Wed
09
Mar

Tau members attend technology training

Tau Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma (DKG) International received a short course in Google Drive and other technological advances March 1 at the elementary school. Rachel Bossier instructed the members on the simple use of the program that is stored in a cloud and not on your computer.

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Wed
09
Mar

StoneLeaf hosts grand opening, offers move-in special

Attending the ribbon cutting were (in no particular) Patricia Pratt, Freestone County Historical Museum; Karen Leidy, Freestone County Times; Gail Farish, Creations Flowers & Gifts; Amy Freeman, Navarro SBDC; Barbara Hall; Brenda Shultz, Fairfield Chamber of Commerce; Robbye Meyer; Maria Salazar; Cindy Endsley; Ben Dempsey, StoneLeaf vice president; Naomi White; Chris Mullen; Lauren Long, StoneLeaf; Erica Steakley, StoneLeaf; Mayor Roy Hill; Liz Thornton; Mark Leon; Sid Ivy; Mike and Victoria Sugrue, StoneLeaf; and Christine Bradley.

Photo by April Walker

Thanks to one man's legacy 49 families now have a home in Fairfield. Fairfield resident Sid Ivy, who sold the land to StoneLeaf, was instrumental in the process of providing hoomes for local residents. StoneLeaf held their grand opening event last week boasting a crowd of approximately 50 attendees.

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Wed
09
Mar

Incumbents voted out, runoffs set after Super Tuesday

Candidates and their families anxiously awaited results to be delivered from each voting precinct during Super Tuesday. Pictured at the right are sheriff candidate Robert Willis (seated), along with his family, and City Police Officer David Utsey (standing).

Photo by April Walker

Two elected officials were voted out of office in the primary elections last week. Freestone County Sheriff Don Anderson and County Attorney Chris Martin will be replaced in January 2017 by Jeremy Shipley and Brian Evans, respectively. Shipley won the seat of sheriff with 2,525 votes, or 52 percent, while Evans took the county attorney position with 2,310 votes, or 50.9 percent.

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