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Movies, Groceries I .... Grizzard Expn,-00- Wisdom of 1953 Mysteries oi I w An Historic Milestone! -5,4 i Formerly The Hogansville Herald Serving the Hogansville-Grantville Area Since 1944 PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 60, NO. 29 HOGANSVILLE, GEORGIA - THURSDAY, JULY 17, 2003 8 PAGES 1 SECTION * 50 Knife in to Jail 'CLINT CLAYBROOK ansville Police last charged a local man during the com- of a crime and pos- by a con- felon after he pro- and a knife L his after being as a possible 32, was charged with shoplifting he )roduced a pair pf vaued at $13.90, his pants pocket a police report. incident occured at y at 100 Highway 29, in down- on July 9, George Collins, a Written report, said that called to the drug where he was met by manager Charlene "She handed me a .22-cal- Cobra Enterprises and a pocket knife," Alen attempted the store -and, tl. r buzzer sounded. Bruce asked Allen in his pock- pulled out a knife un and handed I to here. then asked Allen was anything else" llen handed her a pair glasses from his back suspect said he was his brother's (walk- horts and didn't know the was arrested and to the Troup County an unrelated inci- C. Johnson Hogansville Mini was burglarized 7" and a televi- various.tapes . Woman who drove off failing to pay for $26 of gaoline at the 1945 East Main was chased by the OWner in his vehicle. TASTEFUL CELEBRATION- The Hogansville Flagg Bank celebrated the Forth of ,y eany on the third. Bank staffeJ hoge  mot uuCl Cookout in f r nL/ bk. :)me 150 plisW'e ser e d, [ J served - none other than Cory Keele and Johnny Lockhard of the Hogansville Police Department. Two Face Meth Charges By JOHN KUYKENDALL Two Hogansville resi- dents were charged with criminal attempt to manu- facture methamphetamine (Meth) on Wednesday, July 9. According to reports filed at the Troup County Sheriff's Department, about 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, agents with the Troup County Sheriff's Office Drug Unit executed a search warrant at 180 West Hopson Road after receiving information that a male, William Johnathan Allen, 32, and a female, Paige Maria Blackeney, 32, were manu- facturing Meth at the loca- tion. The officers obtained a search warrant and upon arrival at the residence, agents made contact with Lithium battery hulls Rock salt * Sulfuric acid coffee filters (two of which contained Ephedrine pill powder waste, a product used for producing Meth) , Empty Ephedrine cold pill packs, Digital scales A plastic jug containing Ephedrine pill powder residue, At the time the search warrant was executed, agents discovered that Allen had been arrested earlier that day by the HogansviUe Police Department for shoplifting and possession of firearm by a convicted felon. Agents noted in the report, at the time of Allen's arrest, he was found to be in possession of two cans of starting fluid. Blakeney and Allen were macka', 'gtntne ....... transpd-T'/fi-fEd Troup bedroom of the home. The officers searched the resi- dence which revealed the fol- lowing items used to manu- facture Meth: Six starting fluid can (ether) Denatured alcohol Aquarium tubing Glassware County Jail and charged with criminal attempt to manu- facture Meth. Agents from the Troup County Sheriff's Department participating in the execution of the search warrant were: Cpt. William Grizzard, Investigator Wesley Gaddy and Deputy Scott McRae. 'eHogansville' Website Continuing to Prosper By CLINT CLAYBROOK Hogansville is growing on the World Wide Web. Brian Wood, creator of the eHogansville websit e, says the site, which features information about the city, its businesses, churches and civic clubs among other issues, is attracting more "hits" on the Internet every week. Wood started the web site in recent weeks as a public service aimed at helping new- comers find out about and keep up with the city's busi- nesses, government and civic clubs and other activities going on in the city. Now, folks can find news stories from the Hogansville Home News on the web site every week. Millard Grimes, presi- dent of Grimes Publications, owner of the newspaper, recently gave eHogansville See WEBSiTE, Page 2A Cable Services Closer in Hogansville CLAYBROOK Municipal mnica- has completed a agreement that would to, over several months, a "digital er David allowng the Comport that in time bring high-speed service, telephone new Cable TV to the city is to let officials study the drafted by Ed part-time consult- GMA. Works for GMA as a consult- this job is to look out of the city sure we comply with all the laws," Aldrich said. "He's submtted a draft agreement to Comport LLC for their mark-up and review. Once we get that back, we'll try to proceed to an agree- ment. "We'll review it and once it complies with everything, I fully expect to see and agreemement" with Comport, which is operated by Gary Thigpen and his son Gary. The Thigpens have told the City Council that in exchange for using the city's rights-of-way and its utiity poles for the installatin of fiber optic cable, the compa- ny will agree to pay the city 4 percent of gross revenues from operation of the system. At last week's City Council meeting, Craig Thigpen and a representative of Scientific Atlanta said that By Cllnt Claybrook ADDING PRIVACY - Workmen were busy on Monday adding privacy fencing near this gazebo at the Victoria Belle Mansion t 602 E. Main Street in Hogansville. Careful: Manhole Tops Low The City of Hogansvilie is currently having many sewer mains cleaned and videoed. This is part of a proj- ect to identify our infiltra- tion and inflow problems on our sewer system. As part of this process we are having to remove the manhole covers. This leaves a drop in the asphalt to the cover. We are now trying to go behinl the work and replace asphalt on manhole tops to bring them back to grade level. We apologize for any inconvenience this brings and we will try to address the work areas as soon as possi- ble. Thank you for your patience as we are trying to make our sewage system bet- ter and more efficient for you, our customers. See HIGH SPEED,, Page 2A