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Ardmore's Hogan signs with Tennessee Tech

Ardmore first baseman and outfielder Jason Hogan signs to play baseball at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tennessee, on Friday, Nov. 17. With him are his parents Heath and Kristy Hogan (seated) and Ardmore baseball coach Andrew Smith (standing). Years of hard work and long hours of practic


Athens may test drive speed cushions

City officials may vote Monday to use speed cushions to slow traffic in one Athens neighborhood, which could lead to the use of the traffic-calming tools elsewhere in the city. Speed cushions are recycled rubber cushions installed in multiple sections across the width of a roadway. The removable dev

NEWS-COURIER - 2017-11-24 12:30:00

Clay Woods takes third place at national 4-H competition

Clay Woods won third place in the turkey barbecue division at the 4-H Poultry and Egg Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, earlier this month. The Elkmont High sophomore competed against seven others in a two-part competition in which he was required to grill two turkey breasts in front of a panel of


Man arrested for vehicle theft

A man was arrested last Friday for stealing a parked vehicle at a Moulton gas station, according to the Moulton Police Department. Stephen Michael Lewter, 39, of Elkmont, was arrested in Winston County on a first degree theft of a motor vehicle charge, said Moulton Police Chief Lyndon McWhorter. Rep

MOULTON ADVERTISER - 2017-11-23 00:00:00

Serving the hungry, body and soul, at the House of the Harvest

HARVEST, Ala. (WZDX) - On a Thursday night in November, a retired volunteer fire station in Harvest is transformed into a makeshift dining hall. "Tonight, we are feeding the families of the Harvest-Northwest Madison County community," says Mike Parvin, a volunteer. Big smiles and full tummies are


Piney Chapel pre-K class tells The News Courier how to cook a turkey

Full Forecast Stock photo Editor's note: The following tips on how to cook a turkey came from students in Stacy Morrell's pre-K class at Piney Chapel Elementary School. Follow them at your own risk. "You put it in the microwave first. Then, you gotta put it in a pan and put it in the oven." - Alex

NEWS-COURIER - 2017-11-23 12:15:00

THE GARDEN SPOT: Handling holiday leftovers

The holiday meal is over, and you are ready to relax. You just want to sit down and visit with your guests, but if you take this route, you will likely end up with some uninvited guests in the form of bacteria. Holiday food safety guidelines are the same as at other times. Prevent food spoilage by t

NEWS-COURIER - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

St. Timothy's Episcopal celebrates 150 years

In 1881, a small but resilient group of Episcopalian congregants gathered together to worship for the first time in their newly-built sanctuary near Beaty Street. The church, known today as St. Timothy's Episcopal, can trace its history back much further to the 1830s, when congregants met in homes,

NEWS-COURIER - 2017-11-23 12:45:00

Hernando Sheriff Charges Man with Murder

BROOKSVILLE - A man has been charged with murder in connection with the Wednesday (Nov. 22) death of a Brooksville woman, according to the Hernando County Sheriff's Office. The name of the woman is being withheld pending notification of her next of kin. Joshua Carroll, 32, was charged with second de

TBREPORTER.COM - 2017-11-23 06:17:36

Deputies investigating suspicious death of female in Brooksville

BROOKSVILLE, Fla. (WFLA) - Detectives are investigating the suspicious death of a female in Brooksville. Hernando County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a call at 4:15 a.m. Wednesday about a possible death at 15013 Old Stage Coach Road. Deputies discovered the body of a deceased female. They


Brooksville City Council leaning toward no longer paying for sheriff's services

BROOKSVILLE City Council got a step closer to a decision on how to provide law enforcement services into the future during a workshop this week and they are again leaning toward asking the County Commission to establish a special taxing district for Sheriff Al Nienhuis. The upshot of that, if it is

TAMPA BAY TIMES - 2017-11-22 18:02:00

TreeUmph! navigates its own obstacle course in opening Brooksville location

BROOKSVILLE The point behind the adventure park east of Brooksville is for visitors to challenge themselves to overcome obstacles to gain a sense of personal achievement. For the owners of the tree-top adventure course known as TreeUmph!, the road to expand their brand from a location in Bradenton t


Still no decision on fate of Brooksville Police Department

The Brooksville City Council tackled a complicated issue in a workshop Tuesday afternoon: the pros and cons of keeping the city police department.Payment for police services key issueDiscrepancies over cost estimates clouding issuePossible for city to enter Municipal Services Taxing Unit, only pay f


Walk through the past at Floral City Heritage Days

The moment one enters the Duval house in Floral City, the past washes over them. Since its construction was somewhat finished in 1866, Citrus County's oldest residential building has remained a centerpiece of the town's history. "I really look at it as a historic jewel of this small community," said

RIVERLAND NEWS - 2017-11-23 22:08:00

Top 10 Florida bluegrass festivals and events

When winter forces outdoor music festivals up north into hibernation, entertainers head south. Some of the top acts in bluegrass music will be playing in Florida this fall, winter and spring. Here are the Top 10 bluegrass festivals and events in the Sunshine State: Sertoma Thanksgiving Bluegrass Fes

HERALD TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 07:01:00

Tenants complain of no hot water at brand new apartment complex

Some tenants at a brand new low income apartment complex in Brooksville, say they've been living there without hot water for months. Show CaptionHide Caption BROOKSVILLE, Fla. - Some tenants at a brand new low income apartment complex in Brooksville, say they've been living there without hot water f


Police searching for hit-and-run suspect in Bedford County

South Woodbury Twp., Bedford County, Pa. - A good samaritan was struck on the side of the street in Bedford County Monday night. Police said the woman was trying to help an injured dog along State Route 36 in South Woodbury Township. Then, all of a sudden, officers said a driver crossed over the fo


Police find suspect in hit-and-run investigation

State police find suspect involved in hit-and-run in Bedford County on Monday night. (MGN) WOODBURY TOWNSHIP - Police have found the vehicle & person suspected in Monday night's hit and run in Bedford County. According to a police report, authorities tracked the drive and the vehicle down in the Nor

WJAC TV - 2017-11-23 06:28:48

City woman charged with assault

CUMBERLAND - A city woman was arrested Thursday afternoon following a domestic altercation in the 800 block of Bedford Street, Cumberland police said. Jeaneine Clay, 57, was charged with second-degree assault. She was released on personal recognizance after an appearance before a district court comm

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS - 2017-11-24 13:24:00

New downtown Art Alliance gallery manager thinks big

Midway through his third month at the Art Alliance Gallery Downtown in State College, William Snyder is still excited about his role of gallery manager. As a public artist and social entrepreneur, Snyder has a lot to bring to the table. His large-scale installations can be seen across the country -

CENTRE DAILY - 2017-11-24 18:10:00