Molly Louise Jordan, known as Mrs. J, teaches math to sixth and seventh grade students at Piedmont Middle School.

The inaugural Border Battle Friday night was quite a battle for Piedmont and visiting Cedartown (Ga.). Piedmont’s first victory over Cedartown – after losses in 1924, 1940 and 1941 – required a come-from-behind touchdown by senior quarterback Taylor Hayes for a 29-22 win.

When asked where she was born, Linda Fagan Bright answers Borden Springs, even though her parents were living in Piedmont. When it came time for Linda’s birth, her mother felt more comfortable being at her own mother’s home in Borden Springs when she arrived.

In 1960 television was a new medium. Most Americans did not have televisions in the early 1950’s. However, by 1960 the majority of the country had fallen in love with Lucy and TV.

The Creekside Trail Extension officially opened Monday morning in Jacksonville.