News Line for Thomson

Washington’s police shutdown not forseen for Thomson
Could Thomson put its police force out of work as a neighboring city has done to save money? “I don’t anticipate it happening anytime in the near future but you never say never,” said Mayor Kenneth Usry.
Source: McDuffie Progress

Council approves police car cameras and talks ditches
Two of the most active patrol cars in the Thomson Police Department will now have video to back up officers when they make traffic stops, and for their protection.
Source: McDuffie Progress

Council announces Depot reopen, approves alcohol licenses
The Kiwanis Club of Thomson was the first group to meet in the refurbished Thomson Depot when the building reopened Monday, April 14.
Source: McDuffie Progress

Council hears pitch for new apartment complex
The Thomson City Council is exploring the possibility of an apartment complex on White Oak Road.
Source: McDuffie Progress

Council announces Depot reopen, approves alcohol licenses
The Kiwanis Club of Thomson was the first group to meet in the refurbished Thomson Depot when the building reopened Monday, April 14.
Source: McDuffie Progress

Plane crash suits could bankrupt, Thomson mayor says
Lawsuits stemming from a fatal plane crash in Thomson spurred a House subcommittee Monday to approve legislation giving cities the same protection from lawsuits as counties.
Source: Augusta Chronicle