Updated Quinton in Cherokee County jail after bond revoked from first wreck (scroll to bottom for update)
Ryan Quinton, who is charged for a fatal wreck that killed his bride in December, was arrested for driving under the influence after leaving Rocco’s Pub on Highway 515 around 1 a.m. Saturday morning.
Captain Frank Reynolds with the Pickens’ Sheriff’s office said Quinton pulled out in front of the sheriff’s HEAT unit, which caught the officer’s attention. Reynolds said, “Pulling out in front of an officer is kind of a telltale sign [of impaired driving].”
Diana Butler Bass spoke at the most recent Mountain Top Lecture series.
Speaking over the weekend at the Mountain Top Lecture series at Amicalola Falls, professor and author Diana Butler Bass led a discussion exploring the dimensions of religion and spirituality in today’s world while looking at how our opinions of organized religion have changed over the years.
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The American Red Cross kicks off its “100 Days of Summer. 100 Days of Hope” campaign on May 24, reminding blood donors that they can give hope to patients by rolling up a sleeve.
“Every day this summer is a chance to give a lifesaving gift,” said Jerry J.K. Tillery, chief executive officer,
JeepFest 2013 was big, but organizers say this year will be even bigger.
Plans call for only minor changes to the successful fall event.
Online registration for Pickens County Sheriff’s JeepFest has only been open about a week, but already over 380 Jeep enthusiasts have signed up for the September event that has grown significantly since it began.
“From what we are seeing on social media and feedback we are hearing our belief is that [JeepFest] will double
School board member Byron Long, left, at an earlier campaign forum with incoming member Daniel Bell. Long says with the new members not taking office until January, cooperation between defeated incumbents and incoming members is crucial.
Following the lopsided ousting of two incumbent school board members in the election last week, Byron Long, who ran unopposed in the primary, took time to talk with the Progress about the bitterness of the election and how he sees the school board moving ahead.