Friday, December 7, 2001


Comission delays pay hike vote

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners will wait until Dec. 19 to vote on increasing the pay for commissioners in 2003.

It's holiday time in College Park

Although the weather will be warm this weekend, it will still feel a lot like Christmas in College Park.

Local birders cast eyes to sky in annual count

Just as surely as Santa Claus is heading our way through the frigid stratusphere, flocks of birders will soon be fanning out through East Coweta and western Fayette to count the songbirds and water fowl that winter here.

Area hotels sponsor Breakfast wth Santa

After all that has happened in the last few months, the teams at Comfort Inn, Union City and Country Inn and Suites, Atlanta Airport, felt it was important to offer families a free activity they could enjoy together.

Landmark students excel in merit program

Landmark Christian School senior Matthew Tennihan, a resident of Newnan, has been named a semifinalist in the 2002 National Merit Scholarship Competition.

Honors abound at Developers' Night

Three Fulton County Commissioners and 13 companies and institutions will be honored during the sixth annual Holiday Networking Developers' Night for advancing economic growth.

Camp Creek school sets concert

The Camp Creek Middle School band, chorus and orchestra will perform a special winter concert Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. in the school gym in College Park.

Faith Baptist plans Christmas events

Fairburn's Faith Baptist Church choir will present "There is a Bethlehem: A Christmas Journey of Faith," Sunday, Dec. 9 at 6 p.m.

Love it or leave it

I am tired of this nation worrying about whether we are offending some individual or their culture.

Fulton teachers lead the state in National Board certification

The Fulton County School System celebrates the latest in a long string of good news.


Panthers and Lady Patriots get region wins

The local basketball teams played region matches on Tuesday night and the results were great for some and ot so great for others.

Patriots sweep meet in preparation for S. Metro

Sandy Creek won all three matches on Tuesday night, defeating Westlake 48-24, Landmark 37-21 and Jonesboro 42-37. Winning all three matches Joey Singleton (130), Nick Dorsey (160), and Brandon McDowell (171). All three wrestlers now have a 9-2 record this season. Adam Byrd (189) went 3-0. Going 2-1 on the night were Zach Campbell (103), Chris Denney (119), Blake Morgan (135) and Mike Sitton (140). Denney is 8-3 on the season, Campbell is 6-4 and Morgan and Siiton are 2-4.

Starr's Mill swimmers beat Fayette

Starr's Mill swim team had a big win over Fayette on Nov. 30 at the Kedron Aquatic Center. The Lady Panthers swam away with a huge score of 201 points to Fayette's 74, while the boys finished 176 to Fayette's 98.

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