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There is a misprint in today's printed edition. On page 6A, the tag line on Mr. Henry and his wife's pic has "Haley" (Haley is Chad's daughter). It should show "Amy". The feature will be republished … more
On February 2, 2022, The Blade released a heartwarming article, One Breath At a Time; an honor student's journey from NICU baby to NICU nurse, about 16-year-old homeschool student, Kailey Thompson. A … more
Throughout history, many courageous canines have accompanied their owners through the worst of times. Fearlessly following their handlers into war, comforting them through sickness and heartache, … more
Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office commends Investigators Matt Lamb and Michael Reddish on their recent completion of the Gang Recognition and Identification Course instructed at the Georgia Public … more

As announced in last week’s edition of The Forest-Blade, the month of March is recognized as National Cheerleading Safety Month, which means this is the perfect time to spread awareness about … more
Kids are the future and they inspire us every day to be better than the day before. Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, teacher, or friend, it’s important to let them know that they’re … more
by Brittany Hall Throughout history, many courageous canines have accompanied their owners through the worst of times. Fearlessly following their handlers into war, comforting them through … more
"I ran for Senate on the promise to use my business experience and conservative values to put the hardworking folks in our district first – ahead of Atlanta and the special interests," Said Billy … more
To celebrate Read Across America Day, Miss East Georgia State College (EGSC) Anita Cerpovicz visited two second grade classes at Swainsboro Primary School. Dr. Paul Cerpovicz, a professor at EGSC, … more

A crowd of several hundred joined Georgia Governor Brain Kemp this past Friday as he once again visited Emanuel County to provide an update on issues in Atlanta and across the state. Under picture … more
On Monday March 7, Timothy Alan Oliver placed his bid of interest to serve as District 5 representative on the Emanuel County Board of Commissioners. He is a lifelong resident of Emanuel County and … more
It’s that time of year again – Daylight Savings Time begins on March 13, at 2 a.m., prompting everyone who wants to be on time to turn your clocks forward an hour. Pictured is 8-year-old … more
Built on a pyramid of broken bodies and the outstanding ability to trust another with your own life, cheer is a sport unlike any other and not for the weak of heart. Imagine being tossed 20 feet … more
East Georgia State College (EGSC) hosted its annual Homecoming Week February 21-26, 2022. During halftime of the EGSC men’s basketball game on Saturday, the homecoming representatives were … more

Sometimes you find an altar in the middle of a picturesque sunset, sometimes it's in the middle of an onion field. Sometimes gospel is the sound of a baby’s first cry or the truth behind the words … more
On February 11, the Swainsboro Jaycees spent the afternoon with the kids from the Georgia Sheriff’s Youth Home in Nunez. The Jaycees cooked burgers for the youth residents, served with chips, … more
On Saturday, February 26 at 12 p.m., the City of Swainsboro rededicated the old Gumlog Road Park in the name of Gerald R. Phillips. Christening the park, the city installed new sign-age for the … more
The Emanuel County Board of Education convened for a special called meeting on Monday, February 28, at 8:30 a.m. at the central office in Swainsboro. Board members present were John Allen Bailey, Del … more
The Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office has been putting in the time and effort this week! On top of their everyday duties as law enforcement, and personal lives at that, they completed several courses … more

The Swainsboro Police Department Annual Awards Ceremony was held Friday, February 25 at 6 p.m. at Beaver Creek Plantation. Chief Randy Ellison welcomed everyone and recognized special guests … more
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