Basketball season continues for the Dodge County Middle School (DCMS) Warriors. The teams played four games over the past week. The Lady Warriors remained undefeated and the Warriors split four games.
The week began as the Warriors and the Lady Warriors hosted Toombs County. Let’s start with the girls’ game. This game was over in a hurry. Dodge would jump out to a 33 to zero lead at the half. Yes, it was a shutout at the half. The dreams of the shutout would end as Toombs hit a pair of free throws in the final minute of the third and Dodge coasted to a 41 to five final.
Here is a look at the Dodge scoring: Destanee Wright had 15 points; Nessia Mitchell, 14 points; Europe Brown, eight points; Precious Coleman, three points; Cheyenne Hunt, two points; Kylie Hunt, two points; and Lashauna Coley, one point.
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The Pondtown Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Rhine Volunteer Fire Department, will be held on Saturday, December 13. The parade will begin at 7:00 p.m.
Any reigning queens, local churches, businesses and citizens of Pondtown and Dodge County are invited to enter and attend.
The entry fee for the parade is a new, unopened toy in a box for a boy or girl.
Anyone can bring toys to help with this effort.
Children enjoyed milk and cookies, listening to Christmas stories and visiting with Santa at the Eastman-Dodge County Chamber of Commerce Hall on Friday, December 5. The successful event benefited the Eastman Firefighters’ Club Toy Drive. (Photo by Araina Reaves)
Al McCranie (l) was sworn in as Dodge County Probate Judge by Dodge Superior Court Judge Freddie Mullis (r) on Friday, December 5 in the Dodge Superior Courtroom. Many family and friends attended the swearing-in. (Photo by Tracey Graham)
Santa Clause arrived in Eastman on Saturday, December 6 during the annual Eastman Lions Club Christmas Parade. The parade is usually the biggest parade in Eastman of the year, and this year was no exception. A huge crowd gathered in downtown Eastman to enjoy all the entries in the parade and welcome Santa. (Photo by Nikki Graham)
At $4 billion spent on the midterm elections to win 435 House seats and 36 Senate seats, it comes to an average of $8.5 million per seat. The word billion is underrated and was a shock word a few years back. It’s still huge, as you can see, still 1,000 times 1,000,000 (a thousand times a million). Television and radio stations make big bucks on political ads. Runoffs are additional revenue, of course. Speaking of runoffs, bye Sen. Mary Landrieu.
Rabbi Steven Pruzansky says social parasites vote for a living rather than work for a living (2012 statement), more true each year.
Saira Blair, 18 year old Republican conservative University of West Virginia student has been elected to the W. Va. state legislature. She’s pro-life and low-tax. I’m guessing she’s pro-choice on light bulbs, also. That’s where all should be pro-choice: light bulb freedom. The old Edison cheapo bulb was one of the greatest inventions ever. Dollar Tree still has them at three for a dollar. I use cheap bulbs and seldom have one burn out. She’s the first Saira I’ve heard of.
Dr. Ron Paul’s toll-free number is 1-888-322-1414.
Thanks to Matt Barber of Stone Mountain, Ga., my former neighbor across the street, for getting my ten year old computer working again. I’m not mechanically inclined.
Maryland, Massachusetts and Illinois, all liberal Demo states, elected Republican governors in November.
“When you win, people are more receptive to what you say than when you lose.”
talk host Dennis Prager
Weirdo Minnesota sent Al Franken back for another six years after he stole the election in 2008. Notice I did not say he was reelected. You could say he was elected in 2014 for the first time.
“The U.S. Constitution poses no serious threat to our form of government.”
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