Smith, Henry Jr. (Pikeville)

Monday, February 25, 2013

Henry Smith Jr., 71, of Pikeville, TN, died on Thursday, February 21, 2013.

He was born on September 2, 1941 in Tennille, GA and loved playing guitar. He was an electrician.

A service was held Sunday at Pikeville Funeral Home, who had charge of the arrangements.


Pope, Connie (Trion)

Connie Pope, 68, of Trion, Georgia, died on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at the Redmond Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Pope was born Jan. 4, 1946, in Trion, Ga., daughter of the late Harbin Edwards and Annie Mae Clark. She was a member of the Spring Creek Baptist Church, and prior to her retirement, she was employed with Mount Vernon Mills. In addition to her parents, she was preceded ... (click for more)

Howell, Ruth Waits Ponder (Lyerly)

Ruth Waits Ponder Howell, 93, of Lyerly, GA, passed away Sunday, August 24, 2014, in the local rest home.  Born in Polk County, GA on September 25, 1920, she was a daughter of the late George Stanley and Effie Coker Waits. Mrs. Howell was a member of Perennial Springs Baptist Church, and was retired from the sample department of the former Bigelow-Sanford Rug Mill.  ... (click for more)

Daniel Lynn Eiler

Daniel Lynn Eiler, 30, of Ringgold, died on Monday, August 25, 2014.  He was a graduate of East Ridge High School and attended UTC where he played in the band. He grew up in South Seminole Baptist Church and accepted the call to ministry while a member of the youth group. He served in the youth ministries at South Seminole Baptist Church, Church at Catoosa, Life Gate Church, ... (click for more)

George H.C. "Butch" Reynolds

George H.C. “Butch” Reynolds, 71, of Harrison, died on Sunday, August 24, 2014. A lifelong resident of the Chattanooga area, he was retired from AT&T and was a member of the St. John United Methodist Church. He was a member of an antique car club and loved driving and showing his red 1934 Chevrolet Coup. He was the son of the late George Howard Reynolds and Dorothy Carr. ... (click for more)

City, County Pull The Plug On Downtown Shooting Range

City and county officials have decided to keep the police firing range at Moccasin Bend rather than building an expensive new indoor facility at the former Farmers Market property. County Mayor Jim Coppinger said Sheriff Jim Hammond and new Police Chief Fred Fletcher met recently and decided to "pull the plug" on the project. He said officers felt that the Moccasin Bend range ... (click for more)

Reception Honors County's 2nd-Longest Serving Employee

General Sessions Court Judge Clarence Shattuck, at a County Courthouse reception, asked anyone who was working at the courthouse in 1966 to raise their hand. Only Circuit Court Clerk Paula Thompson was able to do so. Judge Shattuck said he believes only Edna Camp of the Criminal Court clerk's office, has been at the courthouse longer. Ms. Thompson did not seek re-election, ... (click for more)