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Thanks to DREMC Linemen

Posted on April 16, 2015 at 10:42 am

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation linemen are all smiles after setting a new pole at a farm in Decherd. They are, from left, David Ladner, Charlie Jacks and Bryan Burton. Each district office held an internal Lineman Appreciation Day breakfast or lunch recently in observance of Lineman Appreciation Day. DREMC requests that its members please take a moment to thank a lineman and use the #ThankaLinemanTN internet site to show

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  • ‘Sanctified’ offers business diversity on Square

    Posted on April 10, 2015 at 5:00 am

    STAFF WRITER courtney stachel   Winchester’s Square has been a stellar business attraction, and offers more than the average consumer might realize. In addition to boutiques, restaurants and furniture outlets, it has “Sanctified.” Sanctified is a Christian store located on the Historic Winchester Square at 106 1st Ave. S.E. The shop specializes in gift ideas, testimonial pieces, Bibles, personalized paintings and much more. Owner Andrew Smith said being on the

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  • Reggie’s Fish & Chicken

    Posted on April 3, 2015 at 5:00 am

    When Reggie McDonald located his restaurant on the historic Winchester Square six years ago, little did he realize what a great business opportunity was about to unfold. McDonald, owner of Reggie’s Fish & Chicken, opened his restaurant in August 2008 at 11 S. College St. He said this past week that he couldn’t imagine having his restaurant anywhere else but the Square. “The revitalization that Winchester has done is amazing

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  • Franklin County young leaders attend conference

    Posted on March 31, 2015 at 9:26 am

    A group of outstanding local folks recently had a chance to attend a conference to learn about current rural issues. The Tennessee Council of Cooperatives (TCC) co-sponsors an annual conference with Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation’s Young Farmers and Ranchers organization. Young leaders elected to represent Franklin County at the conference were Kary Robinson, Tracy Robinson, and Jared and Holly Berke. They joined more than 300 others at the 2015 Young

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  • Initialing way to Winchester Square business opportunities

    Posted on March 26, 2015 at 9:30 am

    STAFF WRITER courtney stachel   The Winchester Square has a diversified business climate with one shop signing its way toward five full years in operation. Initial it, owned by Jen McCarty at 111 1st Ave. N.E., is a monogramming shop, specializing in monogramming, embroidery and personalizing gifts. McCarty recently renovated her space on the Square to accommodate more items like bags and monogrammed onesies. McCarty opened up Initial It in

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  • Long extended sweet tooth satisfaction

    Posted on March 19, 2015 at 12:14 pm

    Winchester’s business climate is paramount to the city’s economy, and Designer Cakes & Cookies has been a mainstay, satisfying sweet cravings more than a dozen years on the historic Winchester Square. Shae Frame, owner of Designer Cakes & Cookies, purchased the store in January 2013 at its 7A South College Street location. Frame says she purchased the bakery to embrace new opportunities. Designer Cakes & Cookies offers cakes for any

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  • Opening at New Location

    Posted on February 25, 2015 at 9:19 am

              Ribbon Cutting held for The Body Shop Health and Wellness Studio The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for the opening of the new location of The Body Shop Health and Wellness Studio located at 1840 Sharp Springs Road in Winchester. Call 931-361-4316 to hear about the services provided. Pictured, from left are, Chamber Executive Director Judy Taylor, Morgan Keen, Arianna Boyle, Alexis

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