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Police report -11-17-17; Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person.
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Three injured in Lambs Bridge Road wreck
Calls to 9-1-1 just before 9:30 a.m. on Monday, November 13, sent multiple agencies to a crash on Lambs Bridge Road by Scarboro Church Road. A Nissan Altima sedan overturned in the woods. However, the three male occupants, despite being injured, were able to escape from the vehicle. Due to a low ce
Scarboro celebrates turning four!
Halei Lamb | November 16, 2017 4:58 pm Birthday wishes, cake, and presents made a special little girl very happy on her 4th birthday. Lainey Scarboro turned four on Saturday, Nov. 11. Parents, Scrap and Heather Scarboro of Swainsboro invited guests to their country home, located off Stingray Road, o
Burke County to host first turkey giveaway event
Burke County will have what they are calling their First Annual Turkey Give-Away. The event will take place Nov. 17th at various times and locations. Those places are: Waynesboro - A Child's World Academy, located at 567 Pauline Jenkins St. Waynesboro, Ga 30830. Those who have a ticket may pick up t
Twin City to host first annual Christmas parade
Halei Lamb | November 16, 2017 5:10 pm On Saturday, Dec. 9, Twin City Fire Department/First Responders will host its first annual Twin City Christmas parade at 4 p.m., with line-up beginning at 3:15 p.m. Free entertainment such as bounce houses, photos with Santa, and other fun festivities will tak
Can a Democrat and Republican make a marriage work?
SPRING CITY, Utah - The Andersons' life resembles the 1960s sitcom Green Acres. One day, the husband asks his wife to move from her "very favorite" house in Salt Lake City, Utah to this small, rural town about 100 miles away. After crying over the thought of leaving her "stunning yard" and "lovely,
Strohmez graduates from Georgia Tech
In May of 2017, Daniel Strohmez graduated from Georgia Tech with a Bachelors degree in automotive engineering. He is the son of Julie and Dietmar Strohmez of Savannah, formally of Swainsboro, and the grandson of Gertroud Strohmez of Germany, as well as Faye Powell and the late Jack Powell of Swains
If you're saying these 5 phrases, you're putting your marriage in jeopardy
Look, communication is a challenge; we all know that. So it shouldn't be a surprise to know that what you're intending to say might not be what's being communicated to your spouse. Below are five phrases that people commonly say to their spouses that are often said with one intent but are interpret
Las Cruces man arrested, charged with breaking into vehicle, stealing personal property
LAS CRUCES - A man suspected of breaking into a Toyota Camry and stealing items from inside was arrested after the vehicle owner spotted him and followed the suspect while calling 911, according to Las Cruces police. Sean Michael Gueffroy, 26, of 999 W. Amador Ave., is charged with one count of burg
Local dealership employee arrested at job on child sexual assault charges
A man suspected of sexually abusing a child was arrested at his job, according to the El Paso County Sheriff's Office. Deputies arrested Luis Fernando Moreno at Rudolph Mazda on South Desert Boulevard. He was wanted for five counts of sexual penetration of a child under the age of 13. Moreno was boo
Barricaded man prompts SWAT situation in Las Cruces
A man barricaded himself inside a home in Las Cruces Friday afternoon, according to police. SWAT members are on the scene at 715 Texas Avenue. Some streets in that area are currently blocked off. Avoid the are if possible. Valley View Elementary on California Avenue was placed under shelter-in-pla
Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parksinson's disease: 'I will need your prayers'
WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) - The Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, the civil rights leader announced Friday. In a statement, the 76-year-old said he and his family began to notice three years ago that his health was deteriorating. "I find it increasingly
More than 100 positions opened at Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino
Sunland Park Racetrack (KFOX14/CBS4) Horse racing season is around the corner and the racetrack needs seasonal employees. Sunland Park Racetrack is hiring for over 100 positions. The racing season starts on Dec. 15. Candidates can apply on Tuesday at Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino from 8:30 a.m. to
Five Las Cruces restaurants serving Thanksgiving meals
Thanksgiving is a day for family, food and football. The U.S. Census Bureau released a treasure trove of data surrounding the popular holiday. USA TODAY With the holiday season in full swing, it can be overwhelming to plan, host and cook a full Thanksgiving feast. But not to worry, many local resta
The $20 Challenge to aid the homeless at Las Cruces Gospel Rescue Mission
Las Cruces, NM - On this edition of PUENTES, bridges to the community, host Emily Guerra meets with Las Cruces Gospel Rescue Mission Shelter Director, Randy Smith, and Public Affairs Director, Alycia Carrillo. Founded in 1972, it is the only shelter in the area that offers Christian guidance, food,
Over-crowded schools in Las Cruces may lead to redistricting students
Parents in Las Cruces may have to send their kids to different schools due to overcrowding. Inside City Council chambers today, Las Cruces Public Schools board members addressed the future need for rezoning of schools to City Council members during a joint work session. Gabriel Jacquez, deputy super
Waffle House to expand DeLand's 'breakfast district'
Waffle House, a Georgia-based chain of 24-hour restaurants, has bought property on North Woodland Boulevard on which to place its second eatery in West Volusia. There's a Waffle House at 414 Deltona Blvd. in Deltona, as well as one each in Port Orange and Ormond Beach. The DeLand site, at 1120 N. Wo
DeLand boots elves out of annual Christmas contest
The elves have been fired, so to speak. But, never fear. Toy soldiers have stepped up to serve. Annually for several years, children and their families have enjoyed "Elf Patrol," a monthlong holiday scavenger hunt that has people trying to find hidden elves in DeLand shops. The fun finale includes a
DeLand businesses keep beach tidy
A new partnership between one of Downtown DeLand's newest businesses and DeLand's brewery is cleaning up. Outsiders USA and Persimmon Hollow Brewing Co. hosted a beach cleanup Nov. 12, and plan many more similar events. Participation in the beach cleaning exceeded expectations. The individuals invol
War vet weds while walking parade
Mark and Lee Panageotes were lucky enough to tie the knot before a crowd of thousands of cheering people. It's not because the couple have enough friends to fill a small stadium. Rather, the two were wed during the Volusia County Veterans Day Parade, held Nov. 11 in Downtown DeLand. "I'm from New Ha