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Henry Community Calendar - Aug. 30, 2014

Join the Atlanta Audubon Society Bird Walk at Panola Mountain’s Power of Flight area.

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Henry students place at 4-H State Congress

Tommy Dorminy and Madison Rivers earn third place honors

McDONOUGH — Two Henry County students placed in the 72nd Annual 4-H State Congress recently.

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Pet of the Week - Travis

Travis is a mild-mannered Australian cattle dog mix

Henry Community Calendar - Aug. 29, 2014

Join the Atlanta Audubon Society Bird Walk at Panola Mountain’s Power of Flight area.

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‘Oklahoma!’ musical coming in September

McDONOUGH — Henry County residents have joined the Front Porch Players cast for its upcoming musical “Oklahoma!.”

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NASCAR driver David Ragan visits with fans at local Kroger | PHOTO GALLERY

McDONOUGH — Fans were beaming ear to ear Wednesday as NASCAR driver David Ragan sat down to sign autographs.

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Historic Jonesboro dances through history at Tara Ball

This was the Tara Ball — a reenactment of a typical 19th century ball hosted Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County Inc. in the Eagle’s Landing Country Club Aug. 9.

Henry Community Calendar - Aug. 27, 2014

Haulers through Hampton

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NASCAR fans arriving at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton

HAMPTON — The smell of bacon drifted from a camp site at Atlanta Motor Speedway Tuesday morning.

McGarity selected as finance chairman for state YMCA

McDONOUGH — Lindsey McGarity has been selected to serve as the 2014 Chairman of the Henry County Finance Drive for the State YMCA of Georgia.

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WWII vet honored as ‘Hometown Hero’

Bob Graham celebrated at restaurant grand reopening.

Henry Community Calendar - Aug. 23, 2014

Hot August Nights 5K

Consumers beware: Avoid getting clipped by fraudulent online coupons

McDONOUGH — Everyone likes to save a little money and coupons are a popular way to do it.

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STOVALL: Hands are lifted for black men, but for a different reason

Ten years ago, in my home town of North Omaha, Neb., a place where some have said is one of the most dangerous city’s per capita in America for an African American male, I took a routine trip to the barber shop for my bi-weekly haircut.