November 1, 2014

Centralhatchee Elementary Honor Roll (1st-Nine Weeks)


Centralhatchee Elementary School 4th 9 Weeks Honor Roll 2013- 2014 A Honor Roll (All grades must be 90 or above) 1st Grade-  Derrick Cook, Kassi  Hannah, Wyatt Hendrix, Luke Miller, Emma Shelnutt, Maddie Wilson, Coleton Annas, Eli Boyd, Lera Craven, Daniel Lohr, Jeremy Norton, Cassidy Prince, Abigayle Rowland, Will Smith, Keyrie Whitlock 2nd Grade- … [Read more...]

James Stewart Chapter Welcomes 4 New Members

Pictured above (L-R): Bonnie Baker, Sharon Frost, Pam Rogers, Hollis Crockett, Carla Brown

(Franklin) -- The James Stewart Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to welcome four new members into the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and into our chapter. Mary Wirth was verified by the National Society on May 5th, Sharon Denney Frost and Pam Denney Rogers were both verified by the National Society on August 5th … [Read more...]

Hobo Supper at Glenloch Baptist Church


(Glenloch) -- Join us for the 30th annual Hobo supper at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 29 at Glenloch Baptist Church. Great family fun with hay rides, trunk-or-treat, bounce houses, paint-ball targets, games, and a live band! We would love to see you there! … [Read more...]

James Stewart Chapter NSDAR Announces Good Citizen Award Winner

James Stewart Chapter Regent Carla Brown and the Heard High Class of 2015 DAR Good Citizen Award Winner Cody Norris

(Franklin) -- The James Stewart Chapter National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to announce that Cody Norris has been selected as the DAR Good Citizen Award Recipient by the Heard County Class of 2015. Cody is the son of Allen Norris and Carolyn Olinger, both of Franklin, GA. The student selected as the school’s DAR Good … [Read more...]

NOTICE: Destruction of Special Education Student Records


 NOTIFICATION OF DESTRUCTION OF  SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENT RECORDS  In accordance with state and federal regulations implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), this notice is to inform you of Heard County School System’s intent to destroy personally identifiable information related to special education services maintained on … [Read more...]

Sheriff Ross Henry and Chief Kevin Hannah offer Halloween safety tips

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(Franklin) -- It’s that time of the year for all of our little ghosts and goblins to come out and play. “Next to Christmas, Halloween is one our children’s favorite times of the year. Kids love it!!  They get the chance to dress up and get FREE CANDY!  Chief Hannah and I have discussed different safety issues that we feel are important and we wish to share … [Read more...]

General Election Early Voting Continues


(Franklin) -- Early Voting for the General Election continues through October 31. All early voting will take place in Room #14 of the Heard County Courthouse (Voter Registration Office). For questions regarding the General Election, please call the Voter Registration Office at 706-675-3907 or the Election Superintendent at 706-675-3353. EARLY VOTING … [Read more...]

Fall Book Sale


(Ephesus) -- Ephesus Public Library will be having a Fall Book Sale, running from Thursday, October 23rd through Saturday, November 1st. We'll furnish a bag that you can fill up for $5.00, or you can buy items separately.  Great books - great prices!  Come on out! … [Read more...]

Ephesus Library Book Presentation


(Ephesus) -- On Tuesday, October 21st, at 6:30 p.m., Ms. Cheryl Pollard will be doing a book presentation at Ephesus Public Library. Having published 2 books previously, Ms. Pollard now has her third book ready, Love Lifted Me. This is the story of Fannie Billingsley Cooley Sullivan, a black woman born in the South during the depression. Ms. Pollard will … [Read more...]

Special Olympics Bowling Competition

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HEARD COUNTY SPECIAL OLYMPICS INDOOR WINTER GAMES LOCAL BOWLING COMPETITION AT Junction Lanes in Newnan Tuesday, Nov. 11th 9:45 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. Opening Ceremonies starts at 9:45 and competition begins at 10:00 a.m. Parents, please contact your child’s teacher if you would like to be a chaperone for this event. … [Read more...]