Austin Free Medical Clinic Impacts Community PDF Print E-mail
City on a Hill Church hosted a Free Medical Clinic and Food Give Away on Saturday, March 15, 2014 at Austin Elementary School.. “It was an amazing day!” said Peggy Nunley, volunteer coordinator for the free medical clinics.
Local teen helping to make a difference in her mom’s fight against Lupus PDF Print E-mail
On April 30, 2014, Savannah Robinson, 17, of Georgetown, will host the first ever “Champ’s Ball,” A Night to float like a butterfly for a disease that stings like a bee. The event’s premier sponsor, The Muhammad Ali Center, will also be the site for the event to benefit the Alliance for Lupus Research (ALR). 
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 13:04
Groundbreaking held for new Airport PDF Print E-mail

Elected officials, community leaders and many others joined with the Washington County Board of Aviation Commissioners last Wednesday to celebrate the beginning work on the new airport in Salem.

Floyd Central standout finishes college basketball career at Furman PDF Print E-mail
By George Browning
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In a lot of ways Brigid Morrissey’s college basketball career parallel her high school career.
She finished junior high at Highland Hills Middle School, then expected to play for Floyd Central Head Coach Joe Voelker.
Voelker stepped down and handed the reigns over to Kirk Hamsley and with the help of Morrissey and a talented crop of athletes, the two made history.
After Morrissey’s senior year of high school, she accepted a scholarship to play basketball at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.
A short time later, there was a coaching change and she ended up playing her career under a different coach than she had planned.
Just like at FC, Morrissey and Furman Head Coach Jackie Carson worked well together and helped make some history for the Lady Paladins.
Furman didn’t make the NCAA tournament this year, but they did put together an 18-13 record and got an invite to the women’s National Invitational Tournament.
Test drive of used car turns out to be quite a journey for pair of local men PDF Print E-mail
Two county residents are now facing Class D felony charges of auto theft because of a long, long test drive of a used car from an Austin auto dealer’s lot.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 April 2014 09:08
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