Newton County 4-H members were honored at the Aug. 2 meeting of the Newton County Board of Commissioners just before the vote to approve the ...
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It's that time of year again: National 4-H Week.
As I sat in the stands Friday night, fanning in an attempt to cool off on the hot September night, there was a collective gasp from the crowd.
In unison, everyone sighed in relief as the 4-H'er and her restless steer moved away from the fence.
Anyone who has slept in a bunk bed at Rock Eagle would be amazed to see our new cabins.
If life is a highway, 4-H is where you learn to drive.
I remember taking a comic with an anti-smoking message to my grandfather, who looked at it and set it on the table by his recliner.
How will you recognize National 4-H Week on Oct. 3-9?
Hundreds of thousands of people have been a part of Georgia 4-H since it began here in Newton County in 1904, and we'd like to know: "What's your 4-H story?"
Ah, the first day of school.
Seeing the school supplies on sale somehow never fails to give me a little tinge of that butterflies-in-the-stomach, first day of school feeling.
What if the SWAT team never practiced?
The Newton 4-H Horse Club rode their way to the winners' stands at the State 4-H Horse Show.
Even sitting idle in the shade of the barn at the FFA-FCCLA Center last weekend didn't stop the sweat from dripping.
At Rock Eagle 4-H summer camp, the word of the week is "hydration."
In 2008, lines of eager voters wrapped around the Newton County Administration Building each day of early voting during the presidential election.
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