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14 Years as Deputy Register speaks for itself in EXPERIENCE and KNOWLEDGE of the job.

MORNING FAX

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VOTE CHERYL INGRAM

Today's News...This Morning

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Monday - July 12, 2010

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LOCAL & AREA NEWS

  • GOOD SAMARITAN DIES IN TRAFFIC CRASH

A wreck just before daybreak Friday morning led to the tragic death of a Decatur woman, 25-year-old Jennifer Michelle Finnell. It hap- pened in the westbound lanes of Highway 30, just west of Athens. A driver lost control of her vehicle when it ran off the left shoulder, she over corrected and the vehicle rolled, coming to rest on its top, in the highway. The driver was a 30-year-old woman from Decatur, Jeremy Skidmore. She was taken to Erlanger. Moments after that wreck occured, Finnell stopped to offer aid to Skidmore who was trapped inside her car, just as rescue personel arrived. The state patrol says another car drove past the accident scene at a high rate of speed and hit Finnell, killing her. That car then rolled down an embankment and into some trees. The driver of the car that hit Finnell was Caleb Rice of Riceville. He was taken to Athens Regional Medical Center, treated and released. A passenger in his car, George Hastings of Harriman, was injured and was flown to Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga. Jennifer Finnell was the niece of Meigs County Emer- gency Services Director, Tony Finnell. Obituary information for Jen- nifer Finnell is on page 2. The Tennessee Highway Patrol says its investigation of the accident is continuing.

CHRIST'S

LEGACY ACADEMY

Public Meeting / New Registration

July 22 5-7pm E.G. Fisher Library Call 423.649.0040

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ELECT

NATIONAL & WORLD NEWS

  • Oil was spewing largely unchecked into the Gulf of Mexico as

BP crews claimed progress Sunday in the first stages of replacing a leaky cap with a new containment system they hope will finally catch all the crude from the busted well.

  • White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs admitted that the

Democrats could likely lose control of the House in November. Gibbs statement is likely a jolt to rally Democratic voters with the specter of GOP lawmakers rolling back many of Obama's policies.

  • The teenage “Barefoot Bandit”, Colton Harris-Moore, who al-

legedly stole cars, boats and airplanes to dodge U.S. law enforce- ment was nabbed in the Bahamas yesterday as he tried to make a water escape. He was then brought handcuffed — and shoeless — to the capital to face justice, abruptly ending a 2-year life on the lam.

  • Artifacts of a battle between a Native American tribe and En-

glish settlers have sat for years below manicured lawns and children’s swing sets in a Connecticut neighborhood. A project to map the battlefields of the Pequot War is bringing those musket balls, gunflints and arrowheads into the sunlight for the first time in centuries.

  • Andres Iniesta scored late in extra time, lifting Spain to a 1-0

victory over the Netherlands for its first World Cup title.

JOE GUY SHERIFF

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Breakfast - 2 sausage biscuits for $2.00. Lunch - Burger & fries, $4.99; Loaded Grilled Chese & fries, $4.99; Hamburger Steak, choice of potato & Texas Toast, $4.99. Now offering after-hour private parties. Call today !

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Riddle & Wallace Soda Shop & Lunch Box , 8 E. Washington,

Call for lunch special - 423-453-5755; fax 423-453-5757.

Catfish Nuggets

and French Fries, $4.99. Country Ham with Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, and Veggies, $5.99. Open now 8am-4pm, M-F; 8am-2pm on Saturday.

BOjangles Famous Chicken & Biscuits-S. Congress Parkway (744-

5292) July Specials: Any Chicken Biscuit 2/$4. 5 Meals for $5 each: 3 Wing Combo; Supreme Combo; Any Chicken Sandwich Combo; 2 pc. Leg & Thigh Combo; any Salad & Small Drink. Chicken Tender Supreme Tailgate, $16.99.

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