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FRONT PAGE

Chatt. Co. Sheriff's Office has very busy period
(Kidnapping, Battery, Stolen Vehicle, Threats, Shoplifting)
Westville's Wells House is big part of Marion Co. History
Catching Greatness: MCHS has best Class A record this decade
Area 6th Grade Test Scores
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Page 2

No. 4 ranked Marion downs 'ChattCo' 41-8
No. 8 ranked Schley crushes Calhoun 48-6
Ads: Anthony Murray for Mayor, Performance Academy,
Phoebe - Men's Health Fair

 

Page 3
Schley's Minter battles on 'Big Stage' against Nebraska
Many locals start college journey at GSW
Schley Co. Senior Citizens New Sign
Swagga & Lace reminds parents about Teen Depression
Marion Co. Public Library plans 'Little House' series
BV Council postpones meeting
Conservation District meeting to be held in Buena Vista
New Temporary Location for Schley Adult Ed/GED
Ads: Watson-Tante Funeral Home & Watson-Giddens Funeral Home,
K's Salon, Phoenix Fitness, Mauk Country Store - Fish Fry,
Ehrlich Pest Control, Murray Landscaping

Page 4
The Bloody Truth about US Immigration Policy
The Booing of Andrew Luck
Between Virus and Varmint
The Martians Are Coming!
Political Cartoons

 

Page 5
Marion Co. Jail Log
Schley wins 2 huge softball games over region foes
Marion beats Crawford, falls to rival Schley
Stewart Co. loses shootout with Glascock
Candidates for BV and Ellaville Offices
USDA, GNAP in Webster County
Pregnant and need help?
Ads: Newspaper Subscriptions , Partners Propane, Nutrien Ad Solutions,
Chatt. Co. Grand Jury, Surplus Equipment for Sale

Page 6
Chattahoochee County High School Football Team Spotlight
Young ChattCo Panthers plan to keep working,
improve each week, and finish the season strong

Page 7

Local Church News
Ads: Church of Christ,

Page 8
Schley, Marion compete in Stratford XC Invitational
(Williams, Howard, Starr all earn medals)
Several local runners are in State XC Top Top
Davis is new Chairman of SGTC Board
LK Moss Elementary News
Free GED Classes offered in Buena Vista
Crime (continued from Page 1)
Ads: Online Photos from The Journal, Murray Landscaping,
American Standard Walk-In Bath Tubs, Archie's Heat & Air

Page 9
Chatt. Co. Public Library Summer Reading Program Winners
Dove Season opens this Saturday
Amazing Georgia coloring book features all counties
Ga. Collegiate Queen visits Stewart County
Dynasty (continued from Page 1)
Punt, Pass, & Kick Camp set at MCHS
Crossword Puzzle Solution
Ads: Schley BOE, Electric Wholesale Supply, Chatt. BOE

Page 10
Legal Notices

Page 11
Legal Notices

Page 12
Legal Notices

Page 13
Legal Notices
Marion Co. Public Library to host Genealogy Classes
MMS defeats Greenville
Foster Care Support needs help
Top 10 Class A High School Football Teams
Wildcats (continued from Page 2)
MvC (continued from Page 2)
Ads: Marion Co. Farm Bureau Offensive Player of Week
Southern Harvest Defensive Player of Week

Page 14
Chattahoochee County High Softball Team Spotlight
Lady Panthers return to region competiton and
hope to lay foundation for 'something special'

Page 15
Reading Counts at Marion Co. Middle School
Think Membership in American Legion Doesn't Count?
Help your child stregthen social skills
Historical Society plans Auction in Ellaville
Wells House (continued from Page 1)
Scores (continued from Page 1)

Page 16
Strike Up the Band(s)!
Classified Ads
Crossword Puzzle
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Broadmoor Realty, AIM, Allied Land and Timber, Boat Angel

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