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Jerry Ottinger Retires After 47 Years At Greeneville Sun

Published: 11:28 PM, 12/23/2010


Following 47 years of printing The Greeneville Sun, Jerry Ottinger retired from the daily newspaper on Dec. 23, 2010. Dozens of Sun employees gathered to watch the press room supervisor turn the dials to begin his final press run. Video by Brian Cutshall.


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