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By: Frank Bradley Publisher@wncSentinel.net Congressional Democrats prevailed in passing sweeping legislation in provide greater health care coverage for Americans. The battle was primarily divided along party lines with all Republicans voting against the bill and a majority of Democrats voting for it. On Tuesday, the president was set to sign the bill into the law of the land. Still to come this week is further legislation to change some of the provisions of the bill making it more agreeable among senate and house Democrats. Senate Republicans have announced their intention to do everything in their power to block what is know as a reconciliation measure that has been used 22 times previously, although Republicans say never on a piece of legislation of this magnitude. While the U.S. Senate had passed the bill earlier, again along party lines with 60 Democrat and Independent senators voting in favor and all Republican senators voting against the measure, it had to be approved by the U.S. House of Representatives, which it was Sunday night by a narrow margin. 219 representatives voted in favor with 212 against. Some of those against were Democrats, including Heath Shuler, who represents our 11th Congressional District. While it is difficult to determine just how much support the bill had in this district, it had wide-spread support among the district's Democrats. A few days prior to the vote, Democratic county chairmen across the district sent a letter to Shuler urging him to support the bill's passage. In a press release on Monday, Shuler said he had received thousands of letters, phone calls and e-mails from his constituents. He said it had become clear to him that a majority in the district were in support of health

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A woman holds a sign on March 17 encouraging Congressman Heath Shuler not to vote for the healthcare bill. See more photos from the protest on page 4A.

care reform but did not think this bill was the right solution. He said he voted against the bill because he thought congress could do better. On Monday, I talked with Clay County's Health Department Director, Janice Patterson to get her take on the new bill as she understood it. "I think it is a wonderful thing," Patterson said. Saying she had been in nursing for more than 30 years, she said the provision which would forbid insurance companies from denying coverage of people with pre-existing conditions is very much needed. "None of us choose to be sick or unhealthy," she said. "It is a shame when children are born with a medi-

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cal condition, and their parents can't get insurance for them unless they are wealthy." Patterson said she is also in favor of the prevention portion of the bill, which encourages testing and screening. "It is important to catch things early," she said. "So they can be treated early. Now the portal of entry form many people who do not have insurance is the emergency room, which throws a heavy burden on hospitals." Patterson said she thinks it will be important to provide education to train more doctors and mid- level medical providers: nurses, physician assistants, so people will have improved access for medical help. She

said as she understood the bill that it isn't the perfect solution and will have to be improved upon as time goes by. "At least, it's a start," she said. "I think we need to think what is good for everybody, not just for those of us who ONLINE have the means to More photos provide for our own BOEWJEFPBU health care." 'BDFCPPLDPN She said re/FXT4FOUJOFM ally when you think about it most of us are just a day away from finding ourselves in a catastrophic situation if we discover a medical condition that requires expensive medical treatment. Among other provisions of the bill,

Local banks see reform as well By: Elaine Owen eowen@GeorgiaSentinel.com "We welcome the Bank of Hiawassee, the Bank of Blue Ridge and the Bank of Blairsville to our Citizens South family," said Kim Price, president of Citizens South in Gastonia, North Carolina. "We are comforted and proud of these banks 100plus years experience and we will treat them and their customers with the same courtesy and the same customer service that we have always treated our customers," he continued. Price was on his way back to North Carolina, the home of Citizens South Bank, and talked from his cell phone. He had spent the day in Union County, getting acquainted with the employees and customers of the banks, now under the umbrella of Citizens South. On Friday, March 19, 2010, the Bank of Hiawassee and the Bank of Blairsville were closed by the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was named Receiver. To protect the depositors, the FDIC entered into a purchase and assumption agreement with Citizens South Bank, Gastonia, North Carolina, to assume all of the deposits of Bank of Hiawassee. The five branches of Bank of Hiawassee reopened on Saturday as branches of Citizens South Bank. This transaction includes a branch office of Bank of Hiawassee in Blue Ridge, Georgia, operating under the business name of Bank of Blue Ridge, and the branch office in Blairsville, Georgia, operating under

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Clay County Sheriff Joe Shook watches as fellow sheriff candidate Deby Jo Ferguson speaks to members of the Clay County Patriot Group on Friday, March 19. See more photos inside on page 2A and listen to audio from candidate speeches online at www.wncSentinel.net.

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there is a provision to extend insurance coverage of children on their parents policy until they reach the age of 26. The bill will require all persons to have insurance so as to provide a larger pool of people including healthy ones to support the cost of those who require medical care. However, that provision of the bill will no come into effect until 2014, when there is expected to be a greater number of doctors and medical personnel trained to proved for increased services. Medical payroll tax on wages will also be increased for those individual taxpayers with earnings of more than $200,000 and for married couples filing jointly whose earnings are greater than $250,000.

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the name of the Bank of Blairsville. Hiawassee will automatically become depositors of Citizens South Bank. Deposits will continue to be insured by the FDIC, so there is no need for customers to change their banking relationship to retain their deposit insurance coverage. "There is absolutely no reason to worry about the new banks," said Greg Hernandez, of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in Washington. He added, "If you have less than $250,000 in deposits, it is fully insured by FDIC and no one has ever lost a penny on insured deposits." He also said the banks had been on the problem list since December 2008 and that there four bids from three bidders, with Citizens South winning the bid. Calls to the Bank of Hiawassee and the Bank of Blairsville were referred to Price or the FDIC, which provided the following information: Current employees will keep their jobs. They know their customers, the area and good customer service. They will continue as community banks, just as Citizens South. All deposit accounts have been transferred to Citizens South and are available immediately. No one lost any money on deposits with any of the banks. The banks will keep their names, The Bank of Hiawassee, Bank of Blue Ridge and Bank of Blairsville, and operate as divisions of Citizens South Bank. The banks will remain open during regular business hours and business will be done as usual. Checks that were drawn on the Bank of Hiawassee, Bank of Blue Ridge and the Bank of Blairsville that did not clear before closure will be honored as long as See BANKS Page 12A

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Fresh out of college and freshly unemployed. The current job void takes it’s toll on everyone, but the greatest repercussions are being felt by the eighteen to twenty somethings who are trying to establish themselves in a new career. The current US unemployment rate for people ages 16-24 is 18.4%. In North Carolina that rate hovers around 9%. Cherokee County is estimated at 8.7%, Clay County is estimated at 6.9%, and Graham County is estimated 8.5%. Over the course of a year the unemployment figures have become progressively worse, and young people are being forced to seek employment in Jobs that are well beneath their qualifications. This in itself is not necessarily a bad thing, because at this particular juncture in our society - any job is a good job. However, the effects of being “stuck� in a lower job can be detrimental to future career opportunities. Employers often view these individuals as damaged goods with squashed ambitions, and when jobs do open up they tend to hire workers with more experience. With a high percentage of youth unable to grab on to the first rung of the ladder, we are potentially creating what researchers have called a “lost generation.� Young people bring a certain zest to the workplace, and sadly, it’s disappearing at an alarming rate. With youth comes creativity, imagination, and aspiration. Young people are a key ingredient to the progression of a business - if a company had employees all retiring at the same time, who would carry the torch? Taking that a step further - who would help fund that retirement? Baby boomers on the verge of exiting the workplace are depending on young people with good careers to help fund their retirement. Therefore, if we want an economy with a bright future, youthful job seekers need to be placed in jobs that are matched with their capabilities. The thing that makes this situation strange is that young people, who are cheaper than older more experienced workers, are the first to be dispensed. From a fiscal standpoint it would seem to make more sense to hire cheaper workers and reduce the amount of older, more expensive workers. But employers are sitting back, not wanting to take any risks until the economy becomes stable again. Many companies are not even accepting resumes; with no job openings, employers seem satisfied at the moment to work with a bare bones crew. Many have blamed the young people themselves. The generation has been generalized by some calling today’s youth “spoiled lazy freeloaders.� However, regardless of work ethic and education, job’s are just simply unavailable for young people coming out of High School and College. So what can be done? The effects of a generation unemployed may not be presently felt, but the long lasting effects can prove to be detrimental to future generations. Therefore, in an effort to provide not just a report but also a solution, next week the Sentinel will have a follow up article outlining some of the options available to get youth back in the workplace.

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Wednesday , March 24, 2010 SHULER NOTES

Boosting contributions for eaarthquake relief Last week, the House voted help earthquake victims in Haiti and Chile by approving legislation that provides immediate tax benefits to Americans who make charitable contributions. When we see the effects of tremendous tragedies like those that took place in Chile and Haiti, most of us are compelled to help. This legislation helps Americans in their efforts to help others. The bill, which I voted in support of and which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support in the House, allows Americans to take deductions on their 2009 tax return for donations made to relief efforts in 2010. Since the earthquakes in Haiti on January 12th and on February 27th in Chile, American families have poured support toward charities and organizations working on recovery and assistance to those two countries. While donations from Americans for Haiti have exceeded $1 billion, donations for Chile have been more sluggish. The quake experienced in Chile was one of the largest in recorded history (gauged at 8.8 on the Richter scale). As a result, roughly 500 lives have been lost, 2 million have been displaced or wounded, and more than 500,000 homes have been destroyed. The earthquake in Haiti led to the deaths of approximately 230,000 people, and displaced 1.3 million people from their homes. Americans are probably the most giving and charitable people on earth, even during these tough economic times. The timing of the earthquakes in Haiti and Chile occurred in such close proximity that it has been hard for families to give as much as they would like. This bill makes it easier for people to give and will hopefully lead to more life-saving aid getting to those affected by these natural tragedies. Helping Organizations like Habitat for Humanity In December, I introduced a bill to ensure that reputable nonprofits such as Habitat for Humanity are protected from federal licensing requirements that threaten to impact the ability of needy families to get affordable homes. North Carolina is fortunate and blessed to have 85 local Habitat for Humanity affiliates which built or repaired 427 houses in 2009 alone. Last week, our North Carolina Senators Kay Hagan and Richard Burr introduced companion legislation in the Senate. Organizations like Habitat for Humanity partner with struggling Americans to provide them with an opportunity to become responsible homeowners. Because of this unique partnership, foreclosure and default rates on Habitat for Humanity loans are currently and consistently well below national rates. I am encouraged by the strong bipartisan support for this bill that this legislation has received on the House side, and am glad to see that the entire North Carolina delegation in the House and Senate are working together to ensure that qualified organizations like Habitat for

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Humanity can continue their important work. My bill, the Nonprofit Mortgage Licensing Clarification Act, has strong bipartisan support in the House. It currently has the support of more than 85 co-sponsors from both sides of the aisle including the entire North Carolina delegation: Representatives G.K. Butterfield, Howard Coble, Bob Etheridge, Virginia Foxx, Walter Jones, Larry Kissell, Mike McIntyre, Sue Myrick, Mel Watt, Brad Miller, Patrick McHenry, and David Price. Health Care at Home I also had an opportunity this past week to speak to the American Association for Homecare (AA Homecare) legislative conference taking place in Washington, DC. The North Carolina Society for Respiratory Care gave me a Certificate of Appreciation for “excellence and leadership in health care and for championing better care for pulmonary patients and their Respiratory Therapist caregivers.” From authoring a letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to chairing hearings in his Subcommittee on Rural Development, Entrepreneurship and Trade, I have helped advocate For the past several years on behalf of durable medical equipment suppliers and those who work to improve the care of millions of Americans who require medical care in their homes. The supplies distributed by the durable medical equipment industry ensure that thousands of seniors throughout North Carolina and the country are able to continue living in their homes instead of residential healthcare facilities away from their families. Coming up This week, the House is almost certainly going to launch into even more intense healthcare debate. As you know, I voted against the first health care bill because I was concerned that the legislation did not do enough to promote prevention and wellness and did not bend the cost curve, as well as other concerns. I remain committed to making sure those issues are resolved. In the legislation currently being discussed, a number of important provisions, such as the issues of abortion funding and cost, are still up in the air and I want to see those resolved. I do not support the reconciliation process of pushing health care through. I will always prefer and advocate for bipartisan methods of creating and enacting legislation. I thank everyone who has called and written my office with your thoughts on healthcare. Please continue to stay in touch about this matter and any other issues that are important to you. Additionally, this week, my Asheville office is moving to a new location. Hopefully, the new space will allow us to better serve and communicate with you. The new address is 205 College Street, St. 100, Asheville, 28801. The phone number and fax will remain the same.

K`md]jgf`]Ydl`[Yj]Zadd2O][Yf\gZ]ll]j& The House of Representatives passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act by a narrow margin. The bill, H.R. 3590, is expected to be signed into law by the President at which point the reconciliation package will be sent to the Senate for consideration. If the Senate passes the reconciliation passage by a simple majority with no changes, it will be presented to the President for consideration. Since the commencement of the health care debate, many of you have shared your views with me. I have received tens of thousands of letters, phone calls and emails from you and I have met with countless others, including patients, doctors, hospital administrators, home health providers, free clinic workers, children, nurses, economists and small business owners. Through this process it has become clear to me that the majority of you are supportive of health care reform, but you do not think that this bill is the right solution. I voted against the bill because I felt that we could do better. Now that it has passed and will become law, I look forward to working with my colleagues to address specific areas that need improvement. I assure you that I will continue to work as hard as I can to fix our nation’s health care system in a fiscally responsible and compassionate way. Certain aspects of this bill are beneficial and necessary. I support eliminating the authority insurance companies currently have to cancel coverage when an individual falls ill or to exclude altogether those with preexisting conditions. I also support the measure that allows young adults to remain on their parents’ insurance until the age of 26. While I support some provisions, I am concerned about how other parts of this bill will affect families, small businesses and our economy. One of the most significant cost savings of this legislation is a colossal $500 billion in cuts to Medicare, which millions of seniors across the country and 147,000 seniors in Western North Carolina rely upon for their health care coverage. If there is a halfa-trillion dollars worth of savings to be found in Medicare, we should utilize it to stabilize this already insolvent program rather than to create a new entitlement that will certainly face the same sustainability challenges. I cannot in good conscience vote to expand current entitlements or create new ones without ensuring that the proper mechanisms are in place to meet our current obligations of $38 trillion in Medicare benefits over the next 75 years. This legislation also places a sizable burden on our small businesses through mandates that will require small businesses to purchase health insurance for their employees or face fines of up to $2,000 per employee.

Furthermore, much of the $500 billion in new taxes created to pay for this bill will be put on the backs of our nation’s already-struggling small business owners. This bill should have done more to rein in the insurance industry. It does not do enough to prevent rate hikes and permits insurance companies to evade competition through the same anti-trust exemptions that they enjoy today. Additionally, because the legislation guarantees that millions more consumers will have to buy insurance, we are literally pumping money into the very companies that have helped create the problems we are trying to solve, while getting little in return. To truly reduce our spending on health care we must target reform toward the root cause of the skyrocketing costs. This legislation fails to address the reality of what creates cost – sickness. This legislation does not do enough to promote accountable care, the idea that health care providers should be rewarded for keeping patients healthy and out of the doctor’s office. This bill fails to address the way that we provide health care in this country; it merely adds more people to a broken, inefficient, and wasteful system. In Washington, this debate has become more about winning or losing a political battle than promoting sound and effective policy. Last year, a number of Republican lawmakers made their intentions clear with the statement, “If we're able to stop Obama on this, it will be his Waterloo. It will break him." I find this politically motivated, obstructionist position offensive and detrimental to America’s future. I also believe that the Democrats would have been better served by enacting commonsense incremental change rather than pushing through a huge bill that mushroomed into something flawed and unwieldy. The belief that we have a moral obligation to help those who are less fortunate encapsulates why I am a Democrat, however it’s time that we start working together and put America above our political party affiliations. This was a very difficult decision, but in the end I could not support this legislation as it currently is written. I evaluated all available information, listened to the people of Western North Carolina, and prayed about this vote. I know that many of you disagree with my decision, but I did what I believe was right for Western North Carolina and our country. As your Congressman, you can always be confident in my unwavering commitment to our community and this great nation. I remain committed to finding solutions to our broken system and will continue to do so for as long as I represent you in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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DEED REPORT Justin Jeffrey McBurney, 26,of Hayesville, NC arrested for violate domestic violence protection order on March 15, 2010 and released on March 15, 2010. Elton Samuel Moss, 32, of Hayesville, NC arrested for comunicating threats on March 16, 2010 and released on March 16, 2010. Ricky Gene Ledford, 47, of Hayesville, NC arrested for AWDWIKISI on March 19, 2010. Aimee Faye Fannin, 32, of Hayesville, NC arrested for assault government official/employee on March 20, 2010. Thomas Justin Nichols, 17, of Murphy, NC arrested for misdemeanor larceny on March 20, 2010 and released on March 20, 2010. Robert Curtis Parker, 17, of Hayesville, NC arrested for probation violation on March 20, 2010 and released on March 20, 2010.

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Top left: Sheriff Joe Shook addresses the crowd about his mission to solve the drug problem in Clay County. Top right: Tighe White fold his hands as he listens to candidates speak at the Hayesville Senior Center. Bottom Left: School board candidate John Martin studies the scene as sheriff candidate Deby Jo Ferguson looks on. Bottom right: Lamar Chastain, the worship leader at New Life Church, speaks about his mission for Clay County’s school board.

