Wow! It seems like a long time since farmers were filling out the surveys for the 2017 Census of Agriculture.
My name is Ally Alicki and I am a participant of Ripple of One.
Is history no longer a required subject in today’s schools? And, what about current events? Are they given any consideration?
Our family group text message has been a busy place this week, as the second annual Camp DubbaG takes place at my parents’ house in Kentucky.
I recently interviewed a young man who grew into adulthood at Collins Home.
It was a beautiful spring day, the kind that turns a young man’s fancy to thoughts of – fishin’! I rounded up a couple of my buddies, and we headed for Lake Hartwell to catch the big ones.
Just as there is an app for almost anything you do, did you know there is a fact sheet for almost any home and gardening issue you have?
For many fans, this time of year is dead when it comes to sports.
Today’s column almost didn’t happen, y’all, but I battled the nap that was calling my name to write this solely for you.
We are halfway through our 100th anniversary year, and the celebrations continue.
Willie: There are some amazing administrators in the School District of Oconee County, but there are also some horrible ones.
When I walked through my yard the other day, I was shocked at the number of sticks lying on the ground and in my bushes.