December 5, 2018 RSS feed / News

Wild West Christmas Parade downtown on Saturday

Gather your herd and hitch up the wagon – a Wild West Christmas is coming to town.  This Saturday, Dec. 8, marks the Downtown Development Authority’s annual Christmas parade through downtown Waynesboro.  More...

Middle school beauty queens

Twenty young ladies participated in the 2018 Miss Burke County Middle School pageant sponsored by the BCMS Parent Teacher Organization. The overall winners pictured with BCMS Principal Dr. More...

Art club collecting winter coats

This Friday evening, the Burke County High School art club, ARTreach, is asking for the community’s help to keep folks warm as the temperatures drop.  More...

DNR announces new round of wildlife viewing grants

Wanted: More projects that need a hand helping Georgians enjoy and better understand animals, plants and habitats emphasized in Georgia’s State Wildlife Action Plan.  More...

Sheriff’s office toy drive to benefit local children

With Christmas right around the corner, Burke County Sheriff Alfonzo Williams and his staff want to ensure that local children have a holiday to remember, and they need assistance in making that happen. More...

BURKE OUTDOORS

First buck  Morgan Clark bagged her first buck while hunting in Richmond County with her father. A sophomore at Edmund Burke Academy, Morgan is the daughter of Mardy and Rachelle Clark of Waynesboro.   More...

Pen to paper

Jahleel Roundtree made history when he signed a basketball scholarship to Fort Valley State University. Roundtree is the first student from the state of Georgia to ever be recruited to play basketball for FVSU. More...

Carter wins pizza party

Rashad Carter, a fifth-grader at Blakeney Elementary School, won a pizza party, compliments of Papa’s Pizza-to-Go, after his story “The Curse of the Teddy Bear” scooped up 49 percent of the vote in The True Citizen’s annual Sp More...