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After 3,672 Off-Broadway performances (and a few hundred stops along the way) Nunsense, the musical finally arrives at The Schoolhouse Players’ stage. This musical comedy holds the record of being … more
Members of the Skunk Brigade, Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution, traveled to Barnesville to attend the 3rd Quarter GASSAR meeting on Saturday, October 28, at the Garden Patch Restaurant … more
Congratulations to the October Students of the Month! They were chosen for exemplifying the character trait of respect. They enjoyed a donut breakfast with their parents/guardians on Friday, October … more
The Veterans at the Library held their weekly meeting Monday, October 30, at 9:30 a.m. at the Franklin Memorial Library. With Chair John Tapley presiding, they had 41 in attendance. Their outstanding … more

Dixie Marie Lee celebrated her first birthday on Sunday, October 29, at the George L. Smith State Park Pavillion. The theme of the celebration was Dixie’s First Paw-ty, naturally honoring the … more
Seedling Garden Club members Mrs. Paula Karrh (Master Gardener), Mary Pate Gay, Amber Albritton, and Nancy Lisenby visited Swainsboro Primary School on October 19. Kim Hooks, with Emanuel County Farm … more
The Swainsboro High class of 1988 celebrated its 35th reunion September 29 through October 1. Classmates cheered on the Tigers at the Homecoming football game at Tiger Field on Friday night. On … more
In the wake of everything going on in this world, don't forget to stay blood covered. When evil forces come against you, stay blood covered. Stay covered with the blood of Jesus. See, you have to … more
Homecoming services will be observed at Oak Chapel Baptist Church on Sunday, November 5. Special music will open up the program at 10:30 a.m. followed by the message by Brother Louis Pearce. A … more

The United States is no stranger to crisis. In its history, this country has handled war, threats of war, economic breakdowns, public health disasters and just about any other catastrophe you might … more
Georgia’s Attorney General Chris Carr is neither a RINO (Republican in Name Only) nor a RITNO (Republican in Trump’s Name Only.) His solid conservative credentials mirror those of our late U.S. … more
A hobby is something of pleasure that you do to pass time. Usually this is a skill that you want to learn and become adept at doing. Activities are plentiful. Sewing, knitting, gardening, art, … more
Beacon of Hope will be having a Kidz Fun Day on Saturday, November 4, from 2 to 6 p.m. The entry is FREE and there will be kickball, wiffleball, flag football, ladder golf, keep up and cornhole. To … more
Residents and businesses now have access to the Xfinity 10G Network and a full suite of connectivity and entertainment services Comcast announced today that more than 700 underserved homes and … more

The Four Rivers Chapter Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution held its monthly meeting Thursday night, October 19, at Chatters Restaurant in Lyons at 6 p.m. With President George King … 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
The Kiwanis Club of Swainsboro held its weekly meeting Tuesday night, October 17, at the Rustic Grille at 7 p.m. With President-Elect Gary Couse presiding, they had 20 in attendance including two … more
The Veterans at the Library held their weekly meeting at the Richard Brown Cafeteria at East Georgia State College on Monday morning, October 23, at 9 a.m. for breakfast. EGSC hosted the Veterans for … more

The Twin City Lions Club hosted the ECI Lady Dawgs softball team at their recent fall Pancake Supper. The Lady Dawgs recently won the region championship and won their super regional to qualify for … more
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