Wamsley named Teacher of the Year

Special to Fayette Newspapers After being recognized as a Teacher of the Year finalist, one Fayette County teacher will have one more title to add to the honorable list— the title of Fayette County’s 2019 Teacher of the Year. Servant leadership is the heart of what drives Michael Wamsley, a third-grade teacher at Robert J. Burch Elementary, to…

Choices

A friend just dropped off a copy of our Book Club selection for this month, and I thought, “Well, why don’t I just ‘taste’ a little bit of the story.” Three o’clock this morning I am struggling to keep my eyes from closing permanently! If I don’t get some sleep, I will die! Oh, my…

BOC debates Transportation Committee makeup

There’s no time to change horses midstream, but the County Board of Commissioners may consider changes to the makeup of their Transportation Committee in the future. Early year housekeeping saw commissioners Randy Ognio and Charles Oddo and staff members Phil Mallon and Carlos Christian reappointed to the Transportation Committee, but the process could change in…

Religious Liberty?

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” – Constitution, First Amendment The Constitution wants religion and government to be separate. That’s not a new concept. Jesus once said, “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are God’s.” In other words,…

PTC considers controversial policy revamp

The Peachtree City Council on Thursday night will consider updating its policy concerning legal liability against its officials and employees. Each year, the City Council adopts a policy that defends and pays judgments for acts or omissions performed or neglected to be performed in their association with the city. This year’s revision provides coverage if…

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