Friday, September 7, 2001


Part of Dividend Drive will be closed to northbound traffic for annual air show

With the popular Wings Over Dixie Air Show at Falcon Field Saturday and Sunday, local residents can expect heavy traffic in the area.

Eagle Scout constructs new bike racks for former school

Students who ride their bicycles to Peachtree City Elementary School now have new bike racks to park and secure their vehicles.

PTC Commission on Children and Youth ready to call it quits

Citing a lack of community interest and a lack of direction, Peachtree City's Commission on Children and Youth is recommending to the City Council that it be disbanded.

WASA to consider annual budget, expansion plans Tuesday night

The Peachtree City Water and Sewage Authority will discuss its annual budget at its regular meeting Tuesday evening.

Plans in Tyrone include Florida-style subdivision

Could Tyrone soon be compared to Seaside and Celebration, Fla.?

PTC Planning Commission to see plans for tennis center expansion

Plans to expand the Peachtree City Tennis Center will be presented to the city's Planning Commission at its regular meeting Monday night.

Qualifying this week only for PTC mayor, city council positions

Let the games begin.

Public invited to meet candidate for mayor

The Committee to Elect Fred Wellman will host a campaign kickoff rally for the mayoral candidate Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Rockspray Log Cabin from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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Coweta official starts SPLOST push

Coweta County Administrator Theron Gay and Public Information Officer Tom Corker brought their travelling show about the benefits of the special purpose local option sales tax to the Senoia Senior Center Wednesday.

Open house this weekend at the fairgrounds

Curious residents will head to the new Coweta County Fairgrounds complex this weekend to get a glimpse at the facility.

Senoia will get a glimpse of its past

Residents in Senoia will soon have a unique opportunity to see the history of their town unveiled.

School system looking for mentors

The Coweta County School System's mentor program is seeking committed citizens who would like to make a difference in children's lives and education.

Wings Over Dixie returns for fourth year

Falcon Field in Peachtree City will be the site of the fourth annual Wings Over Dixie Air Show this weekend.


Cross country season heats up with Berry meet

The McIntosh boys and girls cross country teams have run on the state meet course at Carrollton High School twice in the past week. In last week's Twilight Invitational, McIntosh faced off against some of the contenders for the state title in AAAAA, including teams from Brookwood, Collin's Hill and North Gwinnett. The teams also traveled to Carrollton this past Tuesday and faced Mt. Zion, Jonesboro, Hiram, and Carrollton.

Second week of football seaosn offers interesting matches

Starr's Mill and East Coweta's football teams, both ranked in the Class AAAAA poll, are back in action tonight.

Using plastic worms to catch bass

This week is part three of a four part series about "plastic worm" fishing methods. Plastic worms are by far the most versatile lure there is today. The plastic worm comes in many sizes, shapes, colors and styles and can be used in almost any imaginable situation using many worm methods.)


Anniversaries are times to reflect, to laugh, to cry, to celebrate

Anniversaries are curious things. We use them to mark events, remember what has gone on before, and look with anticipation toward the future.

A few random comments on the latest happenings in the world

A few points to ponder as we enter the weekend (which for me means hosting a birthday party for my 3-year-old Yikes!):

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