the NECC facility. Letters are being sent to patients who received these products, detailing the symptoms of infection and instructions from physicians. If patients have questions about the outbreak or the additional products, please contact your physician or call the Tennessee Poison Control Center at 1-800222-1222.

This Week In American History! By: Kaitlyn McClanahan

On October 24, 1901, a 63-year-old schoolteacher named Annie Edson Taylor became the first person to take the plunge over Niagara Falls in a barrel. Although the first to attempt the stunt in a barrel, Taylor was not the first person to go over the famous falls. In October 1829, a man known as the Yankee Leaper, survived a jump off of the 175foot Canadian side, called Horseshoe Falls. More than 70 years later, Taylor strapped herself into a leather harness inside an old wooden pickle barrel, five feet high and three feet in diameter, with cushions lining the barrel to break her fall. Knocked violently from side to side by the rapids, Taylor reached the shore below, alive and battered, about twenty minutes after her journey began. She didn’t reach fame and fortune as she had hoped, but she did inspire a number of copy-cat daredevils. Between 1901 and 1995, 15 people went over the falls; 10 of them survived. No matter the method, going over Niagara Falls is illegal, and survivors face charges and stiff fines on either side of the border. On October 26, 1881, the Earp brothers faced off against the ClantonMcLaury gang in a legendary shootout at the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona. Wyatt Earp and his brothers represented “law and order” in Tombstone, and the Clanton and McLaury boys, known as thieves and murderers, lived on a ranch outside of town. On

October 25, Ike Clanton and Tom McLaury came into Tombstone and had several violent run-ins with the Earps and their friend, Doc Holliday over a 24 hour period. On October 26, the Earps and Holliday spotted five members of the ClantonMcLaury gang in a vacant lot behind the OK Corral. The famous gunfight that ensued lasted all of thirty seconds, and around thirty shots were fired. When the dust cleared, Billy Clanton and the McLaury brothers were dead, two of the Earps and Doc Holliday were wounded, and the other gang members had run for the hills. A sheriff, who witnessed the shootout, charged the Earps and Holliday with murder, but a Tombstone judge found the men not guilty, ruling that they were “fully justified in committing these homicides.” On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles caused a

nationwide panic with his broadcast of “War of the Worlds”—a realistic radio dramatization of a Martian invasion of Earth. The show began on Sunday, October 30, at 8:00PM, with an announcement that it was a play performed by the Mercury Theater and Welles. In 1938, Sunday evening was the prime-time for radio programs, and millions of Americans would tune in. On October 30, many listeners were tuned into CBS for a popular ventriloquist program that did not end until 8:12 P.M. By the time they had switched to the NBC

broadcast, the story of the Martian invasion was well underway, and as many as a million radio listeners believed that a real Martian invasion was taking place in New Jersey. Panic broke out across the country, terrified civilians jammed highways seeking to escape the alien marauders. People begged police for gas masks to save them from the toxic gas and asked electric companies to turn off the power so that the Martians wouldn’t see their lights. One woman ran into an Indianapolis church where evening services were being held and yelled, “New York has been destroyed! It’s the end of the world! Go home and prepare to die! When news of the reallife panic leaked into the CBS studio, Welles went on the air as himself to remind listeners that it was just fiction.

Unemployment Rates Decrease In TN And US On Thursday, October 18, 2012, the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced that the state unemployment rate for September decreased by 0.2 percent, from 8.5 percent in August to 8.3 percent in September. Tennessee reflects the national trend, which saw a decrease by 0.3 percent, from 8.1 percent in August to 7.8 percent September. The September unemployment rate is the lowest in Tennessee since June, and over the past year, Tennessee has seen a decline from 9.1 percent to 8.3 percent (a change of 0.8 percent). Nationally, the unemployment rate has declined from 9.0 percent to 7.8 percent over the past year, a 1.2 percentage difference. The Department of Labor and Workforce Development will release county unemployment rates later this month.


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WCHS / CHS Girls Soccer Team Finishes With Best Season Ever

Preston Rice with the score as Nick VanEtten leads the way.

W.M.S. Wildcats Cap Off Perfect Season; Win Conference Championship On Thursday, October 18th, 2012 the Waynesboro Middle School Wildcats completed their season with a win over the Collinwood Trojans to remain undefeated on the year and capture the Quad Counties Conference Championship. The Cats received the ball to start the game and were set up with good field position as Dawson Mathis brought the kick back to the 43 yard line. Two quick passes from Preston Rice to Mathis

and Rice to Brilee Harris put the Cats with first and goal from the 1 yard line. Rice would keep the ball up the middle for the gameís first score. Joe Birchett added the 2-point conversion to make the score 8-0 in favor of the Wildcats. The Catsí defense has played well all year and this game was no exception. The defense forced a Trojan punt on their first possession and got the Catsí offense back on the field. The offense

marched the ball down the field and Preston Rice went 27 yards for his second score of the game. The conversion was unsuccessful and the Cats led 14-0 in the first quarter. After holding the Trojans on downs the Cats offense took over on their own 40 yard line, but a personal foul forced the Cats to punt the ball back to the Trojans. The defense once again held strong and forced a Trojan punt. The offense (Continued On Page Eight B)

Trojans Dominate Cornersville Win 47-21 The Collinwood Trojans hosted the Cornersville Bulldogs last Friday for “Senior Night”. The fired up Trojans came out red hot and dominated the Dogs from the start. The Trojans defense came away with four interceptions a fumble recovery and put some hard hits on the visitors. Peyton Risner had two picks, Austin Caperton had one pick,

and Jeremiah Hensley had one pick for a touchdown. Austin Wear recovered a fumble and Brier Daniel led the hard hitting defense that held Cornersville to 122 yards on 18 of 40 passing. Collinwood amassed 451 yards of offense, 345 yards rushing on 33 carries and 6 touchdowns. The Trojans offense was led by Logan Montgomery. He had 187 yards rushing

and three touchdowns on just 8 carries. He also completed 8 of 15 passes for 106 yards. Austin Wear carried the ball 5 times for 43 yards and one TD. David Bigelow had 6 carries for 41 yards, Ben Ragan and Peyton Risner both had rushing touchdowns. Brier Daniel hit a 27 yard field goal. Dominic Norato led receiving with (Continued On Page Seven B)

Dominic Norato runs behind blocking from Joseph Rich, Fred Hendricks, and Hunter Adams.

