News for Friday, May 31, 2013


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White becomes Dutchtown’s new skipper

Kelcey White led Mount Zion baseball to heights unknown. Now he'll be looking to do the same for Dutchtown.

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Christians, cut the complaining - Gabriel Stovall

If we have as much power in the Holy Spirit as we Christians say we do, then chronic complaining should be among the last things on our to-do list.

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Summer signals football overdrive

Gone are the days when Spring and Summer football can be treated as options for your high school program.

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Trailer park at center of fight in Lake City

Battle lines were drawn in Lake City Friday morning over whether an abandoned trailer park should be refurbished or done away with.

Morrow at center of open records debate

The city of Morrow’s response to an open records request has raised questions about how much information the public can obtain about government employees.

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Morrow officials hail leadership conference as a success

Despite early warnings that Morrow might lose money on its Sustainable Leadership conference, officials said this week that they felt the conference was a success with the city making a few dollars from it.

Jonesboro considering ‘smoke free zones’

The Jonesboro City Council may ban smoking in some parts of town.

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Small businesses to shine at Morrow farmer’s market

Doug Law and Tamecia Shaheed hope the exposure their Italian ice business will get at Morrow’s new farmer’s market will lead to a bright future.

Public hearing set for county budget

Clayton County will have to tighten its fiscal belt to offset decreases in funding sources, such as a declining tax digest, said the county’s top financial official.

Council to hear comments on budget Monday

Residents are invited Monday night to comment on the proposed 2013-2014 budget.

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2013 Spring Football Wrapup

Football season will be here before you know it. Here's a look at how Southern Crescent squads shape up headed into the summer.

BOE approves tentative budget, including 1-percent bonuses

The Clayton County Board of Education approved a tentative budget for fiscal year 2014, voting 5-2 Tuesday.