Woman Creates Disturbance At Local Pharmacy

A Summerville woman was cited for causing a disturbance at a downtown pharmacy on Wednesday, according to a police report. Amber Carmen Sipsy, 36, of Trion, was allegedly very loud and disruptive both inside and outside of Economy Pharmacy at 9881 Commerce Street, Suite A. “[Sipsy] was making loud and boisterous accusations of having an affair,”…

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Mary K. Denney

Mrs. Mary K. Denney, of Summerville, GA passed away Friday- October 11, 2019. Mrs. Denny was born in Cherokee County, AL to the late Archie Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Poovey Noles. She was retired from Oakview Health and Rehabilitation Center. Along with her parents she is preceded in death by her husband; Eugene Denney, sons;…

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Grill Taken From Summerville Yard

James Pierce, of Blake Street, said someone stole his smoker grill on Oct. 8. The grill was valued at $50. The smoker was in his front yard, according to a Summerville Police report.

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Pit Bulldogs Kill Woman’s Maltese Poodle

Two pit bulldogs are being blamed for the death of a Maltese Poodle belonging to Trina Johnson, of Fourth Street, according to a Summerville Police report. Johnson found her pet lying dead on her property and a pit bulldog standing over it. That pit bulldog and another one allegedly belonged to a neighbor, according to…

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Lady Indians Lose In State Tourney

  By GENE ESPY Editor The Chattooga Lady Indians fell in the first round of the state tournament to a good Lamar County team, 6-2 and 6-3. In the first game the Indians were shot out and go only two hits. Ramsey Elrod and Katie Williams got the hits. Hannah Thrasher pitched for the Lady…

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Lady Bulldogs Fall To Mt. Zion; Have Bye Before State Playoffs

By J. SCOTT HELTON Sportswriter The Trion Lady Bulldogs ended their incredible 2019 regular season with a fantastic 19-3 record, but unfortunately, their last game before the state playoffs was a 2-1 loss to Mt. Zion. Both Pitchers led the way for their team with Trion’s Whitney Shepard pitching seven strong innings, allowing only two…

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Column: THE MASCOT DILEMMA

A Few Things To Consider THE MASCOT DILEMMA By J. SCOTT HELTON After binge-watching college football this weekend, I decided that in my column that I would try and get a few things off my chest and possibly have some things made clear to me in the process. Anyone that knows me understands that I…

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Scammer Claims To Be From Social Security Administration

A Summerville resident became another victim on a telephone scam on Thursday afternoon, according to police reports. Dan Price, of Summerville, received a call from someone claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. He gave them his social security number and then they asked him for money. They tried convincing him that he was…

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Governor Kemp’s New Appointee Has Local Connections

ATLANTA – Today Governor Brian P. Kemp announced his selection of J. Matthew Williamson as the new Solicitor General of the State Court of Walker County. Williamson’s appointment fills the vacancy created by Chris Townley’s recent resignation. In accepting this appointment, Williamson will leave his current role as Legal and Policy Director for Walker County.…

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