United Community Bank sold 6.57 acres in Hiawassee Township to Charles T Smith II & Jennifer C. Smith for $94,500 on March 15, 2010. Deidre D. Deflorentis-TR and RL Porter Long sold 1.345 acres in Brasstown Township to Vanderbilt Mortgage & Finance, Inc. for $50,500 on March 15, 2010. Billie J. & Zadie B. Peters sold 0.40 acres in Hiawassee Township to James W. & Robyn J. McBride for $ 145,000 on March 19, 2010. Bank of Hiawassee sold 3.20 acres, Lot 5 (Saddle Ridge Farms) in Brasstown Township to Steven Walter Hedrick-TR and Linda Lee Hedrick-TR for $38,000 on March 19, 2010. Bear Cove at Fires Creek LLC sold 8.379 acres, Lots 75-82 (Bear Cove at Fires Creek) in Sweetwater Township to Brent & Karen Schmeiser for $135,000 on March 19, 2010.


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Tsunami threatens theory in Climategate

Naked government takeover of our lives

By: Richard C. MacCrea

By: James F. Davis

Columnist CLIMATEGATE -A huge controversy about the questionable methods used by some to prove global warming. Added to this the coldest winter in many years, and there is an underwater tremor that is threatening the climate change movement with a tsunami. Is global warming a fact? Honestly, most of us don't really know. Have we scientifically examined the evidence to be able to answer that question? Do we have access to the data in order to verify it? Are we really different from the scientists on both sides who twisted the data to prove their beliefs? It is human nature to remember the facts that support our beliefs while we ignore evidence that proves otherwise. We jump to conclusions. But we cannot afford to leave this to human nature. The fact is there are many other reasons to be green. Fact: We are damaging our planet. Fact: We cannot keep building energy hog buildings because of rising energy costs. Our economy cannot afford this. Fact: We need sources of energy and materials that cost less, are closer to us, and cause less damage to the planet. Honestly, that is what the green movement is about. Are you spending a lot of money to heat and cool your building(s)? Then fix that, not because you want to prevent global warming, but because you want to save money, and help our community keep the power company from raising its rates as fast, and reduce the amount of coal smoke that pollutes our mountains. Fix it to get a tax credit and because you are using the tax credit to give your local contractor a needed job. Are you selling a green product or service? Don't sell it based on global warming. Use reasons that appeal to many more people. Show your customers how your product can save them money, help them be healthier, or preserve our beautiful mountains. Yes, some of the leaders in the global warming movement are guilty of operating it like a corrupt religion, lying, bullying, even threatening to burn opposers at the stake of public opinion. So have some of the opposers. Shame. As with the banking industry meltdown, the innocent will all pay for this -this time with much higher energy costs. But we have many good reasons to change the way we live. We can leave climategate to the media while we make green changes in our own lives that save us money, improve our standard of living, and preserve our beautiful mountains. Where to start: Local states are using the stimulus money to offer rebates on Energy Star appliances. Georgia is offering rebates while funds last. (They estimate until June 1). North Carolina is offering 15% rebates during Earthweek, April 22-25. You might also qualify for tax credits and other rebates. Go to energystar.gov and click on “rebate finder.” Fill in your zip code and check which type of appliance you are considering. Click the button to locate rebates. You will see a list of government and manufacturer rebates offered to your area. Why not go down to your local appliance dealer and spend some of this stimulus and corporate money? Keep your neighborhood business going and reduce your electric bill. Now that's green! Richard C. MacCrea is the director of The Greening of Andrews Valley, a program of Andrews Valley Initiative. He works in the field of energy efficient, green building. rmaccrea@verizon.net

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Faced with tough questions By: Paula Canup Guest Columnist Think only poor people worry about the lack of health insurance? Think again. I once had a student who suffered from a congenital heart defect that required major surgery. Her mom had the same defect and was operated on the year before. The family’s insurance company covered both surgeries – and then cancelled their policy. How would you like to look for insurance with preexisting conditions like that? For several months, this family with four children had NO insurance at all. They were not poor. He is a lawyer, and they were able to provide their children with private schooling. However, another major operation would have been devastating to their finances. After much searching, they were finally able to find a policy; I’m sure they paid and arm and a leg for it. Now I don’t often find myself feeling sorry for lawyers, but this was a very nice family who found themselves in a bad situation through no fault of their own. They had not made poor choices nor practiced an unhealthy lifestyle. The heart defects were just plain bad luck, something that could happen to any of us. Knowing someone in this situation caused me to ask myself some very difficult questions, questions I think we all need to ask. What if this family had not been able to find insurance? Or what if they were not able to afford the high premiums? If they continued to have these heart problems, how would they pay for it? Should they be forced to drain all their accounts and sell off their assets, perhaps declaring bankruptcy at some point, in an effort to pay the hospital and doctor bills? It doesn’t seem fair, but the only other alternative is for you and I to pay. Are we willing to do that? Is that fair? This real-life situation seems to in-

dicate the need for healthcare reform of some kind. In fact, polls show that most Americans believe the healthcare system is broken and needs some type of reform. There is even bipartisan agreement that preexisting conditions should be covered by insurance. That sounds good, and maybe it is good, but let’s be sure we think this through and realize all the ramifications up front. Insurance companies are for-profit businesses. They work by letting us pool our money and share the risk of any one of us having a major medical expense in a given year. If most of us are young and healthy, the risk of that is low, and the insurance companies get to keep more of the money. If a higher percentage of the policy holders are old and/or sick, however, the risk of any one of them having a major expense increases substantially. The insurance company will have to pay out more to doctors and hospitals. Now we all know what any business does when its costs go up – they pass that cost on to their customers by raising the price of the goods and services they provide. We can safely conclude that if insurance companies are required by law to cover preexisting conditions, our insurance premiums will go up – as sure as the sun will come up in the morning. Obama claims to have solved that problem by requiring ALL Americans to buy healthcare insurance. Supposedly, that would bring millions of healthy young people into the pool, diluting the risk and spreading it among more people. Hopefully, that would balance out the higher cost of covering those with preexisting conditions, and it would not be necessary for insurance companies to raise their rates. It should be noted, however, that the CBO (Congressional Budget Office) estimates that under the current healthcare legislation, insurance premiums would still increase from 10 – 13% for individuals buying policies.

Without mandatory insurance, we can safely assume the increase would be much higher. As for my student and others in her situation – are we willing to pay higher insurance premiums so they can get coverage? Then there is the difficulty of forcing people with low incomes to buy insurance – they can’t. Obama has solved this problem by offering government supplements to cover what they can’t afford. Nice. There is just one problem - the government HAS NO MONEY! What it does have is a 12 ½ trillion dollar debt and a projected, recordhigh 1.5 trillion dollar deficit for 2010. So it seems reasonable to ask before we pass any type of costly healthcare reform, just how are we going to pay for it? Obviously, there are only two ways – cut spending somewhere else or raise taxes. Neither of these alternatives is popular with the people who elect the politicians who make these decisions. Generally speaking, Democrats say “raise taxes” while the Republicans say “cut spending.” Then the Republicans attack the “tax-and-spend” Democrats, and the Democrats attack the “heartless” Republicans, and nothing ever gets done. We just sink deeper into debt. So back to my student, who is hypothetically uninsured and facing more operations. Who pays? One option is to let the family spend down all its assets until they become eligible for Medicaid, which means we, the taxpayers, will end up paying part of the cost at some point. Another alternative is to force the insurance company to cover her which means they will raise the cost of premiums on everyone else. Again, we will end up paying for it. Finally, we can just have the government cover her and everyone else in a singlepayer system like they have in Canada. Yes, we will pay for that in the form of higher taxes. Hmmm…. I think I see a pattern here.

Columnist So much for President Obama and the ‘Liberal’ Democrats’ promise to read over and analyze bills before they are voted on. The Obama administration’s chief actuary (Richard S. Foster) at the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare services (CMS) notified Congressional leaders Saturday that the” very tight time frame” and “complexity” of the Democrats health spending bill would prevent them from fully analyzing the costs and efficacy of the bill before the House votes on the legislation. ‘Liberal’ Democrats do not care. This is about the naked takeover of power over the lives of American citizens. The federal takeover of health care will consume approximately 1/6 of our national economy. Combined with spending at all levels, government will now control close to 50% of total national production. Federal bureaucrats will tell us which services you are allowed to receive. There is nothing compassionate about placing the control of health care in the hands of government bureaucrats. Our current health care system, despite its flaws, is still the best in the world. As most of us know, it continues to draw patients from other advanced countries that have suffered by adopting the government run model. President Obama brazenly lied when he said that the Republicans had not presented a health care plan. They had given him a plan with these four basic principles. 1) Equalize the tax treatment of people paying for health care by ending the current discrimination against those who do not get health insurance from their jobs. In other words, everyone paying for health care should receive the same tax benefits. 2) High-risk insurance pools should be established so that people with pre-existing conditions can obtain coverage that is not prohibitively expensive. 3) Allow people to purchase health insurance across state lines just as they do for car insurance and other goods and services. In other words allow competition. 4) Establish transparency in terms of costs and quality of health care. By-Pass surgery can cost from $4,700 to $100,000. Unless we can compare prices and quality of service, the costs of health care will continue to skyrocket. Only competition can drive down health care costs. Only by voting out of office the elected representatives who voted for this government takeover of our private lives will we be able to start to unravel the severe damage done by reckless government spending over the past six years. And just for the record, for the last three years the Democrats have had control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate, when the majority of the deficit spending bills have taken place. James F. Davis is the chairman of Clay County’s Republican Party.

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I support my wife

I’m writing this letter in support of my wife Deby Jo Ferguson who is running for Sheriff of Clay County. The first election for the primary is May 4, come out and vote for someone. I’d first like to answer a couple questions that have been asked to me. Do I think men will allow their wives to vote for a woman for sheriff? To this I say, “ALLOW”. Excuse me fellows but the word allow went out with the hook shoes and bonnets; just like love, honor and OBEY! And second is how do I as a man feel about my wife running for sheriff? Well, why would I question my wife’s judgement…look who she married…..just kiddin. Laying all jokes aside gentlemen, I have no doubt that my wife, Deby Jo Ferguson would make an honest, qualified and responsible sheriff. She is someone who fights for what she believes in, and isn’t afraid to go out and fight against the things she believes is wrong. Am I worried about her safety, some ask? I worry about everything that has anything to do with my wife or my family; and will be by her side at

all times, not only during this election, but for the rest of our life. Gentlemen, being a sheriff is an administrative job. It is a job that requires knowledge, ethics and common sense, something that I have no worries about Deby being able to handle. She works as a detention officer at the jail; she does transports all the way to Raleigh, which puts her in far more unstable situations; and I know for a fact that she has accomplished this working goal. Deby has no problem performing her job and I have no doubt that she can handle the job of sheriff. The job of sheriff requires a little body strength, but a lot of ability to conduct yourself in a respectful manner, while using a take charge commitment and the common sense to surround yourself with capable people who can perform their job properly. I know Deby Jo will have no problem doing this. Yes, I do support my wife as a woman who can be the next Sheriff of Clay County.There isn’t much that Deby Jo sets her mind to doing that she can’t accomplish successfully. With her experience at the jail she knows what is and isn’t working properly. She knows what needs fixing and I believe she

has the guts to fix it. Which makes me question why the issues that are continuously happening at the jail haven’t already been ‘nipped in the bud’. To my knowledge Deby Jo is the first female to run for Sheriff in Clay County, but not the first woman to be in a leadership position, and she won’t be the last. I know of two women that have been Mayor in Clay County in the past; the first woman was a Prater lady. But what’s important is that if you don’t like what you have in office now, go out and vote and make changes. It doesn’t matter if a man or woman holds the office of sheriff; it’s how they do their job; how they conduct themselves in public and if we as a community are happy with what we have. If you’re not happy change it, if you are, then let it ride. Just remember whatever choice you make when election time comes, we have to live with it for the next four years. If you don’t know who you’re voting for go out and find out who they are, then vote for the person who you can trust to do the job; not because of whether their a man or woman. Vote for the person who you can look square in the face and know

that person is the same in public as they are when they think no one sees. Yes, I do believe Deby Jo can do an excellent job as sheriff, maybe that’s because I know the true person, believe me, when it come to Deby Jo Ferguson, what you see is what you get. Larry Ferguson Sr.

Get out and vote!

There is a great clamor in the NC 11th district political front. The grassroots efforts of organizations like the 9-12 Patriot Project is waking people up to take a stand for American values that have been slowly eroding over the last several years. It has never been so clear as in the last twelve months with the kinds of legislation that Congress has tried to ram down Americans’ collective throat. Many are now taking a stand to elect people who will put the US Constitution back into American politics. One glowing example of this is the campaign of local opthalmologist , Dr. Dan Eichenbaum. Dr. Dan has made a strong impact on western NC in running for the 11th district congressional seat against incumbent Shuler. Eichenbaum’s platform is,

simply put, smaller government, less spending, lower taxes, free market economy. How will he accomplish such a feat? The best tool for the job is the constitution, according to Eichenbaum. There have been numerous laws or bills proposed that are unconstitutional and would strip us of our freedom & rights as Americans. It is only by voting out the career politicians who have gotten into the habit of having their hands ‘greased by lobbyist’ and not having the constituency interests at heart. Eichenbaum has signed a formal agreement to not serve more than 2 terms in Washington, if elected. It is the opinion of this voter, and many others who feel the same, that if the President may serve only 2 terms the congress should be likewise limited therefore ending special interests effect and control of America’s future. Return America’s politics over to a ‘government of and by the people’. Americans are intelligent enough to make their own decisions on healthcare, insurance, firearms and trade. Make a difference this election year. Get out and vote! Brenda Biddix

N.C. loses $1,500 per uncounted citizen

The 2010 Census is more than just a survey. It’s absolutely critical to deciding how to fund our schools, where to build new hospitals, roads and businesses, and how North Carolinians are represented in all levels of government. In fact, for every North Carolinian who goes uncounted, North Carolina loses more than $1,500 each year. Every dollar and every Census form counts, especially in these tough times. In North Carolina we should receive our 2010 Census forms by March 22. It only takes about 10 minutes to complete the 10 questions, and your personal information will not be shared with any government agency, business or individual. My husband, Bob Eaves, and I will fill out the Census form and return it, and I’m asking everyone across the state to do the same. It’s easy, it’s important and it’s secure. The future of every community in North Carolina depends on it. Gov. Bev Perdue


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Healthcare reform, yes. Obamacare: no. By: Jim Johnson

Contributing Writer On Wednesday, March 17, and again on Thursday, March 18, members of the Clay County Patriot Group joined the Cherokee County 912 Group to hold a candle light vigil outside Congressman Shuler’s office in the Murphy. The purpose of the vigil was to make Mr. Shuler aware of concerns shared by many citizens regarding the proposed healthcare bill, and to encourage him to vote No. Those assembled were in favor of healthcare reform, but not Obamacare. The vigil was carried out in a peaceful and respectful manner and in accordance with the guidelines given by the City of Murphy. The concerns of those present, and many others, are as follows. First, the proposed bill is unconstitutional. Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution identifies the powers given to Congress. No where in that Section, or in any other, is Congress given the authority to mandate/force the American people to buy a product or service, nor can Congress punish citizens who fail to do so. This should be a concern for all Americans whether they support the bill or not. If Congress is allowed to violate the Constitution, what is next? Will you be told what kind of house you can buy, what size and make vehicle you can drive, or how much energy you can consume? This is a very dangerous precedent, and if it stands, it will open wide the door of government intervention into every aspect of our lives. Second, the bill will allow for use of taxpayer dollars to subsidize abortions. The recent Executive Order (EO) signed by President Obama is only temporary and will remain in effect until he or another president revokes it, or until it is chal-

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lenged in court – a law overrules an EO. Third, no one knows the final cost of this bill. The House version is estimated at $940 BILLION over 10 years; however, taxpayers will be forced to pay into Obamacare for four years before receiving major benefits - in reality we only receive 6 years of full coverage. The bill also does not include an additionally $374 BILLION needed to increase Medicare physician fees. It has been estimated that the true cost when fully implemented will be closer to $2.3 Trillion over 10 years. Can we afford another massive government entitlement program? Even without Obamacare the Congressional Budget Office projects that by 2036 three federal entitlement programs will consume all federal revenue and that by 2038 public debt will reach 200% of the total economy. Did you know that if we were to pay off the national debt (funded & unfunded) each man, woman and child would owe $390,294? Where is that money coming from? Lastly, Obamacare will not only lead to a single payer/socialized medicine healthcare system, but will also jumpstart the process to radically transform America into a European Social Welfare State. The Founding Fathers intentionally created a small federal government with limited powers because they feared big centralized government. Thomas Jefferson wrote that; The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution, so the second will not become the legalized version of the first. Wake up American, guard your rights and liberties guaranteed under the Constitution and sacrificially paid for by many before you. Jim Johnson is chairman of the Clay County Patriots.

