Swainsboro Tigers finish week 2-2

Posted by | March 23, 2005 12:00 am

By TYLER EDENFIELDTuesday, March 15

By TYLER EDENFIELDTuesday, March 15

The Tigers welcomed the Bleckley County Royals. Unfortunately, SHS suffered a disappointing loss of 12-8. Mitchell Hudson finished 4-5 at the plate including a three-run home run. Brantley ended the evening 2-3 with two runs batted in. Junior Eric Allen was credited with the loss as the starting pitcher.

Friday, March 18

The traveled to East Dublin to take on … Read More


SECRD schedule

Posted by | March 23, 2005 12:00 am

March 14-29

Track Registration-9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

April 2

Recreation Dept. Countywide Track Meet – 10 a.m., SHS Tiger Field


Council rescinds motion to sell surplus property

Posted by | March 23, 2005 12:00 am

By JACQUIE BRASHERMonday, March 21

By JACQUIE BRASHERMonday, March 21

After an executive session to discuss a legal matter, Swainsboro city council reconvened and voted to rescind its previous motion made on March 7 to sell surplus property lots to prospective buyers. Instead, the city will resubmit these lots for sale and re-advertise them.

In other business, council was approached by Virginia Naper, owner of the Swainsboro Shopper, to discuss … Read More


Love Hill to have musical appreciation

Posted by | March 23, 2005 12:00 am

Love Hill Baptist Church of Midville will have a musical appreciation service for Darius R. Harden and W.T. Howard Jr. Saturday, April 2 at 5 p.m. Rev. Anderson Carswell is pastor.

On the program will be Wylene Woods and Melvin Harden. Guest churches and groups are JB Gospel Singers, Evening Stars, William Grove Holiness, Bark Camp Baptist Church, Uplifted Voices and Voices United.




Tech to host community blood drive

Posted by | March 23, 2005 12:00 am

On Friday, March 25, nursing students at Swainsboro Technical College will work to make the second blood drive of 2005 as big a success as the first one in January.

“We were able to get 75 units last time,” commented Nursing Instructor Ronda Askew, “and I feel that we are equal or better this time.”

“The drive is open to anyone who wants to give: students, staff, instructors or anyone … Read More


Educators to receive two percent pay raise next school year

Posted by | March 23, 2005 12:00 am

By MICK KERSEY

By MICK KERSEY

At last Tuesday’s meeting of the Emanuel County Board of Education, some end of year business filled the agenda. Superintendent Butch Frye announced early in the meeting that, after two years of frozen pay scales, educators will get a two percent cost-of-living adjustment in the next school year.

In other business:

• The summer nutrition program to help feed underprivileged children during non-school months … Read More




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