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Not just your ordinary herbs

Special to the Citizen Debbie and Phil Caudle began growing herbs as a hobby, now with over sixty varieties of herbs they have began attending plant shows and farmers markets. Their inventory includes unusual and hard to find herbs. Herbs have culinary, medicinal and fragrant properties as

Thurleston Delivers Springtime Magic With history and color

By Dianne Lively Yost staff writer In spring, Thurleston is magical with bright blooming pink azaleas and graceful white dogwoods. A master gardener, Kathy Whiteside has lived with her family at Thurleston since 1983 and in the span of those 31 years she has meticulously collected the storied

Things A Seller Should Know Before Listing A House

By Chris Hodges, Columnist As local real estate market conditions change, so do the trends and tactics of buying and selling homes. In the past, sellers controlled the market, calling all the shots: they could set the prices, resist making improvements, and demand terms in contract negotiations.

Bet you can’t …

Bets are a stupid thing. Well, maybe I should take that back. Better yet, bets are just as stupid as the people making them. (Kind of like: guns don’t kill people, people do. Except bets aren’t inherently dangerous) Stupid bets run the gamut from something as relatively

Running with the Rooster

Edward Jones! Morgan Stanley! Wall Street! Take cover! Momma’s a bonafied wealth management consultant! What the? I’m talkin’ she’s one of them high frequency traders, spikin’ the Red Bull with the White Lightenin’! Every nanosecond adds up to vast returns! We’re gonna get Rich, Rich, RICH, Fast,

Remember “Old Buckhead Days” this Saturday, April 5th

What a difference a day makes!  It is an absolutely gorgeous spring day today on this last day of March; I hope all the bad weather blew away with that cold wind we had over the weekend.  I find it very hard to stay inside and work on

Brownwood News

Attendance on Sunday morning was good. I know of some members out because of traveling to be with sick family members, others out due to working and sickness. Our prayers are for each one and all will be back soon. Several visitors were with us today. We

Singers at Buckhead Baptist church on April 13th

April 5! Well, the date is here for “Old Buckhead Day.” There will be the 5K-road race at 8 a.m. You may participate by getting in touch with ACTIVE.com. The price will be $25 at this time. At 10 a.m. the parade will be at the Buckhead

Fifth Sunday at Union Springs Baptist Church

Greetings from The Springs! I mentioned earlier in the month that The Springs would attend the Morgan County Ministers Union Annual Spring Revival which started on Wednesday, March 26th. The speaker was Pastor Tracy B. Wheeler of Greater Springfield Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga. Rev. Wheeler was

Community Connection

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines community as “a group of people who live in the same area.”  You could also say that a community is a group of neighbors. When I was a kid growing up in Elberton, we had neighbors that were more like family. Our backyards