The Collins High School Chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America competed in the Region 6 Star events competition. Members had to create a project that showcased the chapter and everything that the chapter has completed this year. Both junior and senior groups won first place and will advance to the state competition at the Galt House in Louisville on March 19-21. Receiving honors were (from left) Savannah Stroupe, Noelle Thompson, Kayle Stroupe, Justynne Miller and Billy Gene Tennill.
The Collins High School chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America held a food drive during January and raised more than 80 canned goods that will be donated to help support those community members in need this winter. Members are (from left) Billy Gene Tennill, Savanna Stroupe, Justynne Miller, Jasmine Valentine, Allie Stoltz, Noelle Thompson and Kayle Stroupe.
The Triple S Planning Commission is embroiled in a lawsuit with Bagdad Lumber Sawmill & Kiln about the company’s ability to operate as is at its location at 2932 Christiansburg Road in Bagdad.
His mill is located on a parcel zoned Agriculture, which Triple S officials say isn’t appropriate for this business.
But owner/operator Ron Harris claims in his suit that he had approval before opening the doors to his company. The courts will decide, and while they are, Harris is able to continue work while the courts decided the lawsuit.
In the middle of the first century AD a rather heated theological quarrel raged among the members of the early church. The church was quickly moving from its Jewish roots and locale in Jerusalem and into the larger Roman world, and as it did, there were many questions about how to live in and relate to a society with beliefs and practices that stood in marked contrast to the burgeoning Christian movement.