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.
Latest estimate from crews on scene are the S turn section of Cove Road could open this evening by around 6 p.m. but that was a "shooting for" time, subject to change.
Cove Road, a major thoroughfare for east/west commutes in Pickens County, may remain closed all day with a load of lumber and overturned tractor-trailer in the steep S curves section not far from Jasper.
No injuries were reported when the truck carrying the lumber overturned this morning.
Pickens Commission Chair Rob Jones said that crews from out of the county are coming to assist in the cleanup, but the road could be closed until midnight Monday.
Joy House Director Steve Lowe speaking at the wild game dinner.
By Ralph O. Dennis, Progress Contributor
Thursday, September 4, saw a unique event in Jasper. The Optimist Club and the Jasper United Methodist Men joined forces for a special dinner. Although this may have been considered a
Brannen Moss of Moss Firearms assembles one of the seven AR-15s recently presented to the Pickens County Chapter 47 of the DAV Honor Guard.
Members of the Pickens County Chapter 47 of the Disabled American Veterans Honor Guard won’t have to worry about misfiring at important ceremonial events now that they all have new
Mike McGhee rode his bike 4,661 miles across America.
In August, Pickens veterinarian Mike McGhee dipped the front wheel of his recumbent touring bicycle into the Pacific Ocean at Florence, Or., 4,661 miles after leaving Yorkstown, Va., and the Atlantic Ocean.