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Published:
11/17/2015 9:35:02 AM
Last Updated:
11/17/2015 1:21:34 PM


The Reminisce Inn on East Main Street in Huntingdon will be demolished due to the high cost of renovation.
 

This week’s headlines:

Director of Carroll Academy Randy Hatch recently signed a contract with top Hollywood producers granting them rights to make a movie featuring his experience as head coach of the Lady Jaguar basketball team.

Reminisce Inn was slated for demolition at the Nov. 10 Huntingdon Town Board meeting due to high renovation and maintenance costs.

A teenage girl is still missing after reportedly running away from her Huntingdon home last Wednesday.

The body of a Trezevant man was discovered Thursday. The man had been missing since Aug. 2.

Former Bruceton Police Officer Frank McGee was not reinstated at an appeal hearing on Thursday at Bruceton City Hall. The Bruceton Mayor and Board of Aldermen made plans at their Nov. 10 meeting to budget for and hire one full-time police officer, five part-time officers, and one part-time clerk.

A Clarksburg School employee was diagnosed with whooping cough. The disease can be especially dangerous to small children and infants.

Kevin Smothers, HCHS teacher charged with sexual harassment, is looking at new charges this week.

A Bruceton woman was treated for a gunshot wound after an altercation at a Hollow Rock residence.

Read these stories and more in this week’s issue of the Carroll County News-Leader!

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