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Randall Griner of Fayetteville Public Utilities Gas Department was among those newly installed for the 2014-2015 Tennessee Gas Association Board of Directors. TGA is a natural gas state association with just under 400 members comprised of municipal gas systems, utility districts, gas authorities, private and public gas companies, pipelines, gas marketers, affiliated members and housing authorities, representing approximately 10,000 Tennessee employees serving the natural gas industry with over 1.2 million
Blair and Mitzi Fawley, owners of Garage Doorman, cut the ribbon at their new business. Members of the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce, business leaders and friends join in the celebration. The business is located at 2718-A Huntsville Highway.
The 2014 Milan No-Till Crop Production Field Day, a University of Tennessee event that draws several thousand participants, is Thursday, July 24, at the UT AgResearch and Education Center at Milan. Registration begins at 6 a.m., with the first tours leaving at 7 a.m. A total of 16 tours are on the agenda. In addition to information on the no-till production of corn, cotton and soybeans, presenters from throughout the
Fayetteville Public Utilities will hold a ribeye sandwich sale on Tuesday, Aug. 5, from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at their main office located at 408 West College Street. Tickets are $5 per sandwich. Tickets are available at the FPU office and must be purchased in advance. Please present your ticket at the time of pick up. Proceeds benefit the Lincoln County Heart Walk and American Heart Association.
In the aftermath of the EF3 tornadoes that destroyed or damaged over 200 homes, including South Lincoln School, State Rep. Pat Marsh recognized the technology available at the state and local levels to assist the recovery effort. Marsh knew the importance of aerial photography and coordinated the resources of the Aerial Surveys Division of the Tennessee Department of Transportation and Tennessee Emergency Management Association with the Lincoln County EMA and
LAURIE PEARSON staff writer Walk by Karma Bakeria at 117 Main Avenue North at just the right time, and the aroma of freshly roasted, organic coffee wafting through the air is intoxicating. Ed and Brenda Lavieri, owners of the family-owned business, are members of the Specialty Coffee Association of America and Roasters Guild. They are dedicated to the craft of roasting small batches of quality coffee beans and promoting the
William B. Marsh, chairman and chief executive officer of First Commerce Bank in Lewisburg, was installed as chairman of the Tennessee Bankers Association during ceremonies at the closing banquet of the organization’s 124th Annual Meeting. Almost 600 members of the financial services industry and related businesses attended the convention. Marsh accepted the chairman’s gavel from Jeff Agee, president and CEO of First Citizens National Bank, Dyersburg, who served as TBA