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Former drug addict: “Drugs will rip your freakin’ life apart”

By Carrie A. Mizell
Redeemed.
That’s how Josh Sullivan lives each day.

A late 90s football star at Trenton High School, Sullivan became a drug addict and even served time in prison before he turned his life around and started listening to God’s voice.

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3 arrested at meth house bust

Deputy Scotty Douglas and Sgt. Stephen Stalvey, both of the Gilchirst County Sheriff’s Office, arrested three men last week at a meth house bust.

James L. Herring
David M. Brookins
William J. Barnes

James L. Herring, 49, of Trenton was charged with Unlawful Possession of Listed Chemicals, Possession of Controlled Substance (Meth), Sale of Controlled Substance, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Herring was also arrested on a Gilchrist County warrant for Failure to Appear-Possession of Cannabis Less Than 20 grams by Lt. Sheryl Brown.
Judge Sheree Lancaster set Herring’s bond at 312,500.

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Scholarship Showdown raises over $10K


Education Foundation President Damon Leggett is shown with Directors of Emeritus Howell Lancaster,
Susan Bryant and D. Ray Harrison, Jr. at Friday night’s Scholarship Showdown.

The Education Foundation’s 2nd Annual Scholarship Showdown raised just over $10,000 on Friday night.

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Grant funds paving in Bell

By Carrie A. Mizell
Paving crews will begin pouring asphalt on four streets in Bell beginning in September.
Kushmer Street, Adams Street, Hough Street and Wesley Avenue will be paved, Dan Cavanaugh, Bell Town Manager, explained last week. Crews have already begun prepping the roadways.

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