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Enoch Autry

Check your underwear drawer for a status report on the recession

Ladies and gentlemen, I have an extremely personal question to ask you. To avoid your own embarrassment, you need not blurt out a reply in a crowded eatery and you do not need to telephone, e-mail or meet with yours truly to offer a response.

For this query, answering in head and not with your voice will suffice.

Son fatally wounds father with shotgun

An argument over the custody of children escalated into gunfire May 21 when a son fatally wounded his father with a shotgun.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigations have charged Allen Freddie-Lee Rachels, 25, of 2016 Hiltonia-Perkins Road with murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
Rachels’ 43-year-old father Jonie Allen Rachels, 43, resided at the same address
“The argument was about the custody of children and words lead to the shooting,” said Screven County Sheriff Mike Kile.

‘The Real World’ for the Class of 2009

Thousands in the Kelly Memorial Stadium stands Friday night witnessed the Screven County High School Class of 2009 take the next step toward “The Real World.”
“We can never say ‘I forgot my homework. Can I bring it tomorrow?’ said Ty-ria Jenkins, one of the 35 SCHS honor graduates. “No college will accept that.”
“We’ve all grown up – physically, mentally and spiritually,” STAR Student Jim Freeman told the crowd. “We now will have to make choices on our own.

Plan to save state welcome center could become prototype for other programs

An innovative solution that combined community efforts to save the state welcome center on U.S. Highway 301 from the governor’s budget cuts now be explored as a partner-type plan to creatively reduce other agency expenses, which, in turn, may kind keep some of Georgia’s facilities in operation.
Gov. Sonny Perdue sought to close the Screven County center and fire its two employees for an annual savings of $139,400. State lawmakers, however, restored $100,000 in the budget to operate the center and introduced a way to make up the additional $39,400.

Graduation Countdown

The Screven County High School graduation ceremonies routinely are efficient — sometimes taking just an hour, including the speeches by some of the seniors.
Even so, it may take a little longer Friday night when the members of the Class of 2009 get ready to receive their diplomas.
At least 215 are expected to graduate in front of the crowd at Kelly Memorial Stadium.

January teacher supplements nixed

Tuesday evening the school board voted to not provide county educators with a January supplement for the 2009-2010 school.
The board then voted to change the supplement policy to allow the members more flexibility on whether supplements will be provided to teachers in the future.
This latitude, board members say, may be benefit during the tough economic times.

80 more layoffs at local Timken plant

The Sylvania Timken plant will have an additional 80 layoffs effective by the end of this month, say company officials.
The dramatic worldwide economic decline is the reason for the layoffs.
Plant manager David Burke declined to comment on the layoffs. He rather referred all questions to Lorrie Paul Crum, the manager of Global Media & Strategic Communications for the Timken Company, headquartered in Canton, Ohio.


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