North Paulding senior endures most of life with ca...
by Bill Baldowski
02:33 PM, Wednesday, July 23
Cancer may not discriminate among those it affects but it has encountered a true fighter and relentless adversary in 17-year-old North Paulding High School senior Ansley Cochran. Cochran, who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when she was 3, has be...

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