Butch Thompson had made up his mind. After spending four years as an assistant baseball coach at Georgia and another three at Auburn, Thompson, an Aberdeen native, had decided to join the Division I head coaching ranks at High Point University in North Carolina ahead of the 2009 season.
Anna Richey and her younger brother, A.J., didn't have much experience with woodworking before Friday afternoon. That didn't keep the two from joining a six-person group in the Idea Shop downtown to handcraft a Father's Day gift for their father, Mike.
The founding of Columbus involved a series of settlements and events stretching from 1810 to 1819.
When a child grows up to follow in dad's footsteps, most fathers will admit to a bit of pride. But when pediatric dentist Dr. David K. Curtis really thinks about the fact that not one, but both of his children, became pediatric dentists themselves, it can sometimes, he admitted, seem almost surreal.
Laughs and hollers echoed through Camp Rising Sun on Thursday as campers played in the river, made arts and crafts and danced the night away.
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