620 snack bags served weekly during past school year
The Weekend Snack Program is a program that works to ensure that students in the Pickens County School System have sufficient food during their weekends away from school. This program is a coalition churches, non-profit organizations and individuals who are interested in meeting the food needs of our students. The program operates through CARES, a local non-profit for food, but it not funded by CARES and is self-supporting. This is the 5th year the food program has been in operation.
Updated -- Woman has been found alive.
Updated -- Woman was found about noon alive.
Original story -- Search and rescue personnel from the Pickens and Gilmer sheriff’s offices, EMS, fire crews and the DNR are continuing a search for a Gilmer woman last seen at the scenic overlook on the southbound lanes of Highway 515 Sunday night.
Marianne James, daughter of Trooper Frederick Looney, with the troopers from local GSP Post 28. A plaque in Looney’s memory was hung in the post lobby Thursday.
Thursday the local state patrol post unveiled a plaque in their lobby honoring State Trooper Frederick Herman Looney who was killed in the line of duty May 25, 1962. Looney is the only trooper from the local Post 28 to have been killed in action.
SUMMARIES OF OPINIONS
Published Monday, June 5, 2017
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MARTIN V. SIX FLAGS OVER GEORGIA II, L.P., ET AL. (S16G0743)
SIX FLAGS OVER GEORGIA II, L.P., ET AL. V. MARTIN (S16G0750)
The Supreme Court of Georgia has reinstated a $35 million jury award given to a young man left permanently brain-damaged from a beating he received while waiting for a bus after visiting Six Flags Over Georgia.
District Director of Environmental Health, North Georgia Health District
For mosquito control around your home, your time and money are usually best spent killing mosquito larvae on and around your property. Many homeowners only focus on killing adult mosquitoes and ignore the mosquito larvae, which are easier and less expensive to kill. By all means, kill adult mosquitoes but don’t forget about where they came from.
The mosquitoes biting you probably came from the larvae in standing water on your own property or a nearby neighbor’s property. The two species that can carry the Zika virus, the Asian