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- Red Regiment rates high at Sound of Silver band competition 2 hours, 35 minutes
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to kick it off, the Oct. 1, 2014 edition of the Jackson Progress-Argus is pink.
Members of the Ida Ruth Taylor Butts County Senior Citizens Center put on their first ever fashion show Tuesday, with 20 seniors showing off handmade fashions and more than 50 seniors and guests in attendance.
Youth take pledge to stay drug free
Rhonda Petty chocked up a little while reading the pledge to stay drug free Oct. 22.
Butts County churches will be hosting trunk-or-treat events and other fall festival activities this week.
Part festival, part dog show, the event offered pet lovers across the area a chance to show off their dogs and get information about products, services and other pet-related interests.
Facing the prospect of heading into halftime down 14-6, the Red Devils recovered a fumble caused by Juan Sims on their own 46-yard line and began to drive back up the field.
The race was triggered by the July resignation of the city’s former mayor, Scott Chewning, who was preparing to move to a residence outside the city limits.
Health officials say two students have tested positive for exposure to tuberculosis after about 150 students were tested at Newnan High School.
125th birthday event held in Memorial Park
The Jenkinsburg Founders Day: 125 Years and Growing event was held Saturday in Memorial Park, behind Jenkinsburg City Hall on Maple Drive.