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USDA Working to Prevent African Swine Fever from Entering the U.S.

Last week, USDA-trained detector dogs played a major role in the seizure of smuggled pork from China where there is an outbreak of African swine fever

GA gang member sentenced to federal prison for threatening a tow truck driver with a gun

He also threatened to shoot and kill the apartment maintenance man who called for the tow. Williams is a three-time convicted felon and self-professed member of the “Duct Tape” gang.

Cryptocurrency CEO Pleads Guilty to Securities Fraud in $4 Million Crypto Scheme

According to his plea papers, Mr. Rice, 30, admits he lied to would-be investors, claiming that AriseBank – billed as the world’s “first decentralized banking platform” based on the proprietary digital currency AriseCoin – could offer consumers FDIC-insured accounts and traditional banking services, including Visa-brand credit cards, in addition to cryptocurrency services.

03/22/2019 Booking Report for Bulloch County

03/22/2019 Booking Report for Bulloch County Booking reports are details of arrests only. All persons below are considered to be innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law.

City of Summerville Releases Agenda for Special Called Meeting

City of Summerville P.O. Box 180 Summerville, GA 30747 Harry Harvey, Mayor​      Earl H. Parris, Seat 3 David Ford, Seat 1​                Joe Money, Jr.,...

2019 Statewide Turkey Hunting Season Opens March 23

“Reproduction in 2017 was lower than the four-year average, so that could mean a lower than usual supply of 2 year-old gobblers across much of the state in 2019,” explains Emily Rushton, Wildlife Resources Division wild turkey project coordinator. “However, that lower average comes between two better years, so hopefully other age classes will remain plentiful.”
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