News for Wednesday, September 15, 2010

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Humane Society gears up for yard sale

For the past eight years, the Clayton County Humane Society has hosted giant yard sales in the spring and fall, as a way to keep the doors of the county's only no-kill animal shelter open.

CSU focusing on U.S. Constitution's meaning

Happy Birthday to you! Happy birthday to you! Happy 223rd birthday, U.S. Constitution!

Couple to reach 72 years married

Ralph Pullin studied his words as he spoke delicately about his wife, Tillie, and their 72-year marriage.

Seniors get 'crafty' during center's free classes

The Frank Bailey Senior Center, in Riverdale, offers a free arts and crafts class, Tuesday through Thursday, for members of the center.

Record warm nights yield to dry conditions

Drought conditions continue to increase around the Southeast region and across Georgia, according to state climate officials.

Mosley to lead state solicitors association

Due to the untimely exit of the organization's president, Clayton County Solicitor General Tasha Mosley has been tapped to lead the Georgia Association of Solicitors-General.

'Jesus Christ Superstar' opens this evening

A biblical story will take a musical turn on stage, beginning tonight, courtesy of the Henry Players.

Hampton to hold annual fall festival

The Hampton business community is putting together its annual fund-raiser. The 13th annual Bear Creek Festival is scheduled for Sept. 25, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sept. 26, from 10 a.m., to 5 p.m.

Clayton announces 'Teacher of the Year' finalists

This year's six, recently announced finalists for Clayton County Public Schools' "Teacher of the Year" have spent a combined 78 years in the classroom. The list of finalists includes two elementary school teachers, three middle school teachers, and one high school teacher.

Pointe South Middle to host grilling challenge

Officials at Pointe South Middle School are inviting Clayton County residents, particularly the county's men, to come out to the school in early October, for a little grilling, some tailgating, and maybe, just a wee bit of food-related trash-talking.

We can fix what ails us - Tom Purcell

Sure, the economy is a mess and the future isn't looking so hot. But we've had big problems before -- we've solved them before.

To Doom or not to Doom - Will Durst

Doom. Impending doom. Deep, dark, impending Democratic Party doom. Losing one, if not both, houses of Congress - deep, dark, impending Democratic Party doom.

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Samantha

Samantha is a one and a half year old Domestic Shorthair.

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Stewart

Stewart is a 2 year old Jack Russell Terrier.

Clayton announces 'Teacher of the Year' finalists

This year's six, recently announced finalists for Clayton County Public Schools' "Teacher of the Year" have spent a combined 78 years in the classroom. The list of finalists includes two elementary school teachers, three middle school teachers, and one high school teacher.

Seniors get 'crafty' during center's free classes

The Frank Bailey Senior Center, in Riverdale, offers a free arts and crafts class, Tuesday through Thursday, for members of the center.

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'Jesus Christ Superstar' opens this evening

A biblical story will take a musical turn on stage, beginning tonight, courtesy of the Henry Players.

CSU focusing on U.S. Constitution's meaning

Happy Birthday to you! Happy birthday to you! Happy 223rd birthday, U.S. Constitution!

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