JACKSONVILLE — A pedestrian is in critical condition after being struck by a car Tuesday night.
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A great many local residents who turned up at the Jacksonville Public Library to cast ballots in Tuesday's Jacksonville ISD and state constitutional amendment elections apparently were unaware they were in the wrong place to vote.
This year's Cherokee County Hay Show & Sale, held Tuesday at the Cherokee County Exposition Center in Jacksonville, raised approximately $14,000, part of which will benefit a scholarship fund for county students.
Despite a recent bout with breast cancer and losing both a child and a grandchild to different illnesses, 97-year-old Ponta resident Elna Perkins is quick to point out that her life has been filled with blessings.
Stephanie Raymer, a Regional Partnership Specialist with the Health and Human Services Commission, will field questions about the Affordable Care Act during a 10 a.m. session Thursday at First Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville.
Growing up, Jacksonville native, Preston Parker always had a great love of music.
Magnificent greenery. A place to sit down. A children's playground. Crepe myrtles. Rose bushes.
Perhaps even a memorial for the late Dr. Charles Grady "Charlie" Plyler, who passed away at age 77 on March 16, 2010.