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Durant Athletes Give In A Big Way

With Durant High School Head Basketball Coach Jeffery Shotwell at the helm, athletes from the school’s basketball, track and field, soccer and cheerleading program were able take part in the holiday spirit of giving by helping those in need. “It was good for these student athletes to get involved in community projects and experience the(…)

Showgirls Becomes Sports Grille/Bar

Showgirls, a bikini bar that has been open for three years on the corner of Mt. Carmel Rd. and S.R. 60, has shut down and will be reopening just in time for the Super Bowl. David Langsam, who works at Kings Realty, purchased the building with his business partners, brothers Chris and Mike Jordan and(…)

YMCA Names Miller Dowdy For Campo Award

Longtime community advocate and developer Miller Dowdy, of Trinity Advisory Group, recently won the YMCA’s Ray Campo Leadership Award, named after Ray Campo, a developer who donated the land for it and two other YMCA facilities. Campo served on the YMCA’s board of directors and, upon his death, also donated more than $1 million toward(…)

Community Ready For Annual Road Race

“It is our race, and we take pride in it. That is why it is so successful,” said FishHawk resident and Hit the Trails Running Gear owner Steve Dunn as he talked about the 12th Annual Road Race.

Being Principal For A Day Eye Opening

Newsome High School is one of the area’s largest employers with more than 170 staff, 2,200 customers and one CEO, the principal, Rebecca Fitzgerald. The corporation is run like a well-oiled machine with all 2,200 students who must be directed, encouraged, led, fed and molded into young adults and future college students. Each day starts(…)