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Hart County Jail inmates, deputies test positive for COVID

Hart County Jail inmates, deputies test positive for COVID Mary Beth Sallee    According to Hart County Jailer Israel Bergenson, a total of 69 inmates and 5 deputies have tested positive for COVID-19. Bergenson stated that the entire jail population was administered COVID tests after three or four inmates showed mild symptoms of the disease.…

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Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes

Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes Mrs. Stephanie Bullard’s Class South Edmonson Elementary   Get a turkey from the woods Stuff it with butter Rub sprinkles on top of it. Cook it in a microwave at 300 degrees for 10 hours. Serves 7. By: Shaylee   Get a turkey from:  the woods Stuff it with: potatoes Rub butter on…

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Read-N-Feed Christmas

Read-N-Feed Christmas Mary Beth Sallee A new and exciting event is happening soon for the children of Hart County: Read-N-Feed Christmas. This event was established thanks to the hard work and dedication of Dr. Virag Pandeya, M.D., his wife Jackie Pandeya, APRN, and Helping Hart founder Angel Bergenson. Read-N-Feed is an anticipated year-round reading incentive…

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Preserving the past

Brenda Dudderar finds great respect in helping to preserve the past. Photo submitted.  Preserving the past Mary Beth Sallee   Volunteering is very admirable work. Often times, it consists of others dedicating time and effort to food pantries, toy drives, and children programs. Preserving the past However, what many don’t realize is the need for…

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A Silenced Thanksgiving

A Silenced Thanksgiving Paula Ratliff Thanksgiving may be a little different this year; after all, we couldn’t expect to have a normal Thanksgiving in the year 2020. I suspect Christmas will be different as well, but regardless of any mandates, I’m predicting the largest New Year’s Party EVER when 2020 ends! This is definitely the…

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Park City Commission agree: no Christmas Parade During COVID

  Park City Commission agree: no Christmas Parade During COVID Steven Reneau   The Park City Commission held a special called meeting Monday evening. Their initial announcement was the appointment of Ashley Dennis to the Park City Board of Adjustments for a two year term. The motion was made and approved unanimously. The Commission also…

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Porch Pirates on the rise in Glasgow

  Porch Pirates on the rise in Glasgow Steven Reneau Every year as Christmas draws near, in an effort to make shopping easier people flock to online options. The convenience of online shopping has only grown in recent years, especially with offerings like Amazon Prime which comes with two-day free shipping. However, the convenience can…

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Be like John. Love hard.

Love hard. Mary Beth Sallee   November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month. This is John’s story. John Elmore was a man full of love and kindness. His wife, Laura Elmore, described him as having a heart of gold and an undeniably sincere spirit. “John was the most caring person I have ever met,” Laura said.…

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Glasgow City Council: Can bad cops be rehired?

  Glasgow City Council: Can bad cops be rehired? Steven Reneau   Glasgow’s City Council met Monday evening at the City Council Chambers for their bi-monthly meeting. They had a second reading of an ordinance that would see some standard operating guidelines for the Glasgow Fire Department being updated. Some of these changes were regarding…

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From hobby to full-time business: Dry Creek Forge Knives

  From hobby to full-time business: Dry Creek Forge Knives Mary Beth Sallee   When Ross Gammons began making knives nearly 10 years ago, he wasn’t quite sure where it would lead. “It began as a hobby,” he said. “…I started with blacksmithing and made a knife. Then my interest completely shifted in that direction.”…

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