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Over 50 fish caught as fishing season ends

Does Medicare Part D and all its confusion frustrate you?  We have a solution.  The Georgia Cares representative will be at our Senior Center on Monday, November 3,  2014, at 10 a.m. to help you decide which plan will benefit you most.  Plan coverage is very inconsistent,

Pastor’s Appreciation 2014

Greetings from The Springs! On Sunday, October 26, 2014, USBC celebrated Pastor’s Appreciation Day in grand fashion. The pastoral staff presiding over the morning’s events were Derrick Worrell, Dr. Kathy Hubbard and Gary Walker. This was our day to tell Pastor T, “We love you!” Hats off

Brownwood Baptist Fall Mission Festival on Saturday

Sunday morning attendance was good and we missed the members that weren’t with us on this day. Hope they will be back with us next Sunday. We are glad to have visitors with us they are so faithful with their attendance and we are blessed by their

Come fly with me

Greg Morin columnist Media bias is often subtle. Those that know the whole story are aware when a slanted viewpoint arises from omitted information. Then again, there are times the “reporter” simply is unable to contain his zeal and so takes aim at his subject with all

Why do Democrats fear business people?

Fred Johnson columnist We saw it in 2012 when we had a successful businessman run against a community organizer for president. The businessman was accused of being too rich, not caring about the middle class and not being “one of us.” So we elected the community organizer

An uninvited guest with a lot of love

T. Adrienne Terrell columnist Greetings from The Springs! USBC has an exciting program set for Sunday, October 26 as we celebrate Pastor’s Appreciation Day. And of course, bring the children because immediately following the morning worship service we will host the annual Hallelujah Fest. Nursing Home Ministry:

Fall Festival this Saturday at 5 p.m.

Mae Buice columnist Hey! What’s going on here? Whoa! I’m sure that’s what was in our Pastor’s mind when he was “hustled” away from the pulpit on Sunday morning. We had an opening song, he was ready to make announcements and take prayer requests…..but what? Those deacons just

Godfrey barbecue set for November 8

Rachel Harper, columnist Thank you to everyone who told me you missed the column last week.  I come down with vertigo from time to time and last weekend, it reared its ugly head and put me out of commission for a while.  It ranks up there with

Best of the Best: The road to Americus

Cathy Best columnist Best of the Best: The road to Americus Although there are several straight shots from Madison to Americus, Georgia, we didn’t take them. Our path resembled that of a broken winged crow. I was not in the driver’s seat when my traveling companion veered

Georgia Mountain Fair and fresh vegetables

We were skeptical of last Tuesday’s weather, and rescheduled our mountain trip for Wednesday.  Almost everyone that had planned to go Tuesday went Wednesday, and were not drenched by downpours.  We saw Ronnie McDowell instead of John Conlee, but Ronnie put on a good show, and we