January 4, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Jaycees’ Empty Stocking helps local families at Christmas

The Waynesboro Jaycees More...

News

Building expansions planned for middle and high school

One real sign of growth in the county is the planned construction of new classrooms at Burke County More...

Ready to run

Cane Creek Brutus, right, owned by Neal Smith, patiently waited in the sunshine as the field trials proceeded Tuesday. More...

Movies Under the Stars redesigned for local teens

Seeking flick picks

The Downtown Organization of Retailers (DOOR) is accepting movie requests for summer and fall 2006. More...

Obituaries

Mary O. Herrington, former probate judge, dies on January 2

FUNERAL HOMES WAYNESBORO Judge Mary O. Herrington, 86, of Waynesboro, and lifelong resident of Burke County, entered More...

Mr. Fred C. Beauman Sr.

Fred C. Beauman Sr., 59, of Sardis entered into rest on Friday, Dec. 30, 2005 at University Hospital. More...

Mr. Jeffory L. Holt

Jeffory L. Holt, 81, of Waynesboro died Sunday, Jan. 1, 2006, at Portsbridge Hospice, Augusta. More...

Burke Happenings

Burke Happenings

Genealogical society The Burke County Genealogical Society will have its monthly meeting 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, at the Burke County Library. More...

Church News

Church News

Endtime Faith Endtime Faith Deliverance Church of Midville will have a three-night consecration revival 7:30 nightly Wednesday-Friday, Jan. 4-6. More...

People

Miss Murdock marries Mr. Gray

Lydia Colleen Murdock of Rome became the bride of Andrew Lowell Gray of Waynesboro 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005 in Frost Chapel at Berry College. More...

People in the News

Allen S. Chance Allen S. Chance of Sardis recently completed training for the U.S. Army National Guard at More...

Keysville inaugurates new mayor

Keysville citizens gathered for the inauguration of a new mayor for the first time in 17 years last Saturday afternoon. More...

Bailey steps up to lead Burke County schools

The New Year ushers in new leadership for Burke County public schools. More...

Editorial

New beginnings

Linda Bailey assumes her new responsibilities as Burke County School Superintendent with all the qualifications and experience necessary for the job. More...

Looking Back

10 Years Ago: Jan. 4, 1996 Beth Ann Smith was named city attorney by newly-elected Mayor Martin Dolin. Pauline Jenkins was elected vice-mayor by the Waynesboro City Council. More...

RFD

Happy New Year! Now that I have finally remembered to write 2005 on the dateline instead of 2004, it More...

For The Record

From the Blotter

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Man arrested for stealing cars from local dealership

A Waynesboro man was arrested for stealing two cars from Taylor More...

Hit and run leads to 2 arrests

A medical fraud case was brought to light by a hit and run accident in the hospital parking lot on New Year More...

Fields & Yields

In the Furrow

Alternative fuels spark interest

The increase in gasoline and diesel fuel since the fall storms have sparked interest in alternative fuel sources. The main two sources in More...

Home & Garden Tips

Homegrown small fruits

Here in East Georgia the potential for locally grown fresh picked fruits can be a long and delicious seven-month season. More...

Recipes From Louise

Now that the holidays are over, we tend to look at the new year with new priorities, new expectations, and new resolutions. One of your resolutions may be to lose those extra pounds you gained during the holidays. More...