Jasper UMC members (l-r) Jean Norman, Dex Phillips and Marty Beaver are all smiles as they prepare for their upcoming mission trip to Kenya and the Taste of JUMC fundraiser this Saturday from 11-2.
By Suellen Reitz
This Saturday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., residents of Pickens County will once again have the opportunity to sample some of the best recipes made by Jasper UMC members in the 7th edition of Taste of JUMC in the Fellowship Hall.
PBS will be filming Hans Rueffert at the Jasper Farmers’ Market This Saturday, September 20.
By Darla Huffman
Jasper Farmers’ Market
Although the weather forecast called for rain Saturday morning, keeping some vendors at home, the ones that did come had a busy day thanks to the farm equipment show going on in the park. A lot of people
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division is looking for a suspect in an attempted armed robbery that occurred on September 14, 2014, at the Autozone in the Hickory Flat area of Cherokee County. The suspect is a white male in his 20’s, slender build, wearing khaki shorts and a dark colored hoodie-type sweatshirt. If you know this person or have any information about the incident, please notify the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.
Dr. Lucien Lamar Sneed, administrative director of the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokees, discussed their unique history during a talk Sunday at the library.
By Hank Hollensbe
Thanks to Ruth Hall and the Marble Hill Historical Society for Sunday afternoon’s lecture by Dr. Lucien Lamar Sneed, administrative director of the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokees.
Charles Lones strolls through an impressively large collection of antique engines at the Georgia Antique Engine and Tractor Show was held at Lee Newton Park in Jasper. The free show continued through Saturday. There is homemade ice cream, using a steam engine to operate the ice cream maker, old fly wheel engines, old tractors, hand tools, and lots of old washing machines and other farm-related items.