Master Sgt. Matthew Hurless presents a flag to Jimmy Hill of Texas, father of U.S. Airman 1st Class Michael James Hill of Canton during his interment at the Georgia National Cemetery on Sept. 12, 2015. Married for only a year and a half and with a baby on the way, the life of the 20-year-old Hill was cut short when he died in a two-vehicle wreck while serving in Germany. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Master Sgt. Matthew Hurless presents a flag to Jimmy Hill of Texas, father of U.S. Airman 1st Class Michael James Hill of Canton during his interment at the Georgia National Cemetery on Sept. 12, 2015. Married for only a year and a half and with a baby on the way, the life of the 20-year-old Hill was cut short when he died in a two-vehicle wreck while serving in Germany. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 08-03-15 Physical education teacher Shona Roberts helps second-grader Clara Oliver find her classroom on the first day of school at Sixes Elementary School in Woodstock, Ga., on Aug. 3, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

08-03-15 Physical education teacher Shona Roberts helps second-grader Clara Oliver find her classroom on the first day of school at Sixes Elementary School in Woodstock, Ga., on Aug. 3, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Robert "Bo" Wallace kneels in prayer during the invocation before a Patriot Day Ceremony presented by Cherokee County Public Safety in downtown Canton, Ga. The community remembered those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, on the 14th anniversary of the attacks. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Robert "Bo" Wallace kneels in prayer during the invocation before a Patriot Day Ceremony presented by Cherokee County Public Safety in downtown Canton, Ga. The community remembered those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, on the 14th anniversary of the attacks. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Macedonia residents Patsy Hagen, left, with her husband John, John Whitman and John Schneider look at a map of proposed improvements to Highway 20 at a public information open house at Calvary Baptist Church on Sept. 15, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Macedonia residents Patsy Hagen, left, with her husband John, John Whitman and John Schneider look at a map of proposed improvements to Highway 20 at a public information open house at Calvary Baptist Church on Sept. 15, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Bianca Washbaugh of Woodstock votes in the presidential primary with her son Reid, 3, and daughter Avery, 2, at Little River Elementary School in Woodstock, Ga, on March 1, 2016. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Bianca Washbaugh of Woodstock votes in the presidential primary with her son Reid, 3, and daughter Avery, 2, at Little River Elementary School in Woodstock, Ga, on March 1, 2016. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Fifth-grader Caleb Clendaniel gets help from Brad Leak as Abraham Lincoln for a scavenger hunt during Civil War Day at Bascomb Elementary School on Oct. 30, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Fifth-grader Caleb Clendaniel gets help from Brad Leak as Abraham Lincoln for a scavenger hunt during Civil War Day at Bascomb Elementary School on Oct. 30, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Ryan Pattillo of Canton, 6, practices running to home base during a two-day baseball camp for four to seven-year-olds at Creekview High School led by Coach Mike Nayman on June, 11, 2015. / (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Ryan Pattillo of Canton, 6, practices running to home base during a two-day baseball camp for four to seven-year-olds at Creekview High School led by Coach Mike Nayman on June, 11, 2015. / (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Four-year-old Clay Kramer covers his eyes as he passes a scary scarecrow in downtown Woodstock, Ga., with his grandmother Twyla Halloway of Woodstock on Oct. 16, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Four-year-old Clay Kramer covers his eyes as he passes a scary scarecrow in downtown Woodstock, Ga., with his grandmother Twyla Halloway of Woodstock on Oct. 16, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Retired Lt. Col. Jim Lawrence tells Cherokee Charter Academy students about the operation of the B-17 used in the movie, "Memphis Belle," during a field trip to the Cherokee County Airport on Dec. 14, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Retired Lt. Col. Jim Lawrence tells Cherokee Charter Academy students about the operation of the B-17 used in the movie, "Memphis Belle," during a field trip to the Cherokee County Airport on Dec. 14, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Five-year-old Noah Ridler, Becky Ridler and Haley Blackwell of Ball Ground wave flags as the funeral procession of U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Skip Wells passes through Canton, Ga. on July 26, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Five-year-old Noah Ridler, Becky Ridler and Haley Blackwell of Ball Ground wave flags as the funeral procession of U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Skip Wells passes through Canton, Ga. on July 26, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Rachel Fisher hugs Mackenzie Schmidt in front of a mock car accident as part of Etowah High School's Ghost Out demonstration on March 26, 2015. Students, police, firefighters and an emergency helicopter were used in a simulation of a crash with four fatalities to remind students of safe driving. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Rachel Fisher hugs Mackenzie Schmidt in front of a mock car accident as part of Etowah High School's Ghost Out demonstration on March 26, 2015. Students, police, firefighters and an emergency helicopter were used in a simulation of a crash with four fatalities to remind students of safe driving. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

 Alina Ham and Manuela Herrera, both seniors at Etowah High School, listen to one of Coach Keith Roddy's favorite songs at a candlelight vigil held in his memory at the school on Jan. 15, 2015. Roddy's encouragement kept Herrera running track even when she wanted to quit. Hundreds of students and teachers attended the vigil where many remembered his ability to make science come alive and light up a classroom. / Staff - Kathryn Ingall

Alina Ham and Manuela Herrera, both seniors at Etowah High School, listen to one of Coach Keith Roddy's favorite songs at a candlelight vigil held in his memory at the school on Jan. 15, 2015. Roddy's encouragement kept Herrera running track even when she wanted to quit. Hundreds of students and teachers attended the vigil where many remembered his ability to make science come alive and light up a classroom. / Staff - Kathryn Ingall

 Leslie Ballew, left, and Audrey Ashford laugh during the Creekview High School graduation ceremony held at the First Baptist Church of Woodstock on May, 28, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)

Leslie Ballew, left, and Audrey Ashford laugh during the Creekview High School graduation ceremony held at the First Baptist Church of Woodstock on May, 28, 2015. (Kathryn Ingall / The Cherokee Tribune)