Hard times have come upon the Gregory\u2019s Sawmill, which has been operating 160 years and is the oldest continuing business in town.A bitter divorce and some bad financial advice have led Taber Gregory, the owner, to fall behind on the mortgage for the place and even become homeless, Gregory said Jan. 16, several days after posting a call for funding help on the Internet fund-raising site GoFundMe.com.\u201cAnything helps, I\u2019m very humbled by everything. I\u2019m living locally with no house, basically I am homeless,\u201d Gregory said.The divorce cut into him for about $500,000. Now 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 specialty tabletops and mantels, bar tops and construction grade materials.\u201cI am in desperate need of funding as soon as possible,\u201d he wrote in his GoFundMe appeal. \u201cI truly appreciate any and all funds to help keep my family's legacy going. I have worked at the mill since I was a little boy and I would hate to see the family business gone. My heart would be overwhelmed with gratitude and I forever grateful if you would help me save Gregory's Sawmill.\u201dThe GoFundMe address is https:\/\/www.gofundme.com\/2pdbwm4.