Dairy Judging Team Finds Success at State Contest

The State 4-H Dairy Judging Contest teaches students to evaluate a situation, make a decision, and provide reasons for their decision…all through looking at cows! More...

Veterans job fair

The Georgia Department of Labor, Fort Gordon, the Augusta Career Center and the Soldiers for Life-TAP Transition Center on Fort Gordon will host the annual Veterans’ Job Fair on May 1.  More...

Milestones reached for Vogtle Unit 3

Georgia Power announced yesterday (Tuesday) that multiple recent milestones for Plant Vogtle Unit 3 had been reached.  More...

Solutions to nuisance wildlife issues

Most wildlife has an inherent fear of people with no interest in coming close to us. More...

SCENES from Spring Music Fest & Thunder on Liberty

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Joint service project recycles 2,000 pounds

A community-service project jointly held by the Rotary Club of Waynesboro, Burke County High School, Cub Scout Pack 414 and two local student associations recycled more than 2,000 pounds of materials to benefit the environment, the groups announced t More...

Barefield tapped as Music Alumna of the Year

A woman who spent 25 years in Burke classrooms, inspiring and teaching students to find their voices, was recently recognized by her college alma mater. More...

First National among top banks

Waynesboro's First National Bank has been recognized as one of the top 200 healthiest banks in America by Deposit- Accounts.com, a subsidiary of Lending Tree.  More...

Don’t forget your digital spring cleaning

Since April is Digital Spring Cleaning Month, the Better Business Bureau has joined with the National Cyber Security Alliance in offering tips to safeguard your personal data. More...

Faith Christian presents Disney’s ‘Aladdin, KIDS!’

Aspiring actors at Faith Christian Academy are bringing a whole new world to Waynesboro as they present Disney’s “Aladdin KIDS!” to the community.  More...

NRC to Hold Open House

Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will discuss the 2017 safety performance of the Vogtle nuclear power plant’s two operating units and the agency’s assessment of the two units under construction during an open house on April 26 in the a More...

BURKE OUTDOORS

TWO TURKEYS, ONE SHOT  Harper Wilcox, 8, got a two-for-one deal when he killed his first turkey on April 9. The Blakeney Elementary School third-grader was hunting with his father Cpl. More...