April 14, 2015
A school safety check was conducted today at the Appling County High School by the Appling County Sheriff’s Office and the Baxley Police Department with assistance by the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit.
The safety check resulted with minimal violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
Protect the ones who cannot protect themselves
National Infant Immunization Week is April 18 – April 25, 2015
THE HUNTER OPRY HOUSE THIS SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 18 @ 7:00 PM. WE ARE NOW HAVING THE SHOWS ON THE 3RD SATURDAY NIGHT OF EACH MONTH.
Sheriff Benny Deloach issues the following statement
Citizens are being called by someone stating that they are the Appling County Sheriff’s Office-warrants division. They advise you that you failed to report for Jury Duty. If you send an amount of money you will not be arrested. Similar calls are being made stating they are with the FBI, Social Security, etc. If you receive a call of any nature stating you owe money or won anything – please call the Appling County Sheriff’s Office at 912-367-8120 before sending any money.
Mrs. Johnson's 4-H Club
By: Leah Kersey
The Johnson 4-H club held it's meeting Thursday, March 5. Kellyn Smith, President, presided at the meeting. Our Vice President, Emma England, led in the American Pledge and the 4-H Pledge. Triniti Upchurch introduced her uncle, Darik. Jacob Horton introduced his mom, Mrs. Shelly Horton. Harrison Simmons introduced his mom, Mrs. Rayann Simmons. The Secretary, Kylie Todd, called roll and read the minutes from our last meeting. Leah Kersey, our Reporter, read a short devotion. Our President, Kellyn Smith, reviewed our emblem. Our Song Leader, Triniti Upchurch, led the club in singing "Little Red Wagon." Our Program Chairman introduced the following members that gave demonstrations: Kassidy, Amber, Harrison, Lane, Beau, and Kellyn. Mrs. Becky, then presented our monthly program on ''Government Jobs." The class really enjoyed the monthly program. The meeting was adjourned by the President after no further business was discussed.
Carter Introduces Bills to Close 'Union Boss Loophole'
Proposal would end exemption from stalking, cyber bullying laws
2015 Baxley Mini-Pullers
ALL PULLS ARE LOCATED OFF OF COUNTY FARM ROAD ACROSS FROM THE BASEBALL FIELD. CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE. PRICE $5.OO FOR 12 YEARS AND OLDER. UNDER 12 IS FREE.
Saturday March 7th 2PM
Saturday April 4th 2PM
Garfield Saturday May 16th TBA
Saturday May 2nd 2PM
Saturday June 6th 2PM
Saturday Sept 5th 2PM
Saturday Oct 3rd 2Pm
Saturday Nov 7th 2PM
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There are many well-documented benefits to our communities and to each of us to choosing local, independently owned businesses. We realize it is not always possible to buy what you need locally and so merely ask you to Think Local FIRST!