November 12, 2008 RSS feed / School & Sports

Pre-K visits Henley Farms

On October 1, the Miller County Pre-K classes visited Mr. Kim Henley's peanut field to see first hand how peanuts are harvested. Mr. Henley explained to the young future farmers the importance of the peanut industry. More...

SGA Warrirors fall in first round of playoffs

SGA Warrior seniors (front row, L-R) Keaton Smith, Miles Lee, Coach David Bell, Chandler Ray, Ethan Bundrick; (back row) Daniel Bayman, Todd Davis, Will Brown, Boone Kennedy, Coach Max Evans, Dustin Bowen. More...

Miller County 4-H & FFA Hog Exhibitors Compete At Georgia National Fair

On Thursday, October 9, the Miller County show team traveled to Perry to compete at the Georgia National Fair with their hog projects. Twelve exhibitors entered a total of 17 breeding gilts and market hogs in the show. More...

Backroads and Bobtails

"MOTORVATING" THE WATERFOWLER

I am at heart a lazy, inactive human being. But not when I go duck hunting. Oh, no. When I'm shooting waterfowl, I can become easily excited and am often launched into quite strenuous and even frenzied activity. More...

Reese bags first deer

Reese Vann, nine-year-old son of Wes and Andrera Vann, killed his first buck of the season last Monday morning. The eight point buck weighed 212 pounds. Reese will not disclose where he bagged him, only that it was in Miller County. More...

Pre-K enjoys western day

The Miller County Pre-K celebrated Western Day with a horse and wagon ride from Glen and Amanda Sheffield. All week long the students learned about the Wild West Days. On Friday, August 8, Mr. More...

How can she live with herself?

Madame Pelosi wasn't happy with the small private jet that comes with the Speaker's job. More...

MCHS FFA NEWS

The last few weeks have been really busy for the FFA. October 20 -25 students attended FFA National Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. More...

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Last Tuesday, as President Bush got off the helicopter in front of the White House; he was carrying a baby piglet under each arm. The squared away Marine guard snaps to attention, salutes, and says: "Nice pigs, sir. More...

SGA takes First Place in One-Act Play

Wednesday, October 29, Southwest Georgia Academy traveled to Andrew College where they competed in and won first place in the region for One-Act Play. The students presented the play, "Juvie," under the direction of Debbie Sloan. More...

Peyton wins coloring contest

Peyton Brice, a sixth grader at Miller County Middle School, recently was the winner of a Old Navy coloring contest in Dothan, AL. She received a $50 gift certificate. Peyton is the daughter of Noel Burch and Robert Brice. More...