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Terrie Daniel will have her artwork exhibited at The Kalmanson Gallery of Emanuel Arts Council for the months of January and February. An opening reception will be held Thursday, Jan. 19th from 5 to … more
The University System of Georgia (USG) has named the 2022-2023 class of its Executive Leadership Institute (ELI), including 35 faculty and staff members from 25 USG institutions and the University … more
When your child is born, many things go through your mind. As the days go by, you wonder where their lives will lead them. For Swainsboro natives, Tim and Diane Stevens, their son, Andy Stevens, … more

Saturday January 14, wake up and join our youth at the Vann Community Center in downtown Swainsboro for the 12th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Youth Breakfast at 10:00 a.m. The morning speaker … more
Each year in January, some of the best senior high school football players and cheerleaders in the CSRA face off against one another in the annual Border Bowl as Team Georgia and Team South Carolina, … more
On Thursday, December 29, a reception was held at Durden Banking Company in Swainsboro to celebrate the retirement of two long-term employees. Jan Lamb, a 35-year veteran and Peggy Hurst, a 32-year … more
Across the country on January 9 of each year, citizens take the lead to show support on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Law Enforcement Officers of every rank and file have chosen a … more
“A new year, a fresh start, a clean sheet of paper;” all the hopeful phrases for brand new beginnings and new opportunities light up this first week of 2023. As Emanuel County moves into the new … more

Emanuel County School district will add to our farm to school innovation project, funded by a recently awarded Farm to School Innovation Grant, a collaboration between Georgia Organics and the … more
A new year means a new chapter and we sincerely hope that 2023 is an incredible part of your story! The staff of the Forest Blade would like to thank you for the support you have given us throughout … more
This year, the Forest-Blade along with these amazing Sponsors; Tom’s Pawn Central, Ellington Insurance, Handi House Manufacturing Co., Swainsboro-Emanuel County Chamber of Commerce, Nails 4-U & … more
The Emanuel Arts Council presented three short Christmas plays on Dec. 16th and 17th at The Kalmanson Gallery of Emanuel Arts Council. The plays were made possible through a generous grant from Mill … more
Sunday morning, children will awake sleepily from their beds, and stumble down the hallway to a tree-lit room filled with Christmas dreams come true. They’ll wake their parents with bed-jumping and … more

Green Street is known throughout our community for its vibrancy, culture, and history. However, what many don’t realize is that every year during the holidays, this same little street brings our … more
On Wednesday December 14, David Emanuel Academy officially broke ground for the reshaping of their campus. This historic event began just one month after the Eagles received their first State … more
Twin City Mayor Matt Donaldson hosted the 3rd annual Mayor's Christmas Toy Giveaway on Saturday, December 10th at the Twin City Welcome Center. Thanks to the generosity of others, $6,000 was donated … more
For Emanuel County and Tiger Nation, Friday, Dec. 8, 2022, was a night unparalleled by any other. However, the deja vu from 22 years ago seemed to radiate throughout the atmosphere, serving chills on … more
Swainsboro Elementary School’s fifth-grade math teacher Mrs. Barbara Poole is the recipient of the Mill Creek Foundation Grant. Mrs. Poole was awarded $400.00 to create a classroom Math … more

The Swainsboro Middle School Jr. Beta Club recently traveled to the State Jr. Beta Convention in Savannah, GA. Thirty-six students attended and competed in a wide variety of activities … more
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