News for Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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CSU golf tournament pars fund-raising goal

The Clayton State University Foundation reached it’s fund-raising goal of $30,000, to benefit the CSU Honors Scholarship Program, according to Vice President for External Affairs Robert “Steve” Stephens.

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Riverdale, Lovejoy looking to reach goals

While Riverdale’s playoff chances have long passed, Lovejoy has already secured its second straight Region 4-AAAA championship.

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Morrow, Forest Park playing for first win

Pride. That’s what the Morrow and Forest Park players are playing for when the two teams meet tonight in the season finale for both.

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Pets of the Week - Breezy

Breezy is a 2 year old Labrador Retriever mix.

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Pets of the Week - Jack, Mr. Kitty, and Ethel

Jack (the Siamese), Mr. Kitty (the black/white), and Ethel (the tabby) were born on August 31, 2011.

Datebook - November 3, 2011

‘Rick Daly Memorial Golf Tournament’ on Friday

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Former Clayton sheriff's sergeant indicted

A former Clayton County Sheriff's jail sergeant, and a Clayton County Water Authority department manager were indicted Wednesday on job-related charges.

Letter to the Editor - BOBBY WILLIAMS and DWIGHT GINN

Lake City councilmen defend their service

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Police search for missing man

Forest Park police are looking for a man, who was reported missing by his family, Tuesday.

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Millionaire myths - Tom Purcell

Boy, you can't count on anything anymore — not even the rich.

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I don't know nothing - Will Durst

Easier than duck fat in muffin tins to figure out why Americans are so darn freaked out and polarized these days. It's because we're afraid. Afraid we've lost our way. Afraid of not being No. 1. Afraid of what may be in store. Of all that we don't know. Because, face it, there's so much we don't know.

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Jonesboro Middle’s Learning Expo a hit

Scores of students and parents flooded the hallways at Jonesboro Middle School Tuesday evening, for the school’s Fall Learning Carnival Expedition.

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It's the music and the food ...

It’s the night life, and the thrill of the social aspect and the experience of running a restaurant that keeps a local restaurateur fixated on the business.

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Former Clayton sheriff's sergeant indicted

A former Clayton County Sheriff's jail sergeant, and a Clayton County Water Authority department manager were indicted Wednesday on job-related charges.

Riverdale candidate focused on youth programs

An’Cel Davis, 59, who is seeking elected office for first time, said he doesn’t believe a lack of political experience makes him less qualified to tackle the pressing issues facing the City of Riverdale.

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Riverdale, Lovejoy looking to reach goals

While Riverdale’s playoff chances have long passed, Lovejoy has already secured its second straight Region 4-AAAA championship.

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Jonesboro Middle's Learning Expo a hit

Scores of students and parents flooded the hallways at Jonesboro Middle School Tuesday evening, for the school’s Fall Learning Carnival Expedition.

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Pets of the Week - Jack, Mr. Kitty, and Ethel

Jack (the Siamese), Mr. Kitty (the black/white), and Ethel (the tabby) were born on August 31, 2011. These sweet angels are just starting all of their vet care, but all will be sterilized and vaccinated prior to adoption. Their mom was living as a stray in a trailer park, where some wonderful ladies were feeding her (and several other homeless cats). Unfortunately, some horrible, unkind person began poisoning all the cats in the part. There were very few cats still alive when CCHS learned of this tragedy, but a rescue plan was immediately initiated, and the few remaining cats were saved. Luckily, this precious little trio's mother was one of the cats saved. She was taken to a foster home and allowed to deliver her babies safely. Jack, Mr. Kitty, and Ethel have been hand raised and are all just spoiled rotten and very adorable! All three are polydactyl (means they have extra "toes") on all four feet....this is believed to make the cat a "lucky cat" who will bring good luck to the home where they live. They are also all bobtail.....each one has just a short, stubby little tail. These are truly unique babies! We would love to adopt them out together, but this will not be a requirement. If you might be interested in one, two, or maybe even all three of them, please contact Robin at 770-478-7531. There will be a special adoption fee in place for anyone approved to adopt two or more of them together. Just think about it....multiple lucky cats all in one home.....certainly something to think about!! To see many more adoptable CCHS animals, please visit our Petfinder pages at www.petfinder.com and use our 30236 zip code for your search.

Letter to the Editor - BOBBY WILLIAMS and DWIGHT GINN

Lake City councilmen defend their service

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Pets of the Week - Breezy

Breezy

Millionaire myths - Tom Purcell

Boy, you can't count on anything anymore -- not even the rich.

Church club provides singing, dancing, basketball

It was not your typical variety revue.

Police search for missing man

Forest Park police are looking for a man, who was reported missing by his family, Tuesday.

I don't know nothing - Will Durst

Easier than duck fat in muffin tins to figure out why Americans are so darn freaked out and polarized these days.

Riverdale candidate focused on youth programs

An’Cel Davis, 59, who is seeking elected office for first time, said he doesn’t believe a lack of political experience makes him less qualified to tackle the pressing issues facing the City of Riverdale.

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It’s the music and the food ...

Jazz Café ATL has opened in Morrow

It’s the night life, and the thrill of the social aspect and the experience of running a restaurant that keeps a local restaurateur fixated on the business.

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