Clay County

Annual Poetry and Art Contest Sponsored by the Clay County Historical and Arts Council Join us in celebrating the amazing talent and diversity of our community! Featuring readings by local published poet Glenda Beall, as well as poetry and art created by our own middle school, high school, and adult artists and writers. Contest Artwork will be on display.

Now Accepting Submissions of Poetry and Art. 2-D art work, Unmatted: maximum size 11� x 14�, Matted or framed art work: maximum size 4’ x 4’ 3-D art work will be accepted for consideration. Small items must have a display case. Please send submissions by March 23, 2010 to: Hayesville High School c/o Mrs. Ashley Kellow 205 Yellow Jacket Drive Hayesville, NC 28904 The Annual Contest will Take Place on: Tuesday, April 6th Beginning at 6:30 pm At the Hayesville High School Lecture Hall Art work and Poetry will be available to pick up at the high school from the evening of the contest through 3:30 pm Friday, April 9th.

Join us in Celebrating our Community! Light refreshments will be served.

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Wednesday , March 24, 2010

Arts council enjoys dinner, Celtic music

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CCHAC Board members attending Membership Dinner from L-R front row: Pattie Moore, Glen Love, Sara Smith, Sandy Zimmerman, Judie Greenstone, Louise Lorentzen, Mike Gora. Back Row L-R Ashley Kellow, Steve Newton, Carolyn Anderson, Reba Beck, Steve Zimmerman, Wanda Jones, John Urani, Hal Farren.

Jacky Jones contributes to campaign

Jacky Jones Chevrolet-BuickGMC of Murphy has made a gift to the “Nurture Our Roots” Campaign of the Community Council of the Georgia Mountain Research and Education Center. The announcement was made by Jon Fullerton, Co-Owner and General Manager of the dealership. “Jacky Jones and I are pleased to continue our support of the programs and activities of the Community Council. We are glad that the Council is now providing programs for students and adults in Cherokee County. Our customers, their children and grandchildren benefit from the services the Community Council provides to the five-county region,” said Fullerton. Dale Cable, a Cherokee County Ambassador for the Community Council, said, “This generous gift is but another example of Jon's commitment to improving the quality of life in Cherokee County and the region. I applaud his support of this very worthy cause.” John Mays, a member of the Council's Resources Committee added, ” Jon and Jacky were among the first in Cherokee County to support the work of the Council. We appreciate their partnership with us in Contributed Photo service to the students and adults in Left to right: Dale Cable, Cherokee County Ambassador, Community Council; Jon Fullerton, Co-Owner & General Manager, Jacky Jones Chevrolet-Buick-GMC; and John Mays, Resources Committee, Community Council. Cherokee County and the region.”

GUIDANCE NEWS Free Enterprise Leadership Conference -For rising sophomores, juniors and seniors who demonstrate leadership potential or an interest in leadership -Only cost application fee of $75.00 -Wingate Univ. in Wingate, NC June 20-June 24, 2010 and June 27- July 1st, 2010 -Apply on line at www.jessehelmscenter.org/programs/felc.asp

4TH SIX WEEKS Janet Anderson Mark Anderson Megan Anson Tyler Arrendale Caroline Ballard Lucas Beaver Jordan Bender Kari Brege Brandon Brooks Bruce Brown Meredith Butler Hannah Byers Tori Cantrell Lucas Carringer Brittany Chastain Gina Cherry Abby Chester Michael Chrisley Emily Christensen Kyle Claus Micayla Cormier Blake Cox Zach Cox Cale Crawford DJ Crowder Joy Crowder

SEANC Scholarship Foundation -Dependents of members of the State Employees Assoc. of N.C. -Student must be full-time student enrolled in four-year college or enrolled in community college or technical school -Categories: Financial Need, Merit or SEANC Member only -Postmarked by April 15, 2010 -Mrs. Nicholson has applications

Rotary Youth Award-RYLA

Sarah James Jessica Jamison Erik Kimsey Jeremy Kirby Ariel Lancaster Danny Lance Hannah Lands Heather Lands Jens Lattimer Victoria Lattimer Nicholas Lear Natalie Leatherman Judy Ledford Michael Ledford Hunter Lewis Drake Long Keana Lowe Robert Lund Sam Lusty Dakota Lyvers Haley Maddox Natasha Maddox Brittany Maney Samantha Maney Tyler Marcoux Nicole Marsocci

Leadership

-June 9-12, 2010 -For rising juniors or seniors who have leadership potential, are in good shape and are receptive to mental and physical challenges -No cost to student -Essay required -Due to Mrs. Nicholson April 30, 2010

Principal’s Honor Roll

Brody Dancer Matthew Danielson Austin Davenport Berkleigh Dew Brian Dey Brett Dobbins Kelsey Donner Kalei Douglas Cody Eller Jakob Elliott Kenny Farnsworth Jeffrey Ferguson James Flietas Christian Forrester Sebasttian Forrester Kelli Fox Summer Garner Ryan Hagler Nate Hayes Austin Head Serena Henderson Kyle Henrikson Nathan Hollifield Richard Horn Dakota Ingram Claire James

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Brack Martin Candice Mathis Shea McCoy Laurie McEwen Paloma McMullin Kristine Medlin Yesenia Mendoza Ross Miller Shana Monkus Nicholas Moore Kyle Moss Michael Murray Sara Newell Ed Norris Chelsea Oliver Tiffany Owens Lucas Parker Jacqueline Patterson Kalen Phillips Jordan Pope Adam Prather Richard Pressey Randi Reeder Haley Reynolds Matthew Reynolds Oliver Riley

Appalachian State UniversityForensic Science Camp -Open to freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors -Sessions- June-21 – June 24 Or July 28 – July 31, 2010 -Early registration is March 31, 2010 -Applications are available in the guidance office

Austin Robertson Dylan Sellers Anna Sherlock Katelyn Shively Lindsay Smith Morgan Smith Wesley Stephens Avery Stepp Hannah Struchko Caleb Tallman Lauren Thompson Brittany Timpson Brittany Updike Elizabeth Updike Selena Victoria Cory Walker Bailie Walters Orren Weaver Berek Westfall Trevor Wimpey Joshua Winkler Haley Woodard Jeremiah Woodard Chad Woody Tyler Worden Heather Worley

The Clay County Historical and Arts Council enjoyed potluck supper and special Celtic music provided by the ‘Bear Notes’ for their annual membership dinner March 11 at Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Hayesville. Prior to the entertainment committee reports were presented to recap the activities and projects of the Council including ongoing work at Nelson Heritage Park and last year’s successful new annual events, the Art Expo and Holiday Tour of Homes. Also in 2009, CCHAC obtained a grant from the North Carolina Arts Council to sponsor cARTwheels, a performing arts presentation for Hayesville elementary students and the group will return March 23 to the Peacock Playhouse to launch another year of events. Activities are planned to involve all ages and will continue into Summer and Fall with special entertainment, the Festival on the Square and preparation for Clay County’s Sesquicentennial. The dinner was well attended by sustaining and new members for the election of 2010 officers with Janice Padgett-President, Reba Beck-Vice President, Wanda Jones continuing as Secretary, and Steve ZimmermanTreasurer. Newly elected Board members Carolyn Anderson, Margaret Armstrong and Steve Newton will join the group for their monthly meeting in April. The purpose of the Clay County Historical and Arts Council is to sponsor activities and encourage cultural education with emphasis on local history and art. Anyone interested in joining the Council as a member or participating in upcoming events may call 389-4592 or 835-7313 and visit www.clayhistoryarts.org for more information.

Home inspection company opens in Clay County Your Inspection Expert, Inc., a home inspection services company, has opened its doors for business in Hayesville and will be serving a six county area from its headquarters here. Your Inspection Expert, Inc., will be providing home inspection services, including Radon testing, to home buyers, home sellers, homeowners wishing to improve their homes, and to banks, attorneys, and builders. Owner and Inspector Lisa Turner, also a North Carolina licensed general contractor, says, "I did some local research with homeowners and real estate professionals, and discovered that there are services that they'd really like to have - either to complete the home sale process with a confirming inspection, or to make improvements in their existing home. So we set up inspections with online resources - from home care information to online scheduling and report availability - and folks are really delighted. We are seeing more sellers get their home inspected too - to eliminate the surprises before the sale."

Your Inspection Expert, Inc. offers a 90 day limited warranty on everything they inspect, on-site reporting with emailable report (USB Drive on request), and online services and resources. Their inspectors are certified, bonded, insured, and licensed. The company is offering large discounts on both inspections and radon testing for Spring and Summer. See their web site for more information or give them a call.

HOW TO GET IN CONTACT: Mailing: Your Inspection Expert, Inc. 559 Broken Arrow Trail, Suite 1 Hayesville, NC 28904 Phone: 828-557-3306 Online: Contact: Lisa Turner Lisa@YourInspectionExpert.com www.YourInspectionExpert.com

Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Available Scholarships in a medical field or medical related field are available to residents of Towns County and Clay Counties. These scholarships are awarded by the Chatuge Regional Hospital Auxiliary. Applications may be obtained at the Volunteer Desk in the main lobby of the hospital or from a school counselor at Towns County and Hayesville High Schools. The applications are due by April 1st. Four scholarships were awarded in the two counties last year. For more information: Call Jean Edwards, President at 706-896-1753 or Scholarship Chairman, Bonnie Blitch, at 706-896-0024.

Superintendent’s Honor Roll

Michelle Alwine Danika Anderson Paul Anderson Scott Anderson James Andrews LeeAnn Bair Ethan Barrett Brooke Baumgarten Kimberly Bourne Holly Braybon Carley Brewer Austin Brose Katherine Byxbee Emily Cherry Megan Cherry Cassidy Coleman Clint Coleman David Craig Emily Curry Kelsey Danto Anna Davis Scarlett Dockery Joshua Dowiatt

Korina Enstad Tyler Faggard Phillip Gaddis Amber Garrido Angelica Geraldi Jackson Geraldi Crystal Green Keri Griffin James Hadas Jonathan Hayes Raymond Iurilli Elizabeth Jacobs Callie Jamison Weston Jordan Caroline Kelley Tommy Kelly Alexa Kurrimbukus Alan Lamb Stephen Lancaster Wendy Lavender Blake Ledford Megan Ledford Elisabeth Lee

Haley Leek Kylie Leek Megan Mallamas Alyssa Maney Chase Martin Paige McQuade Ashley Miller Maggie Mills Jared Moore Gerado Moreno Cody Moss Jonathan Mustin Brooke Muzik Hilary Nelson Josh Nemkovich Cody Neumann Elijah Nicholson Jacob Nicholson Alexander Nordmann Sarah Nunn Kayla Owens Trevor Parker

Justin Parrish Joseph Patterson Cheyanna Penland Sarah Puett Taylor Reynolds Jonathan Rickett Audrey Rogers Austin Shively Jesse Somervell Paisley Staton Andrea Talley Alice Thompson Kyle Vardo Samantha Voutsinas Zach Wall Jacob Wallace Kayli Watkins Kristina White Emilee Whitener Tara Wickersham Jylian Wilde Keegan Wingate Heather Woody


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March 25

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5:45 p.m. The Clay County Republican Party will be having its annual County Convention at 6:30 p.m. at the Clay County Senior Center, 196 Ritter Road, Hayesville. There will be a covered dish dinner at 5:45 p.m. There also will be several new political candidates coming to speak. For details, call Jim 389-8971.

March 26

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March 27

tBNQN'SFF"EVMU$135SBJOJOHJTBU4IBSQ.FNPSJBM6OJUFE Methodist Church in Young Harris, GA. CALL 1-800-282-1722 Ext. 29 TO 3&4&37&"5*.&5IF&WFOUJT)PTUFE#Z4IBSQ.FNPSJBM6OJUFE.FUIPEJTU$IVSDI5PXOT$PVOUZ6OJUPGUIF"NFSJDBO3FE$SPTT tQN%FNPDSBUJD*OEFQFOEFOU$IJMJ-VODIJTBUUIF4FOJPS$FOter, Ritter Road, Hayesville. All Democrats and Independent candidates BSFXFMDPNFUPTQFBL QMFBTFFNBJMEKPCPPL!WFSJ[POOFUUPCFQMBDFE on the program or call 706-897-9560. Paid for and hosted by the Committee to Elect Deby Jo Ferguson for Sheriff. Current confirmed speakers include: Deby Jo Ferguson, Joe Shook, Melvin Cantrell, Israel Rogers, Denise Hallauer, John Martin and Lamar Chastain. tQNQN5IF)BZFTWJMMF$JWJUBO$MVCXJMMIPTUBTQBHIFUUJEJOner at the Hayesville First Methodist Church. Cost of the meal will be $6 and eat-in or take-out is available. The meal consists of spaghetti, salad, bread, dessert and a drink. Proceeds from the meal will benefit the Civitan Scholarship Fund available to graduating seniors at Hayesville High School. tQN##2$IJDLFO%JOOFS(PTQFM4JOH##2$IJDLFO 1Ptato Salad, Baked Beans, Bread, Dessert, Drink all for an $8.00 donation. Singing: House of Prayer Choir Ensemble, All Nations Warrior Drum from Cherokee, NC, John Davis. All at the House of Prayer Church in Blairsville, GA. Takeout available at 4 p.m. Sponsored by: Osprey Ministries. Please call John Davis at 706-835-6010 or 706-896-7491 for more information.

March 28

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April 6

tBNQN8SJUFST$JSDMF BOFXXSJUJOHQSPHSBNCFHVOCZ(MFOda Beall, will hold the first writing class, Who are You and Why Do You Write? at her studio on Chatuge Lane, Hayesville, NC. Class fee is $35.00 except for those who have discount coupons. To register or learn more about this and upcoming classes throughout the spring and summer, contact Glenda Beall, writerlady21@yahoo.com or call 828-389-4441. At 1 p.m. Wayne Drumheller will hold a free class on creating your own digital books with Creative Memories software. Those who come in the morning and wish to stay for the afternoon class should bring a bag lunch. Coffee, water and snacks will be provided. tQN$MBZ$PVOUZT"OOVBM1PFUSZBOE"SU$POUFTUBUUIF)BZFTville High School Lecture Hall. Light refreshments will be served. tQNQN0XO:PVS'JSTU)PNFXPSLTIPQJTBUUIFUSBJOJOH DFOUFSPG0OF%P[FO8IP$BSF *OD  0%8$ 8JMTPO4USFFU "Odrews, NC 28901. Seating is limited to 45 people. Please call 828-3212273, or 828-837-1146 to register. A registration fee of $5 is payable at the door. Donations to ODWC are accepted.

April 10

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April 12

tQNQN'VOESBJTFS.FFUBOE(SFFU%S%BO&JDIFObaum (R) for Congress. Dr. Dan is standing for election to congress in NC 11 as a principled conservative. Please join him and his team for dinner on Monday at The New Happy Garden Chinese Restaurant in Murphy. Call Mike Crowell with questions at 828-360-4294. Let’s talk politics!

April 24

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Rape and sexual assault have physical and emotional effects, both short-term and lasting. REACH of Clay County is holding a sexual assault support group for women in Hayesville. Call (828) 389-0797.

Al-Anonymous: 7 p.m. Sunday Night, Chatuge Regional Hospital, Hiawassee GA. 8 p.m. Monday Night, “The Mustard Seed�, 12 Step and Twelve Tradition Meeting at Mountain Presbyterian Church, Blairsville GA New Ala-Teen Meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday Night at Mountain Presbyterian Church, Blairsville, Ga. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night at Mountain Presbyterian Church, Blairsville Ga. 12:00 noon Tuesday, Mountain Regional Library, Young Harris, GA Al-Anon is open anyone who has been affected by another person’ drinking. The only requirement for membership is that there be a problem of alcoholism in a relative or a friend. Call 706-835-5827, 706-897-0628 or 828-389-8981. for more information.

Substance abuse: Free weekly WRAP classes are being offered every Tuesday from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. in Clay County at the Hayesville office of Murphy Counseling (the old Smoky Mountain Center). Wellness Recovery Action Planning, i.e. WRAP, is a 10-week course that teaches you an approach for managing mental health and/or substance abuse symptoms that are interfering with your life. Classes are free and you can begin at any time. There is HOPE for a better life! For more information, call the Marble Center, 837-7466, ext. 2311, and talk to one of our facilitators.

Co-dependents: Co-Dependents Anonymous meetJOHTBSFBTGPMMPXTt'PSXPNFOPOMZ"U12 noon on Mondays at Young Harris Library in Young Harris, Ga. Call Linda at (706) 781 t"U  QN  5IVSTEBZT BU .PVOUBJO Presbyterian Church in Blairsville, Ga. Call Rocky, (706) 897-2885.

"Recovery" Ministry The First Freewill Baptist Church of Hayesville and Pastor Chris Rumfelt welcomes you to "Celebrate Recovery!," a Christ-centered recovery ministry for alcoholism, divorce, sexual abuse, co-dependency, domestic violence, drug addiction and any other hurt, habit or hang-up from 7-9 p.m., Thursdays. For more information, call Rumfelt at (828) 361-4090.