Cassie Mathis quickly goes after the ball on defense as Jessie Ray sets up to defend the goal. As reported last week, The girls played hard compliments from the combined WCHS/ and well against a team opposing coaches and CHS girls soccer team that had a higher overall referees. The defensive finished the regular experience level, and four of sophomore season with a record made the Wayne County sweeper Cassie Mathis of 9 wins and 7 losses, fans and coaches proud. and seniors Jessica earning a 5th place finish The team’s 9 wins Hargrove (on the right), out of 10 teams in their set a new school record Carlie Littrell (on the district and a bye in the for girls soccer. The left) and Kristen Wooten first round of the district team’s success came ( dominating the center) tournament. On Monday, from the hard work of pulled the teeth of Oct. 15th, they traveled to all parts of the team. The most teams’ offenses. 4th placed Spring Hill for defense had a record 6 They were supported a quarterfinal match. In shut-outs, and kept the by substitutes Morgan the first half, the balance team in every game. In Davis, Molly Robertson, of play favored Spring the 17 games and 2 pre- and Jayden Clanton. Hill, but Wayne County season scrimmages, they The mid-field of senior played solid defense and allowed only 45 goals. Brooke Duncan on the created some scoring Goalie Jessie Ray made right, and sophomores chances, including a many spectacular saves, Tyler Downs (center) and great shot by right striker and received numerous (Continued On Page Seven B) Summer Jackson that just missed the back corner of the goal. Spring Hill scored at about the 30 minute mark with a lob shot from the right side that got over Wayne County goalie Jessie Ray and snuck into the back corner of the goal. Five minutes later they were allowed a second goal from a player who was visibly off-sides. The second half startBrooke Duncan races to the ball to keep it in the ed off poorly for Wayne Ladycats’ possession. County, as Spring Hill scored two more quick goals in the first 3 minutes. Wayne County continued to pressure Spring Hill, with center striker Alexis Haddock hitting the cross bar and getting several other shots. Unfortunately, none of the Wayne County attacks found the Spring Hill net. Spring Hill later added 3 more goals to win by a final score of 7-0. Jessie had Jessica Hargrove takes control of the ball after 17 saves in the game. stealing it away from a Springhill player.


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Collinwood 4, 5, and 6 Micros were sponsored by the Wayne County Bank and Bank of Collinwood. Coaches from left to right, Jeff Rumbaugh; head coach Chris Howe and Jason Hamm. Back row: Maddox Crosslin #1, Luke Horton #70, Drey Howe #50, John-Wesley Brewer #17, Fletcher Thompson #10, and Robbie Faulds #66. Front row: Evan Skillern #9, Westin Daniel #88, Tate Linville #4, C. J. Velasco #15, Nick Sanderson #16, Zant Daniels #99, Ty Darby #3, Ben Sanders #6 and Luke Hamm #8. Not pictured Bensen Blalock #11.

Collinwood 7 and 8 Minis were sponsored by K & K Farms and Roadhouse. Pictured back row: Coach Tim Whitten, Carter Smith #5, Ty Darby #3, Kelsey Moore #10, Joe-Houston Thompson #20, and Head Coach Nick Thompson. Front row: Eli Broome #33, Harrison Rickard #18, Blake Whitten #12, Branston Holt #1, Drake Ray #47, Narshal White #21, and Hayden Hunt #7. Not pictured Willie Williams #25 and Ashton Rippy #13.

Collinwood 9 and 10 Midgets were sponsored by Pulley’s Auto and Air Evac. Pictured back row: Head Coach Scotty Brewer, Jaime Haddock, Shaun Richardson, Shane Scott, and Derek Pulley. Middle row: Cade Vencion #25, Joe Hensley #30, Dayton Scott #13, Dyer Richardson #5, Dexter Stricklin #59, Will Keeton #9, Matt Gamble #88, Kyler Whitehead #70, Caleb Brewer #36, and Danton Rinehart #8. Front row: Gracy Westmoreland #21, Noah Sanderson #16, Toby Littrell #20, Carson Ramson #10, Alex Haddock #15, Ashtin Grimes #99, and Caleb Pulley #7. Not pictured, Logan Williams #55 and Peyton Ward #12.

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Forages after a Frost Winter’s on its way, and with that comes frost and freeze. For those of us with cattle, sheep, or goats, that means the possibility of prussic acid poisoning. Hydrocyanic Acid (HCN), commonly called prussic acid, is a concern when certain plants are stressed by drought or frost. The plants of most concern are Sorghum, Johnsongrass, SorghumSudangrass hybrids, and Sudangrass. Of these, Johnsongrass may be the most important to watch for, as it is the most widely spread in the county. According to a University of Illinois publication, after a frost Johnsongrass and other sorghum type grasses should be allowed to dry down for three to five days before grazing, and after a killing freeze, grazing should not be done for 7-10 days. Even then, cattle should not be turned into pasture hungry. Forages mentioned above should not be

grazed if they are below two feet in height. Shorter plants, especially new growth, have higher prussic acid content than older, taller plants. Another concern is the amendments that have or haven’t been applied. When high levels of nitrogen fertilizer are applied, especially when the soil is low or deficient in phosphorus and potassium, prussic acid levels increase. Also, pastures sprayed with 2, 4-D may see an increase in prussic acid. The effects of the chemical may last for weeks after the actual spraying. If plants are at a desirable stage to harvest, haying is a good option since prussic acid (unlike nitrates in forages) diminishes with time. How much time? Seven to ten days. During the curing process, the prussic acid may decrease up to 75%, and is rarely hazardous when fed to livestock. According to Perdue, one way of reducing the risk of poisoning is by feeding ground cereal

HARDIN COUNTY STOCKYARD 3350 HWY 226, SAVANNAH, TN 38372 731-925-3287 931-224-2247 MARKET REPORT OCTOBER 17, 2012 Total Hd 820 Last Week 944 Last Yr 1241 Cattle 780 Goats 24 Hogs 16 #1 Steers & Bulls 200-300 WT 188.00-212.00 300-400 WT 164.00-188.00 400-500 WT 144.00-164.00 500-600 WT 135.00-144.00 600-700 WT 128.00-135.00 700-800 WT 122.00-128.00 800-900 WT 115.00-122.00 #1 Heifers 200-300 WT 141.00-162.00 300-400 WT 134.00-141.00 400-500 WT 128.00-134.00 500-600 WT 119.00-128.00 600-700 WT 114.00-119.00 700-800 WT 108.00-114.00 800-900 WT 104.00-108.00 High dressing utility cows 74.00-80.50 High dressing slaughter bulls 85.00-90.50

grains before turning them out to graze. “Carbohydrates in the grain tend to inhibit the emulsion from hydrolyzing dhurrin, which causes prussic acid formation.” If an animal is grazing frosted forages with high levels of prussic acid, death can occur quickly if large quantities are consumed, but longer if only smaller quantities are eaten. But when I say longer, it usually means up to an hour, instead of a few minutes. Animals that survive at least two hours after the onset of symptoms (which can include staggering, labored breathing, spasms, and foaming at the mouth) will usually survive. In any case, if you suspect prussic acid poisoning, you should contact your veterinarian immediately. Oh and if anyone raises horses (or even hogs on pasture), I didn’t not leave them out by accident, because these animals are not ruminant animals (they have a onechambered stomach as opposed to four chambers like cattle). The cud chewing and rumen bacteria in goats, sheep, and cattle help release the cyanide (prussic acid) from the plant tissue. Also, horses and hogs both have stomach acid (hydrochloric acid) which reacts with the hydrocyanic acid in the plants to form less harmful substances, formic acid and ammonium chloride.

