Archive - Jan 23, 2013
COLUMBUS- It was dĂ©jĂ vu times fifty for the Oak Hill Junior High Raiders as the final seconds rolled off the clock at Immanuel Christian School. The Raiders had the upper-hand and were leading their opponent. The game might not have been the prettiest of the fifty consecutive wins, but the Raiders did it, defeating Immanuel 45-38.
If Elliott Hutchins gets his birthday wish, there will be a lot of hungry people fed in Clay County from now until March.
The Church Hill Elementary First Grade student will turn 7 on February 8, and he recently told his mother, Felecia Finley, something a lot of parents do not hear.
âHe told me he did not want any birthday presents this year,â Finley said. âHe wants people to donate canned goods for the hungry instead.â
Hutchins says that his inspiration came from commercials he saw on the Disney Channel.
Demontra Ewing dreams of being a radiologist one day.
Besides playing basketball for West Point High School, Shamaya Lyles has her sights set on being an OBGYN.
Just about everyone in Darlene Blaylockâs freshman Health Science class at the West Point School Districtâs Career and Technology Center wants to enter the healthcare industry in one capacity or another.
Who can blame them?
A degree in radiology alone can fetch six figures at the right healthcare facility. Doctors stand to make even better money over the course of a lifetime.
West Point author, Bobby Cole was happy to share his latest novel, âMoon Underfootâ a sequel to âThe Dummy Line,â at Wednesdayâs Luncheon with Books.
This is Coleâs second offering at Luncheon with Books. He was guest speaker February 2009, when he talked about his first published novel, âThe Dummy Line.â Cole has since written a book called âRent a Muleâ that should be available in the Fall.
District 16 Senator Angela Turner, (right), was sworn in on Wednesday, January 23, 2013, taking the same seat that was held by her father, the former Senator Bennie L. Turner, who held the seat from 1993, until his passing on November 27, 2012. Her mother, Edna Turner, is holding the Bible. Senator Angela Turner was well received by fellow members and has said that she will begin immediately to attend committee meetings and participate in the budget process. See more on page 5. Submitted Photo