October 22, 2008 RSS feed / School & Sports

Pirate Palooza Electrifying

Last year's Pirate Palooza was awesome, but this year's Pirate Palooza was the bomb! Different school clubs had booths set up around one end of the football field ,and the kids were having an energetic time. More...

MCES announces honor roll

First Grade Principal's Honor: Bo Bailey, Gage Connell, Wil Cook, Joy Dancer, Abby Haywood, Hayli Jones, Dylan Olds, Conner Pickle, Mackenzie Pickle, Sven Richardson, Madison Roland, Aden Strickland. More...

2008 Miller County Recreational Cheerleaders

(Front row, L-R) Mariah Salazar and Savannah Craft; (second row) Bethany Craft, Rachel Joiner, Kayston Salazar; (third row) Rebecca Joiner, Chelsea Torres, Victoria Reynolds, Christine Moore, Rhyan Brice; (back row) Coach Michelle Salazar; (not pictu More...

SGA Warriors tie Piedmont Cougars

The SGA Warriors traveled up to Monticello to play the Piedmont Cougars in football. After the long ride there, the Warriors got off the bus to find the football field standing in water and the rain steadily falling from the sky. More...

MCHS FFA NEWS

Hey, everyone! This week has been super busy for the FFA. We have been working on the Roster, Expo, Pirate Palooza, Chicken-Q, and getting ready for National Convention. Wednesday October 15, 2008, FFA members attended the AG Expo in Moultrie. More...

MCES holds Pep Rally

On Friday, October 17, the Miller County High School football team, MCHS cheerleaders, and the Miller County Marching Pirates came over to the Miller County Elementary School around 2 p.m. and held a Pep Rally for our young little Pirates. More...

Backroads and Bobtails

THIRTY MINUTES WITH LESTER EARL

I met Lester Earl on Spoilcane Creek; just north of Helen, Ga. He was a tall, lanky North Georgia mountain man. I knew this before he told me. Our comparative differences gave him away. I wore a felt fedora. More...

Seminole Ramlins

We all know that our country is not perfect, but! Why do we hafty put up fences to keep out folks. Most nations put up baracades to keep folks in, but we need to put up baracades to keep folks out of our country. More...