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There will be a runoff between Parker and Foster. In addition, both alcohol referendums passed. more
Dr. Denise Warnock, the assistant superintendent of Emanuel County Schools and a member of the Beta Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, presented the program for the October 25 meeting. In keeping … more
Piney Grove Missionary Baptist Church (PGMBC) in the Cross-Green Community will host its annual Family and Friends Program on Sunday, November 12, at 11 a.m. with Pastor Michael Thomas delivering the … more
God's Holy Tabernacle invites you to come and celebrate the 25th church and pastor appreciation of Pastor Amos Handsom, Jr. and First Lady Annie Mae Handsom on November 12, 2023, at 11 a.m. at 398 … more

In the eleventh month of 1918, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day, the fighting stopped. The first World War had, for all practical purposes, ended, and beginning in 1938, the eleventh day of … more
When I reflected in this space recently about having lost a grandson some 15 years ago, I received a lot of responses, including from those who had shared a similar experience of losing a child or … more
We had two precious Poodles (lap dogs) in our married life. One with a fancy French name of “Arpege” and one with a swanky South Georgia name of “Peaches.” Both were near and dear to our … more
Remember when there was more “love” in the world than hate? Remember how simple life was until we complicated it? We’ve left behind high morals and clean living for “anything goes”. Today … more
I have a friend who lives in Connecticut. Being raised there, she has never lived in the country. There is always light in the section where she lives. She is afraid of the dark. She wants to come … more

The Brier Creek Chapter, Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution, held its monthly meeting on Thursday night, November 2, at Walls Diner at 7 p.m. With President Wayne Howard presiding, they … more
The First Baptist Church Swainsboro will be hosting its annual Christmas Market on Saturday, November 11, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Vendors from all over Georgia will be selling their crafts and … more
The Swainsboro Rotary club met Monday, October 30, during the noon hour and Dr. Denise Warnock was the speaker. She gave a very interesting program regarding the literacy act in the State of Georgia. … more
East Georgia State College (EGSC) will host an Arbor Day Tree Planting Celebration Tuesday, November 7, at 11 a.m. The event will be held on the Swainsboro campus of EGSC at the juncture of Madison … more
Congratulations to the top three Book Characters from the Emanuel County Ferst Readers Contest: 1st Place: Damien Scott and Bailey Creamer with 617 votes; 2nd Place: Bobbie Sherrod with 220 votes; … more

The Emanuel Retired Educators Association will meet Wednesday, November 15, at 12 p.m. at Swainsboro Middle School. Two of our legislators will be the speakers for this month. Also, don’t forget to … more
Governor Kemp proclaimed November 5 as Retired Educators’ Day in Georgia. Educators all over Georgia celebrated being retired and many years of service to education. Educators all over Georgia … more
The Emanuel County Board of Education met on Friday, November 3, at 9 a.m. at the Central Office with the following members in attendance: John Allen Bailey, Del Brown, Cherie Hooks, Brandon Jones, … more
Chief Magistrate Judge Dawn Braddy has announced she will retire effective December 29, 2023 due to health issues. “As many of you know, I have been having health issues for the past two years. … more
The November meeting of the Swainsboro Mayor and City Council convened Monday, November 6, at 6 p.m. at Swainsboro City Hall. Bishop Bertha Jones provided an invocation, and the mayor led the pledge … more

The Swainsboro Police Department is excited to announce that the department is accepting applications for their "Shop with a Cop" program for 2023. The department staff is looking forward to … more
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