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NEWS Charlotte Smith EXTENSION AGENT UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE EXTENSION LEAD POISONING National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week is October 21–27, 2012 Nearly half a million children living in the United States have elevated blood lead levels that may cause significant damage to their health, estimates the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The estimate is based on children with a blood lead level of 5 micrograms per deciliter or higher using data from national surveys conducted in 20072008 and 2009-2010. Major sources of lead exposure to U.S. children include lead-based paint and lead-contaminated dust in deteriorating buildings. Children can also be exposed to lead from additional sources including contaminated drinking water, takehome exposures from a workplace, and lead in soil. Despite the continued presence of lead in the environment, lead poisoning is entirely preventable. To increase awareness of childhood lead poisoning prevention, Wayne County Extension,


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along with CDC, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, is participating in National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week (NLPPW) October 21– 27. This year’s NLPPW theme, “Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future,” underscores the importance of testing your home, testing your child, and learning how to prevent lead poisoning’s serious health effects. Key points to remember: • Children under age 6 are most at risk for lead poisoning. • Prevent lead poisoning. Get your home tested. Get your child tested. Get the facts! • Was your house painted before 1978? Protect your family from lead exposure. • Remodeling the home? Renovate right with lead-safe work practices. • Talk to your health department about testing home paint and dust for lead. Parents can reduce a child’s exposure to lead in many ways. Here are some simple things you can do to help protect your family: 1. Get your Home Tested. Before you buy an older home, ask for a lead inspection. 2. Get your Child Tested. Even if your young children seem healthy, ask your doctor to test them for lead. 3. Get the Facts! Your local health department can provide you with helpful information about preventing childhood lead poisoning. Contact them at 931-722-3292. For more information, contact Wayne County Extension or call 1-800424-LEAD.

Local Purebred Farmer Headed Livestock Expo Charles Rowlett of Cypress Inn, TN has entered one head of beef in the AOB division of the 39th annual North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). The NAILE is recognized as the world’s largest purebred livestock show with more than 24,500 entries and nearly $700,000 in prizes and awards. Scheduled for November 3-16, the event takes place at the Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, KY. Purebred farms from nearly every state and Canada bring livestock to compete in one of ten expo divisions: dairy cattle, dairy goats, meat goats, beef cattle, quarter horses, draft horses, mules and donkeys, sheep, swine, and llamas and alpacas. More than 200,000 American and foreign visitors attend the hundreds of individual breed shows, sales and events. In addition to the recognition and prize money that comes with winning at the NAILE, the value of the champion breeding stock is significantly enhanced. Breed association events are not the only NAILE feature. The expo is also home to numerous youth events that are an important part of the livestock industry’s traditions, including: Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup; Youth, Junior College and Senior Collegiate Dairy Judging Contest; 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl; National Collegiate Livestock Judging Contest; National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest; National 4-H Skill-A-Thon Contest; Junior College Livestock Judging Contest; and National 4-H Poultry and Egg Conference. Additionally, youth exhibitors enter market animals, those targeted for meat production, in the Junior Steer Show, Junior Market Swine Show or Junior Wether Show. These youth shows are sponsored by Farm Credit Services of Mid-America and are nationally recognized for both the quality of competition and prestige of winning. The NAILE is produced by the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the KY State Fair Board.


Community Happenings 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 Oct. 2012-P. 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. Oct. 2012-P. BECOME A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER You Can be the Difference! Come join us at Tennessee Quality Hospice and become a part of a caring and compassionate team. Tennessee Quality Hospice provides Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual support for terminally ill patients and their families. Volunteers are needed for Patient care, bereavement support, office work. Training is free call Bro. Chad Balentine at 931-722-2785. Jan. 26-2011-tf-ojb)

WAYNE COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY TO MEET The Wayne County Republican Party will meet the fourth Tuesday night of each month at 6:30 P.M. at the Wayne County Republican Headquarters on the West side of the square unless otherwise posted. All Republicans are urged to attend. Jan. 18, 2012-Jan. 21, 2013-P.

WAYNE COUNTY HELPING HANDS OFFERS “AFTER-CARE” GROUP Wayne County Helping Hands has begun offering an “After-Care” 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. October 2012-(ojb)

WAYNE COUNTY DEMOCRAT PARTY TO MEET The Wayne County Democratic Party will meet each third Thursday of the month at 6:30 P.M. at Tin Roof Steakhouse, 705 Highway 99, Waynesboro, unless otherwise posted. All Democrats are encouraged to attend. Please plan to make a purchase to repay Tin Roof for use of their meeting room. Aug., Sept., And Oct. 2012-P.

A.A. MEETS IN WAYNESBORO AT C.P. CHURCH A. A. meets every Tuesday night at 7 P. M. at the Presbyterian Church in Waynesboro. Everyone is welcome. For more information call C.W.B. 731-695-2358 or Ron R. 931-762-5977 / 931-629-0572. Aug. 2012-Aug. 2013-P.

NEW LIBRARY HOURS AT COLLINWOOD DEPOT LIBRARY New Library Hours will take effect on Tuesday, November 6 at the Collinwood Depot Branch Library. The Library will be open Tuesday through Friday from 10 A.M. until 5 P. and Saturday from 10 A.M. until 2 P.M. DIABETES EDUCATION GROUP - 1ST. TUESDAY The Diabetes Education Group meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 11:30 A.M. in Maury Regional Medical Center’s Private Dining Room 1. Topics and presenters vary each month. For more information call 931-540-4324.

Events In And Around Wayne County

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. Feb. - Dec. 2012-P.

ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL OCT. 27 AT MCGLAMERY CHURCH McGlamery Church will hosts its annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 27th, 2012 from 4 P.M. until ??? Activities will include a Hay Ride, Trunk Or Treat, Costume Contest, Games, and treats. You are invited to join them for a good time. Oct. 24-P. BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR WAYNE COUNTY AND WAYNE CARE NURSING HOMES AND ASSISTED LIVING TO MEET The Board of Trustees for Wayne County and Wayne Care Nursing Homes and Assisted Living will havetheir regular business meeting on Friday, October 26th, 2012 at the Assisted Living Facility. Breakfast will begin around 8 A.M. with the business session to begin at 8:30. 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 W.C.H.S. CLASS OF 1972 REUNION The Wayne County High School Class of 1972 reunion will be held on Saturday, November 10th at 7 P.M. at Bradleys Restaurant in Waynesboro. Please RSVP to 931-3322646. EQIP/WHIP SIGN-UP The Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) and Wildlife Habitat Incentive Program (WHIP) have been responsible for numerous fencing, livestock watering systems and various other enhancements in Wayne County over the past years. Applications for the current fiscal year funding are due by December 15th, 2012. Assistance is currently available for cross-fencing, watering systems and other practices through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Wayne County Soil Conseration District. If you are an agriculture producer and would like to find out more about this nationwide incentive program, please stop by and visit Johnny or Lindsay today. The officer is located in the Wayne County Courthouse - Room 305. You may also call at 931-722-3553. Information and participant program guidelines can be seen at NRCS is an equal opportunity employer and provider. SCHRA POLICY COUNCIL / ANNUAL GOVERNING BOARD MEETINGS The South Central Human Resource Agency Policy Council and Annual Governing Board Meetings will be held on November 8, 2012 at 6 P.M. at the South Central Human Resource Agency Central Office in Fayetteville, TN. The Nominating Budget, and Personnel Committees will meet at 5:15 P.M. at the same location prior to the board meetings. 13TH ANNUAL BUFFALO RIVER POW WOW The 13th Annual Buffalo River Pow Wow will be held on Saturday, October 27, and on Sunday, October 28, 2012 at1690 Airport Ridge Road in Linden. Friday, October 26th is school day when local schools are invited to bring students for a special history lesson. On School Day a small admission is charged per student. This years event will feature Native American Food, as well as Native American Arts and Crafts, and Native American dancing. Everyone is invited to attend. Gates open at 10 A.M. each day and admission is charged. For more information call 931-5899628.

