Headlines You Missed

Among the highlights: An arrest was made in connection with last week's bomb threat at the Pilgrim's Pride processing plant on Univeter Road. The Canton City Council did not raise senior garbage rates.

Click on the following links for the stories you might have missed between Sept. 16-Sept. 22:


Ministry Spotlight: Big Springs UMC Welcomes New Pastor


Article: 8 Named National Merit Semifinalists

Article: Canton Man Arrested After Pilgrim's Pride Bomb Threat

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Article: Cherokee Historians Oppose Archives Closure


Article: County Commission Approves Resolution On Grand Jury Recommendations

Article: Georgia Cancer Specialists Settles with Feds over Medicare Billing


Article: Cherokee County Humane Society Gears Up For Fundraiser

Article: Preview: Should Canton Seniors Pay More for Garbage?


Announcement: Cherokee Youth to Host Fields of Fath

Article: Canton Senior Garbage Rate Won't Change

Local Voices blog: Refuge for the Hungry


Viewfinder: Lassiter Routs Cherokee

Viewfinder: Kell Squeaks By Creekview 33-29

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