The Georgia High School Association placed its member schools into regions last week under its new six classification system. Schools have until this Friday to appeal their placement and request lateral movement in the class they were assigned according to the number of ninth through 11th graders as submitted by each school in October.
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She may be just over five feet in her size-six heels, but Gordon interim president Shelley Nickel stands tall in the estimation of her students, and leaves big footprints as she departs the college this year. [Full Story »]
Reports out of Lamar County High School Thursday at noon indicated Pike County has declined to play Lamar County in football next season, thus ending the annual Battle of Potato Creek at least for awhile. [Full Story »]
Ok, so what’s the best Christmas gift that you received last year? It’s tough to remember isn’t it? Honestly, I can’t remember what the best gift that I received was either but I’m sure that it came from my wife and I’m sure that I loved it! [Full Story »]
On Monday, December 5th, at 6:00PM the American Cancer Society Relay For Life® of Lamar County will officially get underway as event volunteers and participants gather at Barnesville First Baptist Church, CFLC Building, for a kickoff rally to launch their fundraising efforts for 2012. The rally will celebrate the success of the 2011 Relay For Life of Lamar County, which raised over $41,000, with awards and recognition. Then celebrate the start of the new 2012 Relay season with important new information, resources, and excitement! [Full Story »]