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P.:\\;GE 2 HOGANSVILI,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, THURSDAY 19, 2003 Zoning... continued from page 1 Yarbrough's request to build a temporary shed on his property at 817 East Main St., but said that approval is only Rd for two years Some council members expressed displeasure with Yarbrough's keeping old cars on his property, but were told that they all have tags and that t here's apparently nothing the city can do to make him move them. Gave Comport, LLC, approval to proceed with plans to make Hogansville an optic- fiber-wired city which could bring new Inernet service, phone service and new Cable TV service to residents here. "it's about time" the exist- ing CableTV )rovider had com- petition, Ma:,or Wilson St. Clair said. City Attorney Dan Lee noted that Comport will have to jump through a whole series of legal hoops before it can actually got into operation, including obtaining Public Service Commission approval. By Clint Claybrook BEST PLANT AWARD - Joe Vidal of the Hogansville Water Department received a plaque Monday night from Mayor Wilson St. Clair saluting the 'Best-Operated Water Plant' in Georgia's Region IV. Man Killed By A Grantville man who was run over and killed by a CSX train near downtown early Sunday morning has been iden- tiffed as Darrell Sewell, thought to be in his 30s, who lived at No. 8 Church SWeet. That's according to Police Chief Michael Caldwell, who has only been in that job in Grantville for about 30 days. 'The State Crime Lab did at] autopsy and there were no signs of foul play. Mr. Sewell's body has been returned to his family," Caldwell said on Tuesday. 'The train's engineer said he appeared to be sprawled out on the tracks a though he were sleeping," Caldwell said. "But those trains go through here at about 50 miles and hour and the Smith Receives Academic Honors engineer couldn't stop." Although the autopsy showed no signs of foul play, 'The investigation is still open," the police chief said. Sewellwas at the scene by Coroner Wimp Pierce. Do you have a passion f01 0 Boca Raton, Florida- 2002-2003 academic year at Stacey Lataine Smith of Lynn University in Boca Hogansville received Raton, Florida. Academic honors for the To qualify for academic America "s Home Place The Home You Want, Where You Want It. Site Built, Board By Board! FR Fireplace Month of June "03 Call or Come By TODM! 1505 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange 706-884-2444 Fax: 706-884-6444 wwwJtmericasHomoPlaco.com honors, a student must have completed 15 credits and achieve a grade point aver- age of at least 3.25 or higher for the semester. Lynn is a private University founded in 1962, which awards Associate, Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degrees and pro- motes high academic stan- dards and the development of individual talents and interests. The university cur- rently host more than 2,000 students from 44 states and 70 nations, creating a com- munity that provides stu- dents with a rich multicul- tural education and promotes global awareness. Lynn offers 30 majors in many of the world's fastest- growing professions, includ- ing communication, hospital- ity, health care and business, as well as certificate and degree programs through continuing education and dis- tance learning. Earn a In Human Development through Evening College at LaGrange Colle Offered through the College's Department of Education, a B.A. in Human Development will you to: Advance as a paraprofessional or as a Georgia Head or early-childhaod program employee. Hove on to receive your teacher certification through Geo:gia TAPP* or the LaGrange College Master dArtS in Feaching program (middle grades). Meet new federal hiring requirements for Evening College provides an active adult-student nity witb flexible scheduling options .igned for adults work, Family and other obligations. Financial aid is available. Attend an information session June 26 a 5:30 p.m, Smith Hall, Cobb Board Room Call 706-880-8298 or 800-593-2885 to registen COLLEGE www.lagrange.edu i i:' !,iiil I,l i:,' ,=gll !;,11:: 3,irltI:[=,, PrcpliaDL)T! Pri)gral! tqqlir> iq (,it,3 rOI ::i ,:,  m!,i,, m, ,: .,' a i,.:d - q,afin, ,d,,l Jv:ui(t aud a 2 , (;t'.",, Time To Make A Change 1103 Highway 34 675-8558   ORR Flag B'nk >1, #. Good ' Munbtl 11)I Neighbor Service 14 N LaFayette Sq fllHhSUet LaGrange 637 6621 882-0046 =" CAR HOME" HEALTH" LIFE e'-i 00am#l00s Wrecker S00tvic00 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 Deal direct with the owner! 637-8400 Try the BIG XTRA We senice what u,e sell! H & H Builders , Commercial and Residential Remodeling Concrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 CHEVRON e 189 E, Main Street Hogansville, GA (706) 637-9001 4 BODY SHOP * GLASS SHOP, AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME 1511 HAMILTON RD P.O BOX 1171 LAGRANGE. GEORGIA 30241 706-884-8259 DAVID FOSTER We Hnazzce 706-884-3619 B:i" Cl,,k I(vel3tlum; Ircql At Your Site" FUNDRAISERS Fish Fry's Company Picnics Sporting Events ' 8924 Hamilton Rd. "  it Pine Mountain "j' Georgia ,. '- 706-663-9343 huckleberrysq0l,c0m or 706-302-0451 MULTI-LINE LTD MAIIJNG SERVICE EO, BOX 602 LaGrange, GA 30241 Phone/Fax 706-8844297 Inserting Barcoded Labels Folding Resident & Special Mailing Labels Collating Label Printing/Application Metering 1st Class/Period,. icals/Standard Mail Prep Sealing Post Office Delive Alisa Matheny Owner/Operator We Sell All Types of Tires If you have a little land and a big dream.., let's build.., together. For More Information Call: e HUBBARD & SPINKS Parts - S 1 15 F. Main St. Phone: ttngansvi e, (;A 30230 (706) 637-6379 LaGrange 706-884.2444 ' :mcrk'a' lt0me Hate, Subject to ,X, lollgage Approval Downtown H0gansville and Inside Ingles 637-6544 or 637-6422 p:'ce:H /oqr regaes/s lo .7od. 1,:,/ :/,. (1 C E 4 _,od ,,,,, GI2SC J 3 dwp ia . s Weekly Bible Trivia "Blessed is he who __," artswot to, tO this Wc'ok ?l $CfttM tea#Jtlg) Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed. Thurs. Matt. Matt, Matt. Matt. Matt. 23:1-5 23:6-10 23:11-15 23:16-21 23:22-27 Religious Supplies Church Supplies Bibles * Robes Sunday School Supplies Hymnals Books, Tapes Gifts Cards Plaques Complete Selection Resonable Prices Senr's Doum 706-882.4899  E. 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