The owner of Gregory\u2019s Sawmill made it clear Jan. 31 he is not closing. Rumors to that effect had been circulating since news stories a couple of weeks ago about how a bitter divorce has left him behind in his mortgage and homeless. \u201cI\u2019m here to stay, I\u2019m here for the next 50 milleniums, you know. People got mixed messages. I say no, we\u2019re not closing,\u201d owner Tabor Gregory said. Gregory\u2019s is the oldest continuous operating business in town, at 160 years old. People have been making contributions through his GoFundMe campaign. \u201cI thank you for your support,\u201d he said in reference to the community. The divorce cut into him for about $500,000. He said he\u2019s behind in his mortgage. Gregory is looking to raise $50,000, but even less than that would be helpful, he said. \u201cI\u2019d like to pay my mortgage and back taxes,\u201d the 48-year-old said. The business specializes in tabletops and mantels, bar tops and construction-grade materials. The GoFundMe address is https:\/\/www.gofundme.com\/2pdbwm4.