National Curling Bonspiel (1936)
May 15, 2014
Item title reads - National Curling Bonspeil (sic -Bonspiel) on famous Scottish Loch. Carsebreck, Perthshire. Scotland. M/S of men walking along the 5 inch t...
Coyote Curling Club
May 19, 2014
Darryl Horsman introduces us to the Coyote Curling Club and the sport of ice curling.
Bag piper at PCC Stone Curling Bonspiel
Dec 22, 2013
Bag piper at the 2009 PCC Stone Curling bonspiel. Named for Peter C. Christopherson, father of a founding member, the P.C.C. Stone, our four-event annual Men...
Coldwell Banker Real Estate Issues Home Listing Report
Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC today released its Home Listing Report (HLR), a snapshot survey of average listing prices for four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes in more than 2,300 North American markets.
Tennis center earned place in Athens-Clarke
Now that the much-maligned local sales tax-funded tennis center is on its way to Southeast Clarke Park, I want to try to restore some perspective to this project that was lost in the intense controversy over its location.
Local tennis team bound for nationals in Arizona
The Clarke-Oconee Tennis Association's Junior Tennis League members are the U.S. Tennis Association Junior Team Tennis Southern Sectional champions.
County swings for ideas on tennis center site
A new tennis center in Athens will require at least 8 acres of flat land, preferably near a major road and accessible by foot and bicycle. It also should be free.
Jim and Jimmie Bevers are your friends in real estate
In real estate it is essential to have a Realtor who is experienced, knowledgeable, and, most of all, sincerely interested about your concerns when it comes to selling or purchasing a home.
Commission backs site on Eastside for tennis center
The Athens-Clarke Commission approved a park off Lexington Road as the site for a controversial tennis center Tuesday over the objections of tennis players.
Editorial: Bishop Park offers best site for tennis center
At their Oct. 6 meeting, Athens-Clarke County commissioners are scheduled to narrow a list of candidate sites for a $2.3 million sales tax-funded tennis center. However, if commissioners and advocates of the tennis center who have touted the facility's potential as an economic development tool remain committed to that vision - as they should - commissioners should focus on a site that appears to best fill that role. That site is Bishop Park.