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Narconon warns families that abuse of addictive pharmaceutical drugs is on the rise with deadly consequences. Learn the signs of drug abuse. Someone you love may be at risk. Call Narconon for a free brochure on the signs of addiction for all drugs. 877-379-0208. www.drugsno. com

What: Enchanted Valley Squares is having Basic Mainstream Classess When: Tuesday Nights from 7:00-9:00 pm Where: Towns Co Middle School Cafeteria. Contact: GA-Al Supplee (706) 379-2191 or NC-Bob or Loretta Hughes (828) 837-2561.

Soaking Prayer A healing prayer team holds prayer sessions each Tuesday evening at 7:00 at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. Sponsored by the River of )FBMJOH DIBQUFS PG UIF *OUhM 0SEFS PG 4U Luke. More information (828)389-3397.

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Senior Game Day What: Dominoes, Hearts, Scrabble, Checkers, etc. When: Every Tuesday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Where: Clay County Senior Center Contact: Call 838-389-9271 for more info.

Library book store What: Record Albums (33 1/3), books on tape and VCR movies. When: Monday to Sat. 10 a.m. -4 p.m Where: Across from the library.

REACH Thrift Store What: Donations accepted during business hours. Volunteers welcome. When: 10 a.m. - 4:30 a.m. Monday - Saturday. Where: 1252 Hwy 64 W. (Old KT Billiards bldg.) Contact: Call 828.389.1415 or 828.557.7416.

Granny’s Attic Thrift Store What: Auxiliary for Good Shepherd Home Health care and Hospice. When: Open 9 am - 4 pm Wed. - Sat. Contact: 389-6311

Men’s Coffee Club What: FREE coffee to all men age 50 and over. Where: The Clay County Senior Center When: 8 am to 9 am every Monday morning.

Ladies’ tea time What: A variety of FREE teas will be available. All women age 50 and over are welcome. Where: The Clay County Senior Center When: 2 pm each Monday.

CCCC Auxillary meets What: The Auxiliary raises money to help with residents activities. When: The 2nd Thursday at 10 a.m. Where: Clay County Care Center Contact: Linda Davis at 828-389-4233 or MVMV!WFSJ[POOFU

Merchants Assoc. When: Historic Hayesville Merchants Association meets at 8 a.m. the 2nd Wed, The HHM board meets at 8 a.m. the 1st Wed. Where: 5IFDPNNVOJUZSPPNPG6OJUFE Community Bank. Contact: Joseph Sorensen: 828-361-7569.

t 5IF 5PXOT6OJPO "M[IFJNFShT support meets at Brasstown Manor in Hiawassee, Ga. The group now meets the first and third Friday of each month from 3–4:30 p.m. Call (706) 896-4285 t "O "M[IFJNFST 4VQQPSU (SPVQ meets at 6 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month at the Clay County Senior Center in Hayesville.

What: Mike Casey will be available When: 2nd Tuesday and the 4th Wed. Where: Job Link Office Contact: (828) 837-7407 or the Social Service Office in Hayesville at 389-6301.

Cancer:

Cancer support group meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the community room, 6OJUFE $PNNVOJUZ #BOL  )BZFTWJMMF  DPSner of Hwy 64 and Hwy 69. Any questions can be directed to Janet Curns, evenings at 828-389-0295.

Body Sculpting Class:

Body Sculpting/Cardiovascular Exercise classes are being offered at Towns County Recreational Center in Hiawassee, Ga. Class is from 6:30-7:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The cost is $4 per class or $48 per month. Contact the recreation center at (706) 8962600 or Susan Rogers at (706) 896-6842.

Divorce:

"Divorce Care," a divorce recovery seminar and support group, meets at 7 p.m. on Mondays BU )JBXBTTFF 6OJUFE Methodist Church. For more information, call Mary at (706) 896-9004.

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Drug Treatment:

A stroke support group meets every third Thursday of each month. The meetings are in the large conference room at Murphy Medical Center. Medical advisor is Dr. Ken Cassell. Contact Carol Dorman or Dawn Colbert in the discharge planning department at (828) 835-7589.

Alzheimer's:

Meetings are 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Sharp Memorial Church in Young Harris, Ga. Call Jim at (828) 361-7565 (cell) or (828) 389-1975 or Sandy at (828) 361-5278.

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Clay Lions to Meet When: Clay County Lions Club meets the first and third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Where: The Scout Hut. Contact: Membership Chairman Rondle Ford at (828) 389-9530 or Secretary/Treasurer Dr. Russell Hughes at (828) 389-3890.

Oil Painting Classes What: Classes for beginners and intermediate students. Cost is $65; must furnish own brushes and canvas. When: Wednesdays, 9AM - 1PM Where: Clay County Senior Center. Contact: (828) 389-9271

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Community Suppers When: Brasstown Community Club meets at 6:30 p.m., the third Thursday of each month with a pot luck supper. Grocery game night, 7 p.m. the first Saturday of every month. Please bring snack foods.

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Helping Hands meet What: The ladies group at Sweetwater 6OJUFE.FUIPEJTU$IVSDINFFUTUPNBLF quilts for Clay and Cherokee countiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; sick and needy. Helpers are welcome. When: From 10 a.m. to noon every first and third Tuesday.

Square Dance Classes

Enchanted Square Dance When: 2nd & 4th Friday each month 7 p.m. to 9 p.m Where: Towns County Elementary School Cafeteria. Contact: Loyd Lee at 706-896-5969.

Intermediate Bridge Where: Health department, downstairs in Hiawassee When: Mondays and Fridays, starting at 12:45 p.m. All players welcome. Contact: (828) 389-8065.

Fellowship Weekly What: Full Gospel Business Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fellowship International When: 6 p.m. every Monday Where: Daniels in Hiawassee, Ga. Contact: (828) 389-0140.

Mtn. Community Seniors What: We welcome all Mountain Seniors from 5PXOT 6OJPOBOE$MBZ$PVOUJFT8FIBWF.Vsic, Informative speakers, picnics and field trips. When: 2 P.M. second Thursday each month Where: Hiawassee Senior Center

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Moose Lodge What: We are forming a Moose Lodge and invite you to join us. Come early and join us for a Dutch Treat lunch. Where: Homers Corner Cafe located at Hwy 19/129 in Murphy, NC inside Fosters Flea Market. When: 2nd Friday of each month at 1 p.m. Contact: Art or Donna Harris at (828) 389-6342.

Valley Kennel Club What: We invite all those interested in pure bred dogs and canine activities to attend. When: Meetings are held at 7 p.m. the first Monday of each month Where: Brotherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Restaurant on Hwy 64 in Murphy, NC. Contact: Kit Miracle @ 706 492 5253 or Peggy Moorman @ 828 835 1082.

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When: Meets the first Wed. of each month. Dinner is at 6 p.m. Veterans meeting and Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Auxiliary begin at 7 p.m. Where: 2641 Hwy 66, Young Harris, Ga ( at the Ga/NC State Line)

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Mountain Coin Club

When: 3rd Tuesday of each month. Early activities begin at 5:30. Meeting follows at 6:30 p.m. Where: Cadence Bank in Blairsville. Contact: YOCS, 706-379-1488.

Amateur Radio

What: The North Georgia Tri-State A.R.C. (Amateur Radio Club) meetings. All meetings are open to the public. When: The first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. Where: Branan Lodge in Blairsville. Contact: Don Deyton at 706-781-6665.

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Mountain High Hikers What: Specialty hikes, and regular trail maintaining trips- all in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina and Georgia. When: Tuesdays. Contact: MountainHighHikers.org for schedule and meeting locations or call 828-389-8240.

British Empire What: Daughters of the British Empire (DBE) is hoping to establish a local chapter in the North Georgia/Western North Carolina mountains area and would like to contact eligible women. Membership is extended to women of British or British Commonwealth birth or ancestry and to women married to men of British or British Commonwealth birth. Contact: Maureen at 404 583 3958 or e-mail at maureendbe@hotmail.com

Blue Ridge MOAA

What: The Blue Ridge Mountains Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America meets. All active duty, National Guard, reserve, retired, and former Military, Public Health Service, and NOAA officers and warrant officers and surviving spouses are invited to attend. When: Third Monday of each month Where: At various area restaurants. Contact: Jim Ferrell at 828-835-9203 or moaa.org/chapter/blueridgemountains.

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Ellis Heulitte Manis, Jr., 45, of Hoschton, GA and Lisa Marie Lunsford, 31, of Hayesville, NC were united in marriage on March 6, 2010.


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DELINQUENT TAX LISTINGS Under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by Sec. 105-369 of the N. Carolina General Statues and pursuant to the order of the Board of Commissioners of Clay County, I am hereby advertising TAX LIENS for the year 2009 upon real estate described below. The amount advertised will be increased by interest and costs from the amount advertised and the omission of interest and costs from the amount advertised will not constitute a waiver of the taxing unit's claim for those items. The real estate that is subject to the lien, the name of the owner on the date the tax became delinquent, and the principal amount of taxes are set below. If the taxes remain unpaid, the lien will be foreclosed by the taxing unit and the property sold to satisfy the taxing unit's claim for taxes. These collection procedures do not apply to taxpayers which may be under a current US Bankruptcy Plan.

NAME ANDERSON BILLY RAY

294.40

ACRE 1.78,1.11,1.83

286.37

0.73,1.04

769.12

30.19

APPLE ORCHARD MTN HOMES INC

575.46

1.00,1.00,1.00

ANDERSON WINDELL & PEGGY

980.26

1.00,1.00,1.00

240.58

0.75

ANDREWS JAMES E & LINDA H &

LAUREL OAKS ESTATES LLC

2527.70

54.77,2.50

228.62

0.49,0.72

LAUREL OAKS ESTATES LLC

242.88

2.24,4.45

LEATHERWOOD LUCILLE V

165.60

7.20

714.84

UNIT 2,4,5

LEDFORD DONALD ESTATE

925.06

40.06

95.22

2.72

424.12

UNIT 6,7

38.98

1.56

LASALLE BANK TR/MERRILL LYNCH

LEDFORD LONNIE LEDFORD LYNN B LEDFORD MICHAEL

1.50,2.00

1013.38

8.22,0.80,8.22

ARGENETTA SOLOMON LLC

390.54

10.32

155.94

2.01,4.00

ARTELLA INC

743.10

1 LOT

1404.18

41.73,16.75

ARTELLA INC

331.94

1 LOT

118.22

4.22

ASHLEY RICKEY L

483.46

0.80

11.69

LEASEHOLD

2236.06

5.84,1.00

77.28

1.05

B & E GROCERY INC DBA HUDDLE HOUSE B H & P GROUP LLC

LEE RICHARD

143.32

1.00

BAINE DONNA

LESTER MALCOLM J SR

528.54

2.03

BENNETT JAMES P & LINDA SUE

280.60

0.40

47.38

0.51

BERRONG DAVID

338.10

2.00,2.38

462.87

2.52,9.00,2.25

BERRONG DAVID R

232.76

2.38

BERRONG RALPH & MARTHA

230.00

2.00

LESTER SHIRLEY M LOGAN DANNY

6.00

LOGAN DANNY

519.80

2.49,2.50

10.58

0.06

LONTRAC INC

2157.40

180.38

61.77

5.70

1070.42

1.34

LOVELL RALPH

82.75

0.65

BIGHAM SUMMER ELAINE E & RONAL

237.82

8.97

MAGNETTI NIKKI

296.24

0.43

BISHOP BARBARA J & PAUL G

386.86

1.07

MARTIN AARON & LUCHRETIA

162.38

5.12

BJEJ OF CLAY COUNTY LLC

8.25

1.61

BOLGER WILLIAM D TRUSTEE

337.18

1.16

MARTIN PAULA HYATT

969.68

1.44

82.80

0.74,0.76

BROOKS JOAN M

441.14

1.33,1.00

MCANINCH SUSAN M

BURGESS REBECCA L & LEDFORD REX DALE

258.98

9.99

MCDONALD MICHAEL D & SUSAN E

BURSON COLLEEN

299.92

9.51

MCDONALD RICKEY R & REBECCA G

BYERS FRED & WANDA

111.32

1.12

BYERS RONNIE DWAYNE & JULIE DE

524.40

0.50,0.75

CALDWELL CHARLES & MCCOY MYRA (MAIL RETURNED)

436.54

0.96

1.95

(MAIL RETURNED)

ANDREWS J RICHARD & CATHERINE APPLE ORCHARD LOG HOMES INC

LEASEHOLD

92.46

BADGER DIANE ARLENE

ANDREWS J RICHARD & CATHERINE ANDREWS JAMES E & LINDA H

46.00

12.43

AYERS KIM A

ANDREWS JAMES E & LINDA H

243.80

1356.54

ASHE TOMMY HOWARD

ANDREWS J RICHARD & CATHERINE

172.13

ARSCOTT RICHARD & CHERYL & KORAC CRAIG

ANDERSON WINDELL & PEGGY

0.41

LEE ANNA BELL MILLER

ANDERSON LOSTER

ANDRUS PETER & HOLLAND W W HEIRS

2.63

38.18

LEE ADRIAN

ANDERSON KENNETH & DONNA KATHL

ANDERSON MARY ANN & HUBERT

19.57

LEDFORD RUDY CARROLL

AMT

8A

LALLEMENT PHILLIP & FRANCINE

LEDFORD REX DALE & JOYCE H

BRASSTOWN

Wednesday , March 24, 2010

KUMAS JAMES JR & DEBORAH K

LEDFORD MICHAEL & KATHY

This is the 24th day of March, 2010 Rehnaye Talley Tax Collector

Smoky Mountain Sentinel

BETTIS BREEZE ETALS

673.52

9.50,22.00

MAUNEY CLAUDE R & BROWN ALLISON

36.28

77.66

BOOKHOLT PETER EDWARD JR

383.04

0.60

MAUNEY CLAUDE R

12.92

20.18

BRACKENS R T ESTATE OF

128.80

7.00

213.90

7.91

BRADFORD PHYLLIS

90.16

2.53

BRENNER HENRY JOHN

320.62

1.00

BRISTOL CONNIE H & ROBERT A

919.08

2.40,0.78

2086.74

32.51,1.51

75.90

1.00

79.58

0.89

1680.38

16.79,2.94

2.14

BRISTOL ROBERT A & CONNIE H

MCLEAN C ALAN & CYNTHIA L

522.10

1.06

BRYSON LOUIS VANCE & SHERRY T

MERCER RICHARD & KATHERINE

326.14

0.75,0.81,0.75

BRYSON MICHAEL H

318.78

0.49

538.84

6 LOTS

MCGAHA SHEILA ANN OWENS (MAIL RETURNED)

98.90

52.90

1.26

MERCER RICHARD & KATHERINE

324.76

0.76,0.76,0.75

BUCKLEY HELEN

CALDWELL LEONORA RENEE

540.96

1.40,0.17

MERCER RICHARD & KATHERINE

328.44

0.75,0.88,0.75

BUONANTUONO ANTHONY

52.44

0.77

CARROLL BARBARA B MASSEY

312.34

0.95

345.00

1.00,1.00,1.00

BURCH JIMMY E & JERITA

238.28

0.64

80.50

1.64

BURRELL ARDELLA

666.54

1.32

CHILSON EDGAL LIFE ESTATE

127.06

9.90

149.50

6.38

BURRELL ROBERT KENNETH

151.80

0.75,1.41

COE MICHAEL LOUIS & JANICE M

323.38

17.44

3.26,6.95

71.76

1.50

CHARDT MICHELE L & SPIVEY MONTIE

COKER CHRISTOPHER N & MELISSA COKER VICTOR N

13.34

0.37

1217.58

0.76,1.22

COOK GREGORY ADAM

328.90

1.10

COOK KEVIN EARL

199.29

7.50

CORNWELL KEVIN CURTIS

216.20

2.61

COOK BILLY J & BARBARA J

CRONE DONALD & SENA LAWRENCE & TRENTHAM JESSICA CRONE DONALD LEE DANN ANDREW E & BARBARA B DEROVANESIAN MARTIN DEROVANESIAN MARY DEROVANESIAN TODD JR TRUSTEE (MAIL RETURNED) DOCKERY TARA ETALS DYE VERGAL & MARY

