News for Wednesday, September 30, 2009


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Ola rallies to beat Stockbridge in Region 4-AAAA battle

The Ola Mustangs relied on enough big plays by the offense, and a ton of timely defense to rally past Stockbridge 15-14 on the road in Region 4-AAAA action Friday night.

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Moses is a 3 year old, solid black domestic shorthair.

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Billy is a very stunning Spaniel/Terrier mix.

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Cleo and Rubie

Cleo is an adorable little longhaired Siamese.

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When a CCHS staffer went to Animal Control to check on another cat, over in the corner, she happened to see gorgeous Kato in the back of a cage.

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Poppy is a 4 year old Silky Terrier. Kato is a one year old Lilac-point Siamese mix.

Roundup: Middle school football

From Staff Reports

Reader mail: Can I save more with store brands?

It's time again to answer reader mail from people like you who are learning to Super-Coupon:

Water-, energy-efficiency tax holiday begins Thursday

By Valerie Baldowski

10 Clayton schools noted as 'distinguished'

By Curt Yeomans

Cathy, White considered for K-8 school name

By Curt Yeomans

Obituaries - Sept. 30, 2009

Isabelle Marie King

Datebook - Sept. 30, 2009


Mother of infants on trial in cruelty case

By Linda Looney-Bond

Personal best - Martha Randolph Carr

Imagine being so hard on yourself that even at the moment of suicide you feel the need to practice, so that you don't fail at that as well and just embarrass yourself one more time.

Lovejoy center offering food, clothes, flu shots

By Joel Hall

Taxi Driver charged with child molestation

By Linda Looney-Bond

Man on trial for 2007 stabbing death

By Linda Looney-Bond

Where my wild things are - Denese Rodgers

Last month, we had a wild turkey to wander up to the house.

Mt. Zion Primary educator named Clayton's top teacher

By Curt Yeomans

Jonesboro volleyball clinches No. 2

From Staff Reports

The risk of caring for another - Jason Smith

I've always tried to be the kind of person who is willing to help others.

CSU students get sobering account of state's finances

By Joel Hall