Sheriff’s department, S.C. group aims to help community this ChristmasEmployees with the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department are collecting donations for the Toys for Children Christmas benefit program.Project coordinators said that applications can be picked up at the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department, located at 444 Second Avenue in downtown Dayton, and donations of new or “gently used” toys can be dropped off at the sheriff’s department as well, officials said.
Investigators say they last saw Essie Elaine Valentine in Evensville on July 10Investigators with the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department are currently seeking information as to the whereabouts of a missing Evensville woman who was last seen on July 10.Rhea County Sheriff’s Department Investigator Chris Hall said that Essie Elaine Valentine, 57, is a white female; 5-feet, 7-inches tall; weighs nearly 140 pounds; and has black hair and brown eyes.
Rhea County Chancellor Jeffrey Stewart said during a court hearing on Wednesday that he wants to address all parties that could potentially be impacted by any decision regarding the current restraining order filed against the liquor store lottery.Stewart said he will wait to rule in the case until all parties involved have a chance to address the court and that all applicants who submitted requests to construct a liquor store in Dayton should expect to receive a summons to appear in...
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Selecting a term
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