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COLLINWOOD OES CHAPTER 422 TO HONOR MASONS NOVEMBER 2ND Collinwood O.E.S. #422 will honor the masons on Friday night, November 2nd at 6 P.M. All masons and their families are invited for supper. An auction will be conducted afterwards to raise money to purchase Christmas gifts for the Nursing Hones and Shut-Ins. Oct. 24-31, 2012-P.

SCHRA HEAD START POLICY COUNCIL MTG. The South Central Human Resource Agency Head Start / Early Head Start Policy Council meeting will be held on November 15, 2012 at 10:30 A.M. at the South Central Human Resource Agency Central Office in Fayetteville, TN.

October Is SIDS Awareness Mth. By: Kaitlyn McClanahan

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is a devastating occurrence when an infant dies without explanation. Whiles cases of SIDS in Tennessee have declined over the past decade, with only eight in 2010, other sleep related deaths are on the rise. SIDS is one type of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID), and other causes of SUID include sleep related deaths such as suffocation or strangulation. Data from the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) shows that there were 131 sleep-related deaths due to suffocation and strangulation in Tennessee during 2010, accounting for 20% of infant deaths that year, contributing to Tennessee’s higher than average infant mortality rate. TDH has launched a Safe Sleep campaign aimed at the “ABC’s of Safe Sleep,” urging caregivers to focus on easy reminders that will help keep infants safe. The first is, always place babies on their back to sleep. Infants that are unable to roll over or lift their own head can suffocate on their stomachs if their faces are against the floor or mattress. Second, do not share a bed with a baby.

Statistics show that, in sleep-related deaths in Tennessee, 82 percent of the infants were found not sleeping in a crib or bassinette. In nearly 60 percent of those same cases, the infant was found sleeping with another person. Third, use a firm mattress with only a tightfitting bed sheet on the crib. Keep all stuffed animals, pillows, blankets, bumper pads, and toys out of the crib, as they can cause strangulation and suffocation. Finally, TDH recommends that you do not smoke during pregnancy or after your baby is born. It is important to share safe-sleep practices with everyone that helps care for your infant. TDH’s Director of Family Health and Wellness Dr. Michael Warren summed up the “ABC’s of Safe-Sleep” tips in one sentence: “Infants should sleep Alone, on their Backs, and in a Crib.”

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NOTICE OF AMENDMENT STATE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is seeking comments on Amendment #165 to the 2011-2014 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Amendment #165 is for new project number 99740 which provides Fiscal Year 2013 National Scenic Byways Program (NSBP) funds for a study that will address safety improvements and prioritize enhancements of the 440 mile long Tennessee River Trail Scenic Byway for bicyclists and pedestrians. This Byway runs through Stewart, Houston, Humphreys, Perry, Wayne, Hardin, Decatur, Benton, and Henry Counties. The amendment is posted on the Tennessee Department of Transportation web site at The public is being asked to review this document and provide comments to TDOT within 15 days of this publication date. After 15 days, the comments and suggestions will be reviewed and incorporated into the plan as appropriate. 1) Send an email:; 2) Write to: Community Relations Div., TN Department of Transportation, James K. Polk Bldg., Suite 700, 505 Deaderick Street, Nashville, TN 37243. If you have any questions concerning the amendment contact: Mr. Rick Pack, Transportation Manager 2, State of TN, Dept of Transportation, Program Development & Administration Division, Suite 600, James K. Polk Bldg, 505 Deaderick Street, Nashville, TN 37243, Phone (615) 741-6745. TDOT is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, religion, color, disability or national origin.


Fall Festival Revival Set Oct. 27 C’wood Oct. 26-28 At Clifton Church Middle School Revival services are set for October 26 through 28 at the First Pentecostal Church of Clifton, TN. Ricky Mitchell of Adamsville, TN will be the speaker. Services will be held at 7 P.M. on Friday and Saturday night and at 10 A.M. and 4 P.M. on Sunday. Billy Wright and the congregation invites you to attend.

Collinwood Middle School cheerleaders will sponsor a Fall Festival on Saturday night, October 27th. The event will be held at the Collinwood Middle School and will begin at 5 P.M. There will be games, crafts, food and fun for everyone. Also included in the activities will be chilli or chicken stew,

cake walk, haunted house, costume contests for both children and adults, a si-

lent auction and prizes. Everyone is invited to support this event.

Deadline Nov. 1 Apply B.E. Edwards S’ship Students who are planning to attend either the University of Tennessee at Knoxville or the University of Tennessee at Martin to attain a degree in agriculture may be eligible for a scholarship. Bluford Edwards set aside some endowme-

nts that created the B.E. Edwards Scholarships. Students who are planning to attend one of these Universities may apply for a scholarship to assist with tuition. If you have senior high school students who you feel may qualify, please have them stop by the

Extension office (top floor of the court house) to pick up a packet of information on how to apply. UT Knoxville’s deadline to apply for scholarships is November 1 and UT Martin’s deadline is February 1. The University of Tennessee Extension offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

Burn Permit Required From Oct. 15-May 15 The Division of Forestry is reminding Wayne County residents that if they intend to do any outdoor burning, they are required by state law to obtain a free burning permit. The permits are required October 15 until May 15. To obtain a permit call toll free 1-877-350BURN (2876) between 8 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday.

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. Greg Lee, Mitchell Skelton, Bobby Pinckley Ministers WEBSITE: COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible Class 9 – Worship 10 Randall Roby, Minister 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. MARTIN MILLS CHURCH OF CHRIST Pinhook Pike Road - Near Lutts 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 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.

