News for Monday, January 4, 2010

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Music producer faces Henry County murder charge

A nationally known music producer, who makes his home in Henry County, is being held without bond in the Henry County Jail on a murder charge.

Business group: Follow instructions when claiming rebates

Shoppers who've recently made a big-ticket purchase may have been offered a discount on the item in the form of a mail-in rebate.

Clayton's Bryan chosen to lead health association

The Georgia Public Health Association (GPHA) recently elected Dr. Alpha Fowler Bryan as the organization's president for 2010.

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Orthopedic center to make coat, blanket donation

As temperatures in Georgia drop to below freezing, Orthopaedic South Surgical Center in Morrow is doing its part to make sure those in Clayton's homeless community have something warm to wear.

Forecasters predict cold weather through weekend

Alfred Jerome Tittle, a carrier for the United States Postal Service, had his upper body bundled in six layers of clothing as he walked his route Monday afternoon, delivering mail to the law offices on Main Street in Jonesboro as temperatures hovered in the 30s.

Inflatables park offers indoor, cold-weather fun

Three-year-old Carson Toenniges raced his mother to the top of a rubber slide.

Trends we can leave behind - Joel Hall

While the last decade put a lot of people through the ringer, one has to admit it has also provided us with a lot of memories.

Will Dur$t's 2009 Xma$ Wish Li$t - Will Durst

It's the most wonderful time of the year. Just ask anybody. Oh, they'll tell you. Over and over and over again. On the radio, they started pounding it into our heads on Nov. 1. That's when a lot of stations went 24/7 Christmas. And every single one of them went 24/7 Christmas ad nauseam.

A New Year's resolution for my fellow Republicans - Mike Reagan

Well, it is that time of year when most of us have unwrapped all of our gifts, eaten too much ham and pumpkin pie, and started to think about making a New Year's Resolution.

Robinson named PBC Player of the Week

For the first time in nearly three years, the Clayton State Laker men's basketball will have a Peach Belt Conference Player of the Week honoree.

Woodland's Livecche gets more off the field recognition

Behind Dillon Livecche sat members of the Tennessee Volunteers football team, their Division I size hardly masked by their suits. Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer, revered for his football acumen across the country, took the stage to address the crowd. So did Tennessee first-year coach Lane Kiffin, revered for his incendiary nature across the Southeastern Conference.

Basketball teams get ready to resume region contests

It is the first week of games of the 2010 portion of the season, and Stockbridge coach Duane Kelley calls it a "test week" for his team.

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Ballet company announces auditions for 'Jungle Book'

The Atlanta Festival Ballet will bring the characters of Mowgli, Baloo, Bagheera, Shere Khan and King Louie, from "The Jungle Book," to local stages this spring, and local residents are invited to audition as back-up performers in the production, according to ballet company officials.

Will Dur$t's 2009 Xma$ Wish Li$t - Will Durst

It's the most wonderful time of the year. Just ask anybody. Oh, they'll tell you. Over and over and over again. On the radio, they started pounding it into our heads on Nov. 1. That's when a lot of stations went 24/7 Christmas. And every single one of them went 24/7 Christmas ad nauseam.

A New Year's resolution for my fellow Republicans - Mike Reagan

Well, it is that time of year when most of us have unwrapped all of our gifts, eaten too much ham and pumpkin pie, and started to think about making a New Year's Resolution.

Woodland's Livecche gets more off the field recognition

Behind Dillon Livecche sat members of the Tennessee Volunteers football team, their Division I size hardly masked by their suits. Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer, revered for his football acumen across the country, took the stage to address the crowd. So did Tennessee first-year coach Lane Kiffin, revered for his incendiary nature across the Southeastern Conference.

Clayton's Bryan chosen to lead health association

The Georgia Public Health Association (GPHA) recently elected Dr. Alpha Fowler Bryan as the organization's president for 2010.

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