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Columnists Serve Up Food[ for Thougt - Page A4 Jk AIbC i!tJ J PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO, 35 Formerly The Hogansville Herald Received Each Week in 4,000 Homes in the Hogansville-GrantviUe Area Jailed Thefts Camp been after police said they into several vehicles morning at Holiday on West Point :i,.s were called to the shortly after five morning in reference theft. by a noise coming vehicles. they investigated, said they found two men items from their vehi- two suspects saw the threw down the stolen fled the campsite in Vehicle with the two giving chase in two of the campers, her Daniel, wrecked Ranger in a sharp i while pursuing the two Page 2A i Bryan ts'taff NEW SKILLS - 'Dr" Keegan Montgomery (r) checks Hector Castillo's heart rate during the Medical Voyage Enrichment program held at Hogansville Elementary School. Medical-How Practice 40 Students Exploring Medicine In l O-day "Voyage' By Bryan Geter More than 40 Hogansville and Troup ounty students are participating in a 10-day simulated "medical voyage." The Voyager Learning Program is lesigned o help students learn through explo- ration, said Jim Korytoski, administrator at the Hogansville Elementary site. "Students will learn team- work and responsibility as they actively participate in See MEDICAL, Page 2A Natalie Brown is checked by nine "doctors" while teacher Peggy Pulver looks on. Shown are Hector Castillo, Josh Davis, Keegan Montgomery, Jessica Reeves, Kendrell Ringer, Chris Singleton, Jessica Smith, Kenny Ringer and Teresa Watson. Violators Pay $4,013 In Court Charges ranging from dis- orderly conduct to seatbelt vio- lations resulted in $4,013 of fines at the June 8 Hogansville City Recorder's Court. Judge Robert Whatley presided over the court. THE DOCKET included six cases of disorderly conduct. Christopher L. Crowley, charged with disorderly con- duct, was fined $105 and given six months' probation. Shannon D. Crowley was also charged with disorderly conduct, fined $155 and given six months' probation. Thomas Thornton, facing a charge of disorderly conduct, was fined $545 and given five days of community service plus six months' probation. THE CASE of Raymond Cleotis Gates, charged with dis- orderly conduct, was continued until Dec. 14. JasonLapgley, charged with ublic d/t$lss, was fined ;350. On a charge of disorder- ly conduct, he was fined $675. The disorderly conduct charge for Natassia Willoughby was continued until Dec. 14. Christopher HockeR, cited for no proof of insurance, was fined $38. On a charge of too fast for conditions, he was fined $140. Robert E. Elzey paid a $15 fine for a seat belt violation. Lawrence Jackson, charged with operating a vehicle with- out a valid tag, received a warn- ing. Patrick E. Jonney, facing a seat belt violation, was fined $15. Roderick King, charged with a vaccination require- ment, was fined $79. ALSO, Rachel Sims Manis, charged with speeding 59 in a 35 zone, had her case continued until July 13. Jason C. Remich, charged with driving with a suspended license, was fined $155. Robert G. Beasley, cited for defective equipment, was fined $76.50. Patricia B. Bishop, facing a seat belt violation, was fined $15. Jason Allen Boltze was fined $155 for having no business license. But an additional charge of failure to appear resulted in another $155 fine, three days of community ser- vice and six months' probation. Alisa D. Campbell, for a child seat belt violation, was fined . FINED $15 for a seat belt violation was Eric T. Rutledge. Carl Dallas States, charged with driving without a license, was bound over to State Court. Lara Saturnino, charged with having no insurance, was fined $795 and given 12 months' probation. For an improper tag, she was fined another $415. Tamikon Tigner, for a seat belt violation, was fined $15. Regina Diane Shirey, was fined $76.50 for a no-passing zone charge. West Offers $200 To- Nab Sign Thief A candidate ,for a local office, in association with Crime Stoppers of Troup County, is offering a $200 reward for infor- mation leading to the arrest and conviction of a person or per- sons stealing his campaign signs. C. Lee West, a candidate for Troup County Coroner, report- ed to local authorities that at least 15 of his signs in areas throughout the city of LaGrange and Troup County were taken over the weekend. West has extended the $200 reward to anyone who gives local authorities the name or names of the persons who stole the signs. He says the reward would be paid off only if the per- son is convicted of the crime. ulse of Hogansville What Are Your Plans for the July Fourth Holiday? ROSSER: "i'm to barbecue some r=, relax and watch the NANCY LEYVA & KAREN STITDER: 'TII be working that day. But afterwards I'm going to cook out, go swimming and shoot some fireworks:' TABATHA RODGERS:"I'm going to the fireworks show at West Point Lake which will be at Pine Road Park." CHRIS TUCKER: "1'11 open my store in the morning. I'll close in the afternoon and go home and grill out" MARTHA RUSSELL: "I'm not planning to do anything except help nurse a friend who is crippled:' RENEA BAILY WITH RANDY: "We are going to hang around the house and grill out:'