With 868 votes cast for a Gilmer Commission Board candidate who withdrew from last month’s primary being thrown out during counting that night, losing aspirant Jerry Tuso said last week “the law of
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Cartecay community residents who have found the Lower Cartecay Road bridge being out prolonging their travel time due to detours are going to have to suffer awhile longer, it was announced at a Gil
Jim Starkey said his wife, Dorothy Kay Starkey, was “doing better” after a German shepherd mauled her in the face and head area in a prior interview with the Times-Courier.
The Rainbow Family of Living Light has chosen a site in the Chattahoochee National Forest for its 2018 national gathering.
Four months after taking the position of police chief in Andrews, N.C.