Friday, February 29, 2008

Interstate 85 Lane Closure near Exit 41
NEWNAN – Georgia Department of Transportation contractor, Archer Western, announces a lane closure beginning Monday, March 3, 2008, continuing through Thursday, March 6, 2008, occurring daily between the hours of 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. near the intersection with Exit 41 (State Route 14/US 27 Alt).

State Route 34 Lane Closures in Coweta County
NEWNAN – Georgia Department of Transportation contractor, Archer Western, announces nightly lane closures for State Route 34 beginning Sunday, March 2, 2008, continuing through Saturday, March 8, 2008, occurring near the intersection with Exit 47 (State Route 34).

Rep. Ramsey's Week 7 Update2/29/08 (Blogpost) The House convened this week on Tuesday, February 26th, for the 23rd day of our 40 day legislative session. On the floor, we adopted legislation addressing our continued transportation funding problems, education and local school boards and an adoption tax credit... More

Mint Julep Journal:
This 'n That
Hey girls,
What on earth did y'all leap into today, it being leap year day and all.
Miss Etta, you mention the distinct possibility that Miss Faye sprouted some wild youthful hairs, and I've gotta' tell you that I 'spect she's still got a few. They may be a different color now, but I'm quite sure Miss Faye has her fair share of wild hairs to this very day.

All About Webs:
DIY SEO: Video Marketing
If you have business videos to share with the world, either product-related or purely promotional, here's a great way to get them good visibility for relatively little effort.Note: When embarking on this process, I urge you to choose your video title and description VERY carefully. This technique flings your video (along with your chosen title/description) far and wide and it's time consuming to change anything once it's flung.

Mayo Researchers Look for Explanation Behind High Incidence of Diabetes Among Asian Indians
The incidence of type 2 diabetes is rising, especially in urbanized parts of the world where sedentary lifestyles and obesity abound. In addition to weight and inactivity, race puts some people at increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes.

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