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Treasure Hunters Roadshow in town next week expecting to pay out $300,000 for precious metals, collectible items

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Got gold? Or maybe a vintage Martin guitar? Perhaps you’re not as attached to your grandpappy’s Elgin pocket watch as you once thought, especially with money so tight. For that matter, is that box of sterling silver flatware you only drag out once a year for Thanksgiving really worth the hassle of cleaning up? If that sounds familiar, the folks at Ohio Valley Gold and Silver Refinery and the Treasure Hunters Roadshow want to make a deal. They’ll be in town over the next five days exchanging  cash for such items, beginning Tuesday.


Officers honored for their service at Chamber's annual law enofcement appeciation dinner

Two departmental divisions and three individuals were honored this week at the 2009 Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner, which honors law enforcement and emergency services personnel’s service to the community.


Carnivals, activities abound this weekend

This time of year, with its colorful nature displays, brings to mind two things. For parents and thrill seekers it brings to mind Halloween and its many assorted spooky activities. While not all churches host or participate in Halloween activities, many churches do denote the approach of November as a time of harvest and thanksgiving.

Brashear woman found guilty of animal cruelty

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A three-day jury trial concluded Thursday afternoon with a Brashear woman being jailed on two counts of animal cruelty stemming from a May rescue of 57 horses from her property. The charges are for two horses veterinarians said were  so deteriorated from neglect that they had to be euthanized.


Rains County man sentenced to more than 800 years in prison; jury deliberates child sexual assault verdict in less than 4 minutes

A Rains County jury took mere minutes this week to find a man guilty of nine counts of sexual offenses against children, eventually sentencing him to more than 800 years in prison. Eighth Judicial District Judge Robert Newsom presided over the trial of William “David” Dennie, 60, that is believed to have returned the quickest verdict in a criminal case in the county’s history.

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