News for Tuesday, January 10, 2012

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Will Tillman conquers bat, finds scorpions

The learning curve is less steep these days for Will Tillman, a former resident of Miami, Fla.

Ron Paul’s army won’t be easily broken — Floyd and Mary Beth Brown

When Sarah Palin, during the post Iowa media spin feast, warned GOP leaders to not "marginalize" the Ron Paul supporters, she was looking ahead to the greatest challenge faced by whoever captures the nomination.

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The latest news just a ‘scan’ away

Your newspaper 24/7 on your smartphone

With the launch of its new mobile web site, the Clayton News Daily and its sister papers from Southern Community Newspapers Inc., will be using new tools to reach readers on the go –– through their smartphones.

Lovejoy has no mayor pro tem

Councilmembers Fluellyn, Wright are candidates

The mayor’s seat was empty during a recent Lovejoy City Council meeting.

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New EPA regulations are harmful to ‘the Folks’ — Susan Brown

There is no doubt that, when it comes to matters that truly matter to him, President Obama is an uncompromising ideologue.

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N.Clayton stifles Lovejoy, causes three-way tie for 4-AAAA lead

Nobody gets through Region 4-AAAA boys basketball unscathed. North Clayton made sure Lovejoy wouldn’t skate through the season without tasting region defeat Tuesday, and because of it the league awakens to a three-way tie for first place.

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Defensive pressure leads to Jonesboro’s win

An inability to sink easy shots in the first quarter gave Jonesboro coach Michael House fits, and the Riverdale Lady Raiders early hope of an upset.

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Jonesboro honors Officer of the Year

Brad Pair has always wanted to be a police officer. He may have finally found his niche in Jonesboro.

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North Clayton cruises to win over Lovejoy

Shunterria Gayden scored 20 points and Christal Williams added 19 as North Clayton dominated from the outset in a 70-48 Region 4-AAAA win at Lovejoy.

Henry fruit, plant, sale under way until March

The Henry County Cooperative Extension Office is accepting orders for its “Small Fruit Plant Sale.”

Democratic women to promote cancer donations

The Georgia Federation of Democratic Women is inviting people from across the state to gather at the State Capitol this afternoon, for an event designed to promote donations to cancer research, the group has announced.

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School Notebook - January 11, 2012

BOE’s Baker named vice chairperson

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Cobb activist supports former Clayton sheriff

A Cobb County activist held a press conference Tuesday morning at the Clayton County Courthouse, to show support for a former sheriff under investigation for alleged wrongdoing while in office.

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Gallery showcases work of artists with disabilities

Painting is a way for Karen Casciani to escape some of her health-related issues.

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