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Ethel Caraway, 90

Posted by | February 9, 2005 12:00 am

EVANS—Funeral for Ethel Caraway, 90, was held Friday, Feb. 4, 2005 in the chapel of Elliott Sons Funeral Home in Martinez with Rev. Bill Harrell and Rev. Barry Daniel officiating. Burial was in Gumlog Primitive Church Cemetery in Kite. She died Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2005 at Westwood Nursing Home in Evans.

A native of Johnson County, Mrs. Caraway had resided in the Augusta area since moving from Swainsboro in 1994. … Read More




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Posted by | February 9, 2005 12:00 am

Yet another Bypass wreck

Another wreck happened on the Swainsboro Bypass at Hwy. 56, this time on Tuesday, Feb. 1. According to a report by Georgia State Patrol, driver Broadus Moore Jr. of Pendleton, S.C. (pictured vehicle) was driving his Dodge truck south on the Bypass when an Oldsmobile driven by Virginia Mae Owen of Norristown was traveling west from the stop sign on Hwy. 56. Owen traveled into the … Read More


RCTA takes two from DEA

Posted by | February 9, 2005 12:00 am

By ANDY CALLAWAY

By ANDY CALLAWAY

Robert Toombs Christian Academy swept a varsity doubleheader from visiting David Emanuel Academy last Tuesday night in Lyons with the boys rolling to a 65-41 win and the girls cruising to a 47-27 win.

Three Crusaders, Kyle Pittman, Derrick Bonner and Theo Rountree all reached double figures in scoring as Pittman finished with 19, Bonner with 16 and Rountree with 11. RTCA jumped out … Read More


Supt. Frye welcomes new ECI Principal English

Posted by | February 9, 2005 12:00 am

By JACQUIE BRASHER

By JACQUIE BRASHER

Emanuel County School Superintendent Butch Frye recently welcomed new Emanuel County Institute Principal Boyd K. English as Mr. English and his wife, Sunshine, visited Emanuel County.

“We are very excited to have him here,” said Frye. “He possesses a lot of energy and wants to be a part of a small community. We feel that he will fit in very well in our community.” … Read More


We have a tie

Posted by | February 9, 2005 12:00 am

There was a tie between Gregory Jordan of Twin City and Mitchell Meeks for

The Forest-Blade

Super Bowl XXXIX Contest. Both participants picked the correct number of points scored. The two men will each receive a cash prize of $50.

The Forest-Blade

staff would like to thank all contestants for their participation.




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