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Local News

Winner Waynesboro-Tennessee Downtown $100.00 Give-Away
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Opinion

SUNRISE Sharing
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Business

Clifton Chamber In Search For New Logo Design
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New CEO At Wayne Medical Ctr.
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Unemployment Rate Drops In August
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Top Stories

Co. Commission Approves Budget, No Tax Increase

On Monday, September 22, 2014 the County Commission met for the first time since the election and County Executive, Jason Rich welcomed all the new members aboard. After the prayer offered by Commissioner Brent Gobbell and the pledge of allegiance, a roll call showed all 14 commissioners present.

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Emergency 911 Expands Services
The 9-1-1 building on Andrew Jackson Drive is partially underground and built to withstand severe weather. Improved services are now available to the residents of Wayne County.
Emergency 911 Expands Services
Emergency 911 Director, Jimmy Turnbow announced this week the availability of Smart911, a free service now available in Wayne County that allows citizens to create a Safety Profile for their household that includes any information they want 9-1-1 to have in the event of an emergency.
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H'coming Events Friday Both WCHS And CHS
WCHS Homecoming Court
H'coming Events Friday Both WCHS And CHS
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TVEC Announces Power Outage October 11th

Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative will have a scheduled power outage beginning at midnight Saturday, October 11th, 2014 for approximately 3 hours.

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Community News

Butch Kephart Is Candidate C'wood City Commissioner
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Heritage Festival Set Oct. 10-11 In Hohenwald
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Living Well With Chronic Conditions
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SCHRA To Accept Applications Low Income Energy Assistance Pgrm.
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