R&F MARKETING PILLOW SALE

Posted by | November 27, 2018 10:15 am

R & F Marketing will be having their monthly pillow sale this Saturday,  December 1st, from 7-12, at 610 East Main St. in Swainsboro.
Pillows will range from $2 to $5.  New this month:  Red and Gold table cloths, and (Back again!) Ladybug pillows for only $5.  They will also have curtain rods for only $5, and curtain panels for only $10 a set, in 5 great … Read More

R&F Marketing Pillow Sale

Posted by | November 26, 2018 4:37 pm

R & F Marketing will be having their monthly pillow sale this Saturday,  December 1st, from 7-12, at 610 East Main St. in Swainsboro.
Pillows will range from $2 to $5.  New this month:  Red and Gold table cloths, and (Back again!) Ladybug pillows for only $5.  They will also have curtain rods for only $5, and curtain panels for only $10 a set, in 5 great … Read More

R&F Marketing Pillow Sale

Posted by | November 26, 2018 1:05 pm

R & F Marketing will be having their monthly pillow sale this Saturday,  December 1st, from 7-12, at 610 East Main St. in Swainsboro.
Pillows will range from $2 to $5.  New this month:  Red and Gold table cloths, and (Back again!) Ladybug pillows for only $5.  They will also have curtain rods for only $5, and curtain panels for only $10 a set, in 5 great … Read More

Twin View Health and Rehab sends off the Dogs

Posted by | November 23, 2018 12:01 pm

On Friday, November 16, Twin View Health and Rehab donated snacks and drinks to the Emanuel County Institute (ECI) Bulldog football team for their trip to Pelham High School to compete in the football state playoffs.


TCE lay ‘said’ to rest

Posted by | November 23, 2018 12:00 pm

Third grade students at Twin City Elementary have been learning more about narrative writing and how to incorporate dialogue, or verbal exchanges between characters set apart by quotation marks, into their stories.

Often, many students overuse the word “said,” which can make their writing boring. To combat this practice, TCE students have been studying more interesting synonyms of “said.”

To culminate their studies, the classes recently held a ceremony to Read More


Swainsboro’s season ends with loss to Fitzgerald

Posted by | November 23, 2018 11:59 am

by TROUP BRINSON

The Swainsboro Tigers faltered in the fourth quarter in the second round of the state playoffs, losing 27-12 to Fitzgerald and ending one of the most entertaining seasons in recent memory. The Tigers led 12-7 entering the quarter, but the Purple Hurricanes made all the plays in the final period.

The last time Swainsboro played a second round playoff game was in 2009, also against Fitzgerald, and Read More


Trevino delivers Vets Day program at SES

Posted by | November 23, 2018 11:58 am

On Friday, November 9, students at Swainsboro Elementary School presented their Veterans Day program.

Gunnery Sgt. Michael Trevino was the guest speaker. After four tours of duty, Sgt. Trevino is now a recruiting officer in Statesboro and Jacksonville, Florida. He spoke to the children, adults, and other veterans about being a good citizen and practicing flag etiquette.

Before the conclusion of the program, each veteran in attendance was recognized for Read More


Notes from the Senate

Posted by | November 23, 2018 11:58 am

by JACK HILL, 4th District

SPECIAL SESSION RESPONDS TO HURRICANE

The Legislature has fulfilled the Governor’s call for special session as called in the November 9th, 2018 Proclamation. Between the $270.8 million in additional appropriations to support disaster recovery from Hurricane Michael and the additional timber tax credit legislation, the state is moving forward in rebuilding from the devastation encountered by so many in southwest Georgia.

$270.8 MILLION TO KEEP Read More


Fall Line Chapter receives charter

Posted by | November 23, 2018 11:57 am

On Saturday, October 27, members of the Fall Line, Wiregrass, Col. William Few, and the Brier Creek Chapters traveled to Barnesville to the third quarterly meeting of the Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution (GASSAR) to present a “request for charter” for the Fall Line Chapter in Washington County.

After a year of hard work by Fall Line Chapter President Sandy Mercer, the new chapter will open soon with Read More


Ol’ Opry Show benefits local veterans

Posted by | November 23, 2018 11:56 am

The Emanuel County Veterans Center would like to acknowledge all who supported its recent Ol’ Opry Show in which local artists performed a variety of music to put on a family-friendly event. All proceeds went to support local veterans and the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center in Dublin. The next event is slated for Friday, April 5, 2019.


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