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Page 3 Special, II The I Formerly The Hogansville Herald m Serving the Hogansville-Grant00le Area Since 1944 Here Page 10 PRSRT STD AUTO U S, POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 59, NO. 39 HOGANSVILLE, GEORGIA - THURSDAY, ,Frl ". 26, 2002 50€ _-.fiord Named Teacher of Year Mary Alford is Hogansville r's Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Alford is a third grade exten- This is her fourth year teaching Mrs. Alford grew up in West and graduated from State College in Fairmont, West Virginia with a B.A. Degree in Elementary Education. Before moving to Troup County, she taught for 11 years in South Carolina. Mrs. Alford's husband Steve is an employee of Mflhken and Co. She has two children, Megan, an eighth grader at Gardner Newman Middle School, and Steven, a fifth grader at Hollis Hand Elementary School. Mrs. Alford's qualifications for this distinguished award include com- pasmon, loyalty, and genuine concern for the students of Hogansville Elementary. She is understanding and patient, not only with the children in her class- es, but also with the entire student body. Mrs. Alford has earned the love and respect of both students and staff because of her giving and caring nature. Mary Afford Jailed r BRYAN GETER Hogansville's Corey Keele day las[ Thursday. He was responded to a ., 18, the officer that Kathy 36, had pushed him. Keele said he was then to the police station Kathy Harris, Anita and Tiffany Storm waiting. Harris told Keele that at 104 Greenough Ave. The argument, Harris was about a domestic betwes--Kaow-  • and Lauren Storm. She said as the argument up, Alfonso Gates broke the two Harris, Messer and Gates that Fred Grissom to them he was going his gun and take care Harris was arrested for • In a separate incident, a issued for Chad of Apt. 13 Meadows Apts. after ; Wife reported to the HPD her husband has physi- assaulted her in their • In another incident, Johnny I.ockard S Poplar Street who stated as she and Jonathan of the same were about to leave residence, Larocko Boyd Boyd, Jr. came up to and hit him in the left It is believed to stem from l incident that happened at in I County before. Fitten, at presstime, had- decided whether he will charges. • In a separate case, Pike, 20, reported to Grocery BurglA.00 Probed ay m/Baaew WE'RE NUMBER ONE - The Callaway Cava fans are the best when it comes to supporting their team. The lagl .crodce on eir feet in the rain yelling and suppoCdng tf' CAVS_F nday .' nmg_at.,,  ,aY )um in LaGrange. Callaway defeated the Greenville patriots, z]-u.   zA . By BRYAN GETER The Hogansville Police Investigators are working on a burglary case that occurred on Friday morning around 2 a.m. According to police reports, someone broke the glass in the front door of the Piggly Wiggly Food Store located on Hwy 29 N. glary alarm the store and upon arrival, offi- cers noticed the front door was broken out. Cpl. Samantha Dunklee and Edward LPe entered the store and cleared the build- ing. The officers noticed that behind one of the cash regis- ters, three carton of ciga- rettes were on the floor. Investigator Corey Keele was called to the scene and he immediately called store manager, David Askew. Keele said the glass was broken out with a brick and was thrown so hard that the other door, some 20 feet away was damaged as well. Askew said at least, six carton of cigarettes was taken with a value of $216. *In another incident, Simon G. Yearwood of N. Canie Street told police that Street his back pocket, when he took Gates home on Sunday evening between 7 p.m. -8 p.m. Yearwood said he didn't realized it was missing until he was on his way to the store. Yearwood went back to Gates' home and Gates "took off' running, but he found his billfold but $75 was missing. Warrant procedures were advised. Business Owners Urged To Update 911 Listings The Troup County Sheriff's Office and the E-911 Center is asking anyone that opens a new business oi" pur- chases an existing business to call 911 and give them the emergency contact informa- tion. "We are currently check- ing about 325 businesses nightly and certainly try to keep up with when someone opens a new business or a business comes under new management, but we don't know about it every time," said Sheriff Turner. A person opening a new business in unincorporated Troup County should call 883- 1700 and give them the busi- ness name, address, phone number and an emergency contact person and phone number for after hours emer- gencies. "Many times at night deputies ask E-911 operators to call the emergency contact of a business they are check- Lug to ask a question of the owaer or to advise the oner of something suspicious and the deputy has found many times that the business is under new management and no contact person is on Erie," said E-911 Director Suzy Noles. If anyone has any ques- tions about this procedure, they, are asked to call DireO_or Noles at 883-1700. that someone had her car and stolen a The case is still an arrest is pend- one car accident on E. Main at E Road near Hutchins- Road on Sunday with no major reported. Wayne Addison, of 1197 Blue Creek Road a 1992 Dodge ' entered a curve and hydroplane and tree that sits on an E. Main and there was amount of water on the roadway due rain. citations were isshed. Fm HONOR- Little Peyton Hannem with her dad, state trooper Hanners, Jr. enters the church for the youth pro- gram. • 00_ntioch Youths Sponsor 9/11 Tribute Service By BRYAN GETER The Antioch Baptist Church youth sponsored "Let Us Never Forget" pro- gram last Wednesday evening remem- bering the tragic event of September 11, 2001. Several songs were sung including the Star Spangled Banner, God Bless America, People Need the Lord, I Give You Jesus and The Statue of Liberty. Those participating were Randy Barley, Jason Boatman, Stephen Boatman, Jacob Bonner, Josh Bonner, Sammy Calhoun, Bridgette Chapman, Lacy Cleveland, Elizabeth Fincher, Kaitlyn Gaddy, Lauren Gaddy, Anna Hammett, Sumer Herndon, April McClurg, Jackalm Neese, Allan Potter, Jessica Prophitt, Austin Thompson, SON LIKE FATHER - Phillip Hanners, Sro (R) and son Phillip Hanners, Jr. enjoy the youth program at Ant. Kim Thompson, Jordan Whaley and Lacy Wriljams. Special thanks goes to Brandon D. & Allan latter for art work; Jason Boatman and Tim Potter, sound room spe; Allan Potter, special effects ist; Charles Lee and Thn Potter, special effects assistants; and Stephen Boatman and Jordan Whaley, typeset- ting and printing. The youth choir, directed by Lori Boatman, presented a Patriotic Cantata, "We Will Remember", on September 8 as they remembered September 11. The youth wanted the community to know that they would never forget the tragedy that their generation expe- rienced. They invided local law enforce- ment, including the Georgia State Patrol, and fire fighters. The narrator of the program, Peyton Harmers, shared a special inter- est in this program as her dad, PhiUip Harmers, Jr., a local Ga. State Trooper and U.S. Naval Reservist was called to active duty during the 9-11 crisis.