News for Thursday, August 19, 2010

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ELCA coaches work hard to get players noticed at next level

The Eagle's Landing Christian Academy football team is loaded with talented athletes who will eventually take their skills on to the next level.

Mundy's Mill claims Clayton County title

The Mundy's Mill Lady Tigers are sitting on top of the world after winning the Clayton County softball title.

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'Windie' boasts impressive memorabilia collection

River's Edge resident, and Morrow native, Cathy Bonner, 42, never intended to be a collector. At the age of 17, she fell in love with the movie, "Gone With the Wind," after viewing it in her English class during her senior year of high school.

CSU in top tier on 'Best Colleges' list

According to U.S. News and World Report's 2011 Best Colleges rankings, Morrow-based Clayton State University ranks among the top tier of a small group of regional colleges (formerly known as baccalaureate colleges) in the Southeast.

Women share inspiring stories at chamber event

The Clayton County Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Council held its "Women in Business Spotlight Luncheon," on Thursday, at the Morrow Center, in Morrow, and, according to Crystal Black, vice president of the Chamber, it was the largest luncheon the council has held.

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School's P.E.T.A.L.S. going county-wide

What started as a small, "garden" of female, Hawthorne Elementary School students, looks to be on the verge of becoming a county-wide "field" of similar pupils.

Life evens out - Ronda Rich

Among the many things I have learned in this life is how everything evens out, how those who are mighty and rich can become lowly and poor, while the lowly and poor can become mighty and rich.

The largemouth bass of buses is coming - Curt Yeomans

OK, so this is not exactly a travel column this week, but it is a story about a foreign land, so it counts in my eyes. You know that old phrase, "thrown under the bus?" Well, how would you like to "drive under the bus?"

Visual Artists Collective plans special exhibit

As part of its "Art in Unexpected Places" program, the Visual Artists Collective of Henry County will hold its second annual "Evening with Art" on Aug. 28.

State's jobless rate dips slightly in July

State officials believe recent unemployment numbers indicate that workers are continuing to fall out of the labor market in Georgia.

Woman robbed at Morrow discount store

A woman was allegedly robbed by two other women in a parking lot, Thursday, at the Family Dollar store, located at 1102 Mount Zion Road, in Morrow, according to Capt. James Callaway, of the Morrow Police Department.

State's jobless rate dips slightly in July

State officials believe recent unemployment numbers indicate that workers are continuing to fall out of the labor market in Georgia.

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