March 26, 2014 RSS feed / News

Men Who Cook

Marcus Mogel

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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

Krys Johnson   More...

Good place to perch

The residents at Brentwood Health and Rehabilitation may have a few more birds to watch as they sit outside on warm afternoons. Burkeland Club donated a sack full of bird seed to fill the feeders there. More...

Local 4-Hers create PeaNutrition recipes

This year, over 30 Burke County 4-Hers competed in the Georgia 4-H PeaNutrition contest sponsored by the Georgia Peanut Commission. More...

Inside & Out

The Waynesboro Downtown Authority (DDA) made another investment in the heart of the city. Beth Bryan, owner of The Looking Glass Beauty Salon, below, is the latest recipient of the Inside-Out Grant Program. More...

Event planned for juniors, seniors

LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

While college enrollment numbers continue to increase among America’s youth, some local leaders worry that the trend is not as strong among rural youth.  More...

AID THROUGH 2014 FARM BILL

Livestock producers are urged to document losses

If you keep livestock, the USDA is urging you to keep good records too.  According to U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Juan M. More...

Summer workshop at ABAC open to students with interest in natural resource conservation

Over $18,000 in college scholarships, back-to-nature field trips, and a true taste of college life will be on the line for students who attend this year’s Natural Resources Conservation Workshop (NRCW) on June 8- 12 at Abraham Baldwin Agricultu More...

SOUTHEASTERN SPELLING BEE

FCA fifth grader competes among best spellers in the South

Faith Christian Academy fifth grader Cobb Hollingsworth competed against more than 80 top spellers from schools in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia and Florida last weekend at the ACSI (American Christian Schools, Int.) Southeastern More...

SOUTHERN NUCLEAR RECOGNIZED FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

UNITED WAY

United Way of the CSRA presented Southern Nuclear Operating Company with the prestigious Spirit of Community Award at their annual meeting. More...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

The following are property transfers, as recorded by Burke County Board of Assessor’s Office:    American Farm Properties Inc. to Pedro Cruz and Patricia Cruz; Jan. More...

Unit 1 outage continues at Vogtle

Plant operators safely took Plant Vogtle’s Unit 1 offline at 4 a.m. More...

Home Grown Festival to feature Burke entrepreneurs

Local businesses are vital to our community’s health and wellbeing. No one knows the community or can serve it as well as our friends and neighbors. More...

Sleep studies can pinpoint problems

There’s more to snoring than disturbing the nighttime peace.  It can be a loud and clear indicator of serious health problems, according to Burke Medical Center staff.  More...

Entries due April 3 for writing contest

2nd-4th grade

It’s almost time to pick our favorites.  Next Thursday at 5 p.m., entries are due for the annual elementary school writing contest sponsored by The True Citizen and First National Bank of Waynesboro.  More...

Century-old farms eligible for honor

Even though most Georgians are several generations removed from their family farm, many can trace their family history back to a farm and some even still have relatives farming the family home place.  The Burke County Farm Bureau is encouraging More...