November 8, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial Page

If you ever buy a bronze rat, make sure you get the story behind it

Words of Encouragement

A man walked into a small-town antique shop and couldn’t help but notice a lifelike bronze statue of a rat. He asked the shop owner the price. “The rat is $20,” the shop owner said. More...

Factors affecting forage quality

Winter feeding time is approach­ing soon and many producers are getting prepared to start feeding hay. One of the topics that come to the top of the discussion list for fellow producers has to do with the quanti­ty of the hay produced in 2018. More...

LWREA makes contribution to Family Connection

The Lincoln-Wilkes Retired Educators Association (LWREA) pre­sented a donation to the Lincoln County Community Partnership Inc./ Family Connection on October 11, 2018. More...

Paula’s Journey, Part Two An Uncommon Passage Down the River of Life

Across The Savannah

Author’s Note: Paula Deen’s story appears in the fall 2018 issue of Shrimp, Collards & Grits magazine. This column is part two of three parts. More...

Consumers get answers from Ga. Department of Agriculture

Consumer Q’s is a weekly ques­tion and-answer column by Arty Schronce at the Georgia Depart­ment of Agriculture. Please share your thoughts, questions and sug­gestions with him by phone, mail or email.  More...

This weeks tips from the BBB

The police and firefighters in your community are people who put their lives on the line daily to protect you, your family, and your community. More...

Nolia’s Notes

Life Changing Moments

Life can change in a second. I have heard this all my life and it is true. Just watch the news to see what has happened overnight or in a twenty-four hour period.  One moment, you are thinking, just a lump, nothing serious. More...