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April 23, 2014

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11 Arrested In 2 Investigations:
1 Drug-Related, 1 Burglary

12:24 PM, 04/22/2014
By Ken Little
Staff Writer

Eleven people were arrested between Saturday morning and Monday afternoon in two unrelated cases: one involving the designer drug “bath salts,” the other involving  a residential burglary.

Charged in connection with “bath salts” are Michael Buchanan Jr., Eric Hinkle, Ricky Tarleton, Tosha Franklin, Sharon Dale, Brett Garland and Crystal McInturff.

All the defendants but Buchanan were picked up at a house at 475 Mud Hollow Road, deputies said.
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Debt Questions Still Loom
Sun Photo by O.J. Early

Raymond James & Associates Managing Director Rick Dulaney advises the Greene County Commission concerning bond re-funding on Monday. Pictured, from left to right, are Dulaney, County Attorney Roger Woolsey and County Budget Director Mary Shelton.

The Tennessee Office of State and Local Finance shared a cautionary tale with the Greene County Commission as the local legislative body considered on Monday another revision to the county's general obligation debt.

The commission voted, by a bare 11-8 majority, to re-fund up to $2.4 million of the county's debt. Commissioners Jimmy Sams and Phil King were absent.

The re-funding includes a restructuring of the debt, evening out higher payments that resulted from the county's having refinanced last year in order to delay a significant portion of this year's payment.
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Springtime Blooms Downtown
Spring is in bloom in downtown Greeneville. The irises were spotted at the Greeneville Post Office on West Summer Street, while the Easter Cross and flowers (bottom photo) were photographed at Christ United Methodist Church on Main Street. Photos special to by Nata Jackson.

About 400 people attended the annual Easter Egg Hunt, hosted by the three local Food City stores, at Hardin Park in Greeneville on Saturday.

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We would like to tell you a story about a sweet dog named Brownie! When Brownie came to the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society in August 2013, she was with another dog named Pokey.  More ››
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