News for Thursday, October 10, 2013


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ROBINSON: The reality of ACA

Medicare guaranteed health care for the elderly, Medicaid for the poor. Obamacare begins to fill the remaining gaps. It will get better over time, but already — crashing websites and all — it’s a beautiful thing.

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Momentum key to subregion matchup

Drew and Mundy’s Mill have some momentum heading into their second Region 4-AAAA, Div. A game tonight.

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Gates, Pearson lead teams into key subregion contest

Gates, Pearson lead teams into key subregion contest

There is no question that the quarterback position is perhaps the most important position on the football field.

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McDaniel creates mobile counseling at Lovejoy Middle

HAMPTON — Lindsey McDaniel stood tall near the school’s front lobby with his sights aimed in the glow of the laptop screen.

Fair lights shining at AMS for second year

If life is too slow where you are, take a ride to Hampton to take in the lights, sights, sounds and smells of the Georgia State Fair.

Morrow council candidates praise city at forum

Two candidates for Morrow City Council seats told residents Tuesday that the town doesn’t need much to improve upon itself.

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Lovejoy defense starting to play at high level

Lovejoy starting to perform at high level

Lovejoy defensive coordinator Edgar Carson realized coming into the season that he would have to be patient with his unit.

Forest Park settles with AGL over land, damage

Sometimes losing a fight against City Hall can mean a good thing for taxpayers.

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Compassion, peace

Dalai Lama brings message to Georgia

DULUTH — A diverse gathering at the Gwinnett Center heard a message of compassion, kindness and the importance of education from the spiritual leader of Tibet, the Dalai Lama, Tuesday.

Smokey, Bandit to ride through Jonesboro again

City to screen 70s classic Saturday

Clayton County residents will try to do Saturday what Mother Nature said they couldn’t do earlier this year.

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Poland native wins Arts Clayton photography competition with classic image

Poland native wins Arts Clayton competition with classic image

Malgorzata Florkowska’s love for photography began years ago when a little girl’s face emerged from the shadows in her cousin’s home in Gdańsk, Poland.

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Remembering the fallen

Rhonda Worthington, center, and her daughter, Kaylin Worthington, listen as speakers talk about Army Pfc. Robert Adrian Worthington at a Gold Star Mothers ceremony Sept. 28. Robert Adrian Worthington, who died in combat in May 2007, was Rhonda Worthington’s son and Kaylin Worthington’s brother. (Staff Photos: Curt Yeomans)