Monthly Archives: October 2016

Friday October 7th – OBITS (5)

Robertson Lee Wadsworth Robertson Lee Wadsworth, age 88, of Manchester died Thursday, September 22, 2016 at St. Francis Hospital, Columbus. Funeral services were held at 4:00 pm, Sunday, September 25, 2016 at Manchester First United Methodist Church. Rev. Dan Dixon officiated. Interment followed in Meriwether Memory Gardens. Drew Kirk, Dru Goodwin, Jimmy Wadsworth, Miles Wadsworth, David Cooper and Dr. Will ...

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Tigers Vault To No. 16 In MaxPreps State Poll

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Not only is Troup High School getting it done on the football field this season, the Tigers are also being applauded for it. Troup is ranked 16th in the state in this week’s Class AAAA MaxPreps Poll. The Tigers have won five straight games. Troup is tied for first place in Region 5-AAAA with the Cartersville Hurricanes, the No. 1-ranked ...

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SEC Title Is No Longer A Realistic Goal For Georgia

Chris Fernsler Sports Writer When this season began the University of Georgia had championship ambitions from the SEC to the four-team national playoff. But all of that blew up in UGA’s face with last Saturday’s 34-31 defeat to the Tennessee Volunteers at Sanford Stadium. Lanky UT wide receiver Jauan Jennings won the proverbial jump ball in the end zone for ...

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Lions Travel First Class In 24-0 Win Over Jets

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Coach Kelly Reed knows what makes his team tick. “We’re focused. We hit the other team in the mouth. We get penetration (on defense), and we play great,” said Reed. That very formula worked again for Reed and the Lions on Monday night in the Recreation Football League. The Lions hit the Jets between the numbers continually in a 24-0 ...

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Get Ready To March For Jesus

In 1787, at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States Constitution was ratified and approved by the original 13 colonies. We as a people have been blessed because of Godly men who were led by God to pen those words that represent our freedom. We are a nation founded upon Judeo Christian principles. Today in America, we are ...

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Miss Daisy’s Trip Through The Mountain

Educational Exhibit by Kathren Fogg

  Members of LaGrange Garden Clubs and clubs from the 18 counties composing Redbud District of The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc., member of Deep South Region and National Garden Clubs, Inc. presented their 45th consecutive Standard Flower Show, DRIVING MISS DAISY, at Memorial Hall in Stone Mountain Park September 9-11. The show is part of the annual Yellow Daisy ...

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