Staff of the Greene County Circuit Court Clerk's office took these images and video of water damage discovered at a county records storage facility on W. Depot Street in downtown Greeneville On Oct. 8, 2012. Records were sent to a Michigan company for "freeze drying" and attempted restoration. Video edited by GreenevilleSun.com.
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Drinking Water Distribution On Wednesday October 29th, the Greene County Emergency
Management Agency began distributing free drinking water to county residents whose water wells have
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Greeneville's Allen Johnson, National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) champion, was honored in a reception hosted by the Greene County Partnership at the General Morgan Inn on Nov. 27, 2012. GCP President Tom Ferguson said the event honored "Allen and his r...(more)
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