- Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 December 2009 05:00
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Unofficial reports from the National Weather Service estimated the region experienced at least 15 inches of snowfall from the weekend’s winter storm. The Christmas Eve forecast calls for a wintry mix of precipitation and freezing rain is expected Christmas Day.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 December 2009 20:47
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Kenny Triplett, formerly of King George and uncle of Chris McCall, bagged this large coyote while deer hunting with his nephew. If you ever doubted there were large coyotes running around King George, doubt no more!
- Last Updated on Sunday, 13 December 2009 18:07
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Families gathered at the King George Citizens Center Saturday morning for Breakfast with Santa. Children had a chance to tell Santa what they wanted for Christmas and get their photo taken.They also had a chance to shop for gifts and play games such as Musical Reindeer, a seasonal adaption of Musical Chairs. Here they are circling the reindeer waiting for the music to stop.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 December 2009 13:05
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Kelly Crisifulli, Adrianna Brannon, Tyler Nobles, Zack Walseman, Connor Butler and Tony Heard rehearse the play "The Foreigner" which will be performed this weekend at King George High School.
King George County Schools Theatre department defines itself as a theatre of purpose. Each year King George High School Theatre Department proudly supports a charity or cause. In the past we have collected clothes and canned food for King George Social Services, last year we donated $5000.00 to the Win for Wesley relay for Life Team.
This year we are privileged to support one of our own. In October a member of our Theatre family, Morgan Clift, was severely injured in a car accident. Last year this 17 year old student stole the show as “Ma” in The Grapes of Wrath. Despite the fact that it was her first play, she worked hard and performed beautifully. She came through for us and now we want to perform for her. We will have several opportunities to assist Morgan this year.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 December 2009 05:00
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Chloe Amrhein was too busy running to sit and listen the Snow Queen, Allyson Gallamore, reading a story at Santaland on Saturday, Dec. 5. The event included a visit with Santa, lots of wonderful baked treats and a kid’s boutique where kids can shop for Christmas presents. This year the event was held at the old post office building and is sponsored by the Woman’s Club of King George. Check out more holiday photos on page 16, our “Shop Locally” page.