HALLSVILLE — Mary Gooding has lived in Hallsville all her life. Seemingly oblivious to her surroundings, she glided gingerly toward the town’s busiest intersection — at Highway 24 and Route B — with the aid of her wheeled walker, intent on braving the homebound rush-hour traffic.
Hallsville’s new city administrator eyes quality growth
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