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BATES PLED GUILTY, 20 YEAR SENTENCE
BATES PLED GUILTY, 20 YEAR SENTENCE
  Michael David Bates, of Lobelville, pled guilty in court last week to nineteen charges and received a twenty-year prison sentence.
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HIGHWAY 13 PROJECT ON STATE'S DELAYED LIST
  Depending on how you look at it, a backlog of highway construction projects—and a lack of funding to complete those projects—are reality. 
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DOLLAR GENERAL RELOCATES TO NEW STORE IN LOBELVILLE
  Dollar General continues to make shopping easier and more convenient for customers in Lobelville with the grand opening its new store at 135 North Main Street this Saturday, March 28, beginning at 8:00 a.m.
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SCD FREE TREES AVAILABLE FRIDAY
  The Perry County Soil Conservation District will be giving away free trees again this year. Species will be Sawtooth Oak, Cherry Bark Oak, Bald Cypress, and Loblolly Pine.
  The District will also offer mative Pecan Trees for sale at $1 each.
  The trees will be at Skelton Feed & Seed, this Friday, March 27, 2015, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., on a first come-first served basis.
  For more information, contact the Perry County SCD office at 931-589-2615 or District Technician Chad Cothran at 931-306-8626 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
  The Conservation District Office is located in the complex with Dr. King’s Optometry, next door to KM Market, at 316 West Main Street, Linden.


 
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3RD ANNUAL TURKEY TRACKS
By KRIS SPAID
  Turkey Tracks (Eric Corey) Foundation, Perry County Chapter, is hosting the third annual hunt for handicapped and chronically ill youth, men and women.
  Applications are now available for the April 17-18 hunt, held in Perry County, to any youth or adult who has limited physical abilities, visual challenges, or limited mobility. We can provide adaptive hunting accessories to assist these challenges.
   Turkey Tracks Foundation is a non-profit organization funded by the generosity of others—whether that is a donation of your time and hunting experience to serve as a guide, a donation of your land to allow hunters to enter, or a donation of money to help house and feed the hunters for a weekend.
  At last year’s Turkey Tracks Perry County Hunt we were proud and humbled to host ten (eight men, two women) Wounded Warriors and five (three men, one woman, and one male juvenile) non-military participants.
  Please contact Dave or Kris Spaid at 589-9618, or visit the website at turkeytracks.org for more information about the organization, the founders of the organization, and ways to assist with making this hunt possible.

 
 

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