March 15, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Peanut Butter and Jelly Day

It is Peanut Butter and Jelly time throughout schools systems in Southwest Georgia. The Georgia Department of Agriculture and Commissioner Gary W. More...

LIBRARY NEWS

PINES in Your Pocket   More...

Three Little Pigs

Three little pigs went out to dinner one night. More...

Don’t Depend on the Luck of the Irish to Keep You Out of Jail

As one of the country’s most popular holidays, St. Patrick’s Day has long celebrated the roots of 34.2 million Americans with Irish ancestry. But with all of that celebration brings an increase in drunk-driving crashes. More...

Consumer Q’s

Georgia Department of Agriculture

Q: Does anyone in Georgia raise the chickens that lay colored eggs? I don’t remember their name. I want to buy some of the eggs for Easter. More...

Georgia House Approves Mandatory School Recess

The state House of Representatives has passed legislation that would require all Georgia elementary schools to schedule a daily recess period for students in kindergarten through fifth grade.  More...

More Chick- Fil- A

MORE CHICK-FILA I think this is especially important since VA facilities are removing the Bible from the displays at some of the VA locations. More...

The First Sports Banquet

I know this grandpa is biased, but I just received this photo from my daughter, Donna Toole. They live in Canton, which is about an hour north of Atlanta. Mason has been in the Toole family since his birth. More...

Looking for a good FL job?

A lady living in Coral Springs, Florida, decided to take one of the jobs that most Americans are not willing to do.  She applied for a job in a Florida lemon grove and seemed to be far too qualified for the job. More...

March is Parent Awareness Month

It’s March, and we are prepping for warmer weather, green beer, and the portent of parental doom (cue scary music)— Spring Break. How can such a festive idea evoke so much dread? Because we have all heard the horror stories. More...

Stuff you didn’t know you didn’t know

•Men can read smaller print than women can; women can hear better.  •Coca-Cola was originally green.  •It is impossible to lick your elbow.  •The State with the highest percentage of people who walk to work: Alaska& More...

Area News Around Us

Bainbridge - Ronnie Aaron Parrish turned himself in to Georgia State Patrol Thursday after a multi-county manhunt pressured him to surrender, said GSP.  More...

Gone but not forgotten

One of the privileges of living in Southwest Georgia for me is that I am at home. Being a descendant of one of the early families, my roots go very deep here. More...