Times Not Forgotten: Fences have many faces ChristineColeman

Posted by | November 26, 2004 12:00 am

Of course, I began to think of how things were when I was growing up on the farm in the1930s. All the farmers had wire fences around their property. This was to keep grazing cows, mules and horses from getting out onto public roads and on the property of other farmers. We also had barbed wire fences when needed. Years later, the no-fence law was enacted. Fences were no longer … Read More




Hillcrest Baptist to feature Perryman

Posted by | November 26, 2004 12:00 am

Andrew Perryman will be guest speaker at homecoming at Hillcrest Baptist Church of Swainsboro Sunday, Dec. 5 at 10:30 a.m. Special singing will also be featured.

Perryman is director of missions of Mount Vernon Association of Baptist Churches Inc. in Wrightsville.




Sheriff’s Report: Reports of burglaries

Posted by | November 26, 2004 12:00 am

Emanuel County Sheriff’s deputies reported several burglaries for the week. Other cases are:

Nov. 9

A Modoc Rd., Swainsboro, man reported unknown persons forced his back door open and damaged his window.

Nov. 12

A W. Moring St., Swainsboro, man reported someone stole his vehicle. Vehicle was found on Hwy. 57 E., off the roadway.

A Canoochee Rd., Swainsboro, woman reported her house had been burglarized. Stolen were a handgun … Read More


DEA boys’ basketball scrimmage to prepare for season

Posted by | November 26, 2004 12:00 am

By ANDY CALLAWAY

By ANDY CALLAWAY

David Emanuel Academy completed final preparations for the beginning of the 2004-05 basketball season by splitting into two squads and playing a scrimmage contest last Thursday night at the DEA gym.

“This was an opportunity to provide some playing time in a game like situation for all of our varsity and B-team players’ explained boy’s head coach Walker McLendon who led the White team … Read More



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