News for Tuesday, January 29, 2013


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North Clayton loses grip on upset bid

Jonesboro wins its eighth straight while tuning up for the postseason.

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ELCA's Griffin glad he took visit to Air Force

Chargers defensive back committed to Falcons on official visit

Mr. Quenton C. Wilmot

Funeral service for Mr. Quenton C. Wilmot of Jonesboro, was held Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013, 11a.m. in our chapel.

Mrs. Ollie Trammell Hand

Mrs. Ollie Trammell Hand, 95, of Jonesboro, passed away, Jan. 26, 2013.

Mrs. Barbara Bell

Funeral Service for Mrs. Barbara Bell was held on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013, at 2 p.m.

Mrs. Sherry Lynn Allen

Mrs. Sherry Lynn Thomas Allen, 58, of Thomaston, passed away on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013 at Upson Regional Medical Center.

Claudia L. Jackson

Claudia Louise (Williams) Jackson, 82, passed peacefully into eternity late evening Jan. 27, 2013.

School massacre prompts training exercise

The juxtaposition of brightly-colored construction paper bulletin boards stood in stark contrast to spent gun casings scattered on the gleaming floors of quiet hallways.

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BOE must decide how before who

Board split on superintendent search methods

Members of the Clayton County Board of Education made their opinions known on a preferred superintendent search format Monday, but they made little headway in choosing a structure.

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Businesses celebrate Bell, Crissey for leadership

Two well-known Clayton County men were recognized by the county’s Chamber of Commerce Saturday for years of service and leadership.

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Heatley gets $8,333 check from BOE

The Clayton County Board of Education voted to give thousands of dollars to a controversial former superintendent Monday without much public discussion.

Drawing a line to your heart

Arts Clayton offering children’s illustration classes

Arts Clayton will offer Clayton County children an opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Raphael and Picasso for Valentine’s Day.

Top 10 stories for the week of January 21 to 27

Top 10 stories for the week of January 21 to January 27

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Clayton Schools facing $33 million debt by 2016?

Officials say number a preliminary projection

Clayton County Public Schools could be $33.1 million in debt by 2016.