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BRADEN MEMORIAL FUND
  The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is proud of its staff, officers, and volunteers. Mike Braden was one of those dedicated TWRA volunteers.
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PROPERTY TAX NOTICE TAKING ON A NEW LOOK
  Perry County Trustee George Duncan announces a big change in property tax notices this year: instead of the usual post card format, the notices will be printed on both sides of an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of paper, come to your mailbox in an envelope, and contain much more information.
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COMMISSION REDUCED COUNTY LONG-TERM DEBT
  During a two-hour meeting last Monday evening—the final session of their terms in office for County Mayor John Carroll and five members—the Perry County Commission took care of a busy agenda and wrapped up lingering business, including the pay off of one substantial, long-term county debt obligation.
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'BOOKS FROM BIRTH' BUS TOUR TO MAKE STOP AT LOBELVILLE
  The Governor’s Books from Birth Foundation (GBBF) will launch its “Books from Birth 10th Anniversary Tour” on August 26 in Johnson County—with a stop next month in Perry County—and conclude at the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville on September 30, visiting some 50 counties across the state in a forty-five foot decorated touring coach.
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VIKINGS FELL IN SEASON OPENER
VIKINGS FELL IN SEASON OPENER
  The Perry County Vikings opened their 2014 football season on the road, traveling to Scotts Hill last Friday night to face the Liions.
  Despite their scor-ing efforts, the Lions dominated on offense and won the game, 39-12.For PCHS:
--total offense, 48 plays for 72 yards;
--rushing, 40 for 57 yards: Dalton Forrester, 24 carries/52 yards, one touchdown; Zach Pepin, 7 carries/8 yards; Bailey Freeman, 5 carries/1 yard; Randall Scott, 85 yard kickoff return, touchdown.
--passing, quar-terback Justus York was 3/8 for 15 yards and one interception.
--receiving, Bailey Freeman, 1 catch/5 yards; Jaden McKinley, 2 catches/10 yards.
The Vikings suf-fered 5 turnovers and 6 penalties.
For Scotts Hill:
--total offense, 37 plays, 172 yards;
--rushing, 29 carries, 147 yards;
--passing, 3/8 for 25 yards;
--turnovers, 2; pen-alties, 9.
  The Vikings will play their first home game of the season this Friday, August 29, when they host the Waverly Tigers.

 

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