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De’Eric Bell and Rontavius Miller, who helped lead the team on offense and at times made waves on the defensive side of the ball, will be Division III Guilford Quakers next season.
She told the audience, which included many of her family members, that she planned to tryout for the 14th season of the FOX talent show “American Idol.”
Atlanta South 75 Travel Center, at 122 Truck Stop Way, Jackson, will host a LifeSouth blood drive March 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Donors will receive a coupon for a free buffet meal.
Coroner Ralph Wilson named to Hall of Fame
The award, the highest presented by the Chamber, was given during the organization’s annual meeting and awards banquet at First Baptist Church of Jackson.
2004: Fears announces run for judgeship
Superior Court Judge William “Bill” Fears has announced he will run for superior court judgeship of the Towaliga Judicial Circuit.
Now, this isn’t to say that only Southerners are well raised or that all Yankees and other non-Southerners are rude.
The presentation features Karl Jenkins’ “Stabat Mater” performed with a professional orchestra and with world-premiere choreography by Mitch Flanders and the Griffin Ballet Theatre.
Twenty-two Henderson Middle School seventh-graders brought Black History Month to life on Feb. 28 by participating in the school’s first Living Black History Museum.
“American Idol” top-48 contestant Madelyn Patterson will hold “A Hometown Celebration!” to thank her local fans for their support during — and after — her run on the show.
The singer-songwriter will sing and talk about being on “American Idol.”
Alison Williams, the club’s sponsor at Henderson Middle School, said that for the past couple of years, Henderson had only inducted 20 to 30 new members into the Junior Beta Club each year.
They are especially noticeable this year blooming their heads off immediately following the severe cold weather that left many plants looking ragged.
Several area churches are offering Ash Wednesday services this Wednesday.
The choir sang in the center’s activity room.
The chase occurred Aug. 14 and subsequently made national news with police dashboard footage airing that showed a state trooper pursuing the vehicle, apparently causing it to spin and crash into an embankment.
Megan Conley named county’s overall STAR Student
The announcement of the STAR — Student Teacher Achievement Recognition — winners was made Feb. 25 during the 31st STAR Banquet sponsored by The Exchange Club of Jackson.
Jackson High, Henderson Middle students among first-place winners
Two additional students also received United States Navy and Marines honors in the Griffin Regional Educational Service Agency 2014 Regional Science and Engineering Fair Feb. 11.
The featured guests were members of the Jackson High School Gospel Choir.
The capstone event of boot camp is “Battle Stations.”
To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or better, with no grade lower than a B, while carrying 12 or more semester hours of course work.
I can close my eyes and still hear those mournful ballads like “Angel Band” or “Just As I Am.”
She weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long.
- Church News: Revival continues at Friendship Baptist
- Church News: Churches hosting Ash Wednesday services
- Church News: Presbyterian choir to sing at Westbury
- Jackson couple wins Jackson United Methodist Church wedding giveaway
- Church News: Primitive Quartet performing at Liberty Baptist
- Church News: CrossOver Ministries hosting Ugandan Thunder
- Macedonia Baptist’s Upward program to add soccer
- Church News: Joshua’s Place hosting worship night Saturday
- Jackson United Methodist Church to choose couple for free wedding
- Church News: Stark UMC chicken stew sale Jan. 11
Food and Recipes
- Judges choose 35 Flavor of Georgia finalists
- UGA study weighs fresh vs. frozen
- Consumer Qs: Salmon salad not uniquely Georgian
- Peanuts and blueberries are healthy, Georgia grown snacks
- Consumer Qs: Will ‘Centennial Farms’ show air again?
- Consumer Qs: Why add additives?
- Consumer Qs: Any plants deer won’t eat?
- Consumer Qs: Flowering kale best planted in fall
- Consumer Qs: Pollen comes in variety of colors
- Consumer Qs: The three parts of a chicken wing
Home and Garden
- Butts County cities, garden clubs celebrate Arbor Day
- Consumer Qs: After cold snap, have patience with evergreens
- Expert Advice: Simple ways to go green in 2014
- Expert Advice: Many ways to protect plants from cold
- Consumer Qs: Okra comes in several large varieties
- Expert Advice: Gardening possible even in small spaces
- UGA study weighs fresh vs. frozen
- Expert Advice: Gift ideas for gardeners
- Jackson rose gardener receives district recognition
- Butts County Farm Bureau highlighting Farm-City Week