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Art district in Jasper’s future?

Some say it could strengthen Pickens’ creative scene

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    Sharptop Arts Association treasurer Dick Carlton (r) speaking at the non-profit’s February meeting held at the Sharptop gallery on D.B. Carroll Street in downtown Jasper.

    At this point the idea is barely in its infancy with no formal plans for execution, but at the Sharptop Art Association’s February member meeting both Sharptop leaders and members tossed around the notion of developing an art district in the downtown Jasper area to bolster the art community here.

Local races on May ballot - Qualifying begins March 3

Pickens County Seal    Three local races will appear on the May 20 ballot, including the latest one-cent sales tax plan, three school board seats, and one district commissioner seat.
    The  (west) district commissioner’s seat held by Jerry Barnes is up for grabs.   

Jasper Rotary Club beating PANs to end polio

 

 

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     The Rotary Club with participants at the Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours beats pans in celebration of endemic polio now only being in (P) Pakistan,  (A) Afghanistan and  (N) Nigeria.

 

By Max Caylor, Rotary member

 

     “We are beating pans this afternoon in recognition that only Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria (PAN) remains endemic with polio reporting only 157 cases,” stated Jasper Rotary president Jack Short.   Since 1988 Rotarians have contributed $1.2 billion and has helped secure $9 billion given to the end polio initiative through donor governments.      

State high court rules on texted nude photo

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SUMMARIES OF OPINIONS

Published Monday, February 24, 2014

From Public Information Officer

Supreme Court of Georgia

 

 Opinion summaries are not to be considered as official opinions of the Court. The full opinions are available on the Supreme Court website at www.gasupreme.us .

 

WARREN V. THE STATE (S13A1904)

            The Supreme Court of Georgia has unanimously reversed a Cherokee County court ruling and thrown out the criminal charge against a man who texted to a woman an unsolicited picture of his penis.