AUTOMOTIVE

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HELP WANTED

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OPPORTUNITY

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WANTED

WANTED: FORD Rangers, junk cars, and pickup trucks. Running or not. Cash paid. Call any time. 205-625-6713. O9tfcCASEY800

HOUSE FOR SALE

HOUSE FOR sale: 3BR/1BA, 602 Woodland Drive South, Oneonta. 205-446-0885. M4-18p1000

PROPERTY

FIVE ACRES for sale on County Highway 26 in Royal. 205-353-7416. F19-M25p1000

COMMERCIAL

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Chop Down Cancer


Last fall, under the direction of Oneonta High School head coach Phil Phillips, the Redskin football team raised $4,000 from t-shirt sales to benefit St. Vincent’s Blount. Although the fundraiser occurred last fall, it took some time to develop guidelines to determine who would be eligible to utilize the funds. Money will assist qualifying uninsured and underinsured patients gain access […]

Man-Up Movement


On Monday, Feb. 24, more than 45 Susan Moore High School male athletes took part in the inaugural Blount County Man-Up Movement to create awareness about domestic violence. The athletes learned what domestic violence is and how they can “man-up” and not become part of the growing statistics involved with domestic violence. Domestic violence victim and advocate Misty Chaviers said […]