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Gov. Brian Kemp’s $27.2 billion Fiscal Year 2022 state budget cleared the Georgia House of Representatives Friday, March 5, after lawmakers earmarked $58 million to boost mental health services.

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After last season's abrupt end, Banks County High School head golf coach Mike Owensby is excited and eager to see his team on the golf course and compete for the region title.

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Banks County baseball showcased their talents this past week by dominating on the mound and at the plate. The team had three big wins against East Jackson, Morgan County, and Monticello. The t…

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There are influences all around us. In earlier times, we were influenced by our friends, family, and co-workers. With social media and video games at our finger tips, we have more things to impact our lives.

Zach Mitcham
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The plane, which was transparent, like Wonder Woman’s, crash-landed into a lake by my childhood home, which was not in Macon but some cold Northern European setting, like Norway, on an overcas…

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One of the most mind-blowing moments as a graduate student in the horticulture department was the day my class started learning about photosynthesis.

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When I was 10, I learned my first lesson in politics. Daddy and I were watching the CBS News with Walter Cronkite, who kept talking about people called Republicans and Democrats.

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Trent C. Perry, of Maysville, a Certified Retirement Counselor and local businessman, has qualified for membership in the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) for 2021. Perry is an eight-year qua…

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The staff of the Commerce High School cafeteria was recognized as the Commerce FFA Faculty/Staff Members of the Month for February. These ladies were chosen due to their help and assistance wi…

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Members and supporters of the Commerce High School FFA celebrated FFA Week from March 1-5. Members celebrated each day with a different spirit dress day theme. Chapter accomplishments and the …

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The Rev. Justin Griffis will be in revival at River of Life Worship Center in Nicholson on Sunday, March 7, through Wednesday, March 10.