- Mike Collins announces bid for Congress
- 10 pounds of pot found in Jackson apartment
- 7 voting members for new transportation board
- State releases new school grading system
- Cagle to visit Butts County
- Magistrate Court Report: May 15, 2013
- Jackson council discusses renaming street
- Middle, high school bands combine for spring concert
- Farm Day provides kindergartners up-close experience
- Jackson High Music Department presents ‘Sacred Concert’
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Field Day a springtime rite 3 days, 9 hours ago
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Students in Jodi Braswell’s classes prepared a breakfast buffet, and a range of the program’s partners received plaques thanking them for participating in job shadowing and internship programs throughout the year.
The speaker May 15 will be Pastor Charles Dumas Jr. of St. Phillips AME Church in Griffin.
2003: Relay For Life sets fundraising record
The 2003 Relay For Life set a new record raising more than $85,000 in donations for the American Cancer Society.
The middle school sixth-grade band opened the evening with three pieces that included “Let’s Rock,” which ended with band members yelling the work’s title.
Entering Wednesday’s Sweet 16 matchup, the Red Devils knew they would be battling a tough opponent in the form of Islands High School.
Butts County Sheriff’s Office narcotics agents and investigators were cataloging the evidence in the unit at the Mill Lake Apartments on Brownlee Road around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday evening.
Chambliss hit a five iron 156 yards for a surprise hole-in-one on the 11th hole.
The first stop for many of the classes was the mobile dairy classroom provided by the Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Milk.