Federal stalemate ends for now, Shiloh Park reopens

Following the passage of a continuing resolution to temporarily fund government operations, which was signed into law last night by President Obama, federal government workers have returned to work–and national parks have reopened, including Shiloh National Military Park.

All Shiloh Park roads are again open to the public, and the park is open for business.

The continuing resolution that was passed only provides funding for government operations through Jan. 15, 2014.

Public notice, Animal Services meeting

The Hardin County Animal Services Committee will meet Thursday, Oct. 17 at the county courthouse conference room.

The 5:45 p.m. meeting is open to the public.

Four found dead in Alabama are from Savannah

Oct. 7– DOUBLE SPRINGS, Ala. (AP)– Police have identified four people from Tennessee who were found shot dead in rural Alabama.

The dead were discovered Wednesday inside a car parked on a logging road near a forest south of Double Springs.

Authorities said the deceased include 30-year-old Kevin Carey, 29-year-old Robert Hamrick, 29-year-old Kristie Hunt Hamrick and 37-year-old Andy Keith Hunt. Winston County Sheriff Rick Harris told Al.com that all four people were from Savannah, Tenn.

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