1962 was a tough season for the Thomson High football team. In Coach Paul Leroy's first season, a very young Bulldog team finished 3-6-1. Little did Bulldog fans know that economic down-sizing of a lumber company near Manning, S.C.
MRS. JUANITA DENT BASS APPLING, Ga. - A funeral service for Mrs. Juanita Dent Bass, 93, of Appling, was held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012, at Second Mount Carmel Baptist Church, Appling, with pastor, the Rev.
Because of a reporter's error, the Feb. 16 edition incorrectly listed the names of Lynn Cato's former teachers, gave the incorrect length of time in her position as principal and misspelled the name of the church program she teaches.
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For the last 11 years, February is a tough month to get through. As sweethearts celebrate Valentine's day, I am reminded of one of my dearest friends whose birthday fell on Valentine's. She would have been turning 46 this year.
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When Anthony and Kay Coleman got to the Museum Friday night, some of us were sitting in the Theatre with Danny Ray. We were watching him put a cape over James Brown during a fabulous 1965 concert in Santa Monica.
On a more serious note, Anguish wiped her snotty nose all over one of my daughter's friends last Thursday. When I picked them both up from choir, Anguish pushed and shoved, scrambling, uninvited, into my car.
Cereal with graham crackers, apple pie
Hamburger, beef and cheese burrito, potato tots, juice bar
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Cereal with graham crackers, pancake pups
THURSDAY Thomson High: Golf: Away at Washington-Wilkes; Tennis: Away at Grovetown, 4 p.m.; Track and Field: Away at Harlem, 4 p.m.; Girls soccer: Away at Lincoln County, 5:30 p.m.; JV baseball, home vs. Jefferson County, 5:30 p.m.
After a constitutional amendment on charter schools failed to pass in the Georgia Legislature last week, the McDuffie County school board voted unanimously to adopt a resolution in support of quality public education.
SEE A LONGER VERSION AT MCDUFFIEMIRROR.COM SOUP, CHILI & STEW COOKOFF WHERE: Dearing Elementary School cafeteria WHEN: Saturday. Contestants must deliver a slow-cooker full of their entry by 4:30 p.m. Judging begins at 5:30 p.m. Then at 6 p.m.
Coming from a family of educators, a career in teaching seemed natural for Nancy Lovelady, the principal of Dearing Elementary School. Her mother and her sisters were teachers, and her father urged her to follow in their footsteps.