COLUMN: Remembering the biggest Hill in Lyerly

I was a Daddy’s girl growing up. My Dad was beyond “God status” to me which, by default, made my Dad’s hero, Hill Caldwell,...

Jimmy Holbrook Addresses Chattooga County

During last year's campaign between Commissioner Winters and myself I raised the issue of past tax increases by Commissioner Winters and pointed out the...

Michael Lee’s “Tattoos”: Salvation And A CD That Is Not Hard To Love

Like a tractor-trailer fully loaded whining its big wheels up and down the blue highway over Taylor Ridge, our own Michael Lee Stancil roars...

Michael Lee’s “Tattoos”: Salvation And A CD That Is Not Hard To Love

Like a tractor-trailer fully loaded whining its big wheels up and down the blue highway over Taylor Ridge, our own Michael Lee Stancil roars...

STOP. DROP. AND VOTE.

Months ago, I was sitting in the lounge of Tribe Pride Arena with Coach Groce and his wife Rachel basking in the delight of...

STOP. DROP. AND VOTE.

Months ago, I was sitting in the lounge of Tribe Pride Arena with Coach Groce and his wife Rachel basking in the delight of...

Trion loses a legend

Clarence Blevins is the son of the late Robert Lee Blevins (November 25, 1917 – January 3, 2001) and Dorothy Durham Blevins (February 7,...

The Chattooga Historical Society Recognizes Black Entrepreneurs

  The historic Summerville First United Methodist Church was the site of the February meeting of the Chattooga County Historical Society.  The church was founded...

Nearly a Century Passes, Down On The Farm

On a cold winter’s day in 1920, on a rural farm in Gore, Annie Morrel Hendrix was born into a family of Chattooga County...

Cook Reflects on Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

It's not always easy to honor a man adequately who has meant so much to so many. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr  didn't just impact...