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Community for Creativity teaches production first hand

Special to Fayette Newspapers Students in the Community for Creativity pilot at Rising Starr Middle School (RSMS) are learning hands-on from industry professionals how to create a film from script to final product. Seventh and eighth grade students in this innovative new initiative are telling the story of the Community for Creativity initiative by making…

Project Love brings holiday meals to homebound seniors

Special to Fayette Newspapers Fayette Senior Services’ annual Meals On Wheels Project Love campaign is underway, and FSS is challenging the citizens and businesses of our community to make a difference this holiday season by donating to this great cause. Each year, FSS, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, takes initiative to raise awareness and funds to…

I am not sweet

My neighborhood has a Sunshine Committee. My school had one, too. The intent of the Sunshine Committee “gifts” is to provide a small token of esteem and consideration when faculty members/neighbors are celebrating a happy occasion or facing a challenging time in their lives. I was once the captain of the neighborhood group. To learn…

Jack Rudolph Curry, Jr.

Jack Rudolph Curry, Jr., 74, of Fayetteville passed away November 8, 2018. He was born on November 2, 1944 in Atlanta, GA to the late Jack and Ruth Curry. Jack is survived by his wife, Betty Joe Curry; son, Michael Keith Curry; daughters, Lisa C. Bradley, Catherine Bremer, Misty Pierce, and Jennifer Cline; ten grandchildren;…

Trump: Wants to go back to bad old days, but mid-terms may have set him back

“All in the Trump Family” theme song:  “Boy, I wish housing discrimination in NY had stayed We put the innocent Central Park 5 guys on parade. 
Racist, wealthy guys like us we had it made, 
Those were the days. 

We could say the President was born in Kenya then,  P****** could be grabbed by rich men, 
Mister we could use Strom Thurmond 
In…

Never Finished!

I finally packed away my summer clothes, bathing suits (which weren’t used but about six or seven times all season), straw hats, and over a dozen pair of sandals. This is a very sad time for me. I love Summer, and while I enjoy the beauty of Autumn and the cooler days, I could do…

Carolyn Jean Cary

Mrs. Carolyn Jean Cary (nee Cline) died on November 5, 2018. She was born on December 2, 1932. She attended Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio for two years. She was preceded in death by her parents, Harold L. and Irene Kimes Cline; and a sister, Shirley C. and Paul Pontius. Carolyn is survived by a son,…

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