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Florist Matthew Campbell traces his interest in flowers and plants to his childhood, when he began to dream of opening a florist’s shop. Today, he has not only achieved that dream, but expanded it as he opened The People’s Choice, D’Campbell Floral D’Zign Studio II of Warren County in downto…

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The Warren New Tech Knights were given three keys to success in life—be honest, invest in your intellect and improve the world around you—as they prepared to go out into the world during commencement exercises Saturday morning.

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During a special meeting on Friday, the Warren County Board of Education tabled a decision on the future of South Warren Elementary School until its June 25 regular work session, calling for more time to review information related to the matter.

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Warren County pickleball players, most of them from Lake Gaston, dominated Region K Senior Games this spring and earned a number of first- and second-place finishes in singles and doubles action in their age groups. Games were played in the John Graham gym on Wilcox Street in Warrenton.

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I have so many thanks to give for our first Craft Day at The Old Cotton Gin. First, I joked that I guess I asked too many people to pray for sunshine that day because we had sunshine and 100-degree temps.

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You may remember back in January, a 3-year-old boy was lost in the woods for two days in bitterly cold temperatures. It was assumed the child would never survive such frigid weather, as he was not clothed to withstand the cold. By the grace of God, the boy was found unharmed. After extensive…

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Loaves & Fishes Ministries, Inc. is entering its 19th year of ministry to the county. This is a time of reflection and thankfulness. It has been a joy to help meet the needs of families and individuals in this community. However, with such a task comes great responsibility.

In more ways than one, this was a difficult article for me to write. While I sort my feelings out on paper, I am forever grateful to God for keeping me safe in a time of danger; and I am truly sad that in today’s society, school lockdowns and mass shootings are becoming all too common.

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William David Jones, 61, of Macon, died suddenly on Wednesday,…

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Ronald Wilson “Ron” Riggan, 68, of Macon went to be with his L…

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Willie “Ak-Bar” Williams, 68, of Warren County, died Saturday,…

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Mrs. Odell Terry, 73, of Manson, died Monday, June 10, at her …

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Anne Taylor Hilliard, 87, of Macon, passed away Monday, June 1…