Mia, 5, of Calhoun, was beaming and called herself ‘Batgirl’ at Apple Arts on the Square Sunday afternoon.
Christopher Adams, 19, is on the mend after having both legs amputated while struggling to get through a diabetic coma with complications. He and his father, Dewayne, are thankful to members of churches and local stores for all their support, including building this wheelchair ramp.
Ellijay captured with the lights coming on at dusk with a backdrop of mist in the mountains. (Rick Lucas Photography)
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Gilmer High School volleyball players and coaches celebrate the Lady Cats’ victory over Southeast Whitfield Saturday, which qualified them for the Class 4A state tournament.

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Sevierville Police Department recovered this gun, allegedly dropped by 34-year old Brittany Ruth Rowe of Ellijay on the grounds of Sevier County High School. Rowe was arrested and charged with felony criminal attempt (aggravated assault) and felony weapon on school property after school authorities reported her presence to police.

(Editor’s note: A press release from the Sevierville Police Department was received at 12:44 this afternoon. The article posted here is from that release.

Mia, 5, of Calhoun, was beaming and called herself ‘Batgirl’ at Apple Arts on the Square Sunday afternoon.

Paige Green called the first two days of the 47th annual Georgia Apple Festival “a great weekend.”

Christopher Adams, 19, is on the mend after having both legs amputated while struggling to get through a diabetic coma with complications. He and his father, Dewayne, are thankful to members of churches and local stores for all their support, including building this wheelchair ramp.

When Christopher Adams felt sick to his stomach in early June, he figured it was just a bug that was going around.

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Gilmer High School volleyball players and coaches celebrate the Lady Cats’ victory over Southeast Whitfield Saturday, which qualified them for the Class 4A state tournament.

The Gilmer High School Lady Cats entered the Region 6-4A volleyball tournament last week as the event’s lowest seed, yet left with one of its four state tournament spots.

From left, are Gilmer High Bobcats Josh Teague and Austin Long. They finished eighth and fifth, respectively, at last week’s Fort Mountain Invitational.

Gilmer High School cross-country runners dominated last Thursday’s Murray County Invitational.

Bobcat Donnie Ledford goes low and Brett Bennett goes high to make the tackle against Heritage as Mack Towery (32) and Cade Evans (36) hurry to assist.

The Heritage Generals found their stride against the visiting Gilmer Bobcats last Friday, which they used to run into the end zone seven times.

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