Rockdale Post 77 took their first step to repeat as state champions by blanking Leesburg 11-0 at Alphaertta Post 201 on Friday. Behind the win was pitcher Casey Shubert who threw a complete game giving up two hits and a couple of walks while striking out 10 batters.
They say that it’s always good to learn from one of the best. Those interested in wrestling will have that chance to learn from one of the best as ACC Wrestler of the Year and three-time Georgia state champion Pete Yates participates in a three-day camp at Game Time in Covington starting Monday. Yates and camp coordinators Joey Montgomery and Cody Durden, both former Eastside wrestlers, will teach basic fundamentals while going further in depth for the more advanced students.
I was feeling a bit melancholy as I sat on the front porch Friday morning, reading the paper and enjoying my morning coffee.
It’s time we address the real root cause of violence across cultures.
The Newton County School System will hold open house this week.
Jenny McDonald has been tourism director for two months and she’s already formulated some big plans.
A member of the Southern Heartland Art Guild, local artist Ann Wildmon wants the community to know that if they’ve got an interest in art, the guild is the place for them. Wildmon is organizing a series of upcoming weekend workshops at the guild, open to those interested in art on all levels, not just those who consider themselves artists.
A decision made by state officials last week may may change the outlook some for local school systems.
Covington man meets the people who saved his life after recent heart attack
Simmons’ double made to order for Braves
It doesn’t take a genius to see what happens when the entitlement state outgrows the economy upon which it rests. The time of Greece, Cyprus, Portugal, Spain, the rest of insolvent social-democratic Europe — and now Detroit — is the time for conservatives to raise the banner of Stein’s Law and yell “Stop.”
For most of your life, you’ve had a good relationship with God.
The way she was was a long way from what she became. I can’t help thinking about how life veers so far away from the beginning of the journey and how the destination can vary drastically from where it all started.
Scout troop backpacks through N.M. mountains
On a rainy day, Sam Carter summited the 11,000-foot Black Mountain with a full backpack. He carried his sleeping bag, two tents, six liters of water, food, first aid kit, bear rope, mess kit and two days worth of trash.