April 13, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Miller one of eight Work Ready counties

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Newberry named ag producer of the year

Mike Newberry, a fourth generationArlington farmer, was honored as Early County “Ag Producer of the Year” at the second annual Farmer Appreciation Banquet Friday morning at the Birdsong Warehouse.  More...

Community

Homecoming at Mother's Home Church in the 1950s

Sunday, July 8, Homecoming was observed at Mother's Home Church with many friends, and many old and new members present. Judge P. D. Rich of Bainbridge was the guest speaker of the day, and he gave an interesting talk before the noon hour. More...

Five fatalities in two car crash

Bainbridge-A two car crash on Highway 27 south resulted in five fatalities on Wednesday night.  The crash occurred at about 11:30 p.m. More...

Heart attacks and drinking warm water

This is a very good article. Not only about the warm water after your meal, but about heart attacks. The Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals, not cold water, maybe it is time we adopt their drinking habit while eating.  More...

Public Safety

COLQUITT POLICE REPORTS

DAILY ACTIVITY  REPORTS  More...

MILLER CO. SHERIFF REPORTS

DAILY ACTIVITY  REPORTS   March 28-29 799G Accident, car v/s deer, Bellview • Picked a prisoner up from Dougherty County • Routine patrol and security checks  More...

MILLER-BAKER E 911 CALLS

April 8 PerrySt.,CPD, Unlock Vehicle; W. Broad Ave., BEMS, NPD, Medical; Hwy. 91 North, NPD, Suspicious Activity; Pine St., CPD, MEMS, Medical; Crawford St., CPD, Unlock Vehicle; S. More...

Living & Style

Miss Palmer to wed Mr. Bridges in July

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Palmer of Blakely and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Watkins of Leesburg announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Meagan Jae Palmer of Blakely to Drew Bridges of Brinson.  More...

LIBRARY NEWS

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Richardson, Brown to wed

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Opinion

Cartoon

Full Story

Up The Creek Without A Paddle

Change is coming, is our only hope!

"Look - the sky is falling!" Or that is what many of our elected officials are wanting those who hired them in November to think.  More...

Sweet sounds of spring

The last week of March my daughter called from Wisconsin to say things had thawed out enough to take my five-month-old grandson out for his first trip through the neighborhood in a stroller.  More...

2nd Saturday Market Days gets better

There was most anything you could want from yard sale merchandise at bargain prices to mayhaw and blueberry trees with the fruit on.  The food this second, 2nd Saturday was furnished by Roadrunners Seafood. More...

National Mayhaw Festival and May- Haw this week!

Colquitt, Georgia, is the place you will want to be Friday, April 15, and Saturday, April 16, as we celebrate the 28th National Mayhaw Festival and the second week of the now famous May-Haw production.  I heard my daughter tell someone looking More...

Hospital CEO tells of plans for local facilities

At the First Friday Breakfast, April 1, Ms. Robin Rau, CEO of Miller County Hospital, was the guest speaker.  Ms. Rau unveiled an extensive plan to help financially sustain Miller County Hospital and ensure its future.  More...

Religion

‘Thanks For the Gift!’

Inspiration

I guess the word is out that I like to eat. I am not hard to please, and included in the vast variety of things that I like, pies and cakes are certainly high on the list. More...

Black Eyed Peas & Southern Luck

"The Real Story is much more interesting and has gone untold in fear that feelings would be hurt. It’s a story of war, the most brutal and bloody war, military might and power pushed upon civilians, women, children and elderly. More...

Seeds from the Sower

The editor of a newspaper asked his readers to send in testimonials on the subject, Books that have helped me.  One of the replies was, my mother’s cook book, and my father’s check book.  Important books, indeed. More...

School & Sports

Seminole Ramlins

This scribler seen the first electric car, (total electric). The gentleman sed it would go 165 miles at 55 mph without charging. This mite be a good thing, but I’m sure there is a lot of kinks to be worked out.  More...

SCHOOL MENUS

All menus are subject to change!

APRIL 13 - WEDNESDAY Breakfast - Cheese Toast, Sausage, Fruit Lunch - Chicken & Rice/Roll, Oven Fry Okra, Sweet Potatoes, Grahams/P.  More...

BACKROADS AND BOBTAILS

A Crock of Camp Cookery

Is there anything more gastronomically satisfying to an outdoorsman than a meal prepared in his own element? Be it deep in a remote woodland or in a full- facility campground, food cooked in camp can be pure manna, a veritable godly feast.  More...

Obituaries

JIMMIE HODGE TIMMONS

Jimmie Hodge Timmons Jr., age 71, of Arlington, died at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital April 5, 2011.  Funeral services were held Friday, April 8, at 11:00 a.m. in the Arlington Baptist Church with Dr. More...

ANNIE PEARL PHILLIPS DETORRES-LENIS

Annie Pearl Phillips DeTorres- Lenis, 81, of Miami, FL, passed away Saturday, March 5, 2011.  The memorial service and celebration was held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, at Ivey Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Rev. More...

LUCY ELAINE HEARD

Lucy Elaine Heard, 73, of Bainbridge, GA, passed away Friday, April 8, 2011, at her residence.  More...

Health

Healthy tips for kids on the go

HOUSTON – Active children can become dehydrated very quickly in the sweltering heat, said Dr. Robert Shulman at the USDA/ ARS Children's Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine. More...