Recently the Dodge County High School Army JROTC program battalion underwent a JROTC Program of Accreditation (JPA) conducted by inspectors from 6th ROTC Brigade, Hunter Army Airfield, GA.
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Fire completely destroyed a singlewide mobile home on Saturday, April 2 at approximately 4:10 p.m. The trailer was owned and occupied by Mary Oxley. The trailer was a total loss. The trailer was located at 366 Bill Hambrick Road. The cause of the fire has not yet been determined. No one was at home at the time of the fire.
The Eastman Police Department reported the following arrests in the previous week.
Zachary Branch, age 39, of 5936 Hardin Street in Eastman was arrested for license: driving while unlicensed or expired/new resident.
James Burnam, age 32, of 509 Main Street in Eastman was arrested for license: driving while license suspended/revoked and operating restrictions for off road vehicle.
Tammy Pirkle, age 50, of 958 McRae Highway in Eastman was arrested for drugs: unauthorized distribution/use of fictitious or revoked; cruelty to children second degree and forgery in the first degree – other object.
Juvenile, age 16, of 9 Liberty Street in Eastman was arrested for criminal attempt.
Pedro Hernandez, age 31, of 5300 Foster Street in Eastman was arrested for license: driving while unlicensed or expired/new resident; driving under the influence (DUI) – alcohol 0.10 GM or more, 21 or over; and failure to maintain lane.
Ashley Wright, age 18, of 5334 1st Avenue in Eastman was arrested for license: driving while unlicensed or expired/new resident.
Jennifer Wingo, age 29, of 5714 Anson Avenue in Eastman was arrested for license: driving while license suspended/revoked and headlight requirements.
Jason Marshall, age 34, of 47 Holder’s Place in Eastman was arrested for speeding.
The Dodge County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests in the previous week.
Wayne Anthony Allen, age 47, of Chauncey was charged with simple battery.
Gerald Dean Fordham, age 32, of Adrian was charged with disorderly conduct.
Brent Albert Hamm, age 55, of Savannah was charged with probation violation.
Brandi N. Hightower, age 23, of Danville was charged with disorderly conduct.
Jason Jackson, age 35, of Eastman was charged with hit and run; duty of driver to stop at or return to scene of accident and expired or no drivers license.
Will Jenkins, age 61, of Eastman was charged with simple battery – family violence.
Richard Lee Kemp, age 46, of Chauncey was charged for child support.
Alec Gable Scoggins, age 21, of Dublin was charged with disorderly conduct.
Laura Kate Sutton, age 18, of Dublin was charge with disorderly conduct.
I’ve never seen a Democrat who supports term limits. Also none will support border control. Democrats are the party of open borders. The hapless Libertarian party is also on record as supporting open borders. Donald Trump has tapped into something huge and could ride it all the way to the top.
“Donald Trump may be flawed, but Washington is worse, on every front.”
Charles Hurt in Washington Times.com 3-20-16
As of March 21, John Kasich is 1 for 27 in the primaries and still dreams of winning the nomination. As of March 21 Ted Cruz is ahead of Trump in nine states. Kasich or anyone must win 8 states to have his/her name put into nomination at the convention.
Sean Hannity says he’s been to the Southern U.S. border at least 10 times. By using e-verify, illegals couldn’t get a job without proof of citizenship. Illegals pose a national security problem, an economic problem.
“We would be much worse without Christianity, but we wouldn’t know it.”
Joseph Sobran Sobran.com
Bumper sticker of the day: Veterans BEFORE Refugees!
ESPN: Egotists Spouting Pathetic Nonsense.
The prez didn’t have time to attend Nancy Reagan’s funeral. “Self-centered, classless Obama misses another funeral of a high profile conservative.”
Dr. Ben Carson, Gentle Ben, endorses Donald Trump. “He is actually a very intelligent man,” says Dr. Carson.
As of Sunday, March 6, 2016 - Days since Dustin Inman was killed by an illegal alien: 5,742.
Days since the horror on 9/11…5,290.
U.S. Border Patrol Agents lost in the line of duty…105.
Days until President Obama secures American borders…Unknown.
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Outstanding members of the community deserve recognition for their contributions to the community. The Pondtown Festival committee is pleased to announced that Sybil Williamson will be the grand marshal of the 2016 Pondtown Festival Parade. “Williamson’s many years of dedicated service to the Rhine community make her more than worthy of this honor,” says Jennifer White, a member of the Pondtown Festival Committee.
“It’s really an honor,” says Williamson, “I love Rhine, it’s my hometown. I moved here in the fourth grade, and I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else; Rhine is my Mayberry.”
Williamson “loves the festival. It is good for the town for people to come and see it. I am really excited for all of the festivities that the festival brings. It also brings back people to Rhine that haven’t been in a while, and it brings new people into the community as well.” Williamson says.
Williamson is the widow of Lynn Williamson. The couple were married for 34 years before he passed away in October of 2015. They began the tradition of the Rhine Christmas Parade. Williamson fought cancer in 2015 and early 2016, but is now happy to be able to say that she is cancer free.
Williamson is a devout member of Rhine Baptist Church, and has worked at the Rhine branch of CB&T since 1998. Williamson has two dogs, Coco and Fancy. She enjoys reading, connecting with people on Facebook, and completing word searches.
The Pondtown Festival will be held this Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. The parade will begin at 2:00 p.m. with lineup at 1:00 p.m. at the old school. Buddy Jewell will perform beginning at 8:00 p.m.