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A Final Goodbye to Old Station 1

Attending the reunion at the old Station #1 were (left to right) Phillip McPherson, David Farmer, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather, Tommy Carnes, Dana McPherson, former Fire Chief, Bob Nealy, Billy Moody, Stan Johnston, Dan Floyd and Tim Milburn.
Attending the reunion at the old Station #1 were (left to right) Phillip McPherson, David Farmer, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather, Tommy Carnes, Dana McPherson, former Fire Chief, Bob Nealy, Billy Moody, Stan Johnston, Dan Floyd and Tim Milburn. (click image for slideshow)
October 16, 2017 | This past weekend, several current and former firefighters returned to the old Oak Grove Fire Station #1 for a reunion. This past week, firefighters were moved from the old building to the new fire station that was built next to it. According to Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather, "It’s that time. ... (read complete story)

Battalion Chief, Dan Floyd (left), and former Battalion Chief, Tommy Carnes, talk about old times at Station 1.
Battalion Chief, Dan Floyd (left), and former Battalion Chief, Tommy Carnes, talk about old times at Station 1.
Former fire chief, Bob Nealey, looks at the old plaque that was placed on the front of the old station and is now housed in the new Fire Station #1.
Former fire chief, Bob Nealey, looks at the old plaque that was placed on the front of the old station and is now housed in the new Fire Station #1.
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