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Local 214th loses first soldier in Iraq

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News

Council deals with mobile homes, police concerns

At the regular Sardis City Council meeting held July 19, council members heard public comments about the city More...

Violations of new tint law carry hefty fines

Burke County resident Valerie Jones admits that she wasn More...

Georgia Tint Law at a Glance

By Law: It is illegal for window tinting material to be applied to the rear, side and door windows of motor vehicles that does not allow for more than 32 percent of light transmission. More...

Sports

Spartans prepare for season with camp, scrimmages

With their first week of practice and a week of football camp and scrimmages behind them, the Edmund Burke Academy Spartans took the field at John Hancock Academy in Sparta yesterday (Tuesday, Aug. More...

EBA JV cheerleaders earn top honors at UCA camp

From Staff Reports

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Burke Happenings

Burke Happenings

Book signing

A book signing for Jan Holt, author of "There More...

Church News

Church News

East Burke

East Burke Baptist Church will celebrate its Homecoming 11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 14. More...

Watkinsville Baptist Church

William Patterson, grandson of Annie and Billy Patterson, will return to his childhood church, Watkinsville Baptist, to preach at its annual revival. He is known as a very gifted preacher and hymn singer. More...

No-show clients will cost bondsmen big bucks

Local bondsmen will have to pay up if they can More...

Photo

staff photo by ariana youmans The past uncovered The Furniture Haus located at 701 North Liberty St. is getting a facelift. In the process, workers uncovered the store name of McClellan Hardware. More...

Editorial

Going wireless

Some readers will think this idea is a little far-fetched, but several communities across the country have done it, and we More...

Looking Back

10 Years Ago: Aug. 10, 1995

Property owners on Highway 25 just north of Waynesboro objected to the taking of their front yards for the construction of the Savannah River Parkway. More...

RFD

I was saddened to learn about a slain soldier from Battery C, First Battalion 214th Field Artillery. More...

For The Record

More residents caught stealing utilities from city

Ten more Waynesboro residents are accused of stealing utilities from the city, bringing the 2-week count to 21. More...

From the Blotter

Parking pains

Waynesboro Police officers were called to examine three damaged cars at Burke Medical Center last Thursday night. More...

Man get 12 months for stolen Coca-Colas

A Florida man was sentenced to 12 months in jail for accepting a 24-pack of stolen Coca-Cola. More...

Obituaries

Mr. Francisco Rodriguez

Mr. Francisco "Frank" Rodriguez, 68, of Sardis died Sunday Aug. 7, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta. More...

Mr. James C. Hilderbrandt Sr.

Mr. James C. Hilderbrandt, Sr., 59, of Waynesboro died Thursday Aug. 4, 2005 at Burke Medical Center in Waynesboro. More...

People

People in the News

Christian Sands

Christian Sands, a 16-year-old jazz prodigy, will perform at a benefit for Les Dames Art Club Scholarship Foundation 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, at Salkahatchie Convention Center in Allendale, S.C. More...

Photo

Contributed photo Reed visits Waynesboro Republican candidate for lieutenant governor Ralph Reed visited supporters in Waynesboro recently. More...

Photo

Contributed photo CIS Reading campers visit Riverbanks Zoo Youth in the Communities In Schools (CIS) Reading Camp recently took a trip to the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia, S.C. More...