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FDR'S Legacy Sti i .................. I, Page 4 Ill I III ) the Face ofGenuine Courage - Page 6 Achievers Cited- 2 Th Hogansville ' )eath Notices- Pages 8 I I PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 Formerly The Hogansvllle Herald Received Each Week in 4,000 Homes in the HogansviUe-GrantviUe Area th S Robert Whatley han- a variety of cases during Hogansville Recorder's last Thursday. ranged from dri- on the wrong side of the public drunkenness. number of people were for disobeying railroad signs. William Jay Allen, charged speeding 41 mph in a 25 per hour school zone, was $115. Lemair Anderson, chargd sI 51 mph in a 35 hour zone, was issued to Appear warrant. David C. Askew, chargd driving on a suspended was bound over to State per his .... aorney's June Banks was $76.50 for a noise ordi- violation. Anissa V. Bartlett, for speed- 141 mph in a 25 mile per hour zone, was fined $115. Michael Wayne Black, ; 55 mph mile per hour zone, was failure to appear war- Jason Wesley Brooks, speeding 45 mph Rowena Brown, for a noise violation, was fined James Richard Bruce was speeding 40 mph 1115. Kameeka Marie Cameron, a seat belt violation for a under one year old, was $38. Shannon B. Davis, charged speeding 41 mph in a 25 hour school zone, was $115. Lori Ellen Freese, for speed- 63 mph in 35 mile per hour was fined $168. Brinson Gates, Jr., charged public drunkenness, had case continued until 14. Tony Curtis Glanton, for mph in 25 mile per school zone, was fined , for speed- ,50 mph in 25 mile per hour zone, had her case con- until December 14. COURT, Page 2A I I I I I Illl I I ON HER WAY - Kylie Bartlett continues to find success in pageant competitions, and will soon be on her way to Disney World. Going to Disney World!! Kylie Bartlett Wins Yet Another Title One of Hogansville's most famous youths has won another title and is on her way to try for one more. Kylie Bartlett, current 2000 Georgia Miss Troup County American Coed Sweetheart, leaves Sunday, November 19 for a fun-filled week of pre "hminaries at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida for the national pageant. Kylie, age 9, daughter of Be and Anissa Bartlett of Hogansville, won the title of 2000 Georgia Miss Troup County American Coed Sweetheart at a state pageant in Duluth in June. The National American Coed Pageant will be held November 25 at the fabulous Hilton inside Disney World. The city of I-Iogansville and Troup County residents wish Kylie the best of luck! I I II I I II Grant Okayed City's Streetscapes gia Department of has granted request and is up about $350,000 to Pavers SeeUh help with streetscapes on and around Main Street. "The city government and the Hogansville Charitable Trust have a lot of work to do with evaluations and other stud- ies before any check gets cut," said Tom Sills, Planning Director at Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center. See GRANT, Page 2A One Jailed After Raid For Drugs Sheriff's Department Uncovers Dope, Cash in Housing Project By John Kuykendall A Hogansville man was arrested Saturday on various drug charges by the Troup Cmmty Sheriff's Department, after the execution of a search warrant at a government hous- ing project in Hogansville. According to Troup County Sheriff Dermic Turner, the de-executed a no- Il eh Warrant at 9A Sunset Homes around 4:45 p.m. after receiving information drugs were being sold from the apartment. The department had received a complaint drugs were being sold from the apart- ment and began an investiga- tion. The investigation ended Saturday With the execution of the search warrant. "Agents, as they were gain- ing entry to the apartment, iden- tified themselves as officers of the Troup County Sheriff's Department," Turner said. "The suspect was found sleeping in the living room. After a brief struggle, the man was taken into custody." Arrested in the incident was Shannan Terrell Cameron, 20. Cameron was charged with pos- session of suspected crack cocaine, possession of suspect- ed marijuana with intent to dis- tribute, violation of the Georgia ControUed Substance Act with- in 1,000 feet of a government- owned housing project and crimintrespass. Turner said Cameron was charged with criminal trespass because he had been banned from the apartment complex because of a previous drug arrest. AccQrding to the police inci- dent report, officers found 20 bags of suspected marijuana, 13 bags of suspected crack cocaine and three bags contain- ing large slabs of crack cocaine on Cameron's person. The drugs seized had an esti- mated street value of $1,210. The officers also seized $338 in currency found in Cameron's possession. Water Supply Okay for Now Aldrich By Bryan Geter HogansviUe City Manager David Aldrich said the town's water supply is okay, although more usage restrictions are coming. Aldrich told the city council the EPD is going to send stricter measures on outdoor watering soon. Hogansville Water Plant Supervisor Bobby Sprayberry said Hogansville's reservoir was full and the city is still in good shape but several area cities are not. said the citi- zens of Hogansville need to be pru- dent, good stewards. "We have plenty of water at this time," he said. Dmi Aldrich Aldrich said thanks to City Attorney and State Representative Dan Lee, it looks as if the T21 grant will be approved for Hogansville. See CITY COUNCIL, Page 2A ELEVENTH HOUR - American Legion Post 152 of Hogansville held a celebration last Saturday to pay respect and to honor the men and women of all branches of the armed fomes,Donald Neese presided over the celebration, Dr. Jimmy Brown gave the invocation and Tommy Thrower spoke about the veterans who gave their time and efforts to proudly serve their country.