Editor’s note: The following was first presented as a three-part series in The Carnesville Herald, The Lavonia Times and The Royston Record July 14, 21 and 28, 1966.
ROYSTON – David Pulliam of Royston has made serving others his life’s mission.
By Lisa W. Manus
LAVONIA – The Lavonia Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy is working to clean and repair tombstones and grave sites in the Shoal Creek Church Cemetery, with a focus on those of Confe
LAVONIA – An accident involving two tractor-trailers Thursday on Interstate 85 claimed the life of a Commerce man whose truck caught fire.
By Shane Scoggins
The Love Him Love Them Haitian orphan choir is in the United States.
The choir grew out of a trip to Haiti in 2011 by Love Him Love Them members David and Linda Gunter.
As a freshman, 2016 FCHS graduate KeAndre Morrison told Coach Jason Shaver that his goal was to play college basketball.
This past Friday, Morrison signed a scholarship to play basketball for the Calvary Bible College Warriors.
The former Lion will take the court in Kansas City, Mo., with a familiar face at the helm.
Carnesville’s Tiara Ellis signed a scholarship last Thursday to play basketball for the Brenau University Golden Tigers.
Ellis is a 2016 graduate of Franklin County High School.
FCHS girls assistant Coach Laura Baker described Ellis as a dedicated player who never gives up during a game.
Jeff Davis peered through the fence at baseball players as they spread out to prepare for a game.
He had just received a plaque of appreciation from the Franklin County Lions baseball program, and though the players had just surrounded him for handshakes and hugs on the field, several waved and spoke to him.
“Hey, Big Guy!” Davis called back.
CARNESVILLE – Amanda Lee Myers, 43, of 95 Mayfield Circle in Carnesville, died Nov. 18, 2015, at Regency Hospital in Greenville, S.C.
There will be a private memorial service held by the family in the near future.
Coile-Hall-Spagnoli Funeral Home of Hartwell – chsfuneralhome.com – was in charge of arrangements.