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The Courier will soon put out a special section celebrating Hinesville's 175th anniversary and plans to supplement the section with videos, more photos and stories online. We're asking you to help make the section and/or web presentation better. Submit your old photographs and stories about the city and we'll see how they can be used. It doesn't matter if it's a photo of you as a child standing outside the Friendly Grocery or a first hand account of the Skirmish at Hinesville, we're interested. Any topics related to city will be welcome and, remember, a day or two after something happen's, it's history. If your photos and stories are already on your computer, just email them to me, If they are hard copies, bring them down to the office, 125 S. Main and we'll get them digitized. If the stories are handwritten or typed but fading on old paper, we may not be able to get them done, but photographs and readable copy will be scanned quickly and returned to you promptly.

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