Sunday, April 25, 2004

State soccer playoffs start tomorrow

The boys portion of the AAAAA state soccer playoffs starts on Tuesday afternoon. Fayette County will host Valdosta at 5:30 p.m., Starr’s Mill will host Coffee at 7 p.m. and Mcintosh will play at Colquitt County, the time has yet to be announced. Should all three teams advance, Fayette would face the winner of Warner Robins and Camden County, Starr’s Mill would take on the winner of Houston County and Benedictine and McIntosh would play the winner of Glynn Academy and Eagle’s Landing.

New police station, courthouse underway

A ceremonial groundbreaking was held Friday morning for Fayetteville’s new Law Enforcement Center.

Man safe after cycle crash

A Riverdale man escaped serious injuries in a motorcycle accident last weekend in downtown Fayetteville.

Fayetteville council going paperless; info now online

Fayetteville residents now have electronic access to the same information provided to City Council members before each meeting.

New movie store on the way

Although the Blockbuster video store at Banks Station in Fayetteville closed several weeks ago, the store will soon be open again with a new name.

Tigers to play for region title Tuesday

It probably wasn’t even on the map that the Fayette County Tigers varsity soccer team could compete for a region title this year. In fact, it probably wasn’t even in the glove compartment.

Rezoning request filed for store at Grady Ave, Hwy. 54

A developer wants to rezone residential property at the corner of Ga. Highway 54 West and Grady Avenue for a 24,000 sq. ft. retail center.

The person in front of you

Dr. Knox Herndon

Trying to live the Christian life never ceases to amaze me. I have realized over the years that it is certainly not for the weak at heart, or for the timid, although it is offered to all who will accept Christ and try.

Chocolate cake is good, but God’s Word is sweeter

By David L. Chancey

I love this time of year! Spring means warmer temperatures, baseball season, pretty flowers and the celebration of Easter. Easter is a big time for us pastor types! I love to see the church full.

Remembering where I came from

By Mary Jane Holt
Contributing Writer

I should have known better, but I did it anyway. I called Andrea to ask if she thought I was arrogant.




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