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HEFLIN - A Roanoke man and woman were recently indicted by the Cleburne County Grand Jury in connection with a high-speed chase last fall that began at Woodland and ended near Ranburne when the couple fled on foot and shot at law enforcement. Read more

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WADLEY - At Monday's meeting of Wadley Town Council, the council approved an amendment concerning mobile or manufactured homes in the newly adopted zoning ordinance. Read more

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FRANKLIN, Ga. - Heard County Sheriff's Office, along with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, has made an arrest in the death of the woman identified as Regina Trotter, who was found deceased on Mason Road in western Heard County on the morning of Feb 1. Read more

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Randolph County Historical Museum Board President Dana Chandler (right) gratefully accepts a $1,000 donation from Woodland Civic Club representative Mike Strain for the museum restoration project. The museum board asks that you consider a tax-deductible donation to the restoration effort. Ch… Read more

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ANNISTON - Effective Feb. 15 at 7 a.m., all Regional Medical Center patients who are negative for COVID-19 will be allowed one visitor during their stay from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Read more

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WEDOWEE - It was a quiet, somber service last Friday with some tears flowing over the loss of a fellow officer of Randolph County Sheriff's Department. A private memorial service was held in the main courtroom of Randolph County Courthouse to celebrate the life and work of county canine offi… Read more

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At a Zoom meeting of Roanoke Utilities Board, last week, the board received a clean report on their yearly audit. The audit showed no error of findings resulting in a clean report. The report did show a $316,000 loss and some $600,000 in depreciation. The depreciation means there was some ex… Read more

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