News for Saturday, September 20, 2008


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Dead, alleged drug dealer was 15 years old

By Daniel Silliman

America, can we survive these evil days? - James C. Bell

We live in a fallen world. Ever since Adam and Eve listened to the temptation of the serpent, Satan, and disobeyed God, mankind has lived in a wicked, sinful and fallen world.

The counting of the flock this weekend

By Joel Hall

City, county officials coming to rail 'summit'

By Daniel Silliman

Knowing the source of real love - Mary Jane Holt

"You don't wake up one morning and say, 'I want to be a drug addict, a stripper, a prostitute.' You get there one choice at a time. There are approximately 6,000 strippers in the metro Atlanta area. And there are hundreds of strip clubs where they dance," said Cindy Horneman.

Clayton Regional Law Enforcement Academy graduates two classes

By Daniel Silliman

Fewer pupils equal fewer funds for individual schools

By Curt Yeomans

Probe Fair arrives Monday

Henry County will host the annual Probe College Fair at Ola High School on Monday, Sept. 22, 6-8 p.m. Probe is the college fair tour that attracts representatives from non-profit educational institutions, to shopping malls, civic centers, and high schools throughout the state. Ola High School is located at 353 North Ola Road in McDonough. For more information, contact your local high school counselor, or the Probe Fair Executive Director Bill Smith at (404) 355-8586.

Racers preparing for Street Drag Nationals in Hampton

By Jason A. Smith

North Clayton flies by Ola

By Doug Gorman

9-20-08 obituaries

Eddy Lee McDougald

Jonesboro survives late Dutchtown scare, 14-12

By Brian Paglia