Localized damage reported in South Main Street area
Flooding at Arrowhead Country Club off Camp Road.
The bridge is usually five feet above the water.
Storms that rolled through Pickens early evening on Wednesday, June 1 were “hard and fast,” according to Jasper Fire Chief Steve Roper, and produced localized damage, downing trees and power lines in one area of Jasper.
Tera Christine Bristow
The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office has released the name of the 35-year-old woman who was found deceased under the Sharpe Mountain Creek Bridge early Friday, May 27 as Tera Christine Bristow of Woodstock.
According to the obituary, Bristow leaves behind husband, Michael Bristow, and two daughters, Ella and Cameryn Bristow. She had a master's degree from Emory University and worked as a mechanical engineer. She was laid to rest in a celebration of life on Wednesday, June 1 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.
The school board Post 1 runoff between Katherine White and Mike Cowart will be the only race on the ballot July 26th.
In the primary vote last week, White, a former classroom teacher, took 44 percent of the vote with 1,715 ballots against the current school board chair Cowart’s 39 percent with 1,524 votes. Third candidate Larry Cantrell received 17 percent of the votes.
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Antiques & Art Car Artist Market Saturday, June 11
Why let boring happen to your car when art can happen to it?
Why go with a standard one-tone paint job when you can paint an eccentric, brightly colored mural and attach flamboyant items to the hood, roof and bumper?
Eligh Ingram’s cancer level has been reduced to Stage III.
Earlier this year the outlook was grim for four-year-old Eligh Ingram, who was diagnosed with Stage IV Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer.
Even though there are no guarantees, his family got good news last week.