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Old Buckhead Days draws a crowd

By Leila Dycus, intern The town of Buckhead celebrated its annual Old Buckhead Days festival last Saturday, April 5. People from across the county came together to take part in the Real Buckhead Road Race, which was followed by a parade and activities in the town park.


Through April 13 • Georgia and Beyond:  Southern Self-taught Art, Past and Present. This folk art exhibition, curated by Susan Crawley, highlights the accomplishments of vernacular artists from Georgia and across the South, past and present.  The artists, including such well known names as Thornton Dial, Howard

AgSouth Announces Grants to Farmers Markets

Special to the Citizen AgSouth Farm Credit CFO Lisa Gunter announced today that the cooperative has set aside $25,000 to help community-based farmers markets promote their markets during 2014. The grant is part of AgSouth’s AGAware® program. Implemented in 2013, AGAware is an advocacy program that educates

Chief Robert Nash Allwine Retires from MCHS

­­ Special to the Citizen With freedom comes responsibility.  There is no greater responsibility than putting on a U.S. military uniform and serving your country to guard our freedoms.  It all started in 1968.  After Basic Military Training, Nash Allwine became a missile system technician and was

Newsom, Ware named to ‘Premier Advisors Program’

Special to the Citizen Greensboro, Georgia. March 26,, 2014—Wells Fargo Advisors has, for the third consecutive year, designated Richard D. Newsom, Jr. and Patricia L. Ware, Vice President– Investment Officers, as members of the firm’s Premier Advisors Program, a distinction that reflects their achievement of professional success

Tribee News Old Buckhead Days was a big success

Rachel Harper, columnist Well, we are having a right chilly cold spell and the rain is really pouring down on this Monday morning.  It’s not blackberry winter yet; they haven’t even bloomed.  At least this rain will soak in all the fertilizer and chicken manure the farmers have

Brownwood News:Sunday morning attendance was good

Margie Ward, columnist Sunday morning attendance was good, visitors were present. We can sure count on them week after week, which is a good thing they add so much to our service by their presence. We pray God will bless them day by day with His many

Buckhead News: Buckhead Baptist Church Easter Egg Hunt on April 19

The Buckhead Days was a smashing success. Over 100 were in the race. Donna, daughter of the Chuck Fosters came the farthest distance. She is from Louisiana. She was second in her group. Zach Massey was the winner. Miriam Foster walked in the race. She was the

The Wind Can’t Blow Hard Enough

T. Adrienne Terrell, columnist Greetings from The Springs! Okay, Easter is upon us so don’t forget the community Sunrise Service on the square in Rutledge. The program starts promptly at 7a.m., so be on time. Breakfast will be served immediately after we worship our risen Savior. Let

Madison News: MCHS 1954 Class Reunion in Rutledge

The following was written by Barbara Bell Tyson: On Thursday, April 3, twenty-three members of the Morgan County High School 1954 graduating class, 60 years, met in Rutledge. Also enjoying the reminiscing of old times was 14 spouses and “drivers” plus two classmates who had left before