A helicopter crash near a busy train station in London caused a huge fireball on the ground and killed two people.
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Russell (Rusty) Sowell
Crisp BOE names new CCHS principal
Russell (Rusty) Sowell has been named new principal of Crisp County High School. Crisp Board of Education members approved his employment this past week.
- Fullington awards 19 diplomas
- CCHS graduates 210 seniors
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- Wilcox schools will have different schedules
- Crisp BOE names new CCHS principal
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Wildcats weather playoff scares from Crusaders
Heeding the “where there’s a will, there’s a way” adage, Crisp Academy’ Wildcats struggled mightily Friday en route to a GISA Class A baseball quarterfinals sweep of Robert Toombs’ Crusaders.
With its hard-earned wins of 8-5 and 14-11, coach John Penney’s now 14-5 squad advances to the Final Four for a fourth straight year. Its foe in a best-of-three road series expected to start on Friday is Region 1-A champion Bethlehem Christian (13-5-2).
- Crisp-Marist pairing represents a Final Four contrast
- Fullington learns its Final Four opponent
- Dooly County High pays tribute to its athletes at all-sports banquet
- Crisp County net teams honored at recent fete
- Wildcats weather playoff scares from Crusaders
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Seizure of AP records insult to independent press
Distrust of government secrecy has been elevated to an exceptional level with the disclosure the Justice Department covertly examined two months of Associated Press phone records to determine who leaked details to the AP about a foiled terrorist plot.
- Eyewitness gives account of Boston Marathon bombings
- Letter to the editor:
- Life, liberty, and…..abuse?
- Seizure of AP records insult to independent press
Witherspoon 'deeply embarrassed' after arrest
Reese Witherspoon is "deeply embarrassed" about what she said to police officers after she and her husband were arrested during a traffic stop in Atlanta.
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- VIDEO: Reese Witherspoon apologizes after arrest
- Witherspoon 'deeply embarrassed' after arrest