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Emanuel County 4-H’ers had a busy weekend of Archery competitions. The team took aim at the Georgia 4-H State Indoor Archery Championship held January 21, at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in … more
Artist Terrie Daniel drew praise and admiration during the opening reception of her art exhibition “Impression of Denial” which was held on January 19th at The Kalmanson Gallery of Emanuel Arts … more
East Georgia State College (EGSC) hosted their Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Thursday, January 19. The event was open to the public and held in the auditorium of the Luck F. Gambrell … more
The annual joint meeting of the Emanuel County 4-H Club Foundation and the Emanuel County 4-H Club Volunteer Leaders Council was held Tuesday, January 24, 2023, at 7:00 p.m. at the Varner 4-H Center. … more

Over the weekend, the Emanuel County Democratic Committee attended the Warnock for Georgia Campaign Appreciation Luncheon at The Historic Green Manor Restaurant. ECDC enjoyed visiting with all the … more
In January, the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) Center for Telehealth announced that Emanuel Medical Center (EMC) will serve as a new teaching site for the college’s Peach State Scholars. This … more
The following occurred during the Emanuel County Superior Court January 2023 term: Kyle Matthew Edenfield negotiated a plea of guilty-Alford on one count possession of oxycodone. He was fined … more
Yesterday, the Georgia senate republicans unveiled their legislative priorities for the 2023 session. "I am proud to be a part of such a hardworking group of men and women who are fighting every … more
The Governor David Emanuel-Adam Brinson Chapter of the Daughter of the American Revolution will meet on February 9, at the Sudie Fulford Learning Center located on the campus of East Georgia State … more

The Emanuel County Historic Society will host an Open House Sunday, February 5, from 1 until 4 p.m. at the museum, as part of celebrating Georgia Day. The Georgia Historical Society has several … more
Thank you to the Housing Authority of the City of Swainsboro for seeing and meeting the needs of students in Emanuel County Schools. Executive Director Trent Hall said, “A few months ago, we came … more
Swainsboro City Council held a special-called meeting on Tuesday, January 24, at 6:00 p.m. with several items on the agenda for discussion. All council members were present. Minutes from the … more
Mercer University recently announced the President's List and Dean's List for the fall 2022 semester. Inclusion on these lists requires students to meet rigorous GPA standards specific to the college … more
The Ridgeway Lodge 104 of Garfield recently inducted their new officers for the 2023 year. New officers are WM Patrick Sweet, JW Donald Hall, Treasurer Hal Bridges, Secretary Chris Carr, SD Wesley … more

Mrs. McLeod, Ms. Somerville, and Mrs. Powell's students followed the 2023 national theme "Black Resistance" for their Black History projects this year. The class completed their projects and … more
Time magazine said, “It's been called ‘the world's most exclusive hotel,’ ‘Uncle Sam's guesthouse,’ and ‘the best small hotel in Washington D.C.,’” all of which justify it perfectly, … more
The “Veterans at the Library” met at the Franklin Memorial Library on Monday morning, January 30, at 9:15 for coffee and breakfast. With Chair John Tapley presiding, they had 38 in attendance. … more
The Swainsboro-Emanuel County Chamber of Commerce hosted its 68th Annual Membership Meeting and Awards Banquet on Thursday, January 26, at Swainsboro Golf and Country Club. As always, the event was … more
On Saturday, January 28, a pheasant shoot for Wounded Warriors was held at Mont Royal Plantation in Swainsboro. There were more than 50 people who attended that included about 15 Wounded Warriors. … more

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