November 9, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Midville is no ‘speed trap’

In a letter sent to police Chief Steve Weddon last month, the Department of Public Safety cleared the Midville Police Department (MPD) of running a speed trap. More...

County maintenance director fired

Burke County More...

Veterans Day Service slated

From Staff Reports To those who have served in the military, those who are still serving and for those who have lost their lives to defend our country More...

News

Experiencing the Christmas spirit downtown

Shoppers got into the holiday spirit during D.O.O.R. More...

Seafood sauce with local flair

Ashe has big plans for his

Growing up on the banks of the Savannah River at Shell Bluff, Curt Ashe has eaten his fair share of fish. More...

Plans for green space underway

A new park with walking trails, grills and a playground is officially in the works for the city of Waynesboro. More...

For The Record

FBI impersonator arrested on multiple charges

Deputies arrested an Augusta man who identified himself as an FBI agent and refused to surrender his loaded handgun. More...

Children removed from unfit home

Three children were removed from their home last week after a caseworker found them living in squalor. More...

In State Court

Doing nothing A South Carolina man was jailed on a $5,000 cash bond after the grapevine (as in More...

Obituaries

Mrs. Mattie “Hundang” Johnson Jenkins

FUNERAL HOMES WAYNESBORO Mrs. Mattie More...

Mrs. Hazel Martha Echols

Hazel Martha Echols, 85, died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005, at Hospice in Savannah. More...

Burke Happenings

Burke Happenings

NSDAR The Edmund Burke Chapter #3027 National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) will meet noon Saturday, Nov. 12, at the meeting place. More...

Church News

Church News

Ward Grove Ward Grove Baptist Church will have its annual Family & Friends Day program 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20. More...

People

Miss Marks marries Mr. Williams

Miss Amy Schylea Marks became the bride of Mr. Paul Browning Williams 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005 at First Baptist Church of Waynesboro. Dr. G. Al Wright officiated the ceremony. More...

She got caught

Taylor Boswell, a student in Mrs. Harrison More...

Waynesboro/Burke Concert Series features Las Vegas entertainer

From Staff Reports Can More...

Jones defeats Jenkins; Cartwright, Harden win; Hamilton takes Sardis

The City of Waynesboro will say goodbye to it More...

October indictments Murder charge reduced for Jenkins

A local tractor driver arrested for fatally shooting Willie Edward Johnson in the head at his birthday barbecue will not have to face murder charges. More...

Willie Palmer will get new trial in homicide of wife, step-daughter

Convicted murderer Willie Palmer has won a new trial for the double homicide of his wife and step-daughter in 1995. More...

Child abducted in car theft

Police are looking for a man who stole a truck with a sleeping toddler inside Tuesday morning. More...

Editorial

Veterans salute

As Veterans Day approaches this week it More...

Looking Back

10 Years Ago: Nov. 9, 1995 Alberta Anderson defeated Joanne Dixon by 57 votes in the race for State Representative from the 116th district. More...

RFD

Chivalry is not dead, thank goodness! I was in Harvey More...

Sports

EBA prepares for second round of state playoffs

The Edmund Burke Spartans (4-8) competed in the first round of the state GISA Class AA playoffs in Monticello, winning against Piedmont Academy 35-27 Friday, Nov. 4. More...

Local hunter brings home big buck

Henry Moss (left) killed this 8-point buck on the evening of Nov. 2 in the Girard area. The buck More...

Double take

Winning a Georgia High School Association State Championship is rare for any high schooler. It More...

Fields & Yields

In the Furrow

Start off right by soil sampling

Determining the fertility level of a soil through a soil test is the first step in planning a lime and fertilization program. More...

Burke County Agricultural Calendar of Events

Nov. 9-10 SE Dairy Herd Management Conference, Macon. More...

Home & Garden Tips

Treat winter weeds while grass is dormant

Now is a great time for counting the blessings of a well-earned rest from mowing More...