Jay Brown, the late fire chief of Gresston Volunteer Fire Department, will be among the firefighters honored on Sunday, August 17 by the Atlanta Braves. The Georgia Fallen Fire Fighters Foundation will be hosting a fundraiser at the game at 8:00 p.m. in Atlanta.
Brown died in the line of duty on June 27, 2010 and he will be honored for his service to his community.
The Atlanta Braves are paying tribute to Georgia Fire Fighters and honoring those lost in the line of duty deaths at this game.
If you would like to attend the event and show your support please call Danson Smith at 404-614-2381 or email at email@example.com.
A fundamental wrestling camp will be held on Saturday, August 16 at the Dodge County Wrestling Gym. There will be two sessions held that day.
The first session is from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. and the second session is 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. The gym will open at 8:00 a.m. for registration.
The camp is open for youth through high school age. Beginners and experienced wrestlers will benefit from this camp.
Coach Dave Matthews, head wrestling coach at Life University women’s program, owner of Mid State Wrestling Academy and a coach for Team Georgia National Team will be the clinician.
For more information on the camp and cost please call 478-231-5523.
The Obama administration provides illegal aliens all you can eat meals, free cable television, lawyers, medical and dental treatment, all the comforts of home, while Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi languishes in a dirty Mexican jail, suffering beatings and other mistreatment, four months and counting, for making a wrong turn on the border on a poorly-marked road. Who speaks for him? Apparently he has been abandoned, at least until the ransom goes up.
Dr. Ron Paul’s toll-free update number is 1-888-322-1414. Dr. Paul’s Texas Straight Talk column of July 7, 2014 on Hobby Lobby: “Everyone should be exempt from government mandates!” Dr. Ron Paul has a suggestion on the illegal alien problem: “Deliver bus loads of illegals to Hollywood elites.”
Bumper sticker of the day: I Got A Gun For My Husband - Good Trade!
T-shirt slogan on PatriotDepot.com: SURVIVOR Your Mom Was Pro-Life 50 Million Didn’t Survive Repeal Roe v. Wade patriotdepot.com.
Texas Governor Rick Perry has persuaded Charles Schwab & Co. to move from San Francisco to El Paso, Texas, creating 1,200 new jobs in low-overhead, low-tax Texas. California is running people off with high taxes and big illegal immigration problems. I have worked in Texas six different times, once in the Air Force and five times with Eastern Airlines. One thing I noticed quickly - no state income tax in Texas. Working in Texas was a pleasure. Taxes are very high in California. I worked there twice in 1983. I understand conditions have become much worse since then. California had pleasant weather and a very unpleasant cost of living. Both were good in Texas.
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An Eastman man has been shot in an alleged robbery attempt, according to a Dodge County Sheriff’s report.
The report stated that Melvin Watson McCloud (age 24) was allegedly shot by another Eastman man that he was riding with. The two men apparently stopped on Free Gift Church Road and the driver allegedly got a shotgun and demanded money from McCloud. McCloud told the man that he didn’t have any money and an argument ensued and McCloud began to run. That is when he was allegedly shot in both legs by the driver, causing him to fall into a ditch.
McCloud stated that the driver then approached him and continued to demand money and then allegedly struck him in the head with the stock of the shotgun. McCloud managed to make his way to a residence where 911 was called. [Full Story »]
The following arrests were reported by the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office for the dates July 16, 2014 through July 31, 2014.
Richard Brown – 7/16/14 – cruelty to children (one count).
Andrew C. Ellis – 7/17/14 – possession of child pornography (one count).
David W. King – 7/17/14 –burglary (one count).
Felicia Pennygraft – 7/18/14 – obstruction of officer (one count) and disorderly conduct (one count).
Timothy Harrell – 7/18/14 – reckless driving (one count), speeding (one count) and improper lane change (one count).
Debra L. Ayers – 7/22/14 – theft by receiving stolen property (one count).
Scott J. Collins – 7/23/14 – driving under the influence (DUI) (one count).
Josh Smith – 7/23/14 – possession of marijuana (one count), possession of Schedule I controlled substance (one count), obstruction of officer (one count), and pedestrian under the influence (one count).
Joel Durden – 7/24/14 – DUI (one count), possession of drug related object (one count) and no taillights (one count). [Full Story »]
The Eastman Police Department made the following arrests during the week of August 4 through August 12, 2014.
Jacquelyn Butler, age 44, 5706 Fifth Avenue, Eastman, probation violation (one count).
Kimberly Horne, age 36, 404 Harrell Avenue, Eastman, parole violation (one count).
Sammie Frazier, age 47, 629 Main Street, Eastman, battery-family violence (one count).
Carmello Torres, age 52, 623 Harrell Avenue, Apartment 10B, Eastman, public drunkenness (one count).
Rube Jenkins, age 37, 1646 Salem Woods Drive, Conyers, failure to appear bench warrant (one count).
Claude Godfrey, age 54, 208 Main Street, Eastman, improper u-turn (one count) and driving under the influence (DUI) (one count).
Travis Mizell, age 33, 9 Liberty Street, Eastman, license driving while license suspended or revoked (one count).
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Last weekend the drinking water of 400,000 Toledo residents was fouled by animal waste. With unfettered growth of animal agriculture and ineffective discharge regulations, it will happen again in our own state.
The problem has become pervasive. Waste from chicken farms has rendered ocean off the East Coast unfit for fishing. Waste from Midwest cattle ranches carried by Mississippi River has created a permanent “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico larger than that of the infamous 2010 BP oil spill. [Full Story »]