High school football practice should be delayed.
On Jan. 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, announcing that all persons held as slaves within the rebellious areas are and henceforth shall be free.
Animals are also affected by the COVID-19 pandemic but not in the ways you might think. Shelters are under stress in many of the same ways that small businesses in our community have been hit hard during this shutdown.
In a press conference Monday afternoon, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced plans to reopen everything from gyms and barbershops to restaurant dining rooms and movie theaters.
Much has been written about the Greatest Generation, usually defined as those born between 1910 and 1924, many of whom risked their lives fighting in World War II. Those that came after them look upon that generation with great admiration and gratitude for their bravery and for the sacrifice…
On Friday and Saturday, Mar. 6 and 7, BBQ grills, live music and the sounds of friends and families having fun took over Fulwood Park. The Rhythm & Ribs BBQ Festival was back for the seventh year and the park was jam packed with competition BBQ teams, vendors of all kinds, entertainment …
This Week's Circulars
- Austin Brown set to release first original single on Sept. 23
- Your Pie opens after ribbon cutting
- Blue Devils off again
- AgGeorgia Farm Credit announces relationship manager in Nashville
- Tift reports 27 new cases Saturday
- Trump reelection campaign driven by aggressive voter outreach
- Quitman man charged in fatal Tift County wreck
- More migrant women say they didn’t OK surgery in detention
- Suspect arrested in June shooting death
- County commission sends service delivery proposal to city