Kenzell Montrell Walker was found guilty on one count felony aggravated assault, which was reduced to felony obstruction of officer and sentenced to serve four years in prison.
Bridget Roberson was found guilty on one count felony theft by shoplifting, which was reduced to misdemeanor theft by taking and sentenced to 12 months probation, pay a $400.00 fine and was banned from the property.
James Alexander Warren was found guilty on one count headlights and sentenced to 12 months probation and pay a $185.00 fine.
Samuel Warren was found guilty on one count felony possession/manufacture/distribution/etc of marijuana and was sentenced to 10 years probation to run concurrent with prior and pay a $1,250.00 fine.
Milton Evans was found guilty on one count felony theft by taking, which was reduced to misdemeanor theft by taking and sentenced to 12 months probation and ordered to pay a $350.00 fine.
Diana Blash was found guilty on one count felony aggravated assault, which was reduced to misdemeanor reckless conduct. She was sentenced to 12 months probation and ordered to pay a $250.00 fine. [Full Story »]
By Angie Bland
The Dodge County High School (DCHS) soccer teams had an outstanding week. The teams traveled to Bleckley County last Tuesday to take on the Royals. This game is looked forward to each year, as it is a rivalry. The games between these teams are intense even though it does not count toward a region win or loss.
The Lady Indians started out the game quickly falling behind by a point. This point was quickly rectified and Aja Murray put the Lady Indians on the scoreboard. Brooke Best and Haley Holloway each scored two goals giving the Lady Indians a win over Bleckley County. This win would not have been possible without the assistance of our offensive team that helped out by assisting.
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The 2014 Leadership Dodge class recently traveled to Atlanta to catch a glimpse of the state legislative process and also to gain an understanding of the economic development process for the State of Georgia.
The group visited the Centergy Center, which is home to the State Economic Development Department and houses the economic development leaders of Georgia Power and Georgia EMC.
The class was introduced to economic development strategies that can be useful in Dodge County. [Full Story »]
By Frank Erwin
The Dodge County High School (DCHS) Indians tennis teams hosted the Hawkinsville Red Devils March 3, 2014. The boys lost two to three and the girls won five to zero.
Winners for the boys were number one singles, Jacob Danforth, six to two in the first set and six to four in the second set; number two singles, Dallas Hardin, six to zero in the first set and six to one in the second set.
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Things the citizens should know:
Over in my neck of the woods railing against politician-inflicted evil is as natural as pine trees. This old man who lives among the pines does not believe that the politicians are totally responsible for the mess we are in but they do have a very major part in it. Our country is in a mess because disinterested, turned off citizens don’t give a hoot about politics.
In order to keep on wreaking their havoc, politicians have to get elected. For most of them, politics is the fuel for a power trip feeding a fractured ego. Control of the lives of others is their substitute for a meaningful sense of self worth. Politicians have to suffer the indignities of the election process in order to continue their mayhem. Citizens claiming not to give an owl’s honk about politics seem to think they only have to maintain normal body temperature and stay above ground.
Those who proclaim their disinterest in politics are really saying they don’t know beans about it. Avoidance is their way of eschewing any discussion or involvement in the mess and disavowing any responsibility in the results of an election when there is a breakdown in the governing body as we are seeing right now. This allows the politician to carry out his duties as he pleases knowing that he’ll get away with whatever it is he wants to do, without major repercussions. Thus, the chaos continues and it thrives.
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“The advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty.”
The medialeft will guard against the sheeple finding out anything worth knowing.
Don’t forget - Eric Liebman on LewRockwell.com points out that the hideous mercury lights are George W. Bush Bulbs and 19 Republican Senators voted for the bill in 2007 banning the great Edison cheapo, efficient, affordable incandescent bulbs. Why not let the public decide in the free market which bulbs to buy? And why did GWB play ball with his enemies on the left?
Yes, Republicans are the Stupid Party, as the late great Sam Francis frequently pointed out. I’d still rather be stupid than evil. The Democrats are Evil personified.
Information you can’t do without: In Great Britain they still consume three times as much tea as coffee, even though Starbucks has invaded Britain. In the USA, the numbers are reversed - three times more coffee drank than tea. [Full Story »]
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.