202.79

10.00

55.20

1.00

182.62 45.08 47.84 41.86

1.00,1.00

MERCER RICHARD & KATHERINE MID OHIO SECURITIES CUSTODIAN FOR STEVEN MILLER

82.34

2.30

BURRELL ROBERT KENNETH

247.94

MILLER JERRY & LINDA

100.28

4.96

CALDER & MATHESON DEV LLC

666.08 1.35,1.18,23.08

MILLER STEPHEN A & SHERYL ANN

475.64

4.00

CALDER & MATHESON DEV LLC

516.12

1.62,1.41,1.62

MIRANDI JOHN J & TERESA D

183.08

1.00,4.00

CALDER & MATHESON DEV LLC

909.42

1.15,1.46,1.28

MONKUS ARNOLD M & SHARON A

443.44

3.00

CALDWELL KEVIN

541.88

0.91,0.99

MYERS CARLA J

117.30

3.70

CARIEN DAVID R TRUSTEE

301.30

1.01,1.34

NELSON MELISSA & TEEMS COREY

155.66

12.00

CARIEN DAVID R TRUSTEE

504.16

1.37,1.51

CARNEY JAMES B

725.76

5.00

CARTER MICHAEL BRENT

425.60

1 LOT

CHASTAIN KIMMY J & KELLY E

321.08

0.94

CHASTAIN RANDAL K

367.08

1.50

CHASTAIN WESLEY K

273.24

2.60

CHATUGE PLAZA LLC

555.68

1.21

112.70

2.11

MILLER JAMES L

NEWCOMB RAY & LINDA & REID JOEY & SONYA

& REID JOEY & SONYA

0.57 0.63

341.32

1.33,0.75,0.77

703.34

2.37,1.34,0.85

NEWCOMB RAY & LINDA

NEWCOMB RAY & LINDA & REID JOEY & SONYA

0.51

469.20

1.31,0.77,0.97

87.27

33.97

OLVERA MELINDA & GENARO

509.68

1.29

CHEROKEE SEARCH SYSTEMS LLC

328.37

11.56

OWENS VICKI & KELLY

672.98

2.00

CLARK TAMMY VICTORIA

55.20

1.00

195.50

1.21

CMPW PROPERTIES LLC

1035.00

0.87,1.09,1.87

FAGGARD MICHAEL E & SANDRA J

103.04

1.65

PANARO DAVID W & KIM A

FENSTERLE KURT F

388.70

6.28

PANTHER FAYE

381.80

1.00

CMPW PROPERTIES LLC

429.17

2.90,1.40,1.31

PARKER SANDY & TAMMY

197.34

4.00

CMPW PROPERTIES LLC

685.86

0.77,1.56,1.04

89.61

3.03

CODY ARCHIE LOWELL & WILMA

333.96

1.52,3.64

FORD LENNA

2026.76

118.43

FULLMER ALICIA

241.50

0.70

GALLOWAY WILLA BELL WHEDDEN

460.92

13.81

GERRELL CLAY

222.18

0.50,1.27

GIBSON GREG & GIBSON RICKY & CHASTAIN MELISSA

387.78

19.52

209.76

1.38,1.30,1.30

209.76

1.37,1.27,1.27

GREEN KEVIN & GREEN STACEY & PALMER CARLOS

358.80

1.22,1.24,1.12

GREEN KEVIN & GREEN STACEY & PALMER CARLOS

643.54

1.19,1.21,1.12

GREEN KEVIN & GREEN STACEY & PALMER CARLOS

800.40

1.04,1.13,1.05

GREEN KEVIN & GREEN STACEY & PALMER CARLOS

840.88

1.01,1.14,1.01

GREEN KEVIN & GREEN STACEY & PALMER CARLOS

655.04

1.29,1.08,1.21

GREEN KEVIN & GREEN STACEY & PALMER CARLOS

259.44

1.18,1.20,1.44

GREEN RICHARD B

408.47

2.23,0.77,0.98

GRIFFIN KEVIN PAUL

421.36

0.72

80.50

3.00

HAMPTON KELLY B

274.62

0.97,0.62

HAMPTON ROGER W

103.04

2.30

HALL CASWELL C

HARRIS BRENDA W

54.74

1.32

1135.28

1.00,1.00,1.00

HELLER MICHAEL & MAUREEN

156.40

1.06

HENDERSON DARRELL & MARY

314.18

1.00,0.23

HARRISON LEONARD JR

HENDERSON ELIZABETH IRENE

323.19

5.84

HILLIARD HUGH & PHYLLIS F

404.34

7.96,0.39

HINSON BARBARA

141.22

2.43

HOGSED CYNTHIA DARLENE HOGSED LARRY R & NEAL SHERRY L HOLLAND W W JR ETALS HOLLAND W WAYNE & JUDY HOLLAND W WAYNE JR & JUDY HOLLAND W WAYNE JR & JUDY HOWELL MELISSA (MAIL RETURNED) HUGHES JIMMY MANSON

510.60 321.87 173.42 44.16

4.85 20.00 0.06 16.00

66.24 6.00,17.10,0.94

HYATT CATONIA M & KEITH HYATT DAVID A HYATT KEITH & TONYA / MONKUS BRANDON INGRAM SHERRY & TIMOTHY

CODY TAMMY R

110.40

1.00,1.00

1.00

COFFEY ROGER D

214.36

2.59,1.00

POPE CHARLES & ARLEEN

241.96

0.14,1.50

COFFEY ROGER DALE

324.76

0.49,0.84

POWERS J A ESTATE OF

216.20

10.00

COLEMAN STEVEN L & ALICE

401.28

0.60

1.27

COLWELL MARY S

345.00

1.58

329.71

5.41

CORMACK BILL & BRENDA

387.60

0.37

REAGAN TAMI JEANINE L

98.44

3.10

CORN ESTEE N LIFE ESTATE

173.88

1.00

REYNOLDS HOPE ELIZABETH

396.98

3.20

COX ELIANORE S

384.56

0.79

RICH STACIE

142.14

LEASEHOLD

4839.66

5.16

ROBERTS MICHAEL D & WANDA H

364.32

0.83

CRESSMAN CHRISTIAN S & MICHELL

104.88

1.14

CROSS SHELLY

45.60

0.23

471.96

6.68

97.06

0.94,1.49

430.56

1.31

SANDS RAYMOND SCOTT

161.00

1.13,0.77,2.43

SARDINAS MANUEL & POOLE DOUG

803.62

1.95

SATTERFIELD DENISE

499.56

1.08

SCOTT HENRY R

442.52

11.94

DAILEY ANNA JO

242.42

2.00

345.00

3.62,3.24,3.29

SHAW JULIE ANNE & KIRBY SHELDON

479.78

11.19

DAILEY PAUL MRS ANNA JO

SHOOK TOMMY D & CINDY L

424.12

0.46

DAILEY PAUL MRS ANNA JO

345.00

2.55,2.58,2.59

SMITH JOHNNY

227.24

1.06

DAILEY PAUL MRS ANNA JO

235.98

2.11,2.43

SNYDER GILBERT WAYNE & SANDRA

124.66

2.20

DANICO ROBERT SCOTT & LISA ANN

351.01

1.68

4986.96

27.99,156.38

DEVOOGT CORNELIUS & KLAZAINA

64.40

1.23

LEASEHOLD

DEZESS DAVID ROCKY & PENNY JEA

480.32

0.24

91.92

0.64

DILLS MICHAEL

171.12

LEASEHOLD

DMOWSKI MIRTHA & ROBERT

144.90

4.60

SOUTH FLORIDA SOD INC STALCUP NETTI

208.38

STEELE CYNTHIA B

99.67

0.95

STRICKLAND THERESA

512.43

0.83,3.50

SWANSON STEVE J

168.82

3.71

TEEMS LARRY K

640.32

0.24,9.45

DOCKERY CARL

132.94

LEASEHOLD

1056.16

3.41,0.98

DOUBLE N PROPERTIES LLC

440.68

1.01,1.01

366.62

0.89

DOUBLE N PROPERTIES LLC

281.98

1.27,0.61

215.74

0.75

462.30

1.56

97.24

30.50

360.18

TIBLIS KENNETH D & AVA S TOTHEROW WILLIAM

ECKDAHL JACK & CAROL (MAIL RETURNED)

TOWNS COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPT BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION TROUT ALFRED HEIRS TYSON CAROLYN JOYCE UPP PATRICK & SHERRY

1085.28

1.00

ELLINGTON ROBERT & ELLINGTON PATRICIA

352.18

0.50,0.40

0.96

ERMLICH KATHY LESTER

484.08

18.22

FAGGARD MIKE & SANDRA

823.40

1.00,1.06

FARINA CARLOS & LOURDES

575.92

8..82

FLAHERTY CYNTHIA M & GARY

514.74

1.00

FORTY LOVE DG LLC

728.64

1.12

FOSTER KAY

304.79

2.00

252.94

0.81,1.80

73.60

1.00

525.78

3.10

1132.52

2.96,4.44

WALLACE GARY W

147.72

8.97

WARE HELEN ELAINE

166.52

0.05,0.72

WIGGINS TAMMY G

576.84

14.11,18.39

VANDERLAAN DAN H & LINDA K

ELLINGTON PATRICIA STILES

WILSON ALLEN & SARAH

834.44

3.00

WIMPEY JAMES WILLIAM

709.78

20.00

FREYRE ENRIQUE & DORA

201.16

1.40

WINN THOMAS G

369.38

1.39

GALLOWAY WANDA & PRICE CHARLES

57.50

1.53

WITHROW ROBERT J

217.58

1.09

GARRETT JOHN H & HAZEL

738.30

0.38,2.40

99.36

1.50

GARRETT JOHN H & HAZEL

718.52

3.10,3.21

488.98

1.16

GAUTHIER THELMA L TRUSTEE

359.72

0.43

GERRIE GEORGE E TRUSTEE

306.36

1.09

189.98 74.98

8.96 LEASEHOLD

WOLFE JASON (MAIL RETURNED) WORLEY GLENN

109.48

2.20

WORLEY VESTIE & IDA MAE

529.00

1.20,1.00,7.13

72.84

4.99

YONCE WILLIAM H

138.92

4.00

GIBSON JONATHAN R & CYNTHIA

573.16

1.00

300.84

1.50

YOUNG MARY BETH & ADAM B

93.38

1.38

GRANT ADA

92.00

0.77

GREENE DWIGHT E

70.84

1.04

GRIBBLE CLOYCE P MRS

382.72

1.07

GRIMSLEY BRANDON

276.00

1.00

HALL A B ESTATE

268.18

35.00

HALL J STEPHEN

542.34

1.95

HARRISON J D JR & JEANNE E

169.74

1.14,1.00

HARTZ SHELLY MCLEAN TRUSTEE

601.68

0.80,1.20

HAWKINS RANDY LYNN

305.44

0.63

30.81

3.00

588.34

1.00

0.78

JARRETT CHARLES E II & SARAH N

54.74

1.14

221.72 98.44

HAYESVILLE AMT

ACRE

ADAIR TAMRA S

264.38

0.91

2.96

ALWINE ROBERT MARK

718.06

1.01

2.15

ANDERSON ANGELIA MARIE

206.08

1.33

KERNEA ANGELINE MRS HEIRS (MAIL RETURNED)

379.04

23.47

KERNEA JACK

220.80

LEASEHOLD

46.46

0.60

753.94

9.00

10.37

1.00

KINYON ROBERT W SR & HELEN A

DICKERSON MICHAEL & TERESA

0.11

47.38

KING ELIZABETH ANN

CYMERMAN JEREMIAH

17.10,32.00

JARRETT CHARLES E II & SARAH N

KERNEA JACK ET ALS (MAIL RETURNED)

CYMERMAN GABRIEL &

29.69

0.99

JUSTICE JENNIFER E (MAIL RETURNED)

CUNNINGHAM DERRICK CASEY

901.14

49.68

JONES LINDA JEAN

CREEKSIDE MANAGEMENT CORP

ROGERS DEDRA A

JACKSON KRISTIE & JARRETT CHARLES E II & SARAH

249.07

FOSTER MICHAEL ROBERT

HUNSBERGER IRVIN & MAE & LEE CARLTON E & DEBRA

1.10

130.18

RELLER GEOFFREY

GREEN KEVIN & GREEN STACEY & PALMER CARLOS

9.64

PERSALL JOHNNY W

PENLAND JARROD

RAY KATHERINE MRS ROMULUS

GREEN KEVIN & GREEN STACEY & PALMER CARLOS

PAYNE ROGER D & REBECCA A

NAME

ANDERSON DANIEL W

98.90

1.13

ANDERSON DAVID

122.82

1.30

ANDERSON ERNEST L & SHERRY M

281.06

0.58,0.91

ANDERSON JULES D & KAY

338.10

1.00

HAYESVILLE MARKETING & STAFFING LLC HEDDEN MARY


DELINQUENT TAX LISTINGS HEDDEN MARY J & LARRY HEDDEN MARY J & LARRY HILL JOSEPH & CYNTHIA HODGES DEXTER VAN HOLLIFIELD MICHAEL & SANDRA A

118.68 126.50 900.60 119.60 132.02

1.20,1.00 1.00,1.40 0.88 0.85 2.32

HOOPER JACKIE & LINDA

585.12

1.00

HOOPER REGGIE

508.20

LEASEHOLD

56.12

0.51

HOOPER ROY LEE & LYNETTE HOOPER TOMMY R & PATRICIA

234.48

0.38,0.37,0.76

HOOPER TOMMY R & PATRICIA

350.08

0.67,0.27,0.14

HOOPER TOMMY R & PATRICIA

2411.48

0.71,0.47

HOWARD DAVID R

62.10

1.00

HUFF HUBERT F & CONSTANCE R

44.16

1.00

452.64

0.50

INGRAM KRISTI YVETTE J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

165.60

1.00,1.08

JACKSON SUZI

429.64

11.86

JONES LINDA JEAN

150.88

4.97

JONES MICHAEL L & DARREN P & SHUTLEY R TODD JOYBRAN LLC KIRBY HENRY J & WANDA B KIRBY MITCHELL & LISA M

40.48

2.50

724.50

1.01

176.42

0.95

63.56

0.73

L & M ACRES LLC

872.62

0.94

LANKFORD ANN LANDERS

169.48

1.00

LAZERATION ANDREW & JILLAYNE LEDFORD BOYD M JR & MARGARET LEDFORD DWAYNE & RUTH LEDFORD EDWARD L & PAULINE P LEDFORD JAMES J JR

312.34 391.40 258.06

2.26 0.59 1.63

142.14

0.50,0.83,0.40

1.99

1.00

LEDFORD KEVIN & TIFFANY

968.30

32.51

LEDFORD LARRY O & DEBRA J

331.32

2.00

LEDFORD MARGARET N

235.52

0.50

LEDFORD MICHAEL K & ALECHIA D (MAIL RETURNED) LEDFORD SCOTT & ALLISON LEIGH COURT LLC

296.24

1096.18 7.22,2.13,15.83 693.05

LINGERFELT RONALD & MELISSA

1.45

673.90

2.51 1.11

LLOYD CHARLES L & EDITH

201.45

11.86

LONG BRAD

480.24

0.90

LONG CARL W

729.10

5.29

LONG DWIGHT & ANGELICA

1016.14

1.22

LONG DWIGHT C

1092.04

18.19

LONG LARRY & RITA

545.10

LONG LARRY D LONG WILMA SUE LUNSFORD MARY JANICE

5.22

74.98

2.00

565.34

3.50

219.07

1.00

LUPIN RAYMOND ALAN & PEARL S (MAIL RETURNED) MACWY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INC MANEY COURTNEY MANEY HELEN

184.00 610.88

2 LOTS

60.72

0.65

75.44

MANIOTES DONNA LYNNE MANTO WILLIAM

1.00

782.00 856.52 681.25

7.00,0.34

MARTIN DIANE ROGERS

383.18

6.23

MARTIN RONALD L & KATHY M MARTIN WILLIAM F & FRANCES B MASON WILLIAM G & SEABOLT SANDRA K MASON WILLIAM GEORGE MATHESON LEON MATHESON LEON & MARY MAXWELL DAVID L & TARYN M MCCLURE DARRYL KELLEY

385.94 284.28 96.14 551.08

1.00 1.47 0.83 5.76

163.76

1.00,1.70,1.29

1412.84

0.36

677.58 406.18

1.58,0.60 1.00

MCCLURE JANET NEMKOVICH

264.04

0.52

MCCLURE MICHAEL N

112.24

17.50

MCDONALD DANIEL T

1150.00

1.70

MIRANDI JOHN & TERESA & ISEIBORN DAVID & JAMIE MONTGOMERY JENNY KELLY TRUSTEE MOORE FRANK CHARLES JR MORGAN GLOVER P & OPAL T MUNSHI SAEED & HAFIZA

101.20

1.03

2120.60

3.22

431.48

1.00

7.91 1027.04

4.25 1.50

MYERS DANIEL J & DEE F TRUSTEE & OUZTS JAMIE E

188.60

2.83

NASCO DEAN P

241.82

2.00

NELSON CHARLES LEE

669.76

7.33

NELSON RUTH

217.12

2.70

NELSON RUTH NEWSOM

193.20

0.50

NICELY JAY TEE

422.28

11.40

NICELY JAY TEE JR

137.64

1.00

NICHOLS JOHNNY L & ELAINE C

268.64

0.26,0.56

NICHOLS JOHNNY L & ELAINE C

307.74

0.72,2.14

O BRYAN DAVID R & PAMELA P OAK FOREST ACRES LLC ODOM RICHARD W & HILDA K OUZTS JAMES PADGETT DAVID L PARKER PATRICIA YORK PARSONS DAVID L PATTERSON JOYCE S & RICKY PHILLIPS BETTY

