Posted by | November 17, 2004 12:00 am

Friday, Nov. 19

Ohoopee Jamboree, Nora Blvd., Adrian. Entertainment will be Riley and Patsy Johnson, 7 to 8 p.m.; Glory Road Trio, 8 to 9 p.m.; and Walnut Grove Bluegrass, 9 to 10 p.m.

You Can Quote Me…

It is arrogance in us to call frankness, fairness, and chivalry “masculine” when we see them in a woman; it is arrogance in them to describe a man’s sensitiveness or tact or … Read More

DEA finishes fifth in cross country

Posted by | November 17, 2004 12:00 am



David Emanuel Academy fielded it’s first ever boys varsity cross country team this fall and finished fifth at the GISA region 2-AA meet held at Trinity Christian school in Dublin.

Junior Frank Wimberly finished eleventh overall with a time of 23:57 to come in as the top Eagle finisher. Freshman Brandon Blount finished fifteenth, junior Chris Henry was eighteenth, senior Chris Lanier was twenty-sixth … Read More

Edenfield is nominee in Senate Youth

Posted by | November 17, 2004 12:00 am

Tyler Edenfield, Swainsboro High School junior, was recently selected to represent Emanuel County in the U. S. Senate Youth Program competition.

The son of Melissa Durden and Roy Frank Edenfield of Swainsboro, Edenfield was selected for his leadership abilities and activities by a panel of out-of-county judges. He recently competed with nominees from the other school systems in the district in hopes of being named one of two students who … Read More

Scouts visit Swainsboro City Hall

Posted by | November 17, 2004 12:00 am

Members of Pack 75, Scorpions, recently visited Swainsboro City Hall and met with Mayor Ricky Stevens, who explained the duties of his office and responsibilities of elected officials. The Cub Scouts are currently working on earning their Citizen Activity badges. Scouts attending were Alex Costley, Dilan Oglesby, Brandon Page, Benjamin Porter, J.T. Powell, John Morgan Walters and Zachery Wood. Cubscout leaders are Rhonda Oglesby, Wanda Wood and Juanita Porter. The … Read More

It’s the ideology, stupid

Posted by | November 17, 2004 12:00 am

Bobby Beecher

In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, that blissful Wednesday morning when it was obvious President Bush would defeat John Kerry, MSNBC commentator Chris Matthews asked a panel of pundits to name one Northern Democrat who could carry a Southern state in a presidential contest. Matthews was astonished when his experts couldn’t do it.

Chris Matthews is an astute (though liberal) observer of America’s political scene. On this … Read More

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