Good Old Golden Rule Days

Members, guests, and certainly I, had a wonderful time at the Senoia Area Historical Society’s meeting last Thursday night when three of the city’s dearest folk entertained and educated a standing-room-only crowd. “Conversations among Classmates,” January’s monthly program at the Senoia Area Historical Society with octogenarian guests Jim Barnett, Callie Welden, and Ellis Crook, was…

David Edward Folden

David Edward Folden, 80, of Fayetteville, passed away January 11, 2018. He was born in Moorhead, Minnesota on January 29, 1937 to the late Fritzov and Mabel Folden. He proudly served his country in the United States Army. He retired in 1994 after 21 years with Delta Airlines. He enjoyed going bowling and projects in…

Old Driver Services building to be torn down for fire station

The vacant home of the Department of Driver Services is set to be razed and replaced by a fire station following a unanimous vote at Thursday night’s County Board of Commissioners meeting. The Department of Driver Services (DDS) building has been vacant since November 2016. Problems with the building, including excessive moisture and significant remodeling…

County votes to support controversial ‘religious freedom’ bills

Passions were inflamed at Thursday night’s County Board of Commissioners meeting with discussion of discrimination and religious freedom. Offered up by Commissioner Randy Ognio, a controversial resolution would see the county ask the Congress of the United States (with House Resolution 514) and the state congress (with Senate Bill 233) to protect religious freedom by…

Library hosting Jan. 19 talk on protecting against scams

Join the Fayette County Public Library for a conversation about news impacting residents with the return of Hot Off the Press: Coffee, Conversation, and Community. Scam Alert will be the theme as Judge Robert Ruppenthal and Captain Ethon Harper with the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department Criminal Investigations Division discuss ways to avoid bank fraud, identity…

Robert Mueller: American Hero

Robert Mueller is under-appreciated and should be celebrated as a true American hero regardless of his findings. Mueller, a Republican, volunteered for a thankless job: investigating an international scandal that almost certainly would lead to the President and/or those closest to him, which is in fact why he is being criticized. Why did he do it?…

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