Downtown Canton might look a little different this week, as some of the storefronts and light fixtures were damaged and broken after an accident late Sunday night.
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Warning signs are everywhere, advising, cajoling, demanding. And for the most part they are necessary. Take for example a common one posted on freeway offramps declaring ‘Wrong Way.’ Now that’s one you’d want to pay attention to, unless of course you fancy multiple head-on collisions in your near future.
Most people define the success of sports teams by the scoreboard. Coaches know the scoreboard does not tell the full story. A losing team might have played the best game of the year while the winning team played poorly. Standardized testing can be compared to a football contest.
The holiday season is upon us! Actually, if you’ve been out to any major big box store, the holiday season has pretty much been upon us since mid-July, and seems to creep back a bit more every year!
Kenny Francis Prewitt left this earth to join his wife, Kimberli, in their heavenly home on Jan. 3, 2022.
Judith Juanell Gradick Putnam was born March 21, 1944, in Dallas, to the late Fletcher Jefferson Gradick and Evelyn Prue Becknell Gradick. She was a resident of Canton and worked in accounting.
A memorial service for Kari Anna Dillon (Mackey), 55, of Canton, will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022, at First Baptist Church in Canton with Pastor Mike Roberson officiating. A private family inurnment will be in Haven of Memories.
Funeral services were held for Charlcie “Chuck” Roland Wilkerson, 80, of Overton, Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022, at Eubank Funeral Home, Canton, with Bro. Mark Thacker officiating.