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By Tim Emmons temmons@casscountynow.com Queen City athletes, coaches, administrators and families converged on the campus of Morris Upchurch Middle School on May 10, to honor the student-athletes at their annual sports banquet. QC AD Justin Burk kicked off the evening’s awards presentation by... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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By Randy Grider randy@casscountynow.com With all the pomp and circumstance of Publisher’s Clearinghouse Prize Patrol, members of the Atlanta ISD Atlanta Education Foundation visited city schools this past Thursday giving out grant checks to selected teachers. The AEF’s own version of the Prize... + continue reading
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From Staff Reports A pair of Saturday events promises to be fun for the whole family. The Hall-Miller Airport in Atlanta will host its Spring Fly-in on Saturday starting at 11a .m. Admission to the event is free. Lunch plates will be served starting at 11 a.m. Plates consist of steak burgers... + continue reading
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By Bobby Horn Jr. news@casscounty.com They can be seen around town, seeking signatures from registered voters living in Atlanta. Lonnie Bell, with Texas Petition Strategies, said they need 400 signatures to get a Local Option item on the November general election ballot. If it makes the... + continue reading
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By Bobby Horn Jr. news@casscountynow.com Atlanta will be getting a Burger King, and that is not a whopper of a lie. Motorists along U.S. 59 may have noticed land being cleared May 13 between Sonic and Emma Lena Way. Mayor Keith Crow, who is also the real estate agent who brokered the deal,... + continue reading

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By Tim Emmons temmons@casscountynow.com Atlanta ISD hosted their annual All-Sports Banquet on Monday, May 9, at the First Baptist Church - Family Life Center to acknowledge their student-athletes for hard work and dedication in various school sports. To begin the evening cheer coach Renee... + continue reading
05/14/2016
By Tim Emmons temmons@casscountynow.com Winners are not those who never fail, but those who never quit - Edwin Louis Cole That quote echoes in the mind of every athlete who has ever laced up a pair of shoes. Athletes carry a “failure is not an option” chip on their shoulder, and sometimes... + continue reading

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By Randy Grider randy@casscountynow.com Chatting with Queen City High School senior Sarah Upchurch, it’s easy to see her potential for a successful career. She’s an aspiring artist, who recently sold her first painting, yet is grounded enough in reality to see the art world can be challenging... + continue reading
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By Trevor Rogers We are constantly looking at ways that we can improve our schools. School improvement can follow many formats from facilities, to programs, to environment. One way that we are trying to improve the environment of the school district is to encourage better performance from our... + continue reading
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From Staff Reports LINDEN-- Each quarter the Linden-Kildare CISD selects an individual who, through his or her efforts, has shown sup¬port for the community of Linden-Kildare and L-K CISD. The district is honored and proud to announce the latest recipient, Jerry Berry Plumbing and Mike Berry.... + continue reading
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By Tim Emmons temmons@casscountynow.com Queen City athletes, coaches, administrators and families converged on the campus of Morris Upchurch Middle School on May 10, to honor the student-athletes... + continue reading

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By Roy Bale I’m one of a few people old enough to remembers when American politics was still mostly honorable and honest, compared to the fiasco in the presidential campaigning we are witnessing... + continue reading

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Milton Bryant, 40, lives in Atlanta but was born and raised in Domino. He graduated from Queen City High School in 1995 and has worked for QC ISD for the past 20 years. He is married to Schemica... + continue reading