December 29, 2010 RSS feed / Community

Shelby Acres Farm recognized

The Southeastern Dorper Sheep Breeders Association recently hosted their annual show in Bushnell, Florida. Shelby Acres entered both Dorper and White Dorper Sheep. More...

Josh bags first buck of season

Josh Roland, ten years old, killed his first recently while hunting in Randolph County. The eight pointer weighed approximately 150 pounds. Josh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Roland of Colquitt and enjoys hunting very much. More...

Senators Sign Letter to Reid Saying Tax Cuts Must Come Before Any Other Issues

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Bainbridge College Early County Cuts Ribbon on New Additions, Marks New Era

14,000+ Sq. Ft. Expand Facilities for Students

Cutting the ribbon on the new Student Wellness Center and Instructional Area additions for Bainbridge College Early County Center at 40 Harold Ragan Dr., Blakely, officially marked a new era for students at the center, which became part of Bainbridg More...

Good neighbors aren’t hard to find in Colquitt

by MCL staff writer   “Ole Mill Acres has some good, friendly people living there,” Ron Cichon stated.   Mr. More...

Dallas's Solution

submitted by Jack Warner   Taking uninsured cars off the highway..... More...

Justin kills first buck

Justin Richardson killed his first buck on Saturday, December 11, 2010, in Miller County. The six pointer weighed around 130 pounds. Justin is the 15-year-old son of Thad and Kim Richardson of Colquitt. More...

Ten resolutions to maintain a healthier family in 2011

a healthier by Dr. Clay Stallworth Ten resolutions (no special order) medical experts recommend in order to maintain a healthier family: More...

Misunderstood instructions

There is a factory in northern Minnesota which makes the Tickle Me Elmo toys. The toy laughs when you tickle it under the arms.   Well, Lena is hired at The Tickle Me Elmo factory, and she reports for her first day promptly at 8:00 a.m.   More...

News Around Us

Bainbridge -Three flim-flam artists had no idea that most of Decatur County was watching for them before they were caught on Tuesday afternoon.   More...

Electronically Challenged?

submitted by Alma Pirnie   It all began with an iPhone.   March was when my son celebrated his 15th birthday, and I got him an iPhone. He just loved it. Who wouldn't? More...

Nutrition, Supplements Promote Health and Healing

Martha Rozman had a persistent cough for two years. After visiting multiple medical doctors and being treated with inhalers and antihistamines to no effect, she decided to try something different.   “A friend of mine recommended Dr. More...

Tornado Preparedness Requires a Plan

Tornadoes are violently rotating columns of air, extending from a thunderstorm that is in contact with the ground. Tornadoes can vary in shape, size and intensity. More...

Proudly They Serve

Army Reserve 2nd Lt. Ross D. Flake has graduated from the Army Medical Officer Basic Leadership Course at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas.   More...

Hey, wasn't that us?

A little house with three bedrooms, and one car on the street. A mower that you had to push to make the grass look neat. In the kitchen on the wall, we only had one phone and no need for recording things; someone was always home. More...

Obama's last-minute gifts

by MCL staff writer   The vote was as usual as the lame-ducks that got beat, and those who squeaked by gave the nation’s military and the voters who did a fairly good house cleaning job back in November their last present to America. More...

Back on track

by Cathy Elliott   One of the most stress-inducing undertakings in racing is a track repaving project.   If you do it right, it can really cause your stock to rise with fans and drivers alike. More...

A Keeper

Their marriage was good, their dreams focused. Their best friends lived barely a wave away. I can see them now, Dad in trousers, tee shirt and a hat and Mom in a house dress; lawn mower in his hand, and dish-towel in hers. More...