The Dodge County Middle School (DCMS) Warriors ran their record to four and zero with a pair of home wins last week. On Monday, Dodge defeated Vidalia five to four in their first region game of the season. On Friday, Dodge once again defeated Vidalia six to two. This second game didn’t count toward the region standings. Wet field conditions prevented Thursday’s region game at Swainsboro. The seventh grade Warriors defeated Vidalia seven to five on Friday night in their first game of the season.
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Names have been chosen for the February term of the Dodge County Traverse jury.
If you see your name on the following list and have not been notified by mail, you should call the Dodge County Clerk of Court at 478-374-2871.
The following people should report to the Dodge County Courthouse for Traverse Jury duty at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, March 3, 2014.
Shelia Rene Anderson, Sandra Davis Beck, Juan Enrique Bernard, Walter Leslie Bracewell, Philip Austin Brown, Mary Carolyn Burch, Bradley Jacob Butler, mary Carolyn Burch, Bradley Jacob Butler, Christopher Butler, Anthony Lane Carr, Michael David Carrigg, Justin Brian Carroll, Celia Karen Cheek, Derome Jalil Clark, Sean Alexander Clemons, Bridget Nicole Coffman, Delbra P. Collins, Theresa Lynn Corben, Andrew Benjamin Cravey, Tommy Cravey.
The Georgia Department of Revenue wants to remind its citizens that if you purchased a motor vehicle on or after January 1, 2012 and prior to March 1, 2013 you have the opportunity to opt in to the new Title Ad Valorem Tax.
However, this expires at the close of business on February 28, 2014.
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The very savvy Lyn Nofziger (1924-2006), former Ronald Reagan aide, showed his political acumen by supporting Steve Forbes over George W. Bush in 2000. Good for Lyn. I also supported Forbes over Dole in 1996 and again over GWB in 2000.
California’s Proposition 187, which generally denies most government services to illegal aliens, passed by a 59 to 41 percent vote in November 1994. Despite the overwhelming support, wimpy Republican politicians in California are still scared to support it.
Bumper sticker of the day: Vote Yes On Preparation H. [Full Story »]
Here we go again with the mainstream media reporting subjective journalism 101 in endless coverage of former rock star Ted Nugent’s endorsement of Texas gubernatorial candidate Gregg Abbott on February 18, 2014, in Denton, Texas, who is the states attorney general (AG) and the inflammatory post remarks by Mr. Nugent.
Within hours, news media throughout the state and around the country eagerly followed up with reminders of all the things that Mr. Nugent had ever said, including particularly, incendiary characterization of President Obama as a (“sub-human mongrel”) and coupled with Nugent being with under age girls, which by the way, there is no dearth of probative evidenced that ever happened. [Full Story »]
Dodge County is really a good place to live. Consider the Dodge County Hospital offered a free health physical on February 20 and it included more of a health check-up than some of us will have unless we become seriously ill.
Thanks to Kevin Bierschank, Sandra Campbell and the rest of the Dodge County Hospital staff. [Full Story »]
The question as to whether or not Dodge County should be governed by a single commissioner or a board of commissioners may come to a vote this year, if legislation introduced by Georgia State Representative Jimmy Pruett is passed by the Georgia Legislature.
A ‘Notice of Intent to Introduce Local Legislation’ is running in the legal section of this week’s newspaper. [Full Story »]