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Murphy – After what amounted to three full days of deliberation, the jury in the John Anthony Hill murder trial was not able to reach a unanimous verdict.
Andrews – With just two months until the event, the Andrews Chamber of Commerce is in the final planning stages of their annual Earth Day celebration, Spring Fling.
Violet – A senior citizen was killed Feb. 11 when his car went off a bank on the Unicoi Turnpike and he fell from the car, suffering fatal injuries.
Andrews – Ethne and Electa Tallant, representatives from the Andrews United Methodist Church kids group, brought valentines for all of the residents of Valley View Care & R
Andrews – Jason Johnson generally thinks of himself as an Andrews guy now, but he will never completely renounce his Murphy roots.
Murphy – An eight-man, four-woman jury continued deliberating the future of John Hill during his first-degree murder trial Tuesday in Cherokee County Superior Court.
Andrews – Corridor K has been discussed for more than 40 years, yet little to nothing has been done.
Hiawassee, Ga. – Marine Cpl. Jack Rhodes watched as the U.S. flag was raised on Mount Suribachi in Iwo Jima on Feb. 23, 1945.
Andrews – After 18 years of service, Jacqueline Hulse and Kelly Bryant are getting the opportunity to show they can manage the Andrews Public Library.
Nantahala – The slow pace of science has a Macon County murder case waiting in the wings.
Murphy – Members of Peachtree Church of God gathered at Konehete Park and spent a chilly Saturday providing food and other items to those in need.
Andrews – Bob Smith’s property is in an auction process at the moment, but he and his broker, Robin Sargent of Old Town Brokers, are concerned that an unknown change to the zon
Murphy – Wizarding students didn’t have to find Platform 9¾ to get to Hogwarts on Thursday night – all they had to do was find the Murphy Public Library.
Murphy – E-cigarette use, or vaping as some call it, is a real danger facing schools.