News for Monday, November 1, 2010

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After historic win, tough road remains for Stockbridge

There was no lack of excitement after Stockbridge's 49-0 victory over Jackson on Friday in a Region 4-AAA game that ended the Tigers' 27-year playoff drought.

PEACH BELT CHAMPIONS! Pugh's goal gives Clayton State men thrilling 1-0 double-overtime triumph

In another chapter of the thrilling Clayton State/Lander men's soccer rivalry on Saturday, one shot was all it took.

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Singing 'Billy Goats' headed to CSU

Opera Carolina will bring its two performances of "The Billy Goats Gruff" to Clayton State University this week.

Clayton voter turnout already at 12 percent

Prior to the polls opening on election day, today, thousands of Clayton County voters have already cast their ballots in the general election, the county's elections director said.

K-8 Academy's assistant principal facing DUI charge

An assistant principal in the Clayton County Public School System is facing charges that he allegedly drove through Decatur last month while intoxicated. According to DeKalb County police and court records, he was intoxicated at a level that is nearly three times higher than the level allowed under state law.

Residents warned of ATM 'skimming' schemes

Authorities said if residents are not extra careful when they get money out of a bank, they could risk becoming victims of identity theft.

County changes site of Veterans Day Service

This year's Veteran's Day Service in Henry County is scheduled to be held at the Veteran's Wall of Honor in McDonough.

Morrow resident spends retirement making big displays

People are often asked what they are going to do with their lives after they retire.

Forest Park church welcomes new pastor

Ash Street Baptist Church, in Forest Park, has welcomed a new pastor to lead its congregation.

BOE selects Georgia Dome as graduation venue

The Clayton County Board of Education has approved the use of the Georgia Dome as the site for its graduation ceremonies for the third year in a row.

Ronald Reagan was the Tea Party - Mike Reagan

Liberals and their Democratic Party allies are frightened out of their half-wits by the re-emergence of the dreaded tea party, which began in Boston Harbor in December 1773, when colonists dressed as Indians dumped shiploads of tea into the water, helping to set off what eventually became the American Revolution.

Midterm Choice: Profiteers or Bureaucrats - Tina Dupuy

Five years ago, on one of my "UFO Tours" (coined by comedian Bill Hicks, when you only appear in small towns in front of a handful of people so you start to doubt your own existence), I had a show in Burley, Idaho -- home to some of the warmest and most hospitable inhabitants I've ever hung out with.

California humor not funny - REV. JANICE L. BLISSIT

I resent Will Drust's column in the Thursday, Oct. 28 edition of Henry Herald (and Clayton News Daily) complaining that "We the people, have become Helen Keller. Blind. Deaf, And Dumb. With an emplasis on the later."

Narron, June

Narron, June Age: 49

Yongue, Sarah E.

Yongue, Sarah E. Age: 35

Residents warned of ATM 'skimming' schemes

Authorities said if residents are not extra careful when they get money out of a bank, they could risk becoming victims of identity theft.

Singing 'Billy Goats' headed to CSU

Opera Carolina will bring its two performances of "The Billy Goats Gruff" to Clayton State University this week.

Yongue, Miss Sarah E.

Yongue, Miss Sarah E. Age: 35

K-8 Academy's assistant principal facing DUI charge

An assistant principal in the Clayton County Public School System is facing charges that he allegedly drove through Decatur last month while intoxicated. According to DeKalb County police and court records, he was intoxicated at a level that is nearly three times higher than the level allowed under state law.

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