Sunday, February 15, 2004

‘God Bless America’ banner gets nationwide support

The fax machine is ringing off the hook at Crumpton’s Furniture.

Fayette deputies lauded for child safety seat work

The Fayette County Sheriff’s Department received a statewide award from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Friday morning at the State Capitol.

All clear: Fayetteville businesses pass test of undercover alcohol sting

All 22 Fayetteville businesses emerged unscathed from an undercover operation to check if they were complying with state and local ordinances regarding the sales of alcoholic beverages, police said.

Fayetteville son tabbed as agent for FBI

A former Fayetteville resident is now serving as an agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation after he graduated last week from the FBI Academy at Quantico, Va.

Public art law to get P&Z scrutiny in F’ville

An ordinance to regulate “public art” in Fayetteville will be up for approval by the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 24.

Fayetteville boosts recycling efforts

A recent visit to the recycling facility used by Fayetteville’s solid waste disposal company turned up a bit more than city officials bargained for.

Wachovia looks at Summit Point

Yet another company is making plans to locate at the Summit Point shopping center that was part of Fayetteville’s Southside master plan process.

It’s not too late

“The second man dug and drilled ONLY

Valentine’s Day forever
By Rev. Knox Herndon

Just imagine, Valentine’s Day approaches again in the year of our Lord 2004. Since 9/11 our world has certainly changed, but there are some things that never change.

It matters not
By Mary Jane Holt
Contributing Writer

Somebody hurt me a couple of years ago. Pulled the rug out from under me. Sent me slipping and sliding emotionally. Floundering like I don’t ever remember floundering before.