For nearly 30 years, each Easter, Terry Hiers has become the disciple Peter.
Derby Duck Race returns to feed the hungry
Second Harvest of South Georgia has never ducked its responsibilities for feeding the region’s hungry people, but ducks — thousands of ducks — have helped the food bank get the job done for the past several years.
‘Need for Speed’ needs a plot
Our movie reviewer takes a look at "Need for Speed," "The Single Moms Club" and "Mr. Peabody & Sherman."
Musician moves toward R&B
Judging by the smiling face under the cowboy hat in the cover photograph, a viewer might assume that Valdosta musician Melvin Morrison’s new CD is another country album.
Suwannee SpringFest: Roots music returns
March came in like a lion and will go out like a bunch of American roots musicians. The Suwannee SpringFest returns next weekend to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park.
‘300: Rise of an Empire’ falls
Our movie reviewer looks at "Son of God" and "300: Rise of an Empire.'
Wild Adventures opens with a colorful new attraction
Butterflies drop from the haze of small, waxy envelopes. Monarchs and Painted Ladies. Wings spreading from the coolness of a dormant state to the warmth of a mid-March sun. Fluttering colors wavering against the bursts of flowers in bloom and hundreds of other butterfly wings.
DARE Animal Rescue hosts first foster event
With the ever-growing problem of shelter overpopulation and the increasing number of strays throughout the city, the need for animal rescues is constant.
Valdosta author writes a youth book for the ages
As an adult reading Dee C. Santiago’s “Grams and Old Grunt: Book 1,” the novel is reminiscent of the young readers’ books of the past.
Woman communicates deaf culture
The ability to hear is something that many can never fathom losing. However, for millions of people, it is an ability they have never been given.
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