The Macon Telegraph
Room to Grow: New experiences of yesteryear at 4-H Camp
As the days get longer and warm weather slowly creeps in, I find myself daydreaming about my summers as a little girl.
Fifty Years Ago Today, March 7, 1964
The Warren Commission will hear testimony Tuesday that four, not three, shots were fired into President Kennedy's open-top limousine last Nov. 22. James Richard Worrell, 20, said he had been called before the commission to testify about what he saw and heard near the Texas schoolbook depository the day Kennedy was slain and Gov. John Connally was ... (more)
Zeph Baker leaves mayoral race to challenge Pops Barnes for council seat
Zeph Baker, who lost a mayoral runoff to Teresa Tomlinson in 2010 and was until today a declared candidate for mayor this year, has left that race and qualified to challenge Columbus Councilor Pops Barnes for the District 1 seat, according to documents filed in the city’s Elections and Registration office.
Easing sex offender restrictions a bad joke
The Cherokee County Republican Party has a blurb on its website about Rep. Sam Moore, who won the 22nd District house seat earlier this month following the death of veteran lawmaker Calvin Hill.
Ernest Lee "Poke" Smith
Ernest Lee "Poke" Smith, 87, passed away on Saturday, February 22, 2014, at his residence.
Family pet shot, killed during winter storm in Harris County
Authorities are searching for someone who intentionally killed a Harris County family's dog, and so far, there is no explanation for why.
Fortson nets scholarship to Georgia Southwestern
All students were on hand at an assembly Friday morning at Tiftarea Academy to see Neeli Fortson sign with Georgia Southwestern for a soccer scholarship.