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Farm City Winners Announced

The LaFayette Sun
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By David Owen- Chambers Academy Headmaster For more than 70 years the annual Farm City Week has been observed across America during the week leading up to Thanksgiving. The Chambers County Farm City Committee planned several local events to underscore the interdependence of those who live on farms with those people who live in metropolitan […]

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Landowners Hear Conway Talk About Prescribed Fires

The LaFayette Sun
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On Wednesday, consulting forester Dick Conway spoke to area landowners about using prescribed fire to enhance property income. Conway led guests on a tour of private forest land and shared his expertise about prescribed burning, managing timber, and using drones in forestry. Local landowners Joe Wehby, Cleve Clark, and Gary Hinkle opened their properties to […]

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Humor: Thanksgiving

The LaFayette Sun
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In mulling over the description of the holiday event, it seems to me that GIVINGTHANKS would be more applicable. The idea is to give thanks for the BLESSINGS that you have received. We have kind of gotten away from the original premise that GOD is the true giver. I went down to the local tire […]

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Poinsettia Sale Begins

The LaFayette Sun
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Members of the Future Farmers of America program at Chambers County Career Technical Center have been busy the past few weeks preparing for their annual poinsettia sale, which begins on Monday, November 25. “Last year, the demand exceeded our supply, so we have doubled the inventory this year to 400 plants,” said FFA instructor Jordan […]

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Back in Time: LaFayette Railroad Constructed to Compete With High Priced Competition

The LaFayette Sun
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Citizens in LaFayette were becoming angered by the prices they were being charged for goods being brought into town by the already established railroad line of Central of Georgia. Before the days of the Public Service Commission, railroads were prone to charge what they could get from the public and the Central Line of Georgia […]

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