As part of the state budget for fiscal year 2018, both Gilmer’s public library and riverside park will receive funding to provide signif
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A local realtor interested in what makes communities prosper hopes to put what she learned in a statewide economic development course to
Betty Reece, left, and Penny Davis play not so much in the dirt, but rather in the mud while picking cucumbers from a vegetable garden at the Highland Rivers Health clinic on Progress Road.
Land disturbing and building permits have been issued for the construction of an eight-screen stadium seated movie theater near the High