Friday, January 19, 2001


Where next for South Fulton?

South Fulton County could be the home of a family-oriented destination if a proposed economic development plan is passed.

Edwards calls for citizen involvement

Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards says he is committed to doing things differently.

The Fulton County Commission gave unanimous approval Wednesday to a $558 million budget that will not call for a tax hike.

South Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards is hosting a community meeting Saturday concerning the expansion of Hartsfield International Airport.

At a dedication ceremony last week in Palmetto, more than 100 trustees, friends and staff of the Georgia Baptist Children's Homes and Family Ministries gathered to dedicate the newly renovated Campus Life Center.

The Fulton County Board of Education reported the following actions from its Jan. 11 meeting:

The January Fulton County Board of Education Roundtable meeting will focus on educational specifications for Fulton's schools.


McIntosh wins again, begins five game homestand tonight

McIntosh's boys and girls basketball teams traveled to East Coweta High School Tuesday night and achieved a split.

McIntosh swimmers sink Fayette County

The McIntosh swim team met Fayette County High School, one of its biggest rivals, at the Kedron Aquatic Center last Friday and won the meet.

Wrestlers head to big meets this weekend

There will be plenty of wrestling action this weekend to satisfy any mat hound.

Lockett named to Prep Team of Month

Sandy Creek's L.T. Lockett has locked up another accolade for the 2001 basketball season. On Wednesday, the Atlanta Tipoff Club and the Atlanta journal Constitiution named their Boys and Girls Prep Teams of the Month and Lockett made the cut.

Sports Calendar

Pitching hand poured grubs for heavily pressured bass

This is a tactic for heavily pressured lakes and rivers that have largemouth bass holding in tight to the structure or buried up in heavy cover. This type of cover would include boat docks, wood structure, lily pads and many types of vegetation.

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