Forgive All Injuries

.EVANS CHAPEL UNITED LUTTS BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Mike Calvert, Pastor Clifton Turnpike, Rt. 1 Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martiin, Pastor Notice that the sixth act of spiritual mercy WAYNESBORO Worship 8:30 A.M. – No S.S. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH says to “forgive all injuries.” Thus, we are MT. AUBURN UNITED South Main Street – Waynesboro METHODIST CHURCH called upon to forgive all those who wrong us, S.S. 9:45 A.M. – Worship 11 A .M. Beechview, Clifton no matter how large or small the injury. Not KELLEY’S CHAPEL Josh Layne, Pastor only is this good spiritual advice, but it is also BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 8:45 A.M. Natural Bridge Road POPES CHAPEL good from the mere perspective of human Troy Gobbell, Pastor UNITED METHODIST CHURCH relations. At times, this can be incredibly S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Off 13N. Past Bell Bridge difficult, especially if we have been wronged CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 2nd & 4th Sunday - 2 P.M. gravely or repeatedly by someone who seems Jerry Robbins, Pastor Ron Randolph, Pastor Highway 13 South – Waynesboro WHITTEN’S CROSSROADS intent on harming us. However, by forgiving S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH those who have harmed us, we “bury the Sun. Disc. Training 5 P.M. - Worship 6 P.M. Whitten’s Crossroads Community hatchet” and thus end the conflict and any Wed. Even. 6 P.M. John Allen Berry, Pastor associated animosity. Otherwise, we are sure STATELINE CHURCH S.S. 10:45 A.M. – Wprship 9:45 A.M. Keith Montgomery, Pastor WAYNESBORO FIRST to keep the conflict running and thus increase Hwy. 13 S. TN/AL Stateline UNITED METHODIST CHURCH the possibility of being injured in the future. Wed. Night. 6:30 P.M. Corner Of Hassell & Songer St. Great acts of forgiveness are some of the most S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Waynesboro, Tennessee MEMORIAL morally beautiful actions, and often lead to Whitney Mitchell, Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M reconciliations which were not thought to be Indian Creek Road, Waynesboro CLIFTON UNITED humanly possible. Consider that in places like Butch Burns, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH Rwanda, where acts of genocide were carried out, S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. West Pillow St., Clifton - Josh Layne Pastor GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH victims who had their entire families murdered S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Colllinwood – Third Avenue RIVERSIDE UNITED have somehow found it within themselves, and Lawrence Steiner, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH with the help of God, to forgive their enemies. We S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 128 N. Of Clifton - Josh Layne too should reflect on whether we are carrying LEATHERWOOD Worship 9:45 A.M. – S.S. 10:45 BAPTIST CHURCH CUMBERLAND around any old grudges and thus have not forgiven Highway 64 West PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH all injuries. And then, with God’s help, truly forgive S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 13 North – Waynesboro them. RAY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Don Jones, Pastor 3 ½ Miles Down Hog Creek Road S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON PRESBYTERIAN Put on then, as God’s chosen ones, holy and ZION BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH IN CLIFTON beloved, compassion, kindness, lowliness, 750 Glenrock Branch Road Dr. James Roundtree Pastor meekness, and patience, forbearing one another Nathan Huff, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. and, if one has a complaint against another, S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH 308 South Main St. – Waynesboro forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, 8821 California Branch Road S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. so you also must forgive. Westpoint, TN 38486 ST. CECILIA CATHOLIC CHURCH Tony Shults, Pastor Highway 64 East - Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11A.M. Father Kevin Dowling, Pastor Evening Worship 6 P.M. Saturday Mass 5 P.M. ABUNDANT LIFE HOLLIS CHAPEL FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Highway 64 West – Waynesboro Old Railroad BURNS CHAPEL LUTTS UNITED MT. TABOR MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Dean Haggard, Pastor Iron City, TN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH Shawnetttee Community Collinwood Sunday Service 10:30 Pastor, Julie Keener Highway 13 South – Collinwood Lutts, Tennessee - Tommy Flood, Pastor Clifton, Tennessee Tim Hanback, Pastor Midweek Service Thursday 7 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Edward Burbank, Pastor Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11:15 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FORTY-EIGHT FREEWILL SEVENTH DAY S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. SHAWNETTEE UNITED Wed. 6 P.M. JOHNSON’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH ADVENTISTS OF WAYNESBORO PINEY GROVE METHODIST CHURCH SHADY GROVE FREEWILL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Gene Kelly, Pastor Pastor – John Johnston FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Shawnettee Community – Collinwood BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Gene Daniel, Assistant Pastor 1606 Old Highway 64 E. Piney Community, Cypress Inn Bo Johnson, Pastor Olive Hill, Tennessee BEREA S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sabbath School 9:30 – Church 11 A.M. Greg Eaton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Pastor, Randy Stricklin MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Night – 5 P.M. LITTLE BETHEL NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH RAILROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. California Branch Road, Collinwood COLLINWOOD HOLINESS CHURCH Highway 13 N. – Colllinwood Iron City Road Sunday Night - 5 P.M. Steve Martin, Pastor FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH On Pumping Station Road Ricky Nelson, Pastor John Allen Berry, Pastor COLLINWOOD UNITED S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. First Avenue – Collinwood Robert Marks, Pastor Asst. Pastor, Andy Sherrill S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. METHODIST CHURCH CYPRESS OAK GROVE S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M S.S. 9-11 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. MT. HOPE UNITED 4th Street FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Night Services 6 P.M. Sun. Night 6 P.M. – Wed. Night 7 P.M. Wed. Disc. Training – 7 P.M. METHODIST CHURCH Collinwood Pumping Station Road WILLIAMS CHAPEL WAYNE COUNTY BIBLE CENTER CANAAN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Tommy Flood, Pastor Highway 13N – Lower Green River S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. Fishtrap Community - Danny Clark, S.S. 10 A.M. – Wprsjhip 11 A.M. Bobbie Martin, Pastor Sunday Evening 5 P.M. Holly Creek Road Pastor HIGHLAND UNITED S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11:15 A.M. Bible Study 6 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. BUTLER GROVE James Pete Turnbow, Pastor Pastors, Leo Doyle, III S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. METHODIST CHURCH MT. CARMEL UNITED FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON REVIVAL CENTER FELLOWSHIP FREEWILL BAPTIST METHODIST CHURCH Hwy. 64 E, Near Natchez Trace Last Butler Creek Road - Junior Daniel, Pastor MCGLAMERY CHURCH Clifton,Tennessee CHURCH Ray Watkins, Pastor Hardin Creek, Clifton S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. McGlamery Community Collinwood Shayne Riley, Pastor Rocky Ford Holly Creek S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martin, Pastor HOUSTON BAPTIST CHURCH Johnny Banks, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Bill Hollander, Pastor Sunday Night 5 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Preaching 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Robert Carroll Littrell, Pastor

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TDH Strives To Prevent Sleep-Related Infant Deaths, Oct. SIDS Awareness Month October is SIDS Awareness Month in the United States. SIDS, or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, occurs when an infant dies without explanation. In 2010, eight infants in Tennessee died of SIDS. While cases of SIDS in Tennessee have declined over the past decade, other sleeprelated deaths are on the rise. SIDS is just one type of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death, or SUID. Other causes can include sleep-related deaths

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated July 1, 2008, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded July 7, 2008, at Book 111, Page 618 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Jerri Ann Martin, conveying certain property therein described to Arnold M. Weiss, Esq., Shelby County as Trustee for Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.; and the undersigned, Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on November 5, 2012 on or about 3:00 p.m., at the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: Lying and being situated in the 1st Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and bounded and described as follows: On the waters of Hurricane Creek beginning at a stake, the same being the Northwest corner of Lot Number 12-E as shown on the plan and plat of Joe H. Sevier, Jr. Subdivision, found of record in Deed Book 58, page 356-A, ROWC, Tennessee; also a corner of tract of which this is a part and the Northwest corner of Lot Number 12-E, also the Southwest corner of Lot Number 11-E; thence South 74 degrees East 250 feet to a stake on the West margin of Hurricane Hills Drive extended, the same being the Southeast corner of Lot Number 11-E, also the most Eastern Southeast corner of said lot of which this is a part; thence with West margin North 23 degrees West 217 feet to a stake at intersection of graded road, the same being the Northeast corner of said Lot Number 11-E, also the Northeast corner of lot of which this is a part; thence with South margin of graded road South 81 degrees East 200 feet to a stake in same, the same being Northwest corner of said Lot 1-E; thence South 23 degrees East 105.7 feet to the beginning, containing by estimation 31,200 square fee, be the same more or less, according to J.N. Hurst, Surveyor. ALSO KNOWN AS: 820 Hurricane Hill Drive, Waynesboro, Tennessee 38485 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5-117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Jerri Ann Martin; Cavalry Portfolio Services LLC. et al assignee of Bank of America/ FIA Card Services, N.A. The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 1286-210657 DATED October 1, 2012 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_ tcrow_121001_1515 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC. COM October 10, 17, 24, 2012

