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Remember your fifth birthday? Many of us don’t, but Cooper Scarboro will always probably remember his. He had his favorite cartoon, Sonic the Hedgehog, displayed everywhere, cake, ice-cream, school … more

One of the givens in occupying this space weekly is that when I talk about politics, which I do on occasion, anything I opine will be construed negatively by one side or the other. It is difficult … more
Christmas Season is always filled with memories, especially from your childhood. There is the magic of Santa coming down your chimney, and stockings hung by the fire. Even if your home did not have a … more
I don’t have any hard facts to support it, but I would bet that the United States of America is at the top of the list when it comes to giving humanitarian aid to others throughout this challenged … more
I'm so excited because we are in a special time. The closer we get to Christmas Day, the more exciting things become. While we celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ, gifts become a main attraction. … more
C.L. Burks Commercial Roofing recently gave Emanuel Medical Center $180,000 through the Georgia HEART rural hospital tax credit program. Based outside of Atlanta, GA, C.L. Burks has been the … more

Each year the Veterans of Foreign Wars conducts an essay contest for 6th through 8th grade students. These essays are between 300 and 400 words and have a different theme each year. The 10 … more
Please drop-off toys at two locations from November 26 through December 19, at Men Reaching Men Outreach, 206 W. Main St. in Swainsboro from 1 to 5 p.m. or Swainsboro Recreation Dept., 632 McLeod … more
Each year the Veterans of Foreign Wars conduct an essay contest for 10th through 12th grade students. This essay had to be delivered and graded in an oral version. This year the 18 applicants from … more
Veterans at the Library met for their weekly coffee and breakfast meeting on Friday morning, December 2. Chair, John Tapley, asked members if they would help him replace the 13 U.S. Flags at Patriot … more

National Beta members from Twin City Elementary are celebrating their recent participation in the Georgia Elementary Beta State Convention. They were announced as winners of the following … more
The Twin City Lions Club held their monthly lunch meeting on November 3, at Simply Southern in Twin City. The guest speaker was Emanuel County Probate Court Judge Don Wilkes. Judge Wilkes spoke to … more
If you like an old-fashioned football contest of skill, strategy and pure power, Friday night’s game was just your style. In front of a loud, loyal and spring-loaded crowd in Ocilla, the SHS Tigers … more
The Sunshine House GiveAThon on Thursday Dec 1, fell slightly short of its goal. The event raised $97,500 and had technical difficulties due to Facebook. "We appreciate all who followed us throughout … more
At Swainsboro Primary School, the character trait for November was “Thankfulness”. One student from each class is selected for displaying thankfulness each day. These students get special … more

Nineteen outstanding Swainsboro Middle School band members were selected for membership in the 2022-23 University of Georgia Honor Band. Students auditioned against other middle school band students … more
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