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City OKs pool contract, swears in commissioners

The Parsons Municipal Swimming Pool lost almost $7,000 last year, but that is much less than the average in recent years. During a Tuesday evening regular meeting, the Parsons City Commission received a report from the pool's operation from the Parsons Recreation Commission and agreed to pay the PRC

PARSONS SUN - 2018-01-18 06:03:00

Quarterly coffee discusses US-169, Plummer Ave.

New city commissioners had a chance to meet with the public Saturday at Chanute's quarterly Coffee with Commissioners downtown. The meetings are sponsored by the Chanute Chamber of Commerce and hosted by Cardinal Drugstore. New commissioners Sam Budreau and Jacob LaRue, Mayor Phil Chaney and Neosho


Letter(s) To The Editor

The "splash" of energy and the "explosion" of all the high school basketball games, both girls & boys - which started at 6 p.m. Dec. it was, was good entertainment just in itself. That alone made me glad to have attended the games. It was a first time in this gym for me; I came because the Flinthi

EUREKAHERALD.COM - 2018-01-16 12:09:29

Hamilton To Increase Sewer And Trash Rates

In an effort to combat their declining sewer and solid waste accounts, the Hamilton City Council voted to increase rates for each service at their regular meeting last Wednesday. According to reports prepared by the city's accountant, the solid waste fund lost $3,322.55 in 2017 thru November. "It'

EUREKAHERALD.COM - 2018-01-16 12:14:27

Operation Soupline funds distributed through ACCL

The annual Soupline funds assistance to an estimated 400 households a year through the Alliance of Churches for Christian Living. Organizers say the money becomes available in March, and sometimes is what gets the program through the year without turning away applicants. "Some years, it's really clo


Eureka To Host Annual Invitational This Saturday

The Eureka Tornadoes will be led by juniors Kendall Beitz and Kolby Beitz who, as of January 10, were ranked as top finishers in the 3-2-1A State. Last Wednesday, Kendall Beitz was ranked first in the 106-pound class. Tornado Kolby Beitz was ranked second in the 113-pound class.

EUREKAHERALD.COM - 2018-01-16 12:12:24

Boil water issue close to being resolved

A boil water advisory has been lifted for a public wholesale water district in Southeast Kansas, but the advisory remains for communities and districts that buy water from it. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued a boil water advisory for Public Wholesale Water Supply Distri


Amy Hahn & Roger Floyd

Amy Lynn Parker Hahn of Admire and Roger Lee Floyd of Allen announce their engagement. She is the daughter of Tim and Linda Parker of Salina, Charolette Lowder of Allen and the late Bob Lowder. He is the son of Sam and Sandra Buckbee of Allen. The bride-elect is a graduate of Garden City High School


Judge Robert W. Chasteen Jr. to receive award

ATLANTA - Cordele Judicial District Superior Court Chief Judge Robert W. Chasteen Jr. of Fitzgerald has been selected as a recipient of the 19th annual Justice Robert Benham Lifetime Achievement Award for Community Service, presented by the State Bar of Georgia and the Chief Justice's Commission on

CORDELE DISPATCH - 2018-01-17 16:57:11

Tift County celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

After starting from the corner of 17th Street and Central Ave and marching to the downtown courthouse in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Monday, marchers broke out in song. "Oh freedom, Oh freedom, Oh freedom over me; Before I'll be a slave, I'll be buried in my grave; And go home to the Lord a

TIFTON GAZETTE - 2018-01-17 17:15:00

Padgett places 3rd in National 4-H fashion revue competition

Savannah Padgett recently represented Georgia 4-H in the fashion revue competition at the Western National Roundup January 4-7 in Denver, Colorado, where she placed 3rd. Padgett is currently enrolled at ABAC in Tifton, where is she working on completing her core studies before transferring to UGA to

POST-SEARCHLIGHT - 2018-01-17 18:32:00

Buddy Pittman is elected Eastman council chairman

The Eastman City Council held their first meeting of 2018 on Tuesday, January 9 at the Eastman City Hall Council Chambers and elected officers for the new year. The council elected Buddy Pittman as the new city council chairperson. Previously, Raymond Mullis had held that position for many years.

DODGE COUNTY NEWS - 2018-01-16 21:38:34

Prince Automotive Makes $200K+ Donation To Wiregrass Georgia Technical College

Prince Automotive Group has made a donation of $214,248.66 to Wiregrass Georgia Technical College's automotive program. The group donated parts and equipment from all dealerships including Albany, Tifton, Valdosta, and Douglas to the college. The donated parts and equipment are for Honda, Mazda, For

DOUGLASENTERPRISE.NET - 2018-01-16 20:06:42

Mother of Hawkinsville homicide victim reacts to her son's death

HAWKINSVILLE, Ga. -- The Georgia Bureau of Investigations identified Saturday's Hawkinsville homicide victim as 27-year-old Vernard Porter. It's the phone call no mother wants to get. "I don't really have no feeling right now, I don't really believe it. It's a lot of people here and I am just hurti


Elixir CEO Sahm To Serve As Keynote Speaker At Chamber's 91st Event

The Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce will host its 91st Annual Event on Thursday, January 25, 2018, at The Atrium in downtown Douglas, and tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available. On Tuesday, January 16, the Chamber announced that Christopher A. Sahm, CEO of Elixir Industri

DOUGLASENTERPRISE.NET - 2018-01-16 20:03:24

Dr. Angela Battle's MLK Day Celebration Speech

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Angela Battle of Hazlehurst Pediatrics was the featured speaker Saturday at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. She gave a stirring presentation, the text of which follows.] Good Morning everyone! I am so thrilled that you could come to t

JDLEDGER.COM - 2018-01-17 08:00:00

Man accused of felony fraud

An Oneonta man has been arrested on felony counts in a fraud case, state police at Oneonta said. Paige A. Shaul, 30, was charged Jan. 10 with third-degree grand larceny and filing a false instrument with intent to defraud, troopers said in a media release. He was accused in an incident in the town o

DAILY STAR - 2018-01-17 11:00:00

First Baptist Church in Oneonta closing after 185 years

The church congregation which used to have hundreds of parishioners has dwindled to a total of around 15 members. Phil Hulbert is the Church Moderator. He believes an increase in other church congregations, past parishioners leaving the area, and the need to recruitment young people over time, all

WKTV - 2018-01-18 02:12:00

FBI holds Cobleskill man for porn

A 42-year-old Cobleskill man remains in federal custody after an investigation into possible child sexual abuse by the Cobleskill Police Department turned up more than 100 images of child pornography on his phone. Jason M. VanBuren was arrested January 5 and ordered detained on charges of receiving

TIMESJOURNALONLINE.COM - 2018-01-17 12:47:07

Group fighting removal of railroad tracks near Ashokan

KINGSTON - A local nonprofit has filed a petition with a federal railroad oversight board to keep Ulster County from removing railroad tracks near the Ashokan Reservoir. The group titles itself the U&D Railway Revitalization Corp. and is based in Phoenicia, it says in a press release. On Tuesday it

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-17 22:56:03