News for Tuesday, January 11, 2011

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Teams looking to make move in Region 4-AAAA

Justin Tuoyo realizes that he and his teammates at Lovejoy have a big target on their backs.

Game off: Weather puts halt to CSU-Columbus showdown

The weather hasn't been very kind to the South the last few days.

Union Grove, Henry, Lovejoy capture area titles

The highly-anticipated Henry County-Locust Grove finals match happened, but it was more one-sided than expected.

Downs leads Clayton State to conference win

On the surface, Timmy Downs and Brandon Robinson are two of the top players in the Peach Belt Conference for the Clayton State Laker men's basketball team. On Saturday at rival Georgia College, they both proved it.

Mother Nature keeping teams off the court

Mother Nature appears to be the winner in this season's first Region 4-AAAA contest between No. 3 Lovejoy and North Clayton, which was scheduled for this evening.

Defensive effort keeps Lady Lakers' record perfect with PBC victory

For 32 minutes on Saturday, the Clayton State Laker women's basketball team could not seem to shake a determined Georgia College team. However, the final eight minutes proved to be the difference for the Lakers.

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Icy conditions still plague region

The ice that caused hazardous driving and travel conditions throughout the Southern Crescent Monday and Tuesday, may continue to wreak havoc through the remainder of the week, according to Nate Mayes, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

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Southern Regional, Henry Medical implement emergency plans

The severe weather in metro Atlanta has prompted hospitals in the Southern Crescent to implement emergency preparedness plans, according to hospital officials.

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College Park selects new 'Power' director

The Mayor and Council of the City of College Park have selected a new director to lead the city's public utilities operation known as College Park Power.

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Airlines continue to cancel flights at Hartsfield-Jackson

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport experienced an

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COMMUNITY DATEBOOK 1-12-11

Registration open for 'Women Taking Charge!' event

Should coupon shoppers leave shelves bare? - Jill Cataldo

Q: "Recently, you wrote in your column about the ethics of point-of-sale coupon pads, and how shoppers shouldn't take more than they can reasonably use. Here is a hypothetical version of a similar situation. Your family loves Cereal X. A supermarket ad has it listed for a terrific price; it's such a great deal that you're ready to stock up. At the store, you find just six boxes of the cereal on the shelf. Without knowing if the store has any more in the stockroom, do you buy all six or do you leave some for other customers?"

Clubbed - Peter Funt

It was Groucho Marx who famously stated, "I would never belong to any club that would have me as a member."

Returning to life - Martha Carr

It can be difficult to figure out how to honor a life, two lives in this story, but that's the task in front of me. What a strange passage to go from being told there's just one year of life left, only to find out there may be more time.

Jones, Walter S.

Jones, Walter S. Age: 69

Chapman, Frank

Chapman, Frank Age: 72

College Park selects new 'Power' director

The Mayor and Council of the City of College Park have selected a new director to lead the city's public utilities operation known as College Park Power.

Rape, Harold H.

Rape, Harold H. Age: 75

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