“From Prison to the Olympics” - Tony Hoffman speaks to area students about addiction
Tony Hoffman’s tour of speaking engagements included stops at area schools. Hoffman’s presentation, “From Prison to the Olympics,” focuses on his journey into addiction and back as well as his determination to attend the Olympics after incarceration. >>
Huron Pines restores 40 miles of
stream connection on Gilchrist Creek
Gilchrist Creek is flowing freely once again since conservation nonprofit Huron Pines replaced two undersized crossing structures at Carter Road and Greasy Creek Road, reconnecting more than 40 miles of coldwater trout habitat and fixing long term issues with road maintenance. >>
Hale defense impenetrable for Huskies
The young team of Atlanta Huskies, with Trace Juergens as the only senior, took notes on the Hale Eagles during the first half of the Atlanta home game on Sept. 17 and improved on them in the second half. >>
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