on Thursday, 17 October 2013.
A judge has reserved his decision yesterday on the challenge of a 2006 Lewis County all-terrain vehicle road-opening law following a 1½-day trial. According to the Johnston Newspaper group, acting state Supreme Court Judge Peter. Schwerzmann told petitioners and the county attorney that both sides had given him plenty of information to consider and promised to issue a ruling as soon as possible. Janette Peek of Watson, and Gerald Smith of Barnes Corners filed the legal challenge to the ATV Road opening law in 2011 and they represented themselves in court.
Whitesboro man charged with DWI
Hawkinsville Dam to be discussed at board meeting
Special event coming to Trinity Church
Old Newsboys event being held today
Nirvana gets grant from National Grid
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