Perchance you have stepped outside recently for whatever reason and seen tiny bits of what appear to be white lint. One’s first reaction might be, “Someone needs a new lint cover for their dryer exhaust.” However, the “pieces of fuzz” are not what they seem — they are bugs.
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It was still dark when I woke up Friday morning. I could hear the gurgle of the automatic coffee maker and the inviting smell of Maxwell House French Roast drifted up the stairwell as I made my way down to take the dogs out for their morning ritual.
Bob Cesaro, stage name, Robert James Starr, will be performing solo at the Wing Dang Doodle Festival during the Talent Showcase, featuring local talent. Cesaro is releasing an album titled, Unfinished Bizzness, which he will be giving out free copies of at the festival.
Forest High graduate and former front-office secretary, Heather Hanks Hollingsworth was released from her position on Sept. 1 and later arrested following allegations of inappropriate contact via digital media with a student under the age of 18.
An exchange of gunfire in the county late Friday night has left one man dead and another injured according to Scott County Sheriff Mike Lee.
With expansions, investments, equipment, and improvements in line for the future in Scott County facilities, Raytheon Company and Koch Foods applied to the Scott County Board of Supervisors for tax exemptions over the next ten years.
The scars of Hurricane Katrina were brought to memory with the arrival of Hurricane Harvey in Texas last week and multiple groups in Scott County immediately began collecting items to transport to Texas.
For a writer, the idea of retiring never takes root. Once a writer, one must write until the end; knowing that some piece at some point will be thelast piece, and it may even be left incomplete.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested a man on Thursday, July 27 allegedly near the Forest Elementary School campus.