Wednesday May 15
Minot Daily News
Memorial services will be held today, May 15, 2013, at 3 p.m., in Dorminy Mill Baptist Church, Ben Hill County, Ga., with the Rev.
Police report for May 12
Crime briefs: A woman reported Thursday that her nephew shot at her with a small revolver in the 100 block of Grove Street in Ty Ty after he got mad because she would not allow him to drive the car.
19:00: Fitzgerald defends position after Judge criticises lack of detention facilities
The Children's Minister said a 300% increase in young people being referred to detention facilities, caused the system to run out of places.
Movie Review: 'The Great Gatsby'
The Great Gatsby" is the Hope Diamond of American cinema - priceless, enviable, impossibly tacky and bad, bad luck.
14:25: Callinan rejects Ombudsman's criticisms
The Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan has rejected criticisms by the Garda Ombudsman that the force failed to co-operate with an investigation into alleged links between officers and a convicted drug dealer.
Exercise boosts test scores, Georgia school system says
As the sound system pounds out "Glad You Came" by The Wanted, the doors to the modest gymnasium at Sope Creek Elementary School fly open, and children come streaming into the room, racing to take their place among the line dancers.
The Macon Telegraph
Elementary school's morning workouts linked to better test scores
Suddenly there are 75 third-, fourth- and fifth-graders twisting, bending, lunging and hopping their way through a 20-minute set of dance tunes.
'White' prom still takes place in Wilcox County
It may be 2013, but students at a Georgia high school made national headlines Saturday night by holding their first-ever integrated prom.
Fitzgerald approves road in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Earlier this month, the Ben Hill County Commission approved the honor for the county portion of the road.
16:39: Missing children hotline operating on full-time basis
A Europe-wide hotline for missing children is now operating on a full-time basis in Ireland.