3.91 618.70

4.22 0.88,12.75

404.80

1.40

97.06

LEASEHOLD

286.12

0.02

802.70

1.08

500.00

SHELTON CHARLES & DENISE

1.29

138.00

1.92

1.58

FERGUSON LARRY C & ELIZABETH H

920.00

1.52

321.08

1.30

FLORI ARLENE

276.00

0.82

SHELTON CYNTHIA ELAINE G

510.60

0.98

FOSTER CLAUDIA

SHERLIN EDDIE RAY

494.57

0.86,0.75

SHOOK JOSHUA ALLEN

67.62

SHOOK SANDRA L

2621.54

0.82

808.68

4.61,1.01

0.71

FRYS PETER B & ALAN

510.60

0.68

71.26

0.73

GANDON FERNANDO

483.00

0.57,0.97

SINK MELINDA

747.96

1.88,2.34

GANDON GEORGE & MELISSA

184.00

0.68

SISELY BILL & THERESA CALDWELL

357.88

1.02

GIANNUZZI EDWARD PROPERO

53.36

0.82

SMITH CARL B III & LINDA

219.88

0.50

GLASGOW HARRIS LOYD TRUSTEE

22.08

0.23

SMITH JEFFERY L & STEPHANIE A

149.04

1.50

GRAHAM JOE E

321.54

8.28,2.13

SMITH MICHAEL T & LISA M

318.25

0.92

GRAHAM JOE E

224.48

3.42,2.01

SMITH WALLACE A

854.96

18.00

GRANZIN NANCY (MAIL RETURNED)

165.14

0.74,0.25,1.62

69.00

0.62

HALL MARY ANN & ALVIN L

220.80

0.25

HILL RANDY L & BRENDA JO H

691.84

4.80

HOFFMAN RUBY

261.74

LEASEHOLD

HOLLADAY RICHARD C

120.63

0.65

HOLLIFIELD PHILLIP WINFORD ESTATE

434.24

2.56

SNOWDEN EDWARD ETALS

42.42

5.76

SNOWDEN EDWARD & SAM & STEVE

38.77

1.72,0.94,0.70

SNOWDEN EDWARD & SAM & STEVE

26.01

1.09,0.79

SNOWDEN SAMUEL & EDWARD

43.00

4.00

SNOWDEN SAMUEL ETALS

40.26

22.41

SNYDER SHERIDAN E

347.76

1.00

SOSEBEE JOYCE A PATTERSON

176.18

1.98,1.11

3.95

1.61

STEPHENS JOSEPH G

341.78

1.94,0.48,0.42

STEPHENS JOSEPH G

215.28

1.15,1.38,0.75

STEWART JIMMY C

226.78

STEWART JIMMY C

283.82

1.28 1.30,1.84

HOPF MICHAEL J SR & FRANCES

257.14

2.51,2.10

HOPF MICHAEL J SR & FRANCES C

247.02

4.00,1.07

9.71

INDYMAC INDX MTG

736.00

1 LOT

53.36

1.29

J J TIMBERLINE LLC (MAIL RETURNED)

417.22

0.50

6.20

0.95

JACOBSEN KIRK & JO ELLEN

1.75

0.80

STROUD LAWRENCE

292.56

1.00

JOHNSON PHILLIP C & KATHLEEN K

SWANSON BRAD

503.24

1.18

JONES CURTIS S & LINDA JEAN

SWANSON KENNETH E TRUSTEE

496.80

0.95,0.98,0.81

JONES RAY

SWANSON KENNETH E TRUSTEE

772.80

1.23,0.81,0.78

JONES RAYMOND & JUDITH

SWANSON KENNETH E TRUSTEE

530.84

1.05,0.82,0.87

KATZ MICHAEL S & SUSAN G

463.68

1.07,0.90

1414.50

4.67

KELLY MICHAEL J ETALS

548.32

0.58

SWANSON PAUL D & JOANNE R

621.15

11.03

KERR SANDRA H & MILLER H

517.04

3.09,5.44

SWANSON , PAUL D & KENNETH ETALS

152.07

10.00

KORDARES SAM J & ELAINE C

3.46

0.14

79.12

28.69

LAKE CHATUGE LLC

6.90

0.50

592.94

1.70

47.04

0.36

74.98

0.29,0.33

TAYLOR RITA S & LOWELL M

176.64

5.09

830.76

0.88

TEESATESKIE TED

311.42

0.76

LEA MADELYN ESTATE

350.52

2 LOTS,0.11

THOMPSON JARRETT WAYNE

STRICKLAND CHARLES R & LISA M

SWANSON KENNETH EARL & DENISE

SWISHER STEVEN & VALERIE SWISHER STEVEN LOWELL & VALERI TAYLOR M E & LINDA

327.06

1.13,9.51

1.05

TIGER JOE & JANE

45.60

0.23

LEDFORD RICKY GENE

67.30

0.50

TUCKER SCOTT D

90.16

1.74

LEDFORD ROBERT E & MARCELLA W

18.60

0.35

TURNER JAMES M & APRIL

301.76

1.32,1.00

599.38

0.50,0.20

UNKNOWN

148.20

0.84

MALONE JOHN & VICTORIA S

VARDO JEFFREY G & KATHLEEN A

593.86

3.11

MANN PATSY Y MRS BRUCE H

VOLK KAREN

523.48

1.49,2.64

WALDROP CHARLES DAVID & ZIMMERMAN LAURA WALDROP CHARLES DAVID & ZIMMERMAN LAURA

1.03,1.00,0.72

953.12

1.00,1.00

REKO TINA LYNNE

115.00

1.00

88.78

1.55

713.68

1 UNIT,0.63

0.25

859.74

0.80,0.80,0.80

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1406.22

1.32,1.14,1.19

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

547.40

0.68,0.67,0.68

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

703.80

0.78,0.89,0.89

800.86

0.88,1.99,1.18

72.22

1.06

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

566.72

0.77,0.79,0.66

WHITE MARLIN

180.78

LEASEHOLD

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1191.40

0.97,0.98,0.83

WHITE TIGHE K & LINDA

920.00

1.00,1.00

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1131.14

0.86,0.91,0.81

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

569.02

2.15,0.84,0.75

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1172.54

0.87,0.84,0.59

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

697.82

1.17,1.54,1.54

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1037.76

0.85,0.83,0.78

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

661.02

0.96,0.75,0.75

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1510.64

0.78,0.75,0.80

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

609.50

0.75,0.95,0.75

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1740.18

0.66,0.80,0.65

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

719.90

0.75,0.75,0.75

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1769.62

0.65,0.72,0.66

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

778.78

0.75,0.75,0.75

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1719.94

0.60,0.74,0.74

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

533.88

0.75,0.75,0.80

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

1106.76

0.56,24.28

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

636.18

1.45,0.75,0.75

MARTIN LEON & ROSALINA

116.38

LEASEHOLD

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

670.68

0.80,0.75,0.75

MASHBURN BRYAN

122.36

LEASEHOLD

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

590.64

0.76,0.49,1.08

MCCLURE TRACYE W

361.56

1.00

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

459.08

0.75,0.75

MCCONNELL RANDY J

493.58

0.55,0.15

WILD TIMBER GROUP LLC

238.74

0.93

MCMAHAN STAN & JANE

151.79 LEASEHOLD,0.97

WIMPEY FRANK ESTATE

873.08

5.25,12.25

WOOD JACK & DORA BELCHER

110.76

0.65,1.18

WOOD JACK & DORA BELCHER

146.74

1.57,1.35

WOODY PRESTON L & DEBORAH C

995.44

26.37,0.79

WORLEY BILLIE JEAN

55.20

1.00

MOORE GEORGE RUSSELL & ANNE F

YANDLE JOEL MACK

69.46

0.76

MOORE WILLIAM W & MOORE ROY H

ZIMMERMAN LAURA

690.00

1.00,1.00

ZIMMERMAN LAURA

184.00

1.00,1.00

WHITAKER DONALD

HIAWASSEE NAME

AMT

ACRE

ABDULLAH ISSAM N & CARMEN MORE & KARAM ERIC & KAREN ANDREWS J RICHARD & CATHERINE ANDREWS JAMES E & LINDA H ARTELLA INC BANE JAMES N III & MONICA H

460.00

1.49

1562.62

0.75

948.52 644.46 643.54

1.05,7.80,1.04 1.60 0.75,0.29

BECKER PATRICIA

69.00

0.37

BELL JODY & CHRISTY

54.74

0.93

BRADSHAW CLIFFORD B JR BRADSHAW CLIFFORD SR & JR

CALDWELL JERRY CANADA CELIA ELIZABETH CARIEN MARILYN M TRUSTEE CHASTAIN WENDI SHEA CLASSIC LIVING HOMES LLC

9.80 362.48

15.02 11.68

458.62

2.23

77.40

1 LOT

1371.26 100.74 1633.92

0.50 1.13 1.33

COOK THOMAS T & CAROLYN S (MAIL RETURNED) CULPEPPER EARLY DEWIT ESTATE

1072.16

1.06,1.53

92.00

LEASEHOLD

CURTIS JAMES E

296.59

1.76

CURTIS SUZANNE

115.00

0.54

DALLAS OTIS L SR & SHEILA B

220.80

0.10

DARLING DELBERT E & SHEILA M

146.28

0.49,0.62

DAVENPORT DAVID WM & MARY F DAVIS BOBBY J

715.26

12.86,2.34

426.88

1.97

ROGERS JAMES R JR & VICTORIA

743.36

0.85

DEZELL JAMES R TRUSTEE

5.05

0.76

DOCKERY CARL

DEERFIELD INN LLC DERNEHL SEAN

DOCKERY DORIS IRENE 0.51

4.56

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LLC

ROGERS GAIL P

445.36

MARICH DEVELOPMENT LL

2.30 553.84

1.77,1.58

RIVERWALK OF HAYESVILLE LLC

SANDERS CONNIE & TREVOR

LEE JEROME & ANN H

372.60

1.08

912.64

& SANDERS BENJAMIN TERRY TR

3.47,3.07

368.00

REESE FAMILY PROPERTIES INC

SAMUELS WILLIAM F

728.64

CONKLING NATHAN D

REESE FAMILY PROPERTIES INC

& SCOTT REBECCA TAYLOR

2.81

0.49

0.35

LAMBIE KAREN TAYLOR

333.96

1.26

340.48

1.20

149.96

631.12

REEDER RICK L & DEBRA G

1 LOT

LEDFORD QUENTIN E

1137.72

8.22

55.20 1046.04

LEDFORD JOHN O

0.54

2.00,0.50

0.37,0.33,1.19

0.63

354.66

642.62

0.65

195.50

1.55

COLLINS JOHNNY H & GREEN KEVIN

259.54

LAMAR R W & SHERRI T (MAIL RETURNED)

14.25

88.47

0.47

RAY DAVID E JR & JENNIFER L

HOOPER TOMMY & PATRICIA

164.54

360.18

RADOCAJ MIKE A & DEBRA A VOGEL

HOOD DONNIE R & LISA D

THOR ROBERT RICHARD

2.00

1.32,2.00

GREEN KEVIN

1398.08

ST AMAND KENNETH G & DOROTHY L

0.85,1.10

655.96

& MASCALI R0GER M & CAROL

FRAZER TIMOTHY M

441.14

1.00

ENTRUST OF TAMPA BAY LLC 276.00

524.40

0.41,0.58,0.19

RIVERWALK OF HAYESVILLE LLC

SERRA DOUGLAS A & DORA M

9A

ESTRADA CARLOS & ESTRELLA

BURCH LUCY W

184.00

RICHARDSON TROY & DAWN M

65.24,1.09

BROWN THOMAS

621.46

PULLMAN LLC

844.54

1.11

PINEDALE KNIGHT FAMILY LP

PRUDDEN MOORE DEVELOPMENT LLC

SCROGGS PATRICIA STAMEY

1.30

PIERCE LESLIE W & KATHLEEN

PREMIUM DEMOGRAPHICS LLC

2.96,9.80,3.04

10.39

1.66

POWELL BERIT & KOHLER LENA

8.83

2058.76

408.94 1129.76

POPE CHARLES J & ARLEENE

3851.92

SCHMIDT TONY J & DENISE C

1.15

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1.52 1.00,1.00,1.00

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DUVALL MICKEY N

218.96

2.41

25.02

0.52

3330.86

5.39

60.72

0.58

927.82

0.75,0.72,1.27

46.00

1 LOT

346.84 893.32

0.80 1.08,1.50

MEADOW RIDGE TOWNHOME 34.50

0.30,0.12

MILLS HAROLD D & REBECCA J

NEIGHB0RHOOD COMMITTEE

328.95

0.84

MOODY DANNY & AMY

711.48

0.71

46.00

0.10

544.07

0.25

& LOVE KEISTEN & MOORE ROBBIE MORALES MARIO & YRAIMA

13.89

0.47

MOUNTAIN LAKES PROPERTIES LLC

978.42

0.54,31.45

MOUNTAIN LAKES PROPERTIES LLC

1380.00

0.75,0.75,0.75

MOUNTAIN LAKES PROPERTIES LLC

920.00

0.75,0.76

NAMAIANDEH ALI & ANGELA SUE

276.00

1.06

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1058.00

0.88,1.09,0.92

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1035.00

1.17,1.83,1.51

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1035.00

2.08,3.51,2.02

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1035.00

1.34,1.74,2.28

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

864.80

0.51,1.57,1.03

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

529.462.29,0.77,ROADS

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

874.00

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1035.00

0.60,0.98,0.97 0.60,2.11,1.63

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1035.00

1.46,0.59,0.84

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1035.00

0.80,0.62,0.88

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

874.00

1.01,1.96,1.66

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

552.00

0.97,1.52,0.79

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1103.08

9.55,0.80,0.76

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

1035.00

1.54,0.97,0.83

NATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC

883.66

4.30,1.79,1.04

NOTLA LAND CO INC

920.00

1.29

OWEN GARY W & LYNN W

575.00

0.50

PADOLL GEORGE & PATRICIA

368.00

1.03

PARROTT LOIS LIFE ESTATE

368.92

3.67,4.89

PATTERSON EDWARD M & JUDY

662.40

2.04,27.36

PATTON JACK JR & LINDA

623.25

1.12

PHILLIPS DEBBIE ANN

667.00

5.10

PHILLIPS EFFIE & DAVID

30.36

LEASEHOLD

POLEN CECILY C

55.20

LEASEHOLD

RICHARDSON YVONNIE R & SHAW ANNETTE RIDGES EQUESTRIAN CENTER LLC ROBERTS WANDA A RODRIGUEZ RAYMOND & SHERRY A ROGERS RICKY

