Sunday, March 25, 2001

Hodge gets life plus 25 in SUV murder

Judge Christopher Edwards Friday sentenced Karl Bryan Hodge to life plus 25 years for the murder of New York drug dealer Adolf Stubbs.

Holy Trinity readies for medical mission

A small band of local folks is getting travel gear ready to leave Fayette County for the mountains of Guatemala, where they will serve the people of the tiny village of San Mateo with medical assistance, supplies and the love and support of the parishioners of Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

County, city officials meet Tuesday in Peachtree City

The Association of Fayette County Governments has scheduled a meeting for Tuesday, March 27, at 7 p.m. at City Hall in Peachtree City.

St. Paul's mission remains education-oriented

The St. Paul Lutheran Church has grown from five members in June 1995 to over 200, but the purpose of those first five has not changed.

Flat Rock A.M.E. Church presents concert next weekend

The Flat Rock A.M.E. Church in Fayetteville will present a concert next Saturday, March 31, entitled "Where Did It All Come From."

March brings memories of an unforgettable Easter
Religion Columnist

At the Chancey house, we're in the middle of our annual spring birthday run.

Like father, like son

While we were serving at Fort Wainwright, in Fairbanks, Alaska, we conducted a program at the post chapel entitled "Dad The Family Shepherd."

A shining light in a world of pain
Contributuing Writer

She was a resident/patient at Christian City Hospice when I met her. She was dying and knew it. I will never forget her.

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