News for Friday, March 26, 2010

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Christian, let your light shine - James Bell

Every Christian has a testimony to share with others, particularly with those who do not know Jesus Christ as their personal savior.

Two more arrests in robbery case

Authorities in Henry County have made two additional arrests, in a robbery case reported last month at a local high school.

Historical group hosting benefit walk

For more than a decade, Jim Dowd was a regular face at Stately Oaks Plantation, in Jonesboro, as one of the volunteers for Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County, Inc.

Henry park hosts annual Easter egg hunt

Haylee Bramlett, of Griffin, munched on an ice cream cone at Nash Farm Park in Hampton on Friday, eyeing a field filled with colorful eggs.

Police: sledge hammer used in break-in

Clayton County Police say 24-year-old J.D. Christopher Trottman, and an accomplice, used a sledge hammer to create their own entrance in the back wall of a Cash 'N Go check-cashing establishment in College Park.

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Henry elementary school hosts 'Arts Alive!'

Tony McKoy, a shy and unassuming second-grader, delighted in learning the proper technique, his chin pressed against the rest as he slid his fingers along the neck of the violin. His more vocal classmate, Ben Odle, appeared to catch on quickly in playing "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star."

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Henry studio aims to help recording hopefuls

Entering Cunningham Enterprise, a recording studio located at 125 McDonough Parkway in McDonough, visitors are treated to the sound of music drifting from the back of the business.

Real Love Two - Chester Cook

Last week, I wrote on "Real Love" and used the writings of Paul in 1 Corinthians 13. In truth, the subject of love is universal, and if all nations and people more fully understood love, perhaps, our lives and the world would be more at peace.

Second arrest made in Henry bribery case

A McDonough man is in the Henry County Jail, for allegedly bribing a McDonough community service supervisor to falsify work documents.

Big inning lifts Luella to win

With almost a month of baseball completed, Luella didn't think it would struggle to contain a sense of panic in dire circumstances. Losing four straight had taught the Lions that about themselves, and a program accustommed to performing at a playoff-caliber level was shaken a bit by its own reflection.

Jonesboro snaps losing skid with win over Mt. Zion

Jonesboro just needed two big innings and a solid pitching performance from ace Antonio Allen to bounce back from two consecutive region losses.

Ola beats Dutchtown to stay perfect region play

The Ola Mustangs showed Friday afternoon why they are one of the favorites to win the Region 4-AAAA baseball title.

CSU basketball players to participate in Senior Showcase

Clayton State senior men's basketball players Robert Murry and Jaquas Dobbs have both been selected to play in the first annual GABCA (Georgia Basketball Coaches Association) Senior Showcase, will be played this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Pinholster Court at Oglethorpe.

Jason Heyward to open Braves season as right fielder

KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Braves' rookie sensation Jason Heyward a graduate of Henry County High School, will open the season as Atlanta's regular right fielder.

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Kemp Primary celebrates numbers at 'Math Fair'

During the school's first-ever "Math Fair," Kemp Primary School students showed that academic fairs are not just for science and social studies.

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Henry elementary school hosts 'Arts Alive!'

Tony McKoy, a shy and unassuming second-grader, delighted in learning the proper technique, his chin pressed against the rest as he slid his fingers along the neck of the violin. His more vocal classmate, Ben Odle, appeared to catch on quickly in playing "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star."

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