Rotary Club members, county workers and volunteers served a Thanksgiving meal of turkey, dressing and all the fixings to local senior citizens.
Each fifth- or sixth-grade 4-H’er gave an illustrated talk or demonstration on a topic of their choice.
2005: Jackson fire truck restored for parade
Butts County news from 10, 20 30, 40 and 50 years ago.
I stopped at each door and read the name plates, trying to imagine what each person’s life had been like over the years before landing at their last earthly destination.
The course at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center provides public safety officers with an overview of the laws in the Georgia traffic code that pertain to moving violations, and includes updates on rules of the road.
Mrs. Katherine E. Van Wie Kathy Sewell, age 70, of Jackson, GA, passed away Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at Spalding Regional Medical Center
Mrs. Connie Dianne Hale, age 62 of Jackson, passed away Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at her home
Mr. William Emory Bill Ghostlaw, age 66, of Forsyth, GA, passed away Friday, November 20, 2015.
Butts County birthdays for the week of Dec. 2-9.
Mulberry, Second and Oak streets were closed around the square Nov. 23 for filming.
The local school board will hold a hearing on the Strategic Waiver proposal at 6 p.m. Dec. 2 at the Ernest Battle Professional Development Center.
The tree lighting and entertainment will kick off the Christmas season.
The Red Devils wrestling program has started the new season with a new coach — again.
The Red Devils finished the season 9-3, with the fifth region-championship season in school history.
In order to allow employees extra time to spend with family, the office will also be closed Friday, Nov. 27
The following names and charges appeared in the Jackson Police Department jail logbook Nov. 16-24.
The Greater Butts County Lions Club went all out on a Winter Wonderland Wine and Cheese Gala to raise funds for the community.
The event will include story time, reindeer games, cookies, hot chocolate and free photos with Santa.
Antwan Damon Lyons, 30, was found guilty by a Butts County jury Nov. 17 on charges of armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery.
School staff, faculty and students joined together to raise $19,836 for United Way.