One Final Pillow Sale

Posted by | December 12, 2017 5:00 pm

You asked…we listened. Due to several customer requests, we are having one final pillow sale before the end of the year. Come by for some great last-minute deals for yourself and friends and family. We have great deals with pillows and dog beds as low as $1 along with new items that would look great under any tree.

NEW BODY PILLOWS ONLY $5

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One last pillow sale!

Posted by | December 12, 2017 4:36 pm

You asked…we listened. Due to several customer requests, we are having one final pillow sale before the end of the year. Come by for some great last-minute deals for yourself and friends and family. We have great deals with pillows and dog beds as low as $1 along with new items that would look great under any tree.

NEW BODY PILLOWS ONLY $5

PLUSH ZEBRA LIME BODY PILLOW

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Two arrested in Neal Street drug bust

Posted by | December 8, 2017 4:37 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the evening of November 28, an office with the Swainsboro Police Department (SPD) was attempting to locate individuals relating to a prior case traveling to the address of 223 Neal Street downtown.

Upon arrival to Neal Street, the officer knocked on the door and was met by a male subject. As the officer began to communicate with the subject at … Read More


Pursuit ends in crash in Oak Park

Posted by | December 8, 2017 4:29 pm

by BILL CAHILL

   As a result of a law enforcement BOLO from Dublin, a stolen BMW sedan was spotted and pursued down US Highway 1 at speeds excessive of 100 miles per hour.

   The chase ended at the westbound ramp to Interstate 16, where the driver crashed into the woods. Following a brief foot chase, the suspect was captured.

   Swainsboro Police Department was assisted by officers from Oak Park and … Read More


How are you paying for college?

Posted by | December 8, 2017 4:26 pm

   According to the student loan debt clock, the amount of student loan debt in the United States is at $1.5 trillion at the time this article was written, and is rising every second. Student loan debt exceeded the total amount of credit card debt in June of 2010 and hit the $1 trillion milestone in late 2011. Closer to home, the average student loan debt in Georgia in 2015 was … Read More


Coach Pace honored by alma mater

Posted by | December 8, 2017 4:23 pm

   On Sunday, Dec. 3, East Georgia State College’s head women’s basketball coach, C.J. Pace, was honored by her alma mater, University of South Carolina, during the USC vs. Duke women’s basketball game in Columbia, S.C.

   Dawn Staley, national championship coach for South Carolina, honored Pace and two other former USC players in a pre-game ceremony for helping pave the way for the success of the women’s basketball program at USC.… Read More


ECI and Irwin battle for 48 minutes

Posted by | December 8, 2017 4:18 pm

by RON WEATHERFORD

   Two football heavyweights met on the field in Ocilla Friday night, Dec. 1, and punched and counterpunched for 48 minutes, fighting for the right to play for the state championship. The Bulldogs lost the decision to Irwin County 38–35.

   This was the third consecutive year the Indians and the Bulldogs faced each other in the playoffs. Irwin won the first match-up in the 2015 semi-finals, defeating ECI … Read More


Seniors represent in all-star game

Posted by | December 8, 2017 4:16 pm

   On Saturday, Dec. 2, seniors Dylan Hall and Dustin Cavanah represented David Emanuel Academy in the 2017 GICAA All-Star Football Game, held at Covenant Academy in Macon.


Eagles conquer Nat Greene Patriots

Posted by | December 8, 2017 4:13 pm

   On Tuesday, Nov. 28, David Emanuel Academy’s (DEA) basketball teams traveled to Siloam to face the Nathanael Greene Academy (NGA) Patriots.

   The middle school boys finished the game with a winning score of 44–30. Scoring points were by Racyn Faircloth (18), Banks Booth (14), Jesse Moore (7), Tony Sutton (3), and Evan Donaldson (2).

   DEA’s varsity boys drug the Patriots, finishing the game with a massive lead of…

   To continue … Read More


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