such as suffocation or strangulation, infection or child abuse/neglect. Tennessee Department of Health data show there were 131 sleep-related deaths due to suffocation and strangulation in Tennessee in 2010, accounting for 20 percent of all infant deaths that year. “These sleep-related deaths are entirely preventable and contribute significantly to our state’s infant mortality rate, which is higher than the national BID NOTICE Wayne County Government will be accepting bids for cutting of hay at the Wayne County Industrial Park. Approximately 90 acres. At least two cuttings per year will be required along with proper trimming of ditches. It will be a 5 year contract with a renewal option. Please send detailed bids, including all work you plan to perform, by 12 noon on November 9th, 2012, to Wayne County Executive, P.O. Box 848, Waynesboro, TN, 38485. Faxed bids will also be accepted, 7225994. Bids will be reviewed by the County Commission and the successful bidder will be notified after November 19th. Oct. 17-24-(ojb) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE STATE OF TENNESSEE, WAYNE COUNTY WHEREAS, Welcome Doye Wood and Paula Thomas Wood executed a Deed of Trust to Branch Banking and Trust Company, Lender and BB&T Collateral Services Corporation, Trustee(s), which was dated March 31, 2008 and recorded on April 15, 2008 in Book 108 at Page 787, Wayne County, Tennessee Register of Deeds. WHEREAS, default having been made in the payment of the debt(s) and obligation(s) thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the current holder of said Deed of Trust, Branch Banking and Trust Company, (the “Holder”), appointed the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, as Substitute Trustee, by an instrument duly recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Wayne County, Tennessee, with all the rights, powers and privileges of the original Trustee named in said Deed of Trust; and NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable as provided in said Deed of Trust by the Holder, and that as agent for the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute Trustee, by virtue of the power and authority vested in it, will on November 13, 2012, at 12:00 PM at the usual and customary location at the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, to wit: Parcel ID Number: 071 004.15 000 Address/Description: Lot 26 Ross Creek Farm Subdivision, Phase IV, Clifton, TN 38425. Legal Description in Book 108, Page 785 of Conveyance Deed, Register’s Office for Wayne County, Tennessee. Current Owner(s): Welcome Doye Wood and wife Paula Thomas Wood. Other Interested Party(ies): . The sale of the property described above shall be subject to all matters shown on any recorded plat; any and all liens against said property for unpaid property taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements or set-back lines that may be applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; a deed of trust; and any matter than an accurate survey of the premises might disclose; and All right and equity of redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but the undersigned will sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. This office is attempting to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute Trustee M. Todd Jackson, TN BPR 23455 Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute Trustee c/o Tennessee Foreclosure Department 5431 Oleander Drive, Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PH: 888-251-0331 FX: (910) 392-8597 File No.: 12-25528 October 17, 24, 31, 2012

average,” said Health Commissioner John Dreyzehner, MD, MPH. “Tennessee’s infant mortality rate in 2011 decreased to 7.4 deaths for every 1,000 live births. While we celebrate our continued progress in reducing infant mortality, we mourn the lives of the 587 infants who did not live to see their first birthday. We can, and we must, do better.” To help address all sleep-related infant deaths, TDH recently launched a Safe Sleep campaign focusing on the “ABCs of Safe Sleep.” This campaign urges all caregivers to focus on easy steps to help keep infants safe. “Infants should sleep Alone, on their Backs and in a Crib,” said Michael Warren, MD, MPH, FAAP, TDH director of Family Health and Wellness. “Our Tennessee data show us that in 82 percent of these sleeprelated deaths, the infant was found not sleeping in a crib or bassinette. In nearly 60 percent of NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2012PR-155 Estate of Luther Eugene Crunk Jr., Deceased Notice is hereby given that on October 9 of 2012 letters testamentary in respect of the estate of Luther Eugene Crunk Jr., who died 12/1/2011, were issued to the undersigned by the Wayne County Chancery Court of Wayne County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and nonresident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against the estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above-named Court on or before the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or (2) otherwise their claims will be forever barred: (1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice if the creditor received an actual copy of this notice to creditors at least sixty (60) days before date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication; or (B) Sixty (60) days from the date the creditor received an actual copy of the notice to creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication as described in (1) (A); or (2) Twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Date: 10/11/2012 Judy W. Crunk Executor James Y. Ross, Sr. Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk & Master October 17, 24, 2012 NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2012PR-154 Estate of Arland I Jones, Deceased Notice is hereby given that on October 5 of 2012 letters testamentary in respect of the estate of Arland I Jones, who died 8/9/2012, were issued to the undersigned by the Wayne County Chancery Court of Wayne County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and nonresident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against the estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above-named Court on or before the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or (2) otherwise their claims will be forever barred: (1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice if the creditor received an actual copy of this notice to creditors at least sixty (60) days before date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication; or (B) Sixty (60) days from the date the creditor received an actual copy of the notice to creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date that is four (4) months from the date of the first publication as described in (1) (A); or (2) Twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Date: 10/5/2012 Betty A. Helton & Linda J. Karpati Executors W. Andrew Yarbrough, Atty. Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk & Master October 17, 24, 2012

cases, the infant was sleeping with another person. Taking a few moments to remember the ‘ABCs of Safe Sleep’ can help save a life.” Parents and other caregivers can remember these key steps to reduce the likelihood of SIDS and other sleep-related infant deaths: • Always place babies on their backs to sleep, every time. • Sharing a room with your baby is okay, but sharing a bed is dangerous. Babies should sleep alone in their own crib or bassinette. • Use a firm mattress with a tight-fitting sheet in the baby’s crib. Keep stuffed animals, blankets, pillows, bumper pads and toys out of the crib. • Do not smoke during pregnancy or after your baby is born. • Be sure that all those who are caring for the baby know about safe sleep practices. To learn more about the TDH Safe Sleep campaign, visit http:// The Tennessee Department of Health offers counseling and referral services for families who have experienced the loss of a child to SIDS. For more information, visit the department’s website at http://health.state. program.htm. The mission of the Tennessee Department of Health is to protect, promote and improve the health and prosperity of people in Tennessee. For more information about TDH services and programs, visit http:// CALL 722-5429 THE WAYNE COUNTY NEWS For All Your Advertising Needs

Wayne Forestry Assoc. To Meet October 29th The semi- annual meeting of the Wayne County Forestry Association is scheduled for Monday, October 29 at Bradley’s restaurant. A meal will be provided and drawings will be held for door prizes including a free year membership in the association. All current and potential members who plan to attend should call the Wayne County UT Agricultural extension office at 931-722-3229 or James Kelly at 931-7225534. Please remember to call before Friday, October 26. This will ensure that there will be enough food available for everyone. The leadership of The Wayne County Forest Owners Association is very interested in having its members (and potential members) input on matters they consider important to the future of Wayne County forest owners. This meeting is

intended to be a listening and “Brainstorming” event. Your input will provide direction for the future of the Association. One issue that is important is the passing of land to the next generation. “We need to help educate future landowners on the importance of proper management of the natural resources they will some day inherit. Please attend this meeting and give us your ideas,” a spokesman for the association stated. There is a yearly membership fee. This fee includes a free meal at the semi-annual meetings in addition to informative, interactive sessions and usually one field trip to an interesting forestry activity. Membership fees for new and current members may be paid at the October 29 meeting. New members are needed. Please call and make your reservations to attend the WCFA meeting on October 29, 2012.

SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having been made in the terms, conditions, and payments provided in a certain Deed of Trust dated MARCH 9, 2007, executed by NICHOLAS C. MCINTOSH (A/ KA/ NICHOLAS CAMERON MCINTOSH), AND WIFE, JESSICA MCINTOSH, to MATT B. MURFREE, Trustee, of record in RECORD BOOK 94, PAGE 87, for the benefit of GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY, in the Register’s Office for WAYNE County, Tennessee and to J. PHILLIP JONES, appointed as Substitute Trustee in an instrument of record in the Register’s Office for WAYNE County, Tennessee, to secure the indebtedness described; WHEREAS, the said Deed of Trust was last assigned to TENNESSEE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AGENCY; the entire indebtedness having been declared due and payable by TENNESSEE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AGENCY BY AND THROUGH ITS SERVICER AND AUTHORIZED AGENT, U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as provided in said Deed of Trust, I, J. PHILLIP JONES, will by virtue of the power and authority vested in me as Substitute Trustee, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2012 AT 12:00 P.M. (NOON), AT THE 3RD FLOOR ENTRANCE ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE COURTHOUSE, IN WAYNESBORO, WAYNE COUNTY, TENNESSEE, sell to the highest bidder for cash, free from the equity of redemption, homestead, and dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived, and subject to any unpaid taxes, if any, the following described property in WAYNE County, Tennessee, to wit: PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE COUNTY OF WAYNE, TENNESSEE: BEING LOT NO. 5 OF WHISPERING PINES SUBDIVISION, A PLAN AND PLAT OF WHICH IS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 72, ROWCT, WHICH IS INCORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE FOR A MORE COMPLETE PROPERTY DESCRIPTION. BEING THE SAME PROPERTY CONVEYED TO NICHOLAS C. MCINTOSH, BY DEED DATED MARCH 9, 2007 OF RECORD IN RECORD BOOK 94, PAGE 85, IN THE REGISTER’S OFFICE OF WAYNE COUNTY, TENNESSEE. THIS IS IMPROVED PROPERTY KNOWN AS 213 SCENIC DRIVE, CLIFTON, TENNESSEE 38425. MAP 031M GROUP A PARCEL 005.00 THE SALE OF THE




The City of Waynesboro will be conducting part of its water system maintenance program by flushing fire hydrants starting October 29, 2012 to November 2, 2012. This activity is conducted quarterly for the entire water system, and is necessary for continued water quality and compliance with state and federal regulations. When flushing is taking place in your area, you may notice a reduction in water pressure, air in your household lines and possibly some dingy water as hydrant flushing will stir up sediment in main lines. If dingy, or milky water is noticed, it is recommended that you open a faucet and let the water run freely until it clears. It is also recommended that you do not wash clothes while the hydrant flushing activity is taking place in your area. If you have any questions, please contact the Waynesboro Water Plant at 722-5593. Please watch for local signage during flushing activity. Please slow down to protect our workers an prevent loss of control of your vehicle due to the water on the roadway.


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McKenzie Rich (left) worked hard to support both the offense and defense at both ends of the field. They were helped by freshmen substitutes Jacquelyn Downs and Bailey Burcham. The team set a record with 50 goals for the season. Senior center striker Alexis Haddock had 34 goals and 6 assists, including 7 hat tricks (at least 3 goals in one game). Senior right striker Summer Jackson had 10 goals and an amazing 20 assists. Tyler Downs had 2 goals and 2 assists from her mid-field position. Junior left striker Destiny McCrory had a goal and 2 assists, freshman striker Caitlyn Cole had a goal and an assist, and Kristen Wooten, freshman Morgan Davis, and freshman Victoria Reaves each contributed an assist. Sophomore striker Reagan Skelton had a goal before her season was cut short by a hip injury. Strikers Alexis Haddock and Summer Jackson were selected for the district All-Season Team, and defender Kristen Wooten was chosen to represent Wayne County on the All-Tournament Team. The team and coaches will miss the six seniors, who have contributed a lot of experience, hard work, and leadership to the team over the years that they have played. If all goes well, the team will have all the younger players back next year, some new freshmen, plus the three players (Reagan Skelton, Kasandria Cruz, and Mia Robertson) who missed all or most of the season due to injury. Head coach Harvey

Baker, assistant coach Mitchell Skelton, and trainer Bubba Long would like to thank all the parents, family, and other fans who supported the team throughout the season. They would also like to thank all the local merchants who helped sponsor the team this year, and the Wayne County school system for its support. With record setting seasons by both the boys and girls, 2012 has been a great year for high school soccer in Wayne County. Both teams are looking forward to exciting seasons in 2013; the boys start again in mid-March. Come out and support Wayne County soccer! Submitted

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2 for 42 yards. Risner had 3 for 38 yards. The Trojans opened up the game on defense. Cornersville began the opening drive at their own 12. The Dogs drove out to the 50 and three plays later Peyton Risner picked off a deep pass at the 13 yard line. The Trojans wasted no time getting on the board. Montgomery took the ball on the first play and sprinted through the middle of the line and raced untouched 87 yards for the score with 10:03 left in the first. Brier Daniels added the PAT. The Trojans coverage team dropped the runner inside the 10 but a penalty brought it out to the 15. Two plays later Jeremiah Hensley picked off a pass at the 25 and took into the end zone for a score. The PAT failed but the Trojans held a 13-0 lead with less than 9:00 minutes left in the first.

Brier Daniel and Ben Ragan wrap up a Bulldog runner as Brandon Bowers, Jordan Powers, and Austin Wear close in. the night on another deep pass to the Trojans 44 where he caught the ball as he stepped out of bounds. It took the Trojans three plays to get inside the ten. A four yard run, a 15 yard pass to Hensley and a 35 yard pass to Norato. Then a tough 6 yard run by Ben Ragan gave the Trojans their third td of the first quarter. The try for two failed leaving the Trojans with an 18-0 lead. The Trojans pinned the Dogs inside twenty Jeremiah Hensley scores on an interception re- after Daniels kick sailed turn, as Zack Reaves escorts him toward the goal into the end zone. On line. the second play Austin Once again Cornersville coverage on the kickoff. Caperton sacked the had the ball inside their On the second play Risner quarterback and forced a own 20 following good got his second pick of fumble that was recovered

C.H.S. Senior players and cheerleaders pictured from left to right Brier Daniel, Gage Kerr, Sadie West, Jacob Daniel, Chelsey Hensley, Jeremiah Hensley, Jordan Powers, Zack Reaves, Will Ragan, Fred Hendricks and Tyler Holt.

