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October 30, 2019 Mr New AD might want to take a closer I k: at your Volley Dogs and find out why so many players sat out in protest instead of playing in the playoffs. Pull,them to the side and ask them it needs to be exaosed. 58 Love how quick the commis- sioners voted for themselves a raise but spent more than $20,000 of our money on a study, and still don't give their employees onel Replace them! voles: 33 R porter Man, Towaliga Tina and I are enjoying this Cooler weather, and even the rain. After the drought of September and October, it will be a while before I complain about rain again. Thank you Jesus. It would be nice if we could blame the second-half rain for our Bulldogs' loss to West Laurens on Friday. But we can't. The Raiders were just better this year --- much better. Speaking of trying not to complain about things, it would be a good time to re- member that our Bulldogs went five years without losing a game in Region 2-AAAA. That's pretty darn special. on the street is that Coach Nelson had to take care of a few attitudes on the team after Friday loss, and may have even quit the team. That MAY make it harder for the Bulldogs to beat Perry and Howard in our season games that will determine whether we can get a home playoff game. On the other hand, some- times the removal of some attitude problems can improve morale to the point that the team plays better even without a few "star" players. We shall see on Friday. Adios amigos! causes stir at H lid Inn some starters final two regular Page 3A Forsyth firefighters and police took care of a lamp fire in a room at Holiday Inn Express. Thanks Mr Hedges for recognizing Below Living Wages in Monroe County. Wished I had Stayed Class Act. votes: 29 Mr Evans is a STUMBLING BLOCK to Employees who work for Monroe He is so OUTDATED; NOT In Touch with what it takes to Stay Current in this Modern Day Society. votes: 23 Trump is just like Ford Trucks built Tough! votes: 14 Until Ioca state and federal governments spend our tax dollars $$$ with conserva- tive principles, we will vote NO on TSPLOST taxes. All Georgia residents need re orotest any new tax because of government abuse of our $,% votes: 12 I wonder if Commission- ers could live off $300 per week? Oh yea. Larry says free benefits? Wonder what those deductions are? 10 A big THANK YOU to Man- roe SO for stopping working traffic on t75! Now my late a" can speed to work with all the others! Iol votes: 7 If seems to me that Larry E is me only conservative on the me board. A true conser- vative would fight agains( - overspending our taxpayer money on employee raises, I heard the new sheriff rs making more money then the state of Georgia tells the county to pay him? WHY? STOP SPENDING SO MUCH! votes: 7 Stop thinking of only yourself Mr or Mrs McCowan RD I think Eddie has done an overall great job for this com- munity, votes: 7 If the leacher vent is. in fact true. then this is not the appropriate place for it. Go to the principal, and beyond if necessary. Gossip doesn't help and only makes a bad situation worse, voles: 6 By Will Davis oubhsher@mymcr.net No one was injured when a lamp caught fire in a room at the Holiday Inn Express in Forsyth on Saturday; Oct. 26. Forsyth firefighters and police offers were dis- patched to the Holiday Inn Express around 10:30 a.m. on Saturday after a guest reported a fire in Room 327. Officer Jer- emy Malone was talking to hotel employee Erika Tolbert when he saw a female hotel employee running upstairs in a panic on the security video stream. Malone found the woman and she told him she was going to the fire in Room 327. Forsyth police Cpl. Kim Barnett ) began making sure other guests were evacuating while Malone went to the fire. There, Malone found a city firefighter standing by the door. The fireman said he wasn't going inside because there was a fire inside. Malone gave the fireman his flashlight to see if anyone was inside, because the power was out. The fireman found a small fire on a lamp inside the room. He grabbed an ice bucket, filled it with water on the ground from the hotel sprinkler system, which was on, and doused the lamp fire. The hotel said that a Robert Stefanowicz had reserved the room for some of his employees. The fire was thought to be accidental. Daylight Savings Time is coming to an end. Agent Eric Bunn of The Bunn ,Agency, LLC in Forsyth and the Georgia Arson Control Board (GAC) remind Monroe County to change docks when Daylight Savings Time ends Nov. 3 at 2 a.m.; also change the batteries in smoke detectors. Set docks back one hour. "The annual change in time is a good opportunity to make sure your smoke detector has fresh batteries and is functioning proper- ly" Bunn recommends the citizens of Monroe County change batteries in flash- lights, weather radios, and other safety devices and suggests the time change be a reminder to replace all Commissioner, Georgia Department of Insur- ance and Safety Fire, and state/local law enforce- ment agencies, established an ARSON HOTLINE 1-800-282-5804. A reward fund of up to $10,000 was initiated from which mon- etary rewards are given to individuals who come forward with information that results in the arrest and conviction of those responsible for arson and/ or fraud. l goking for answers or options? We can help! : : batteries in safety equip-,Free pregnancy test Parenting classes Splost Tax should not ::Be ment used for household Pregnancy Support allowed unless there ise emergencies. reduction in property tax The Georgia Arson Con- inct d in the bill. votes: 5: trol Program, Inc. (GAC) Woo Man, the Fab was formed in January I The Pregnan Center, iadie] f:Forsyth,inthe : of 1979 by property and1 478-994-3173 Welcome Home casualty insurers writing definileiy makes us FOX City business in Georgia. GAC, m0, T, e & Thu lO:OOs, m-4.30p.m. again, votes: . 5 with the cooperation of the www.monroecoun tpreonaneycenter.org 40 Rumble Rd Smarr, GA Saturday, November 9, 2019 9am - 2pm Inside Fellowship Hall of Mt. Zion UMC MANY VENDORS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! Goodies Crafts Wreaths Clothing Jewelry Gifts Relishes Hand Crafted Wooden Creations. Boutique Clothes by Midnight Rose Baked Goods, Homemade Soups & Sandwiches by Mt. Zion UMW Bra ojj " an/t the Spe i lq ';dl flt the METAL ITEMS FOR SALE! Enjoy demonstrations of blacksmithing and forging from skilled artisans. Our 2nd ANNUAL Thursday October 31, 6pm - 8pm BethanyBaptist church in BOLINGBROKE 365 Pea Ridge Rd Juliette, GA 31046 Free Food. Games. Face Painting. Prizes! ae~~ ~ rra~ u,~ t/u~ omaWa~ '~e~as ~ ~,~" Our parking lot will be filled with trunks decorated with the theme "Missions Around th( Work Our church is hosting a "backpack drive" that night for Monroe County DFCS for new foster children in the area. We are asking everyone to drop off donations of the following items: backpacks, flashlights with batteries, stuffed animals, notebooks and colored pencils to be given to the children. With Our State Representative I an rnor will be featured guest! Invocation by Pastor Benny Tate 1164 Hi Jackson, GA Contributions not required, but accepted. Paid for by CamPaign ,to, re-elect,Susan, Holmes