The barriers are down and the Calhoun-Gilmer local phone connection seems to be working well, most of the time.

After a shaky start last Friday, Frontier-Citizens and Verizon seem to have the bugs worked out.

You'll still have to obtain numbers on your own, call information for a price, or pay $17 to $24 for a phone book.

The new "local" phone book, which usually is published in August, will likely have the regional phone numbers.

The good Frontier-Citizens news is .... we have some local guys who work for them, still stationed in Sunny Cal, who do an excellent job.

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