December 15, 2010 RSS feed / News

Scene's from Waynesboro Jaycee's Christmas Parade 2010

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Corrections

In the photo of the Ray DeLaigle Bridge dedication on the front page of last week’s True Citizen, Belinda Baker was mistakenly named as Belinda Wasden. The True Citizen regrets this error.   More...

Wanted in Burke

The following persons are wanted on outstanding arrest warrants. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call the Burke County Sheriff’s Office at 706-554-2133. More...

Grant earmarked for Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program

The Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) has received a $104,700 grant to pilot a motorcycle safety training program.   More...

Better Business Bureau Tips

No matter how you give, give wisely with advice from the BBB Wise Giving Alliance

Because of technology and the creativity of charities, there are many different ways that donors can give to a worthy cause. More...

TenHuisen places in area FFA Speaking Event

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Burke County FFA member Caleb TenHuisen recently placed fourth in the Area 4 FFA Prepared

Public Speaking Career Development Event held at Burke County High School. More...

The last class

Students from the last graduating class of Blakeney High School traveled from across the United States to attend a 40th class reunion in Waynesboro. More...

Christmas and cattle

The Burke County Cattlemen’s Association celebrated the season last week with its annual Christmas banquet. More...

Good enough to eat

Pre-school students at the First United Methodist Church decorated gingerbread houses last week as they celebrated Jolly Week and learning the letter “J.” The children, ages 3 and 4, adorned their gingerbread structures with all the can More...

Longleaf pine initiative offered to Burke landowners

Applications must be received by January 7, 2011   Burke County landowners have until Jan. 7 to take advantage of $5 million available to Georgia for managing and restoring longleaf pine.   More...

Firefighters, law enforcement officers of the year honored

They risk their lives each time they get a call.   But all too often, the ones who put the most on the line get the least recognition. More...

Owner cited for dog attack, says not all canines were his

The owner of dogs that attacked a Waynesboro man was charged with a single misdemeanor – but he claims he’s not the only responsible party.   More...

Teen workshop Monday

College students come home to fight violence

A group of young adults from Burke County is taking a stand against violence. More...

Find student aid money for college

January is fast approaching and that means it’s time to apply for college financial aid for the upcoming school year. More...

BCHS JROTC passes Air Force Inspection

Burke County High School’s JROTC recently passed its recertification with flying colors, achieving a perfect score.   More...

Cline places at Electrification Career Development Event

placed third in the Area 4 FFA Agricultural Electrification   More...

Crowned

State Finalist Ebone‘ Madison competed in her first 2010 National American Miss Georgia Teen Pageant in Atlanta. More...

oneCARE celebrates perfect audit

The oneCARE Company got an early surprise this December. Product Quality Manager Cy Miller reported the company had their annual Target audit at the Waynesboro facility last week and passed with a score of 100 percent. More...

Pre-schoolers portray Christmas story

The pre-school class at First United Methodist Church presented their program Lead the Way to Christmas last week. More...

Honor chorus performs

Members of the Blakeney Elementary School Chorus are pictured during the annual Waynesboro Primary and Blakeney Elementary School Honor Chorus Christmas Concert held Dec. 9. More...

ATC hosts annual holiday concert

Augusta Technical College’s Waynesboro/Burke Campus was filled with the sounds of the season Monday night during its annual holiday concert featuring the Burke County High School concert and hand bell choirs. More...