Man who killed, dismembered victim over drug debt will get another day in court, says state high court
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We really are recycling, says commissioner and public works director
All together now - Paper, cardboard and plastic go in the same bin in single stream recycling. Glass, metal and aluminum still get their own bins at the county’s Camp Road facility.
Commission Chairman Rob Jones and Public Works Director Greg Collis assure the public that Pickens County really is recycling the paper, plastic and cardboard at their Camp Road facility.
Rotarians Dr. Scott Fantz and medical supplies tester Tom Harrison stand with Denise Ray, Materials Management Piedmont Mountainside Hospital, in front of donated medical supplies to be sent to West Africa to fight Ebola.
By Max Caylor
Some 210 pounds of medical supplies have been sent to Monrovia, Liberia, to help medical personnel care for Ebola patients. The aid consisted of gowns, gloves, thermometers and surgical tape donated by Piedmont Mountain Hospital.
And other summaries of recent rulings from Georgia's highest court
OWENS V. URBINA (S14A1334)
Under a ruling today by the Supreme Court of Georgia, a man who pleaded guilty to a reduced charge after he was indicted for sexually abusing a little girl will not have to register as a sex offender.
The high court is upholding the judgment of a Fulton County court judge, who ruled earlier this year that Mario Urbina of Muscogee County does not need to register as a sex offender because
The Sharptop Arts Association has recently installed a new and enthusiastic board of directors who have big plans for 2015 – but they want your input as they move forward.
The 2015 Sharptop board wants to keep what’s working, retool what’s not and use creative thinking -along with your valued opinions - to develop new programs, events and other elements that will better represent the unique makeup of Pickens County.