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first_img Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Email the author Latest Stories New beginnings Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Laney also remembered the autumn days when Sam Adams would hitch the mule to the cane mill and grind cane. Folks would come in droves to get the sweet nectar of the fields.“Sam was a character,” Laney said. “He loved to play tricks on people. One of his favorite tricks was to shellac a quarter to the counter. People would try to pick it up but, of course, they couldn’t. Sam would get a big kick out of that. It was a fun place and everybody enjoyed going there.”And, it’s that kind of atmosphere that Charles Adams wanted to recreate with the new “modern” Adams store.In speaking about the new studio/shop, Adams said that Sam “wouldn’t like it.” It would be too fancy for him and he would think the money could have been better spent. But Adams’ son, David, said that times have changed and, “if you don’t change with them, you get left behind.”David Adams said the idea was to achieve a “modern rustic” look for the new studio/shop.“We didn’t want to have floor that you would fall through,” Adams said, laughing. “We just wanted to have a floor that looked like you might fall through.“We wanted to embrace the past and move forward. To do that, we had to use a broad brush stroke.”David Marsh, the carpenter who made the new look old, said the biggest challenge was to create a shop that was warm and welcoming — a place where people would feel “at home” as soon as they walked through the door.“It was a lot of hard work but I think we got the look and feel Charles and his family wanted,” he said.Frances Revel agreed that the new store is exactly what it should be in today’s world.“I started coming here when Adams Nut Shop was a little tiny place,” she said. “Back then, the Adams were the kindness and most caring people that I have ever known and they are the same today. They are all extremely talented. They have used their creativity and talent in making every effort to keep a part of the treasure of the past. It could not be any better than it is.”Most of the celebration, Charles Adams was busy talking with well-wishers but, other times, he stood quietly and looked around as if he couldn’t believe what he was seeing.“We all encouraged him to build back,” David Adams said and added with a laugh that, “if he didn’t, he would drive us all crazy.”David Adams said losing the store hit the entire family hard.“I wasn’t here when it started but, it was a lot worse than I had thought,” he said.“When something that you’ve known all your life is suddenly gone, it’s hard. But, with a lot of hard work and the help of a lot of people, we’re back with a nut shop and a studio that fits the times and we are very thankful.” Almost to the day a year ago, the longstanding Adams business on Highway 231 south of Troy was totally destroyed by fire.Most of those who came to celebrate the official opening of the new business with Charles Adams and his family Thursday had some connection to the business that was started in 1953 by Sam Adams, the father of Charles Adams.“Oh, I remember on hot summer days we would drive up from Brundidge to Sam’s to get ice cold watermelon,” said Dot Laney. “They had a screened-in area with tables and they sold watermelon by the slice. When the sun hit that red watermelon meat, the sugar in the watermelon would sparkle like diamonds.” Print Article Published 11:00 pm Thursday, November 29, 2012 Skip By Jaine Treadwell Morgan Drinkard, Johnson Center Director, and Charles Adams stand next to the piece, Angel from the Ashes, which will be donated to the Center’s live auction next week.Cokes for six cents? Peanuts for a dime?You’ve gotta be kidding!But, no, the ribbon cutting Thursday afternoon at the “re-newed” Adams Nut Shop and Adams Glass Studio was a opportunity to, once again, experience the good ol’ days when a quarter was a lot of money and “Adams on the highway” was a gathering place where locals rubbed elbows with the “touristers.” Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits By The Penny Hoarder Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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first_imgWHATS ON YOUR MIND TODAY?We hope that today’s “Readers Forum” will provoke honest and open dialogue concerning issues that we, as responsible citizens of this community, need to address in a rational and responsible way?”Todays “Readers Poll” question is: Do you feel that America is headed in the right direction?Please take time and read our articles entitled “STATEHOUSE Files, CHANNEL 44 NEWS, LAW ENFORCEMENT, READERS POLL, BIRTHDAYS, HOT JOBS” and “LOCAL SPORTS”.  You now are able to subscribe to get the CCO daily.If you would like to advertise on the CCO please contact us City-County [email protected]’S FOOTNOTE:  Any comments posted in this column do not represent the views or opinions of the City-County Observer or our advertisers.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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The Reviews Are In: iDRAC9 Delivers

first_imgThe integrated Dell Remote Access Controller 9 (iDRAC9) has a reputation for delivering a great systems management experience – don’t just take our word for it. Take a look at these recent server reviews for the PowerEdge R240 and the PowerEdge R740xd2. Customers enjoy the end-to-end management and the ease of use that comes embedded into every PowerEdge server and server sled.The latest version of the iDRAC9 continues to deliver comprehensive management capabilities. This version adds new security, automation and storage related features.Security without containmentiDRAC9 enables cyber-resilience for the Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio. These security features give you control over how to secure your infrastructure. Cipher Suite Selection can be used to increase the security of iDRAC9 by limiting the ciphers negotiated by iDRAC9.Support for HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS), allows web browsers to interact using only the secure HTTPS protocol, and not HTTP.These features, as well as, previously released features of iDRAC9, like System Lockdown, give you more control over your security policies.Built for automationWith the latest enhancements to iDRAC automation, you can add more complex infrastructure components to your automation policies. The latest edition adds support for new updates of the DMTF Redfish standard. These updates offer management of even more server operations and devices. Updates include the flexibility to manage servers directly from an operating system interface. In addition, iDRAC has always allowed typical out-of-band management. This helps users more easily integrate PowerEdge servers into their existing processes, and provides a more consistent server management experience.Effortlessly manage the latest technologiesThrough Dell EMC partnerships with industry technology innovators, iDRAC9 maintains a robust, timely support for server components. This latest release is no exception. Through close collaboration between Dell EMC and Intel, PowerEdge servers can discover, monitor, configure and update supported Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory and Intel® Optane™ DC SSDs agent-free through iDRAC9. This release also expands System Erase capability to BOSS M.2 drives and adds support for firmware updates for the integrated Dual SD card Module (iDSDM) for VMware ESXi.Manage more – More completely with iDRAC9Every new technology is introduced with management capability. But, have you considered the cost of managing every component in your server individually? With iDRAC9 you can streamline management of the critical components of your server. You can manage BIOS, RAID, NIC, thermals and more, all from the intuitive interface. You can also choose how you want to manage. You can expand iDRAC management into the host OS through the Dell EMC iDRAC Service Module (iSM), manage by commands with Dell EMC RACADM CLI, 0r, you can automate management through scripting.If you aren’t using iDRAC9 for PowerEdge management, now is the time.last_img read more

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Holton man sentenced in attempted cop murder case

first_imgVersailles, In. — A Holton man has been sentenced to 41 years in prison for an incident that involved the attempted murder of a police officer.Timothy Bowman was convicted by a jury in March of this year for attempted murder, pointing a firearm, domestic battery, and invasion of privacy and was sentenced Tuesday in Ripley Circuit Court.Multiple victims were present, including the police officer that was threatened and Bowman’s family members when the crime was committed.Hertel hoped that this will provide some closure to a family that has suffered major losses in the past few years.  Also, Hertel encouraged the public to reach out the next time they cross paths with a police officer and shake their hand and thank them for what they do.  Many times police officers come into contact with people who are at their worst and difficult to deal with.  These men and women protect and uphold our laws but they also risk their lives so that our families can be safe.  They aren’t recognized enough but in this case someone tried to take their lives and it became even more clear for someone integrally involved in the system how dangerous their job can be.last_img read more

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