Jasper’s finance officer talks about four decades of bluegrass
The Hoyles after being inducted into the Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame. Pictured are (l to r) Al Hoyle, Eddie Hoyle, Lisa Hoyle,
Cindy Musselwhite and Atlanta County Music Hall of Fame founder Pyllis A. Cole.
By day Jasper’s Chief Finance Officer Lisa Hoyle stays busy crunching numbers, but for the last four decades Hoyle and her family have picked and plucked their way around the southeast as The Hoyles, an Ellijay-based bluegrass band that recently joined the ranks of other performers and songwriters in the Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame.
This is the bench where authorities found Pickens resident Glenn Patrick Lampien after he accidentally discharged a handgun. After shooting Lampien through the hand, the bullet traveled across the street and killed tourist May Ariam.
The family of the Helen, Ga. tourist killed by Pickens resident Glenn Patrick Lampien in an accidental shooting this past summer has filed a wrongful death suit in the Superior Court of Pickens County.
Georgia’s winter weather outlook shows chance of colder weather and heavier precipitation than previous years
Cove Road from last winter. If predictions are right, we'll be seeing even more snow this winter. Georgia's yearly average snow amounts have risen from 2 inches to 3.4 inches in recent years.
A good crowd turned out this afternoon for the groundbreaking of the Boys and Girls Club's new teen/youth center today. The building will sit behind the community center in Roper Park.
Above, Don Russell, a founding member of the Boys and Girls Club of North Georgia, addresses the crowd. See next week's issue for more information on this great local program.
Pictured from left are General Manager Jamie Mundth, Owner Greg Shottenkirk with Jim Jones Sr. and Jim Jones Jr.
Shottenkirk Auto Group, an Iowa based multi-franchised company, purchased Vernie Jones Ford Co. Inc. and will rename the Ford franchise Shottenkirk Ford.
Vernie Jones Ford was founded by Vernie Jones in 1969 and officially became a franchised Ford dealer in March of 1970. Jim Jones Sr. took over as Dealer Principal and General Manager in 1985 accompanied by his sister, Mary Bryant, as Office Manager. He was later joined by his son, Jim Jones, Jr., as New and Used Car Sales Manager.
Jim Sr. would like to thank the community and their loyal customers throughout the years and hope they will continue to support Shottenkirk Ford and the familiar faces at the Jasper location.