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Ty Flournoy-Smith grew up on the flat ground in south Georgia and become a high school football prospect at Colquitt County...Then he went to Athens, another town known for an intensity in the fall. Circumstances led him to Milledgeville and Georgia
Snuggled in between Black Friday and Cyber Monday -- which are pretty much dominated by national chain retailers -- is Small Business Saturday. The day was a created a few years ago as part of a marketing plan by American Express for shoppers to
05 p.m.CST Updated:Wednesday, November 20, 2013 3:07 p.m.CST Junior high boys At DePue 7th grade: BV North 31, DePue 10...High School boys LaMoille/Ohio schedule 11/25-29 @ AFC Tournament TBA 12/03 vs...Little 10 Varsity Tournament TBA 2/11 @
Georgia's U.S. senators thought he wasn't academically qualified, but Caldwell's congressman from Columbus nominated him for the United States Military Academy. "(Rep.) Jack Brinkley took a risk with me," Caldwell said Thursday, on the eve of
Sizemore joins Macon law firm Richard Sizemore has returned to Macon to join the Sell & Melton LLP law firm as a partner. Sizemore was born and raised in Macon and graduated from Mount de Sales Academy, Furman University and cum laude from the Walter
What I am asking for is really very ridiculous," the young Flannery O'Connor wrote in her journal. "Oh, Lord, I am saying, at present I am a cheese, make me a mystic, immediately." The words come from a collection of prayers that O'Connor penned from
Here's a list of Georgia stories expected to move for the weekend of Sept. 28-29. When Denise Deal launched a fundraising firm in 2010, her biggest client was her father-in-law, Nathan Deal, who was caught in a fierce Republican primary for governor.
The top U.S. general responsible for training the Afghan military and his deputy tried to impede their staff from contacting investigators about patient abuse at the largest military hospital in the war-torn country, according to the Pentagon's
It didnt take long for to get the seasons first perfect game. This year, David Hutcherson accomplished the task on opening day of the Thursday Seniors league at Macons Gold Cup Center. Hutcherson, one of Central Georgias top senior bowlers,
Joan Shaffer and Carl Shaw (duchess and duke of the year), Melissa Whitford (Mary Lou Ward secretary of the year), Dennis Craig (director of the year), Sandy Dimuzio (member of the year) and Marge and Bob Corzine (above and beyond service plaque).