Dec 8, 2014
PERRY — The Houston County Board of Education is putting its faith in sod, at least with regard to McConnell-Talbert Stadium.
After Northside’s football team had to play two home playoff games elsewhere — one at Peach County and the other at Mercer — board member Jim Maddox requested information about possible resolutions.
“Obviously, I think none of us likes the fact that we have to go outside our county to play football games,” he said.
Northside, Houston County and Warner Robins all play their home games at McConnell-Talbert, which added up to more than 20 games on the surface this year, including preseason contests. That also included four playoff games, two for Northside and two for Houston County, which were played on back-to-back nights.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: RESPONSE TO GIDEON FORMAN.
MAY 3rd, 2011.
THE WESTERN STAR ( NEWFOUNDLAND ).
As usual, Forman and his buddy Simpson are NOT TRUTHFUL about the CARNAGE caused by the PROHIBITION of pest control products in the Province of Ontario.
PROHIBITION is NOT good for health, NOT good for job-creation, and NOT good for business. In fact, PROHIBITION DESTROYED the Modern Professional Lawn Care Industry.
In 2010, the Ontario Professional Lawn Care Industry lost over 500,000,000 DOLLARS.
By 2010, 40 to 70 per cent of Professional Lawn Care customers were ANNIHILATED, depending upon the type of company and its location.
Because of PROHIBITION, Professional Lawn Care businesses were forced to TERMINATE many or most of their employees.