Pinehurst — Two Dooly County Elementary students, Samual Doggett and Timberlyn Oden, turned in pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House recently. DCES students also collect Box Tops for Education, Campbell’s Soup labels, used printer cartridges, old cell phones and old cameras to raise funds for student incentives.
Students collect can tabs
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Crisp Academy graduates 12
Members of the Crisp Academy Class of 2013 stand in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church Thursday night as they prepare to receive their diplomas.
Police arrest two for forgery, seven for shoplifting
Within a 72-hour period earlier this week, city police charged two persons with forgery and cited seven others for shoplifting at Walmart.
Church honors pastor
Houston Mt. Zion Baptist Church here will honor its pastor, the Rev. Nathaniel A. Jackson this Sunday, May 19 at 2:30 p.m.
Semi trailer overturns
No one was injured after a semi trailer overturned, almost losing the load of plywood it was carrying.
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City of Rochelle threatened with suit
Officials here have been served with a notice of intent to file citizen suit under the Clean Water Act.
Afternoon wreck slows traffic
Traffic was slowed on 16th Avenue and Pecan Street as first responders worked a three-vehicle accident this afternoon.
Former taxicab company employee charged with jewelry theft
A previous driver for All Stretched Out Taxicab has been charged with the theft of $10,250 worth of jewelry from the home of his former employer.
Police arrest pair in connection with strong-arm robbery
City police have arrested two of five local men allegedly involved in a strong-armed robbery and have charged two Floridians with bringing stolen property into the state and theft by taking.
Plant sale today
Crisp County High School FFA is concluding its "graduation" plant sale this afternoon.
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