April 22, 2015 RSS feed / News

REDEDICATION OF 1877 MONUMENT

Confederate Memorial Service is Sunday

Men, women and children will gather this weekend to pay tribute to the sacrifices of the South during the bloodiest four years in American History. More...

NRC to share review of Vogtle performance

Federal regulators will give their take on how operations and construction are going at Plant Vogtle. Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will host an open house at 6 p.m. More...

IF I WERE MAYOR

WINNING ESSAYS

By Ayanna Marie Ward6th Grade, BCMSDistrict Winner More...

Burke County claims region literary trophy

Burke County High School has another region championship trophy to display. The school’s literary team took first place at the 3-AAAA competition and 10 of Burke County’s students walked away with first place finishes in their events. More...

SENIOR 4-HERS ATTEND 4-H PROM

Burke County 4-H’ers Lelan Eberly, Taylor Mizelle, Michaela Pollex and Kristen VanDeRyt traveled to Rock Eagle to attend Senior 4-H Conference—better known as the “4-H Prom.” More...

COLOSSAL CAT

Baldie Zipperer reeled in this catfish that weighed in at over 50 pounds while casting his line at Stoney Bluff Landing during a catch and release competition. More...

Andrew leaves nationwide legacy in rural electrification

The nation lost one of its top leaders in rural electrification. Jim Andrew, 78, of Birdsville, died Tuesday, April 14 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. More...

IF I WERE MAYOR

Mayor Pauline Jenkins got some new ideas about running the City of Waynesboro. More...

Thunder on Liberty car show rescheduled for this Saturday

A car show wasn’t in the forecast for last Saturday but organizers will try again. After a rainy weekend, Thunder on Liberty has been bumped to 1-5 p.m. this Saturday, April 25 in Downtown Waynesboro. More...

Forestry workshop set for Thursday, April 30

Landowners who want to learn more about managing their timber have a chance to do so in Waynesboro, 7-9 p.m. next Thursday. More...

WHAT ON Earth!

Waynesboro’s annual Earth Day festival will take over the city park on Liberty Street, 5-8 p.m., this Friday, April 24. More...

Burke 4-Hers get wins in Cloverleaf DPA

Cloverleaf District Project Achievement (DPA) has been a cornerstone of 4-H work on the county level for many years. More...