203.32

7.36

1199.22

10.00

91.54

0.93

788.08

1 LOT, 0.44

94.61

LEASEHOLD

ROSE DARRYL E & SUSAN R

2922.84

1.21

SCHULHOFER DANIEL SCOTT & STAC

1386.90

3.00


DELINQUENT TAX LISTINGS SHOOK KENNETH J

550.16

SIMS VINSON

1235.42

& MANEY RICKEY ETALS

1 LOT 1.17

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21.00

FIRES CREEK LAND CO LLC

771.42

3.21,2.10,6.25

500.94

1.00

FIRES CREEK LAND CO LLC

257.14

1.69

4.54

1.04

281.98

11.10

287.96

GILES VERLYN M & KATHRYN M

SMITH DAVID M & MELISSA K

345.00

2.03

STANTON ANGELA P

234.60

I LOT

1497.76

0.46

MANUS ROME FRANKLIN ESTATE

229.54

11.30

661.48

0.96

177.56

4.00

HORRY PROPERTIES LLC

173.42

1.57,2.07

130.18

1.07,1.41

STEPHENS THOMAS H JR & REID AN

& MANEY LAURA

HOLT PEGGY CORBITT & LYNDELL & CORBITT SEAN

20.70

0.49

MARTIN BILL & DENISE

STEWART JIM

560.74

13.85

MARTIN DELOURAS G

386.40

0.56

HORRY PROPERTIES LLC

STEWART JIMMY C

248.40

12.51

MARTUS JOHN F & BRENDA

268.18

2.00

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

2180.40 108.00,0.23,1.21

MCALLISTER TAMMY & LEIST MICHELLE

242.42

2.12

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

427.34 1.05,1.27,WELL LOT

MCCRAY LINDA JEAN

330.49

3.25

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

614.56

1.11,1.02,1.21

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

563.04

1.02,1.02,1.02

6.69

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

414.92

1.02,0.35,1.13

886.88

1.58,1.68,1.56

STEWART JEFFREY P & JENNIFER

STEWART JOHNNY & REBECCA & STEWART JIMMY STEWART JOHNNY H & REBECCA H

363.40

0.48

276.46

6.65,2.35

MCTAGGART BILLIE JO HARDESTY & McTAGGERT RONALD DEAN

STROUD MELVIN STEVE & STROUD WAYNE & HENRY SULT CHARLES E & LISA M

3.23

2.00

MILL CREEK ESTATES LLC

287.04

1.09,2.77

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

665.16

0.76,0.76

MILL CREEK ESTATES LLC

110.86

0.76,0.46

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

675.28

1.25,1.23,1.19

87.40

1.00

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

780.16

1.37,1.45,1.42

250.70

2.30

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

743.36

1.42,1.20,1.42

LEASEHOLD

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

632.96

1.11,1.11,1.22

610.88

1.20,1.06,1.06

MONEYMAKER JAMES W & RUTH M

SUTTON LANSING J & GORGIANA K (MAIL RETURNED) T & N PROPERTY INV LLC

297.62

21.62 2.59

0.26 1.30

MOOMJIAN WAYNE MOORE DWIGHT

246.10

THE RIDGES AT MT HARBOUR LLC

676.00

0.95,7.98

390.73

3.25,0.75

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

TIGER JOSEPH A

115.00

1 LOT

MOSS DAVID C & KAREN

73.60

1.12,1.12

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

227.24

1.23,2 LOTS

TOMS JOHN A II & JANICE M

132.67

1.14

MOSS FARRELL ESTATE

337.18

0.77

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

1.38

3 LOTS

TYSON CAROLYN JOYCE

138.00

0.78

MOSS JERRY LEE

137.54

1.00

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

1.38

3 LOTS

3.80

MOSS PERRY CLYDE

51.47

0.28

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

1.38

3 LOTS

1.38

3 LOTS

UPDIKE JEFFREY T & MICHELLE A

447.58

MOSS ANITA L

VALLEY VIEW VACATION PROPERTIE

1453.60

1.19,1.24,6.94

MOSS WADE JR

748.42

17.95

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

VALLEY VIEW VACATION PROPERTIE

1435.20

1.21,1.37,1.39

MWW HOLDINGS LLC

850.10

31.33,10.45

J D HARRISON INVESTMENTS LLC

VALLEY VIEW VACATION PROPERTIE

1435.20

1.34,1.19,1.43

NEFF RICHARD D

79.58

2.06

115.00

1 LOT

OWENBY J C & DELORES T

284.74

126.84

5.52

1.26

OWENBY JOEY & JANE

153.64

55.70

VAN DER MEER BOB VESPER GLENN & SUZANNE

205.62

2.23,2 LOTS

1020.63

12.14

LANCE DANNY W & TAMMY RENEE

123.70

2.00

LANCE KEITH ETALS

244.36

9.57

281.52

LEASEHOLD

KNOWLES RICHARD

WORLEY RUBY DEAN

369.81

1.75

PACE RICHARD A & MATTHEW A

36.80

0.59

LANCE KEITH

WORLEY TONY LEE & WENDY H

116.96

1.36

PARKER HAROLD & EVELYN

46.92

0.17

LANCE WILLIAM RAY

349.60

11.70

WRIGHT JIMMY P ETALS

202.40

2.63

PATTERSON DELLA MAE

396.98

1.08,3.67,1.00

LATTIMER MARK B & JENNIFER P

769.58

6.17,5.16

ZIMMERMAN FRANK

218.50

1.22

PATTERSON PAUL

104.88

LEASEHOLD

LEDBETTER SANDRA CRAWFORD

PATTERSON REX

585.58

1.00,9.74

SHOOTING CREEK NAME

AMT

ACRE

1.43

0.68

ALEXANDER YVONNE

1143.10

58.98,0.94

ALEXANDER YVONNE

895.62

3.19,4.13

ANDERSON ANNA DEAN

203.78

1.77

AILANT CHERYL L

ANDERSON JAMES

70.08

1.00

ANDERSON JOHN ESTATE

263.83

19.00

ANDERSON MICHA

184.00

1.09

ANDERSON ROBERT S & LYNN H

1169.32 10.00,1.13,3.95

ANDERSON ROBERT S & LYNN H

925.06 21.43,17.17,8.52

ANDERSON ROBERT S & LYNN H

230.00

11.26

3.38

19.85

ANDERSON WINDELL & PEGGY

865.26

1.02

BAR W CATTLE CO LLC

417.68

13.36

BLAYLOCK DEBBIE

214.42

1.32

78.66

0.98

BRYSON JIMMY & JOYCE

286.12

0.67

BURCH BOBBY & SHONIA

60.26

3.00

388.18

5.22,1.19

BURSLEY SCOTT & JACQUELYN

83.72

1.72

CARNEY TIMOTHY L & DONNA M

632.96

1.09

CHRISTIAN MICHAEL & KRISTA

784.76

8.00,7.86

CLEMENT ELIZABETH ANN

371.22

2.04

CORMACK WILLIAM P & BRENDA G

136.62

1.34

COWART ANNIE MAE ESTATE

241.04

3.00

DANIELSON BRUCE M & NILDA M

125.58

0.70

DARLING DELBERT E & SHEILA M

15.64

LEASEHOLD

DAVENPORT TARENA

65.78

1.25

DEA INC

387.78

2.35

DEMUTH TUCKER & LESLEY

151.48

1.52

DENTON GERALD & JENNIFER

188.60

LEASEHOLD

3.29

3.37

ANDERSON ROBERT S & LYNNE ETALS

BRADLEY MARY ANN

BURRELL EULENE

DEVRIES SUSAN EDDY ROY & ALMA TRUSTEES & EDDY LAWRENCE TRUSTEE

568.56

10.38,17.84

ESHELMAN EMORY E & AMANDA

228.08

2.27

FAIN INVESTMENTS ETALS

171.12

18.91

FEDERICI TRAY J & MAIKE H

140.30

1.25

FIELDS MARY ANN

351.44

2.00

12.95

6.57

GARRETT CAROLYN

170.90

1.50

GARRETT JOE & GLENDA

429.64

1.00

GARRISON JOHNNY W & MILDRED

381.80

38.00,0.91

GIANNUZZI EDWARD & MARY ADAMS

361.56

FITTS BRENDA & MILES A

GUFFEY KENNETH & RUTH ANN HANNA SCOTT HANNA SCOTT & JOSEPH MARK

PATTERSON REX & RUTH

254.84

228.62

1.00

2.91

330.74

3.46

PATTERSON ROBERT & POLLIE

238.83

PENLAND BRIAN SCOTT

361.10

0.75

MANEY CHARLES & LISA

540.04

0.75,1.05

PENLAND CLIFTON JR

162.38

0.40,6.00

MARTIN PAULA & STEVE

1535.94

4.69,2.03

PENLAND CLIFTON JR

471.96

0.50,19.50

PENLAND CLIFTON JR

1702.46

2.16,3.64

MATHESON AMOS LEON & MARY E

PENLAND CLIFTON JR

682.18

9.39,3.83

MATHESON GLENN

PETHEL BEVERLY R & JOHNNY

746.12

1.28

PINEDALE KNIGHT FAMILY LP

144.90

1.05

RANGEL JULIO C & MARIA M

662.40

9.57

MCCRAY WILLIAM & LARRY

READ JON W

360.49

1.73,1.57

REERS EVELYN HANNA

12.42

MARTIN ROBERT W & LEECY ESTATE

316.02

2.00

1854.26

50.44,1.05

44.16

1.00

MCCRAY MICHAEL S & PAMELA L

140.76

2.00

MCCRAY RALPH ALLEN & LINDA

143.98

1.20

314.64

0.94

320.65

2.05

& MCCRAY GILBERT

0.44

MCLAWHORN PATRICIA

REYNOLDS JERRY & SHARON

215.74

0.50

MCLEAN A F JR TRUSTEE

ROACH RUDY

566.26 10.74,1.22,0.25

MCLEAN A F JR TRUSTEE

229.54

0.73,1.50,3.50

MCLEAN A F JR TRUSTEE

169.74

1.09,1.00,1.01

ROACH RUDY JOHN ROGERS ELMO & BETTY

1050.21 57.51,0.60,1.05

1870.30

7.36,1.00,1.19

108.56

1.81

MCLEAN JO ANN & MCLEAN LANCE

254.84

1.01

661.02

10.03,1.60

74.98

2.00

ROUSHIA SCOTT J & JOYCE R

25.93

0.53

MOORE FREDERICK A & KIMBERLY K

SCHMIDT TONY J & DENISE C

163.30

1.98

MOSS WENDY MARIE WORLEY

907.12

48.33

SHEPHERD FARM LIMITED

495.42

4.17,3.34,1.94

MUSTO DEVELOPMENTS LLC

75.90

1.53

SHEPHERD FARM LMT PARTNERSHIP

455.86

1.75,1.54,1.00

MUSTO PAUL & ROSE ANNE

87.86

1.83

SHEPHERD LARRY D & GAYLA

656.88

1.84,0.20

NGUYEN BILLY

112.24

1.41

1171.79

3.85,4.78

NUNN DEVONA

245.18

0.99

61.18

0.88

PATTERSON ROBERT D & PEGGY J

485.76

3.00

PATTON JERRY

445.74

9.94

SHEPHERD FARM LIMITED

1807.34 77.82,3.23,3.31

SHEPHERD WILSON LEE JR TRUSTEE SHOOK CAROLYN SPIVEY DWAYNE & DEBORAH SUTTON ETALS SPIVEY MORRIS JR & LAURA D

MURRIES COUNTRY STORE LLC

72.86

3.80

PROTZ STEPHEN P & SUZANNE W

229.54

1.31

410.78

1.65

PV PARTNERS LP

126.96

3.24

498.64

1.57

ROBINSON CHRISTOPHER C

SPIVEY ROGER GLENN

186.80

LEASEHOLD

STEPHENS MARGARET

271.40

0.30

STEPHENS TAMMY

188.14

0.76

STEWART JIMMY C ETALS

306.82

5.00,5.11

SCOTT HUBERT D JR & LUCILLE D

STEWART JIMMY TRUSTEE

278.76

6.09,3.34

SHELDON STEVE S

STINESPRING WINFRED F JR ETALS STROUD CALVIN

137.08

35.78

& MILLS TARA ROBINSON JESSIE C & ESTHER

SILPANN HOLDINGS LLC

2.36

0.53

1928.32

2.07

301.76

1.00

2.45

5.54

SKY TRACE LLC

435.85

1.50,24.06

62.10

1.00

TAYLOR ELMER & BARBARA

158.79

1.43,1.87

STANHOPE KAREN FOUNTAIN

586.04

23.00

WEBB ANDREW

359.26

3.75

STEPHENS KENNETH SCOTT

154.56

1.03,1.04

WILT MICHELL

288.42

0.72

STEPHENS KENNETH SCOTT

WINGATE TODD C & TERI L

279.19

5.20

WOODY BARBARA ETALS

654.32

53.66,95.24

SWEETWATER ACRE

ACCUTECH INVESTMENTS INC

267.72

2.25,1.64,0.21

5.30

ACCUTECH INVESTMENTS INC

697.36

1.10,1.29,2.92

NAME

112.24

1.15

TELEKY PAUL JOSEPH

& MILLWOOD RICKY C

292.56

0.90

WELLS HARRY W

181.55

2.80

ZIMMERMAN JOHN A & EDITH JOAN

358.09

2.54,1.59

AMT

ACRE

TUSQUITTEE NAME

151.10

0.47

ACCUTECH INVESTMENTS INC

586.96

1.09,1.19,1.26

ABLES W MICHAEL & MARY ELLEN

358.80

2.48

1122.76

18.65

ACCUTECH INVESTMENTS INC

811.44

1.59,1.04,1.39

ALLISON WAYNE & DONALD

289.50

20.00

210.06

182.00

ACCUTECH INVESTMENTS INC

658.72

1.41,1.02

BECKMAN MARK P

59.80

1.50

BENTUCK LLC

89.70

1.79

138.00

1.10

HENDERSON CHARLES (MAIL RETURNED)

127.42

LEASEHOLD

HENDERSON EDWARD

336.72

1.00

HOGSED MAUDINE MRS ROBERT M

152.02

2.82

HOGSED TOMMY J

145.36

LEASEHOLD

HOLDEN JACK & MARTHA GAIL

167.90

0.85

ANDERSON WINDELL & PEGGY

691.84

17.42,6.08

BARNARD REX

252.54

1.77

COKER TAMMY CHEEKS

333.50

1.02

BIGHAM SUMMER E & RONALD

367.54

2.00

CREAMER BETTY JUNE

131.56

1.25,1.25

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN DEV

384.81

1.49

DARLING DELBERT & SHEILA

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN DEV INC

281.06

1.10,1.66,2.22

55.20

1.22

DIXON BONNIE JOHNSON

426.42

5.00

FAZZIO MARK

BOGER BRYAN

3.22

0.04

BOVA STEVEN C & ROBYN S

HOLLEY RAY H ESTATE

803.16

26.50

BROWN ROSS A & AMANDA J

HOLLINGSWORTH RICHARD & YVONNE

239.66

1.00

HORBELT BEVERLY A & WILLIAMS DAVID N

1188.64 1.00,12.24,12.24

LINKOUS FREDERICK M & TERESA A

6.10,2.62

AMT

HEBERGER EDWARD F & MANTO BILL

HOLLAND WILLIAM W JR & JUDITH

& KRITZER KIMBERLY L LEWIS VICKI MARTIN

230.00

4.75

DIX GORDON W

63.94

1.31

942.08

9.25,25.55

170.10

0.93

1112.74

0.52 2.11,2.80,5.23

91.39

2.50

GEFFON RANDY & MIRANDA

902.52

BURRELL KENNY LYNN & LOIS M

212.98

1.61

GOTTLIEB THOMAS M & MARJOLAINE

671.60

1.60

BYERS THOMAS RICHARD

488.06

0.72,0.70,0.27

GROVES GURLA ESTATE OF

173.42

34.00

CALIN VASILE ROMERO & LORENA

692.30

24.39

HAHM PROPERTIES LLC

365.70

19.89

844.10

1.12,2.12

HUFFMAN CHARLES N & NANCY A

212.78

1.00,1.41

CARIEN DAVID R

175.72

1.03,1.00,1.23

HARDEMAN RODNEY W

HYDE DAVID R & FARRELL STACEE

139.38

1.01

CARIEN DAVID R

174.80

1.23,1.00,1.00

HOLLAND W WAYNE JR & JUDITH B

JAKUBIUK JANEK

305.90

1.69,1.25

2006.06

45.85,13.93

81.88

2.17

KAERCHER NANCY R TRUSTEE

273.70

1.45

624.22

2.86

LAND CO OF CLAY LLC

423.66

4.56,1.26

192.74

1.33

LEDFORD DEBRA

507.84

35.80

368.00

2.05

4.48

2.14

JARVIS GAIL

CASTETTER CLAYTON ALAN CIFUENTES LORRAINE L & GONZALEZ MARIA

KING BRUCE &KING SHANE&MELINDA & KING ERIC & TONYA

CINTRON PETER A & TERESA G

HUGHES DONALD C & MARY KAY

315.56

8.00,0.24

KINSMAN JOHN B & TERESA R

294.40

1.00

COCHRAN MARGARET D

44.16

1.00

LEPORE PETER & IRENA

KITCHENS BOBBY K & BETTY

778.32

6.21

CURTIS JAMES EDWARD

54.28

0.87

LOCK JOHN E IV & MADELAINE M

KITCHENS KELVIN ETALS

340.86

4.90,2.00

DAVIS LAURA GERALDINE

711.16

2..59

LOVITZ IRENE H

KITCHENS KELVIN ETALS

194.59

4.70,7.28

DEAN LLC

241.04

1.04

KITCHENS PEARL MRS CLOE

216.66

1.00

5.32

0.94

DEMPSEY DAVID W & REBECCA

767.28

6.37

DENDY JUDY L

795.69

1.04,0.55,0.35

117.30

4.10

KWIATKOWSKI PATRICIA S

215.98

LAYTON DEBRA S & GUY KEITH LEDFORD CURTIS C & ROBERTA A LEDFORD KENNETH & ALAWAYNE

6.71 43.94

91.54

4.40

LUCAS DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING

699.20

1.19,1.00,1.02

4.50,4.02

LUCAS DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING

662.40

1.08,0.75,0.88

2732.86

1.19,1.09,1.19

LUCAS DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING

588.80

0.77,0.75,0.76

72.22

1.42

LUCAS DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING

662.40

0.76,0.78,0.77

DEPONTO CHRISTOPHER & TERESA

220.80

1.26

LUCAS DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING

526.24

2.12,1.76,0.78

DIMARTINO JOSEPH

455.40

1.64

LUCAS DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING

220.80

0.83

1.86

MCCRAY JOHNNY & RUBY

133.54

2.97

156.88

1.67

MOLINA WILLIAM & BEATRIZ E

368.00

1.59

1092.96

60.00

536.36

90.00

DUPREE VIVIAN HAMILTON

LEDFORD MARSHA & CHRISTINE & LEDFORD GEORGE & RONALD

DELTORO THOMAS & CYNTHIA L

148.12 1867.14

DYER LUCILLE

212.98

6.53

8.67

LEDFORD WILLIAM H & BETTY S

943.46

4.08,3.02

ERICKSON VIRGINIA

95.25

3.00

MOORE W P & H C

LESCALLEET TIMOTHY E & JANET E

276.00

1.76

EVANS GAIL ROACH

44.16

1.00

MOORE W P & J W SHEAR EST

1.84

0.04

FIRES CREEK LAND CO LLC

1285.16 27.91,19.40,3.51

N C ENTERPRISES INC

4.94

1.04

1.63

FIRES CREEK LAND CO LLC

1158.28

4.78,6.05,4.10

OLIVER JOHN A & E ANNE

3.29

1.09

261.56

1.10

630.66

30.76

LOFTIS ALLEN LOFTIS ALLEN & MELISSA A MACWY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INC MANEY JAMES ESTATE

104.42 184.00

3.10

FIRES CREEK LAND CO LLC

918.62

2.45,5.13,1.60

OWENBY LORETTA MCCLURE

FIRES CREEK LAND CO LLC

992.22

4.25,4.63,3.25

POPE WENDELL R & MARILYN P


DELINQUENT TAX LISTINGS Tributes

PRAGUE ADAM & KIMBERLY

258.98

9.98

PRITCHETT JAMES E JR & SHARON

710.16

1.31,1.08,2.00

RICE MARIE

164.22

LEASEHOLD

RICHARDSON TRACY & KAY

305.44

1.47

RIDGES & RIVERS LLC

727.36 4.32,1.03,27.55

RIDGES & RIVERS LLC

396.52

1.25,1.07,1.21

RIVKIND LESLIE ET UX

494.96

23.00

ROBINSON ERNEST G & MARIALANA ROBINSON ERNEST G & MARIALANA

471.96 3.91,3.90,11.83 1413.58

13.60,1.25

SCAVO ROSANNA

368.00

2.05

SCHMIDT TONY J & DENISE C

111.32

1.01

SEIDEN ANN

368.00

1.46

SNOWDEN EDWARD & SARAH

489.90

0.21,1.09,1.98

STAMEY PATRICIA S & SAM

45.08

42.43

STROUD LARRY & JUANITA

305.90

0.75

91.08

1.91

THOMPSON WILLIAM SCOTT & TERRI TIMBERWOLF ASSOCIATE

144.90

4.52

TIMBERWOLF ASSOCIATES

306.36

16.14

TOWNSON CHARLES RAY

340.86

1.20

TUSQUITTEE HIDEAWAY LLC

569.02

1.06,1.26,1.10

TUSQUITTEE HIDEAWAY LLC

655.04

1.09,1.13,1.20

TUSQUITTEE HIDEAWAY LLC

603.52

2.42,1.10

2587.96

5.01,54.85

WINN THOMAS G

53.36

1.65

WISE STEVE & JULIE

48.30

1.30

WOLFE JASON B (MAIL RETURNED)

