News for Tuesday, August 27, 2013


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THOMAS: Ashton Kutcher's message

Envy, greed and entitlement are the unholy trinity of failure. What Kutcher offers young people is the opposite, leading to success, self-realization and independence.

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Full slate of games begin

The practice games are over.

Civil War tales to be told Saturday in Jonesboro

Costumed storyteller Peter Bonner will be at the Patrick R. Cleburne Confederate Cemetery Saturday telling war stories in commemoration of the Battle of Jonesboro.

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New elections head takes over in Forest Park

For the third time in two years, Forest Park has a new elections superintendent.

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Qualifying underway for municipal races

Five residents filed to run in Forest Park’s three open races well before noon Monday, the day qualifying began in Clayton County’s municipalities.

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Caduceus celebrates one year in Morrow Arts Clayton receives donation

Arts Clayton receives donation

School and public safety officials gathered in the small reception room to help celebrate the anniversary.

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AMS prepares for marquee race

AMS prepares for marquee race

This could be a make or break weekend for several NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers.

Jonesboro driver charged in Gwinnett crashes

A Jonesboro woman has been charged with DUI after police said she caused multiple crashes while driving on the wrong side of I-85 Sunday.

Letter to the Editor

Animal rights

Pedestrian killed on I-75

Clayton County police are investigating the death early Tuesday morning of a pedestrian killed on I-75 near Ga. 138.

Are you your own prison?

I’ll admit, I didn’t always pay close attention in every class I took in high school. But there was one particular class that caught my attention.

BOE continues review of policies

The Clayton County Board of Education is continuing its review of policies.

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Perry speaks to Clayton parents at annual Title I meeting

Dr. Steve Perry spoke to Clayton County parents Saturday during the district’s annual Title I meeting.

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Rex Mill is looking for another title run

It would seem if you graduated all but one starter from a team that went undefeated and won the middle school championship last season that this would be a rebuilding year.