Buster was previously known as “Exhibit A” due to his role as evidence in an animal control case, James Lucas said.
Sept. 24: Mrs. Doyle Jones Jr., Walter Lawrence Batchelor, Lois Martin, Mrs. W.J. Nolan, Jenny W. Summers, Susan O’Neal Jones …
The tournament is a fundraiser for the Butts County Department of Leisure Services youth sports programs and provides scholarships to athletes whose families would otherwise be unable to afford the participation fees.
Having the shelter open an additional day for adoptions and rescue groups can increase the number of animals the shelter saves.
The William McIntosh chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet Sept. 18 and hear a program entitled “Blueprint for Freedom, the Constitution of the United States.”
Local United Way Campaign Chairwoman Marcie Seleb kicked off the annual fundraising event Sept. 9 with a presentation at the Jackson-Butts County Rotary Club’s weekly luncheon meeting.
Bulbs are definitely low-maintenance plants, but they aren’t “no-maintenance plants.”
A chicken-cue Sept. 20 at United Bank in Jackson will benefit its Children’s Home Missions in Uganda.
The Jackson-Butts County Council for the Arts recently announced the winners of the People’s Choice Awards in three categories.
2004: Butts County United Way sets fundraising goal of $106,000
The Butts County United Way 2004 Campaign kicked off this week at the Butts County Rotary Club luncheon with the goal to raise $106,000 this year.
The following are the results for shows and contests presented by the Exchange Club of Jackson at the 2014 Butts County Fair, which was held Sept. 2-6.
Our fractured, violent, mistrusting world is literally begging for kind neighbors, for people willing to show some compassion.
The program was dedicated to the late Raymond Waites and donations were made to the Georgia United Methodist Children’s Home.
I read his monthly column, sharing his frustration as he searched at length for the perfect rug and his cautious excitement as he launched into building a weekend lake home. When he wrote his Top Ten decorating tips, I tore out the page and saved it.
- Church News: Liberty Baptist hosting revival
- Church News: CrossOver Ministries holding fundraising cookout
- BRADY: Anger can be constructive if controlled
- Church News: Jackson United Methodist to celebrate homecoming
- Church News: Jenkinsburg church celebrating 40 years
- Church News: Jackson UMC chancel choir rehearsals resume
- Church News: Joshua’s Place hosting movie night
- Butts County faithful unite for National Day of Prayer | PHOTOS
- Church News: Gospel of Christ anniversary celebration continues
- Macedonia Baptist Church’s mission work starts locally
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
- Consumer Qs: Milkweed a favorite of monarch butterflies
- Variety of planting methods taught at Jackson High | PHOTOS
- UGA-Griffin to host container garden workshop
- Consumer Qs: Many uses for beet greens
- 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
- U.S. Constitution Week
- Richie McDonald concert ft. Madelyn Patterson
- Indian Springs Native American Festival 2014