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Resignations in Red Boiling Springs PDF Print E-mail
Friday, April 18, 2008
The resignations of two Red Boiling Springs officials were announced last Thursday, April 10 at the regular city council meeting. City Judge Tim Roark stated, in the letter he gave to Mayor Kenneth Hollis on April 10,  that he was resigning due to the increasing case load.
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Dallas Named New Director of Macon County Senior Center PDF Print E-mail
Friday, April 18, 2008

Jamie DallasA true daughter of Macon County, Jamie Dallas is very happy to be back home. Dallas, one of the last babies to actually be born at Macon County General, started work in her new position as director of the Senior Center of Macon County on Monday, April 14.

“When I was a little girl, I promised I’d never come back here to this little place,” said Jamie Dallas, who graduated high school in Tacoma, Washington.

Every three years, Jamie’s parents – Carol and James Jenkins – brought their family home to visit grandparents Truman and Mae Shaw, and Uncle Jimmy Shaw.

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Lawsuit Filed Against RBS Police PDF Print E-mail
Friday, April 18, 2008
Heather Ashley Tuck and David Alan McCarter, who were stabbed by Tuck’s ex-husband Tommy Nelson Tuck at her residence in July of 2007, filed a civil action suit against the City of Red Boiling Springs, the Red Boiling Springs Police Department and Red Boiling Springs Police Chief Terry Tuck on Monday, April 14.
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Free Health Care May 3rd & 4th PDF Print E-mail
Monday, April 7, 2008
Free Health Care May 3rd & 4th
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Lieutenant Bryon Satterfield Terminated from LPD PDF Print E-mail
Monday, April 7, 2008

Regretfully, the Lafayette city council decided to terminate Lieutenant Bryon Satterfield from the police department at their regular meeting on April 1, 2008. Satterfield, who served on the Lafayette Police Department since 1990, was let go at the recommendation of Police Chief Jerry Dallas, due to permanent medical restrictions stemming from two traffic accidents that Satterfield was involved in while on duty.

The first accident occurred in December, 2006 while Lt. Satterfield was blocking traffic during the Christmas parade. A drunk driver was able to get through the traffic barricade and hit Satterfield’s parked patrol car – which the lieutenant was sitting in – head on.

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