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Knowing who God is and where He is work together

By T. Adrienne Terrell, Columnist Greetings from The Springs! As I write this article, I can’t help but share with you how much I have enjoyed this day. Since the past few weeks have been fraught with sub freezing temps and rainy days, I am enjoying a superfine

Passion Play April 13th & 14th at 7 p.m.

  By Rev. Donnie Compton, Columnist It was a great day at Centennial Baptist Church Sunday. Dr. Michael Stovall began his ministry as our Lead Pastor. We had another capacity crowd with 515 people in attendance. God is so good! It was a great time of celebration

Mark your calendar for “Old Buckhead Days”

By Betty Moore, Columnist   The Belles of Buckhead enjoyed a delicious pot-luck supper at Eloise Bowden’s house. The hostesses were Lady Catherine, Princess Dragonfly and Queen Lady Lilac did a great job of decorating, serving and fun games. In January they enjoyed a meal at the

God has a task for all of us. Don’t run from it.

By Margie Ward, Columnist Worship attendance Sunday morning was good, some were out due to sickness, jobs, traveling, and visitors were present. It is a blessing to have them with us and our prayer is they will also receive a blessing by coming and they all will

This and That from the RTL

Atlanta is by far the largest and most influential city in Georgia. In recent years Atlanta has been frequently referred to as the ATL. The Atlanta Hawks have jerseys that simply have ATL across the chest. This influence has filtered out to our “Small but Special” town

Discussing Senior Citizen Issues

Our Public hearing on January 23,, garnered opinions on the priorities for Senior Citizen funding  was well attended, and raised interesting questions.  About 50 people were in attendance to hear from a panel of Aging resource professionals. Budgets continue to be trimmed from the sequester policies, and

Local Residents to Model in Advantage Health Systems Show

By Tia Lynn Lacorchick staff writer The Third Annual Friends of Advantage Designer’s Challenge & Top Model Competition will be held on Thursday, Feb. 6 at Athens Technical College Auditorium in the Kenneth Easom Building at 7 p.m. This event is open to the public. Tickets cost

Robotic Visionaries Prepare for Competition

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick STAFF WRITER Morgan County High School’s Robotics Team is in the middle of their annual six-week build session preparing for The Peachtree Regional Competition on March 27-29 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. With a pricey $13,000 budget, 23 MCHS students

Valdosta State Academic Honors

Valdosta State University has announced the names of students from Fall 2013 who have earned the academic status of Dean’s List. Students who achieve a semester GPA of 3.50 or higher on nine (9) or more semester hours with an institutional (VSU) GPA of 3.00 or higher

Chadwick McKee Earns Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry at UGA

CHAD MCKEE Roger and Carol McKee of Buckhead, Georgia are pleased to announce the recent graduation of their son William Chadwick McKee.  On December 13 of 2013  the University of Georgia’s graduate school conferred upon Chad the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry.  Chad completed his