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Midville council says ‘no’ to possible liquor referendum

There will be no liquor in Midville. More...

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Home & Garden Tips

Common tomato problems
Burke County Extension Agent

It would be hard to imagine any home garden that did not have at least a few tomato plants. Tomatoes are considered by many to be the most prized vegetable in the garden. Here are some common tomato problems homeowners are having in the garden. More...

Burke County Agricultural Calendar of Events July 26 Burke Cattlemen’s Association meeting,

office park, 7:30 p.m. RSVP at 554-2119. More...

Recipes From Louise

Not too long ago, we hosted a Professional Improvement Day for UGA Cooperative Extension Service secretaries here in Burke County. A recipe book was compiled with favorite recipes from each secretary in 40 counties within the Southeast District. More...

For The Record

WPD arrests Augusta woman on drug trafficking warrant

The Waynesboro Police Department (WPD) recently arrested an Augusta woman on a warrant for drug trafficking. More...

From the Blotter

New neighbors

A local realtor alerted police when she realized someone was living in a house she was selling. More...

Waynesboro Police

The following arrests and citations were reported by the Waynesboro Police Department for the past week:
Monday, July 4
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Obituaries

Christopher George Redd

Christopher George Redd, 20, of Waynesboro died as a result of an automobile accident Thursday July 7, 2005. More...

Mr. William J. Trawick

Mr. William Jackson "Jack" Trawick, 95, of Midville entered into rest at his residence on July 7, 2005. More...

Logan Blake Morris

Logan Blake Morris, 1-day-old infant son of David and Jillian Dixon Morris of Sardis, died Friday, July 8, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta. More...

Eight arrested in brawls July 4, 7

Angry crowds assaulted Waynesboro police with bottles, fireworks and fists last week, sending one officer to the hospital with a cut forehead and broken teeth. More...

Frazier proposes plan to revive

Davis Park; more support needed
True Citizen Associate Editor

Past the knee-high weeds and rusted swings, O.J. Frazier sees potential. More...

Staff photo by Elizabeth Billips

From racehorses to bird dogs

A group of local business leaders and volunteers recently hit the streets of Aiken, S.C. in search of good ideas. The group met with city manager Roger Le Duc and downtown director Janet Augeri-Morris to discuss strategies for revitalizing downtown. More...

Editorial

A new challenge

O. J. Frazier is not afraid of a challenge. We More...

Looking Back 10 Years Ago: July 13, 1995

Burke County Chamber of Commerce president-elect David Dupeire announced he was leaving the community after being promoted by First Union Bank. Dupeire, who had served as the bank More...

RFD

If you are considering entering The Boss Hog Cook-off, sponsored by Southern Bank and The True Citizen, applications and rules can be picked up at either business. More...

Sports

Mity-Mite All-Stars compete in Firecracker Classic

From Staff Reports

The Waynesboro-Burke County Recreation Department (WBCRD) Mity-Mite All-Stars team #2 recently participated in their first post-season tournament, the Firecracker Classic, in Statesboro. More...

Photo

First keeper Dawson Hasty, 5, caught his first keeper while fishing in Mr. and Mrs. Lee Goode's pond Wednesday, June 22. Dawson is pictured above with his catch and his father. More...

BCHS Bears football season tickets available for purchase

From staff reports

Bears fans can now purchase season tickets to watch their team throughout the fall. More...

Burke Happenings

Burke Happenings

Diabetic teaching

Burke County Medical Center will be offering diabetic teaching Thursday, July 14, from 6-8 p.m. More...

Church News

Church News

Dalton Missionary

Dalton Missionary Baptist Church holds services every first and third Sunday with Sunday School beginning at 10 a.m. More...

People

People in the News

Maxine Martin

Maxine Martin of Waynesboro has been selected from a list of manager candidates as Golden Pantry More...

Miss Geary, Mr. Greer unite in marriage

Miss Alexcia Anne Geary became the bride of Mr. John Adam Greer 4 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the Marion Hatcher Center in Augusta. More...

Miss Barefield to

marry Mr. Kight

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Barefield of Waynesboro announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Sue "Missy" Barefield, to Kenneth Eugene Kight of Hephzibah, son of Mrs. Terry Kight and the late Elbert Eugene Kight of Hephzibah. More...