John Fine, Rhea County’s clerk and master, leaves the downtown historic courthouse for lunch. The Rhea County Courthouse, home of the 1925 Scopes Trial, is featured in the new Retire Rhea County brochures paid for by the Rhea Economic and Tourism Council.
Photo by Kimberly McMillian
John Fine, Rhea County’s clerk and master, leaves the downtown historic courthouse for lunch. The Rhea County Courthouse, home of the 1925 Scopes Trial, is featured in the new Retire Rhea County brochures paid for by the Rhea Economic and Tourism Council. Photo by Kimberly McMillian
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published Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
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DAYTON, Tenn. — Rhea County's accessible location, its scenic trails and lakes are featured in new "Retire Rhea County" brochures unveiled at this week's Rhea Economic and Tourism Council meeting.

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