Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for Friday, August 18, 2017:
Chattooga County School Superintendent Jimmy Lenderman responded to comments from a local resident about concerns regarding spending in the board’s budget at Thursday night’s Board of Education meeting that was held to present the proposed budget and set the millage rate for the school system.
Haylee Mitchell was the winner of last week’s Birthday and Anniversary Club from AM 1180. She received a $25 gift certificate to Menlo Family Restaurant, an arrangement from Duff’s Flowers and a box of goodies from Sugarville Sweets Bakery.
This weeks names:
Trion City School has CHANGED their release plans for the eclipse on Aug. 21. All students will now be released in staggered increments based on grade. Click ‘read more’ for full details.
The last day of the Chattooga County Agricultural Fair will be free to the public on Sunday, Aug 27. It will feature gospel singing from several groups, and registration to sing is still open. Click ‘read more’ for more info on the fair and Sunday singing registration.
Summerville Police recently responded to a woman’s 911 call regarding her ex-husband’s alleged threat to take her children from her.
A Summerville man called 911 when he returned from his mother’s house to find that a gas line on a go-cart had been tampered with.
According to a Summerville man, when his girlfriend was at his apartment, she snuck off with several of his belongings and drove off with them.
For Walker Co. taxpayers unhappy with their bill, it could get much, much worse, Walker County Commissioner Shannon Whitfield warned.
The Chattooga County School system says that some students may have received some solar eclipse viewing glasses from their school, but now the school system has reason to believe that the glasses may be counterfeit.