News for Tuesday, September 15, 2009


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When should 'a thousand words' give way to silence?

On Aug. 14, a young Marine Lance Corporal, Joshua Bernard, was struck by a Taliban-fired RPG during an ambush while on patrol in Afghanistan's Helmand Province.

Boy Scouts to host Scout Fair Saturday

By Linda Looney-Bond

Triple Crown Media reaches restructuring agreement with lenders

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - Triple Crown Media, Inc., parent company of the Clayton News Daily, has entered into an agreement with its lenders to restructure the company's balance sheet. The agreement announced today, when completed, will provide the holders of the company's second lien secured debt with 90-percent ownership in the company.

Clayton to get energy efficiency funding

By Joel Hall

Obituaries - Sept. 15, 2009

Ginger Lynne Anderson

Jonesboro names interim police chief

By Joel Hall

MARTA to discuss C-TRAN at BOC meeting

By Joel Hall

Game 3 game notes

From Staff Reports

Clayton BOE turns down stimulus funding

By Curt Yeomans

Fondue Follies - Joel Hall

Lately, I'm starting to notice that I'm becoming a bit of a "foodie." For those unfamiliar with the word, "foodie" is an informal, blanket term for people with an extreme interest in food and the food industry.

Rotary Club exchange students converge on Beach

By Curt Yeomans