by Austin Wear at the 14 of Cornersville. Two plays later Peyton Risner scored from 1 yard out. The conversion failed but the lead stretched to 24 points with time left in the first quarter. The Bulldogs managed to drive down to the Trojans 30 but the defense locked down and held on fourth down. The Trojans put together a 7 play drive ending in a 41 yard touchdown run by Montgomery. The PAT failed with the Trojans holding a commanding 31-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. The coverage team held the Bulldogs inside the 20 once again. This time the Bulldogs answered with a thirteen play scoring drive. The PAT cut the lead 31-7. The Trojans added a 27 yard field goal by Brier Daniel to end the half and extend the lead 34-7. The Bulldogs attempted an onside kick to begin the second half but it rolled out of bounds giving the Trojans possession at the Bulldogs 47. Two plays later Montgomery took the keeper untouched up the middle for a 35 yard td. The PAT was no good but Collinwood held a 40-7 lead just :38 seconds into the second half. The Collinwood coaches then began to filter in some younger players throughout the third quarter. The Bulldogs put together another scoring drive halfway into the third quarter. The PAT cut the Trojans lead 4014. Once again a failed onside gave Collinwood the ball at the 43. Austin Wear then carried the ball 6 consecutive plays and scored on an 11 yard run. Daniels pat pushed the (Continued On Page Eight B)

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Wildcats Hold On For 34-29 Win Over R’land A pass interception by Carson Kelly with only 25 seconds remaining in the game last Friday night gave the Wildcats the victory over the Richland Raiders. The game saw the ‘Cats take the lead and build on it in the first three quarters of action. They led 28 – 0 with only 9.6 seconds in the third quarter. On the first play of the possession for Richland following the fourth touchdown, they went 58 yards for their first score. The fourth quarter saw the Raiders come up with an onside kick and a Wildcat fumble to fight back and take the lead 29 – 28 with 2:50 remaining in the contest. The ‘Cats marched down the field, going 66 yards in 4 plays, including a 37 yard Keeton Kelly to Lukas Pierce pass play and an 8 yard touchdown run by Carson Kelly to put the Wildcats on top 34 – 29. The point after was no good. Richland tried to overcome the deficit again as they worked their way down the field in the remaining minute of the game. That is when Kelly came up with the key interception as the Raiders were about to score. The game began with the teams exchanging fumbles. The Wildcats got he ball back on the next series with a Keeton Kelly pass interception. Again the ‘Cats fumbled the ball back, but Richland could not move it and were forced to punt. In the second period, it took five plays to travel 51 yards for their first score as Jacob Bevis carried

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it in from 17 yards out. Brandon Lowe threw the ball to Carson Kelly for the two point conversion as the ‘Cats went on top 8 – 0. The Wildcats forced a punt on the next Richland possession, and took control of the ball at their own 43. Seven plays later, Keeton Kelly hit Brandon Lowe on a 25 yard touchdown pass. The two point conversion attempt failed to make the score 14 – 0. A Dillion Horton fumble recovery gave the ‘Cats the ball but they could not capitalize on it. The second half began with a bang as Jacob Bevis returned the kick for a 68 yard touchdown return. He also got into the end zone on the 2pt. Conversion play to make the scored 22 – 0 in favor of the ‘Cats with only 15 seconds gone off the clock. Keeton Kelly came up with his second interception only a couple of minutes later, but the ‘Cats couldn’t cash it in and turned the ball back to the Raiders. They were unable to move the ball and punted it back to the Wildcats. Five plays later, Keeton Kelly scrambled 45 yards for a touchdown. The conversion failed and the ‘Cats led 28 – 0 with nine seconds left in the third. This is when Richland got on the board for the first time with the 57 yard pass for a touchdown and began a valiant comeback to take the lead 29 – 28. Carson Kelly’s touchdown run and pass interception gave the ‘Cats the win, 34 – 29.

Jacob Bevis led the Wildcat rushers with 100 yards on16 carries. Brandon Lowe had 14 yards on 5 rushes, had one reception for 25 yards and a touchdown, and was 2 of 2 passing for 54 yards. Carson Kelly had 87 yards in 18 carries with a touchdown and two pass receptions for 54 yards. He also had a two point conversion reception. Keeton Kelly rushed for 92 yards in 5 attempts with one touchdown. He was 3 of 7 passing for 93 yards and a touchdown. Lukas Pierce caught two passes for 68 yards. Tony VanEtten had one carry for 2 yards, while Sean Brantley had one carry for 4 yards. The defense held the Raiders to only 99 yards on the ground in 25 attempts. They gave up 309 yards passing on 15 of 31, with 3 touchdowns and 3 interceptions. Keeton Kelly had 2 of the picks while Carson Kelly had 9 tackles and came up with the game ending interception to lead the Wildcats. Dillion Horton had a fumble recovery. Keeton Kelly also had a tackle. Tyler Woodside, Peyton Bratcher, and Sean Brantley made 6 tackles, and Brandon Lowe, Peyton Hatchett, Lukas Pierce, and Tony VanEtten each had 3. Tyler Wallace, Jacob Bevis, Chase Turnbow, Tristen Olive, Logan Cole, and Chandler Prince all had 2 hits apiece. Lucas Ray, Braden Graham, and John Scoggins all had one tackle to round out the stats for the ‘Cats. The Wildcats are now

3 – 6 on the year and travel to Linden Friday to take on the Perry County Vikings. Come out and support the team as they finish up their regular season schedule on the road. Game time is 7 P.M. “Go Wildcats!” - - -Submitted

.(Continued . .W.M.S. From Page One B) took over and struck quick as Joe Birchett went 82 yards for the Wildcat score. The conversion failed and the Cats led 200. On the ensuing kickoff the Trojans would answer, as Ty Roberson returned the ball 75 yards for the Trojan score. The Trojans added the 2-point conversion to make the score Cats 20-Trojans 8. The Catsí offense again acted fast as Birchett went 59 yards for his second score of the game. The conversion was unsuccessful and the Cats led 26-8 at halftime. The Trojans got the ball to start the second half but were forced to give the ball back to the Wildcatsí offense. The Cats moved the ball down the field until they were forced into a fourth and goal by the Trojan defense. On fourth down, Rice hooked up with Nick VanEtten on a 6 yard pass reception for the score. The conversion failed and the Cats led 32-8. On the following Trojan offensive possession, Ty Roberson made a good run to set up the Trojans with first and goal. However, the Catsí defense would hold and force the Trojans to turn the ball over on downs. Backed up deep in their own end of the field, the Cats offense would strike again as Jason Hill took the ball up the middle and ran 83 yards for the score. Avery Davis added

Jason Hill scores for the Wildcats. the 2-point conversion for the Cats to extend the lead to 40-8. The Trojans would add a late score and conversion to make the final score Cats 40-Trojans 16. With this win the Wildcats finished the 2012 season with an undefeated record of 10-0 and a conference championship. Congratulations to all the Waynesboro Middle School Wildcat players, cheerleaders, and coaches on a successful year. - - - Submitted

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lead 47-14. The Trojans then pulled the starters and let the younger players get some good experience for the rest of the game. Cornersville added a late touchdown and PAT to set the final score 47-21.

Appreciation goes out to the cheerleaders, CHS band and the great fans for the support in this big win. The Trojans are now 7-2 overall and 5-1 in region play. They travel to Columbia to take on the Columbia Academy Bulldogs for the final regular season game of 2012. A win by the Trojans and a loss by Mt. Pleasant to Loretto will give the Trojans the Region 6 Title, and a number one seed in the playoffs. Follow the Trojans this week and cheer on your Men in Green as they look to finish the season strong. Game time is 7 P.M. at Columbia Academy. Be there. GO TROJANS!! By GreenMan

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