October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Often times having been seen as a private matter best hidden behind closed doors, domestic violence has become an issue of national concern.
We have changed our laws, transformed our culture, and improved support services for survivors and although we have made substantial progress in reducing domestic violence, one in four women
PHS teacher Todd Geren with daughter Hannah who has Rett syndrome. “Our experiences as a family have reminded me that God’s plan is not our own,” said Todd.
By Eileen Steinhauer
We all watch in wonder as a baby reaches one milestone after another, always eager to see more. But what if the milestones stop, practically overnight, what then? This is the story of the Geren family, Todd, Elizabeth, Hannah and Christian.
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A dedicated fly fisherman and outdoorsman, Kimberly said the local land trust will emphasize more outings for members.
The Jasper-based Mountain Conservation Trust with a new executive director is moving forward with several projects and plans to be more visible in the coming months.
George Kimberly, the new director, joined the local land trust six months ago and is still
Digest continues decline due to changes in motor vehicle category
The book value of property throughout Pickens County again fell in 2014.
In 2012 values dropped by $37.5 million dollars from the previous year and last year they
Pickens native Thomas Fountain needs your help securing title of Georgia Country Artist of the Year. Cast your vote by October 12 at www.georgia-country.com.
For the second consecutive year Pickens native Thomas Fountain is one of six finalists in the running for GeorgiaCountry.com’s Georgia Country Artist of the Year.
Since he embarked on his solo career just a few years ago, Fountain has been busy making a name for himself locally, having been named Cherokee’s Best Musician by the readers of Cherokee Life Magazine in 2013.