Twin City News:

Posted by | December 8, 2004 12:00 am

Ms. Mosely spends Thanksgiving in Tennessee

By Betty Turner

By Betty Turner

Area Correspondent

Kathleen Mosely spent Thanksgiving week in Johnson City, Tenn. She went with her daughter, Kathy McLendon of Swainsboro, to visit Kathy’s daughter and family, Monica and Randy Jones and children Libby and Spencer. They were joined by Kathleen’s daughters and husbands, Rose and Richard Applegate of St. Simon’s and Dr. George and Amy Chambless of Lexington, … Read More


First deer of season

Posted by | December 8, 2004 12:00 am

Submitted photo

Dr. John Imhoff (left) is pictured with his first whitetail deer of the season.Dr. Imhoff killed the 9-point buck weighing 207 pounds recently at Flat Creek Lodge fish and game.With Dr. Imhoff is Swinton Sikes, outfitter at Flat Creek fish and game.

  • First deer of season


  • Lady Tigers open season

    Posted by | December 8, 2004 12:00 am

    By TYLER EDENFIELD

    BY TYLER EDENFIELD

    The Swainsboro High School girls’s basketball team opened their regular season of play against the Golden Hawks of Washington County. Tip-off took place at 6 p.m. on the night of Tuesday, November 23.

    Both teams played tough, but unfortunatly Washington Coutny left the gym with the victory, 60-49. The sophmore center Nikki Moses lead the Tigers with a total of 20 points. Other scores … Read More



    ‘Project Blue Light’ in effect

    Posted by | December 8, 2004 12:00 am

    The organization Concerns of Police Survivors is encouraging law enforcement families, friends and law enforcement agencies to decorate in blue lights this holiday season by placing one blue light in the window.

    “The color blue is symbolic of peace. By placing one blue light in your window, you will be showing support for officers killed in the line of duty and those who continue to work America’s streets,” said a … Read More



    Ansley Lumley celebrates birthday

    Posted by | December 8, 2004 12:00 am

    Ansley Grace Lumley, daughter of April and Terry Lumley, was honored at a birthday party on Nov. 21 at Vann Community Center in Swainsboro. Ansley was 5 years old Nov. 22.

    The theme of the party was “Little Mermaid.” Refreshments included hot dogs with all the trimmings, Rice Krispie treats, chips and dip, cheetos, theme came, ice cream, Cokes and punch.

    Party guests enjoyed playing on a “Super Slide” and … Read More


    2004 Hometown Holiday Shopping Spree winners announced

    Posted by | December 8, 2004 12:00 am

    Winners of the 2004 Hometown Holiday Shopping Spree are Brenda Henry, $100; Mary Louise Wadley, $75; and Jerod Goodman, $50. The shopping spree is an annual event sponsored by local businesses to promote shopping locally for the holidays.

    Congratulations, winners!


    Parents pay child support to get driver’s licenses back

    Posted by | December 8, 2004 12:00 am

    Some Toombs County children were the winners when their parents responded to a “one time offer” to get their driver’s licenses back by paying up overdue child support, according to Connie Brewer, a supervisor in the Middle Judicial Circuit/Swainsboro office of the Georgia Department of Human Resources Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE). The office sent letters to all 126 of the county’s parents whose licenses had been suspended, inviting … Read More


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