News for Wednesday, October 20, 2010

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Sterling

Sterling is a 12 year old gray and white Domestic Mediumhair.

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Queenie

Queenie is a one and a half year old Welsh Corgi/Sheltie mix.

Lights out

After the Union Grove softball team clinched a spot in next week's Elite Eight round of the Class AAAA playoffs, the team met in the outfield for a postgame talk.

Henry County called an audible, and got it right

Football coaches were in a panic. They were coming to the line of scrimmage to find a defense they didn't expect -- the Henry County school system.

CSU survives scare against Georgia Southwestern

It took a half for the No.-8 ranked Clayton State men's soccer team to get on track, but in the end, the Lakers escaped with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory against Georgia Southwestern.

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Hill: 'I was shocked by the first punch'

Army reservist Tashawnea Hill, the alleged victim of an attack at a Morrow Cracker Barrel restaurant, testified Wednesday, that she, and her daughter, have been having nightmares since the incident occurred just over a year ago.

Public safety members honored

A Public Safety Appreciation Day, Wednesday, started with a luncheon and the sounds of the 'Bad Boys' theme song, from the popular show "Cops," playing in the background.

Department of Energy discusses projects with county

Representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy met this week with Clayton County officials, including Board of Commissioners Chairman Eldrin Bell, to follow up on the county's energy-saving projects, through the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant, according to a spokesperson for the Board of Commissioners.

Volunteers set up accessible playground equipment

Splashes of color from new handicap-accessible playground equipment at a Hampton park invite children to climb on the ladders, slip down the slide, and invent new games.

Hampton mural features Nancy Hanks train

Hampton artist Kathy Williford is attracting attention by using the tools of her trade, in an outdoor setting.

Headquarters library to hold costume fashion show

The Headquarters branch of the Clayton County Library System will hold a "Costume Fashion Show" for children, on Thursday, Oct. 21, from 5:30 p.m., to 6:15 p.m. Advance registration is required. The library is located at 865 Battle Creek Road, in Jonesboro. Call (770) 473-3850.

Cupcakes, costumes highlight Bliss fund-raising efforts

A McDonough sweets spot is doing its part to generate interest in a deadly disease, through a pair of fund-raising events for the community.

For Halloween -- Dressing up in down times - Tom Purcell

"What's the matter? You seem agitated."

Don't got milk - Will Durst

Hey guys, Will Durst, your candidate for Lieutenant Governor from the State of Confusion, here to warn you about a dangerous conspiracy being foisted on an unsuspecting American public.

Don't got milk - Will Durst

Hey guys, Will Durst, your candidate for Lieutenant Governor from the State of Confusion, here to warn you about a dangerous conspiracy being foisted on an unsuspecting American public.

Hill: 'I was shocked by the first punch'

Army reservist Tashawnea Hill, the alleged victim of an attack at a Morrow Cracker Barrel restaurant, testified Wednesday, that she, and her daughter, have been having nightmares since the incident occurred just over a year ago.

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