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Ready to get into the woods for some hunting? Squirrel hunting season provides the first opportunity of the year, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources D…

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Dear Editor: I appreciate Michael Hill’s letter about the recent Strickland campaign mailing. Mr. Hill is very generous in his interpretations of this group’s intention. Name calling, fear mongering, and slander are the hallmarks of small minded, poorly informed groups through out time. A be…

Angie Gary
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Regis Philbin, who died last week at the age 88, was remembered Friday on the morning show that he started in 1983 and retired from in 2011.

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Dear Editor: Zach Mitcham’s “What Now?” article in the July 30th Madison County Journal (MCJ) about GRP was incredibly revealing about the true character and intent of the owners and managemen…

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Dear Editor: This letter is in response to The Madison County Journal July 30 article, What Now? Power company Georgia Renewable Power (GRP), residents wait for action from Gov. Kemp on HB 857.

Zach Mitcham
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I’m sitting on the front porch, and I broke my own rule: I brought my phone out here. When I sit outside in the evening, I know a phone shouldn’t be a part of that. It kind of defeats the purp…

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“I think that I should never see a poem lovely as a tree” is the opening line in Joyce Kilmer’s poem, “Trees,” which goes on to describe the grace and majesty of well, trees.

JEFFERSON - Hal Eugene Starr, 90, Jefferson, passed away March…

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Riley and Parker Grogan, grandsons of Steve and Mary Ludeman of Talmo, went RV camping at Pine Mountain in Tennessee and took along a copy of The Jackson Herald.

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Mary Williams is shown at 37 Rice Street in her flower bed of petunias, elephant ear, hibiscus and Macho fern. Her yard was named an August Beauty Spots by the Commerce Garden Club Council, ju…

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Charles and Linda Jordan are shown at their residence at 153 Walnut Street with their New Guinea Impatiens. Their yard was named an August Beauty Spots by the Commerce Garden Club Council, jud…

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Jackson Bowen, Hoschton, a senior in the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, competed in the Terry professional sales competition in February where he finished as runner up.

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I played softball for many years, and I loved every minute of it. As I grew up I’d find myself in the stands rather than on the field. While sitting in the stands, oh how I wanted to be a part of that next pitch, take a run around the bases, or catch a line drive. I also remember it took a l…

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•Freedom Church of God and Food Bank of Northeast Georgia will provide a free grocery box (recipients must be present) on Aug. 18, 10:30 a.m. to noon at the church, 3428 Neese Commerce Road. V…