Lt. Greg Kiker hugs his cousin Darlene Brown as his sister Brandy Cruse-Thomas waves a flag as he is greeted Saturday in Cohutta. He is retiring from the Navy after 18 years in the service. During his time in the service, he has served on six deployments in the Middle East, a humanitarian effort in Haiti, anti-piracy deployments off the coast of Africa and several other missions.
Police and Fire Games: Dalton firefighter snags second place
A seasoned Dalton firefighter placed second in the Toughest Overall Competitor event at the Police and Fire Games in Dalton on Monday.Continued ...
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