What's wrong with orange? Don't ask me. I don't keep up with the latest trends. Thankfully, however, there are those who do make it their business to stay in the know, such as Grovetown Public Safety Chief Gary Jones.
I was heading into the grocery store last week and moving quickly to get out of the rain and cold. There was a movie kiosk by the entrance and I stopped for a minute to see if there was anything worth grabbing for my family to watch that weekend.
Seeking a break from gymnastics, Greenbrier High School's Ayanna Woods took to diving when she was 12 years old and never went back.
"Coming out of gymnastics, all of my family members played sports, so I needed a new sport to play," said Woods.
Friday night was a big one for the Grovetown High School girls basketball team and their coach, Jaime Echols.
The girls made up for an earlier loss to the Greenbrier Lady Wolfpack, winning 61-46 and giving Echols win No. 100 in the process.
Already having clinched the first winning record in basketball in school history, the Grovetown High Warriors have put themselves in line for another school first with their 67-64 win over Greenbrier Friday night.