Looking for a hero - Wayne Jewell’s life is a shadow of what it once was. This Vietnam veteran and local volunteer is reaching out to the community in hopes of finding a kidney donor. Follow Mr. Jewell's search on his Facebook page.
In the 14 years Wayne Jewell has lived in Pickens County he’s given back through volunteer work with local churches and other non-profits. Now Jewell, who had kidney failure that’s suspected to be related to exposure to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War, needs help from the community he was once such an active part of.
Mr. Jewell and his wife Pat are reaching out to friends, family, and strangers for a Good Samaritan that could save his life by donating a kidney.
ATLANTA – State Representative Rick Jasperse (R-Jasper), Chairman of the House Study Committee on School Security, today announced that he will participate in the Federal Commission on School Safety's Final Listening Session on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 in Montgomery, Alabama. During the meeting, members of the public, along with representatives of local and state governments, will share their views on how to keep students and schools safe.
“I am honored to participate in the listening session,” said Rep. Jasperse. “Nothing is more important to parents than keeping our children safe. By sharing school safety ideas, we can find ways to improve security on our campuses.”
Composite sketch of the woman and tattoo.
The Bartow County sheriff is attempting to identify a woman whose dismembered body was found at a dump site earlier this week and says her distinctive tattoos may be the key.
Bartow County Sheriff Clark Millsap said the woman is a white female who was between the ages of 18 and 35 and had reddish or brown hair. She was between the heights of 5'2" and 5'6" and approximately 150 pounds.
She has tattoos of two Easter lilies with a sacred heart in between them as well as two names, one on each shoulder blade. Millsap said they're not releasing the names in the hope that will allow them to confirm the woman's identity.
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DELAY ET AL. V. SUTTON, COMMISSIONER(S18A0765)
The Supreme Court of Georgia has ruled as unconstitutional the process for appointing members to the DeKalb CountyBoard of Ethics.
With today’s decision, the high court has upheld a superior court’s ruling that the appointment process created by a recent DeKalb County local law, which delegates to private entities the power to appoint four of the ethics board’s seven members, violates the Georgia Constitution’s requirement that public officials be held accountable to the people.
“As these private entities do not answer to the people as required by our
Business-at-Hand: A look at Pickens County entrepreneurs
“We knew if we made it comfortable and enjoyable for ladies, we’d be on target,” said Carlton Wilson, one of the owners of Appalachian Gun Range, on Highway 515 in south Pickens County.
Opening earlier this year, the range, located in the same building at Appalachian Gun and Pawn, is a combination of classic bare wood with the latest technology for shooters, including advanced video targets projected down the range, in addition to standard paper targets.