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Dayton, Tennessee. Unemployment Rate. Median Income. Median Home Price. Median Age. Commute Time. Recent job growth is Positive. Dayton jobs have increased by 0.
Many of them are displaying hefty bass to a healthy crowd, and some of the bucket mouths are in the 8- and 9-pound range. Those events traditionally reel in even bigger crowds, as mom, dad and siblings often travel with the teenaged anglers. A reporter is talking with anglers, fans and Dayton Mayor Gary Louallen. Tumlin was born in the city of 7, and at 49 has seen its highs and lows. After a nearly two-decades long career with Coca Cola, Louallen lured him into civic work in his hometown.
The population was 1, at the census and 1, at the census. Graysville is named for William Gray, an early settler who was appointed postmaster in ; the town expanded in the s, when the arrival of the railroad brought coal extraction industries to the area. Coal mined nearby was converted into coke , which in turn was used to fuel two blast furnaces to produce pig iron ; this operation continued until the Great Depression brought about a general collapse in the industry in the s.
Fishing towns: Dayton, Tenn.
Originally established in the 19th century as a health resort, the community was inundated when the completion of Watts Bar Dam by the Tennessee Valley Authority flooded the lower Piney Valley in Rhea Springs, known as "Sulphur Springs" before , developed around a spring rumored to have "healing" qualities;  the spring flowed into the banks of the Piney approximately 4 miles 6. When the Tennessee Valley Authority began surveying the area for the construction of Watts Bar Dam and reservoir in the late s, they reported a large hotel and seventeen small houses at Rhea Springs. After TVA acquired the community, most of its residents relocated elsewhere in the county or to Chattanooga.