Ga. Court of Appeals travels to Whitewater H.S. for session 

Ga. Court of Appeals travels to Whitewater H.S. for session 

It was an opportunity not usually experienced, when more than 500 high school students watched as the Georgia Court of Appeals held its first-ever session at Whitewater High School on Oct. 4. Above, Georgia Appeals Court judges (L-R) Anne Elizabeth Barnes, Carla W. McMillian and Amanda Mercier on Oct. 4 listen to arguments from an […]

Christian City’s Crutchfield remembered for his compassion, legacy of service

Christian City’s Crutchfield remembered for his compassion, legacy of service

For 22 years, Bob Crutchfield led the efforts and the mission of Christian City. Crutchfield passed away on Sept. 20, leaving a legacy of compassion and service to others. Above, former Christian City CEO Bob Crutchfield speaking at his 2015 retirement dinner. Photo/Larry Regier. The legacy we leave is the legacy we live. And for […]

EEOC lawsuit: PTC aviation firm allegedly fired pregnant woman

EEOC lawsuit: PTC aviation firm allegedly fired pregnant woman

Wencor Group alleged to have fired woman over medical restrictions on her work tasks A Peachtree City company has been named in a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit filed Sept. 26 by U.S. EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission). Wencor Group, LLC, a manufacturer and supplier of aviation parts based in Peachtree City, violated federal law when it […]

One-time McIntosh classmates meet again in Iraq surgical unit

One-time McIntosh classmates meet again in Iraq surgical unit

When Andrew Henebry (above, right) reported for duty at the U.S. Navy EMU Surgical Unit near Mosul, Iraq a few weeks ago, he was surprised to be greeted by former McIntosh classmate Michael Lee (above, left), who was completing his deployment. They spent about a week together while the new surgical team was briefed on […]

McIntosh graduate Desiree Williams aims to be ‘Survivor’ this week

McIntosh graduate Desiree Williams aims to be ‘Survivor’ this week

Former Peachtree City resident Desiree Williams grew up in the “Land of the Golf Carts” and tonight (Sept. 27) will land on CBS television for the debut of “Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers.” Now 28, Desiree lived in Peachtree City from age 8 to 18, attending Kedron Elementary School, Booth Middle School and graduating […]

Sallie bids farewell to Fayette

Sallie bids farewell to Fayette

Long-time Peachtree City resident Sallie Satterthwaite (seated in wheelchair) laughs with a friend at a reception Sunday in her honor at her home church, Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran. She is moving to Virginia to live with her daughter Jean, herself the subject of many of Sallie’s newspaper columns over the years, many printed in The […]