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Buena Vista, Georgia Funeral Homes
Rogers Street
Buena Vista, Georgia 31803
(229) 649-4179
Tazewell Road
Buena Vista, Georgia 31803
(229) 649-2478
Buena Vista, Georgia Obituaries and News
Walker County Sheriff’s Department report for Feb. 2-8, 2017 February 14, 2017

Jimmy Wayne Hollingsworth, 47, Middle Road, Lookout Mountain, Ga., disorderly conduct Mechele Nacy Pence ... driving while license suspended or revoked Roger Lee Bell, 27, Buena Vista Drive, Chattanooga, driving while license suspended or revoked, no ... (Fish Wrap)

Elizabeth “Liz” Wheat February 09, 2017

Burial will be at a later date in the Buena Vista Memorial Park Cemetery in Storm Lake. The Fratzke & Jensen Funeral Home in Storm Lake is in charge of the arrangements. Liz Ann Hughes, the daughter of Harvey and Arlyne (Morgan) Hughes was born on December ... (Storm Lake Pilot Tribune)

John Evans February 09, 2017

John T. Evans passed away at his home of 57 years in Buena Vista on Feb. 4, 2017, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. John was born in Cañon City on Oct. 5, 1924, to Ray and Mary Marguerite Evans. John spent his childhood years in the Arkansas ... (The Chaffee County Times)

UPDATE | Pettit wins mayor; Carpenter, Dickert and McGhee re-elected February 07, 2017

Turn right on Riverview Drive and the destination will be straight ahead. To get there from downtown North Augusta: Take Georgia Avenue to West Buena Vista Avenue. Take West Buena Vista Avenue and take a slight left onto Riverview Park Drive. The ... (WRDW-TV)

Turnout historically low for N. Augusta elections February 04, 2017

Brett Brannon and Bob Pettit are running for mayor. Brannon is a developer who built Jackson Square and the new University Hospital across Buena Vista Avenue. He owns Georgia-Carolina Physical Therapy. Pettit is a retired Air Force colonel who also was ... (The Augusta Chronicle)