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Branching out in the gardening section?

Lest you think this Home Depot is sprucing up for the Denver, Colo., market, reader Steve Fraas assures us he shot this picture of the store getting new signage July 24 at 2 p.m. right here in Peachtree City. “Looks like they are getting the jump on legalization,” Fraas said in his email, tongue firmly lodged in cheek. “You have to think the sign guys knew what they were doing,” said the Peachtree City resident. Photo/Steve Fraas.



Lets spice it up with a story about the stripped state title over at "travel ball soap opera".

In the Columbus Ledger. Not sure if it's an oversight or something sinister. PTC is represented on the Little League Board, so they may be held to a higher standard. I feel bad for the boys though. The league worked hard the past few years after some poor decisions of others made in the past. These are good people, so I would like to know more about this.

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