96.60

1.51

579.60

1.15,1.15,1.15

540.95

1.15,1.00,1.02

167..44

1.02

44.16

1.00

VZ TOP LLC

WOODY PRESTON L & DEBORAH C & DAILEY ANNA JO WOODY PRESTON L & DEBORAH C & DAILEY ANNA JO WOODY PRESTON L & DEBORAH C & DAILEY ANNA JO WRIGHT ROBERT L & LUCILLE R

Area gains new family practice physician

Glendon P. Rougeou, MD

Area residents now have more options in choosing locally based health care with the recent addition of Glendon P. Rougeou, MD, to the staff of Murphy Group Practice. Dr. Rougeou, a Board Certified Family Medicine Practitioner, has extensive experience in outpatient family medicine, having spent the last two years of his residency in Urgent Care in addition to his post-residency experience in a private practice affiliated with Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in North Wilkesboro, NC. Dr. Rougeou received his undergraduate and Doctor of Medicine degrees from Louisiana State University in Shreveport, Louisiana. He completed both his internship and residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. Following his residency, he joined Wilkes Family Medicine in North Wilkesboro, NC. “Dr. Rougeou is a tremendous asset to both Murphy Medical Center and the community as a whole,” stated Mike Stevenson, CEO of Murphy Medical Center, which owns Murphy Group Practice. “This area needs more physicians, and we are very excited to have him join our facility.” “I am very pleased to be here,“ Dr. Rougeou said. “I have heard so many good things about the area, and look forward to meeting the members of my new community.” Dr. Rougeou’s office is located in the new Urgent Care Center / Mur-

Contributed Photo phy Group Practice facility located at 183 Ledford Street in the big log cabin on the corner of Highway 74 and Ledford Street, east of the intersection of Highways 74 and 64. Dr. Rougeou is currently accepting new patients of all ages, and may be reached at 828837-4712. About Murphy Medical Center: Murphy Medical Center is a nonprofit 57-bed hospital with a 24-hour Emergency Department and a 134bed long-term healthcare facility including a 14-bed Alzheimer’s Unit. It also operates Good Shepherd Home Health & Hospice Agency, MMC Urgent Care Center, Peachtree Rehabilitation and Athletic Center, Center for Women’s Health, and Murphy Group Practice.

Mary Sue Curtis Cox

Mary Sue "Suzy" Curtis Cox, 70, of Andrews, NC passed away Tuesday, March 16, 2010 in an Atlanta hospital' Suzy was a lifetime resident of Andrews. Her interests included traveling, her children, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren and all of her friends. She was of the Baptist Faith. Suzy was preceded in death by her mother Ruth Cole of Topton; a special Aunt, Billie Reighard of Andrew, NC., and her husband Gerald " Frog" Curtis of Andrews, NC. Suzy is survived by her husband, Jerry Cox of Andrews; two daughters, Shylon Curtis of Andrews and Daratha Curtis of Lexington, KY; a son Brian Curtis and wife Sandy of Warne, NC; one granddaughter, Shasta Martin and husband Jamie of Marble, NC; two grandsons, Cody White of Andrews and Dylan Curtis of Warne; three great-grandchildren, Amber Martin, Andrew Martin and Austin Martin of Marble, NC; and mother-in-law Virginia Cox of Andrews. A Memorial service was held Saturday, March 20, 2010 at 2 p.m. at the Andrews Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in the memory of Mary Sue Cox to the American Cancer Society c/o Hope Lodge, 1552 Shoup Court, Decatur, Ga 30030 1-404-327-9200.

Revival services in Andrews feature man

Revival Services with Dmitro Barishnikov at Cornerstone Community Church (Formerly First Assembly) 191 Robinson Road in Andrews, Sunday March 28th - 31st. Sunday morning at11:00am and Sunday night through Wednesday night at 7pm. Praise and worship and special music nightly. About Dmitro --Being a native of Lviv, Ukraine, Dmitro Barishnikov grew up in a time when his country was still under the Communist rule. After the fall of the iron curtain, missionaries from different parts of the world flooded the former republics of the Soviet Union, including Ukraine. When missionaries came in 1993, Dmitro heard the message of the gospel for the first time. Not long after this, he accepted Christ in a church organized by

Smoky Mountain Sentinel Wednesday , March 24, 2010

Martha Zelma George Curtis Robert John “Bill” Brown (Bob) Lambert Bowers

Martha Zelma “Bill” Brown, 94, of Warne died Saturday, March 20, 2010 at her residence. She was a native of Macon County, but had lived in Clay County since 1952. She was a homemaker and worked on the family farm. “Bill” was a member of the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church. She was the daughter of the late John Clingman and Sarah Huston Brown and wife of the late Medford W. Brown, who died March 26, 2007. She was also preceded in death by six brothers, Johnny, Harold, Paul, Elmer, Cecil, and Burco Brown. Surviving are a daughter, Betty Jo Redmond and husband Jim of Warne; a brother, James Brown and wife, Betty of Otto, NC; three grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; and two great great granddaughters. Funeral services were held at 2:00 PM Monday, March 22, 2010 in Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church with Revs. Herbert Henderson, Billy Stiles, and Jimmy Rogers officiated. Interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Jeffery Cheek, Kevin Brown, Dustin Craig, Jack Hogsed, Alex Comparoni, and Don Anderson. The family received friends from 12:00-1:45 Monday afternoon at the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church prior to the services. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made in memory of Martha Zelma “Bill” Brown to Mountain Home Nursing Service, P.O. Box 1306, Hayesville, NC 28904 or The American Heart Association, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, VA 23058-5216. Ivie Funeral Home, Hayesville in charge of all arrangements. An online guest register is available at “Obituaries” at www.iviefuneralhome.com American missionaries. At the time of his salvation experience, Dmitro was a student in the State University of Lviv, Ukraine, studying to be a civil engineer. But God had another plan. After Dmitro graduated from the University in 1994, God opened the door for him to come to the United States. It was the beginning of 1995 when he recognized that God called him to the ministry of evangelism. Being obedient to God’s call Dmitro began to preach the gospel wherever God was opening the door. For many years Dmitro and his wife traveled all over the world preaching the gospel. Currently he pastors the Destiny Christian Fellowship Church in Brevard. For more info call 321- 3777. www. cornerstoneandrews.org

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George Curtis Bowers, 81, of Hayesville, NC passed away on March 21, 2010, after a period of declining health. He was a native of Wilkes County, NC. He was a graduate of NC State University, and served in the United States Army. He resided in Clay County from 1958 until 1979 where he was the Assistant County Extension Agent. He was the County Extension Agent in Cherokee, NC from 1979 until retiring in 1986. He returned to Clay County in 1986 and served as a Sanitarian with the Clay County Health Department for four years. He was a member of the Clay Masonic Lodge #301 and the Hayesville First United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, William F. and Gussie Spicer Bowers, and two brothers, Ralph and Claude Bowers. Surviving are his wife of 50 years, Carolyn Long Bowers; two daughters, Emily Anne Bowers of Hayesville, NC, and Julie Nell Bowers of Weaverville, NC; a son, Curtis Freeland Bowers and wife, Jane, and granddaughter, Caroline, of Charlotte, NC; two sisters, Anna Lou Gambill of Winston Salem, NC and Pauline Wooten of Yadkinville, NC; two brothers, Walter and Edward Bowers, both of Hayesville, NC. Funeral Services were held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, March 23, in the Chapel of the Ivie Funeral Home in Hayesville, NC with Rev. Kirk Hatherly officiating. Interment was in Ledford’s Chapel United Methodist Cemetery with Masonic graveside rites. Masons served as pallbearers. The family received friends from 12 – 1:45 Tuesday afternoon at the funeral home prior to the services. Ivie Funeral Home, Hayesville, is in charge of all arrangements. An online register is available at “Obituaries” at www.iviefuneralhome.com.

Virginia Rose Helfen January 24, 1930 - March 19, 2010

Virginia Rose Helfen, age 80, of Hayesville, NC passed away Friday, March 19, 2010 in the Clay County Care Center. Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 PM Sunday, March 21, 2010 at the Townson Rose Funeral Home Chapel in Murphy, NC. The Rev. Aud Brown will officiate. The family will receive friends from 12 to 2 p.m. Sunday, March 21, 2010 at the Townson Rose Funeral Home. You can send tributes to the family at www.mem.com Townson-Rose Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Thank You

The family of U.E. Sampson wishes to express its appreciation to all friends who showed support during his sickness and death. The prayers, food, cards, calls, flowers, visits, gifts to Old Union Cemetery, and those willing to stand in line during visitation on Thursday night. The outpouring of your love and respect for him and his family will always be in our memories. We will never be able to let you know how much it means to us and made us feel his life had touched so many people. Again, thank you and may God Bless. In loving memory, Dorothy, Philip, Teresa, Brittany, Melvin, Claire, Chloe, Sydney

Robert John (Bob) Lambert, age 66 of Hiawassee, GA, GA, passed away at Chatuge Regional Nursing Home. Bob was born in Minneapoilis, Minnesota to the Late John and Barbara (MacFerran) Lambert. He had lived Hayesville and Hiawassee since moving to this area in 1989, and had worked as a car salesman at Jacky Jones C.D.J in Hayesville. He was a member of Hiawassee United Methodist Church, and the Christian Motorcyclist Assoc. Bob was very instrumental in organizing the Youth Group at Hiawassee United Methodist Church, and had a great passion for the youth. He also was instrumental in starting the Jail Ministry in Towns, Clay and Union Counties. Survivors include: wife, Irene Kirchner-Lambert of Hiawassee, GA; children, Krissi & Rew Palmer of Beacon, NY, Bobby & Beth Lambert of Franklin, TN, Jon Lambert of Denver, Co, Matt Lambert of Raleigh, NC, and Nikki Lambert of Murphy, NC; sister, Laurie Lambert of Providence, RI; granddaughters, Olivia Grace Lambert, Eliza Beth Lambert. A celebration of life service will be held Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the Hiawassee United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jim Blair officiating. The family will receive friends following the service in the Church Fellowship Hall. The family request in lieu of flowers, if your heart leads, memorial donations be made to Hiawassee United Methodist Church Youth Fund, c/o Hiawassee United Methodist Church, Pastor Jim Blair, 1139 US Highway # 76, Hiawassee, GA 30546. The Cochran Funeral Home of Hiawassee, GA in charge of arrangements. You may send condolences to the family and sign the guest register at www.cochranfuneralhome.com.

Louis H. Rosenkranz Louis H. Rosenkranz, 67, died

Friday, March 19, 2010 in an Union County, GA hospital. Louis had lived most of his life in Clay County and was a retired long haul truck driver. He was a member of the Hayesville First United Methodist Church. His hobbies included hunting and fishing. Surviving are four children, Lisa Suzanne Rosenkranz of Albemarle, NC, Chris T. Rosenkranz and Gregory Stewart Rosenkranz both of Statesville, NC, and Nanci Rosenkranz of West Hartford, CT; his mother, Mary E. Drye Rosenkranz Stewart of Hayesville; a sister, Fredrica Segars of San Antonio, TX; a brother, John Rosenkranz of Monroe, GA; and four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A memorial service was held at 3:00 PM Sunday, March 21 in the Chapel of Ivie Funeral Home, Hayesville with the Revs. Jimmy Rogers and Jackie Sellers officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made in memory of Louis H. Rosenkranz to the American Cancer Society, Hayesville Chapter, 120 Executive Park, Building 1, Asheville, NC 28801. Ivie Funeral Home, Hayesville in charge of all arrangements. An online guest register is available at “Obituaries” at www.iviefuneralhome.com


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Smoky Mountain Sentinel Wednesday , March 24, 2010

Irish Festivities

By: Claudia Kennedy Contributing Writer In a town with a name like Murphy full of those descended from the Irish who immigrated and settled in these Appalachian mountain, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d expect to find a heck of a celebration on March 17th. And youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d not be disappointed if you were friends with Dr. Brian Mitchell and his friend, George Heilner a local resident and Psychologist with Meridian. The whole thing started when Dr. Brian, who hails from Boston, came to Murphy in the mid-seventies to open a medical practice. Dr, Brian missed the wearing of the green on March seventeen and wanted to continue his celebration of St. Pactrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day in his new hometown of Murphy. Dr, Brianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father had owned a pub in Boston, and, somewhat to be expected, he tended bar during medical school. Newly transplanted and missing the celebration he had known back in Boston, he, George, and ten others decided to give Boston a run for its money.

In the beginning, the celebration took place at what was then the Oak Barrel, moving later to a real estate office, then on to the Cherokee Hills Golf Course, and for several years now the L&N train station. Some Murphy residents may remember the parade of a few years ago. This past celebration was complete with Clogging, jigging, singing, joke -telling and a Pot Luck Dinner. On the long tables, a hefty amount of corned beef, cabbage and brown breadâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;along with what could only be called American snacksâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; was provided by the folks who came to help Brian and George turn the L&N train depot into a little bit of the Emerald Isle. Inspired by the Irish tradition of Ceilidh, (Gaelic for a family celebration), the growing group of friends have what created the same atmosphere youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d find in a pub in Ireland. Young and old alike danced, ate and drank and sang. And, just like in Ireland, every shade of green could be found on the party goersâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;as well as whimsical head gear and Irish plaid. A delightful group of young peo-

ple on break from N. C. State line danced to a Alan Jackson song, the Morris dancers from Brasstown again amazed the folks with their sticks and choreographed routine, the Julie Schreibner and her group, The Garland dancers, in their beautiful costumes, delighted the audience of friends seated against the walls of the old depot, Take Me back To Muhlenberg County, sung by Bob Lekites, had the audience singing along, LeKites wife, Sue had just done a hilarious bit of a tongue twister taught to her as a child by a favorite uncle. Ben Kennedy, in a fisherman sweater and Irish cap treated the audience to Irish humor and traditional Mountains of Morn, Jo Kilmer clogged to the clapping audience, Dekota and Brian thrilled the everyone by dancing a jig. In short, it was an amazing celebration. One guaranteed to give Dr. Brian a de je vu of the good old days in Boston, and the others with Irish names, and those who are Irish for one day, a feeling that they were back home in Ireland.

Chastain joins SABA

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Brandon Chastain stands with the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew on left with Joanna , Dylan and Eddie on right.

Hayesville High School senior, Brandon Chastain, joins Southern Appalachian Bicycle Association (SABA) members Joanna Atkisson, Eddie Sylvester, Dylan Turner along with individuals from six southeastern states at the Nantahala Outdoor Center and Tsali Recreation Area on Saturday, March 20th, for a weekend of learning, digging in the dirt and mountain bike rides. Over 100 people attended the weekend event to learn about trail advocacy and trail building from the southeasts most experienced advocates and the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew. The IMBA-SORBA Regional Leadership Advisory Committee, Board of Directors, staff and Trail Crew met for a Spring Conference, while using this time to put their trail building know-how to work with a hands-on workshop at the Tsali trail system. Brandon plans to assist SABA members by using his recently acquired trail building and maintenance knowledge at the Jackrabbit Mountain Bike and Hiking Trails.

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