Monthly Archives: August 2018

Sumpter sets sights on big senior season

Kennesaw State senior wideout Justin Sumpter watched as his phone repeatedly buzzed with notifications from Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.  His mentions were out of control with re-tweets and commentary following the Owls 42-28 victory over the Liberty University Flames. The emojis started flying as the text messages reached alarming levels. They all centered on the…

County approves millage rate rollback

On Thursday night the County Board of Commissioners approved a property tax millage rate rollback, lauding the ability to save residents money.  Chief Finance Officer Mary Parrott presented the proposed rollback.  “We had growth again, which was very, very positive,” said Parrott, with all changes together representing a roughly five percent increase to the tax…

Roughing It

We watched as the colorful kayaks came around a bend in the Chattahoochee River and slid effortlessly into a muddied concrete boat ramp. The attractive, uniformed park ranger had been patiently waiting for at least 30 minutes to receive a group, who after a five-mile guided hike, had hit the river, parked their boats halfway…

Patricia L. Kelley Weber

Patricia L. Kelley Weber, 83, of Fayetteville, GA passed away on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 after a very brief struggle with lung cancer. She was born on June 19, 1935 in Piqua, Ohio to the late Luella and William L. Kelley. Patricia was a retired registered nurse with Emory Healthcare (Crawford W. Long Hospital). Patricia…

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