“Today, Veterans Day is a time when we can come together to say thank you the service you provided in order to provide us Americans the freedoms that enjoy today. All of our veterans are very dear to our hearts. We say thank you for serving our country,” said Julianne Lovins as she opened th…

Sporting goggles and cutting through a log with a chainsaw, Governor Brian Kemp dedicated Georgia-Pacific’s new lumber mill in Warrenton Nov. 6.

Four Thomson-McDuffie Middle School students and their families embarked on an educational investment journey Oct. 30 as the eighth graders signed an accountability agreement to receive a college scholarship after high school graduation.

A Thomson war veteran recently received a hero’s welcome at the White House and received a letter from President Donald Trump thanking him for his valiant service during World War II.

A Thomson man was sentenced to 30 years, with 10 to be served in jail after he pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

The scores for college and career readiness of students in the McDuffie School System increased by 72.6 points and the school system is the one of only two in the CSRA to show an increase in the College and Career Ready Performance Index for each school in its school district.

McDuffie County Board of Education members were celebratory during the Oct. 10 meeting when Parrish Construction presented a symbolic big check to return more than $69,000 to the board’s treasury. The check was the result of change orders for the construction costs for the projected $4 milli…

Paceline, an organization that raises funds to help pay for research at  Georgia Cancer Center in Augusta, is already working to further engage the Thomson community in the 2020 benefit event.

The Thomson Police Department is asking residents in Hickory Hills to remain alert and possibly even be able to assist in the investigation of a rash of cars being entered over the past weekend.

A Thomson man is in custody after a verbal altercation ended with the striking of another man with the handle of an ax.

Last week Thomson High School cut the ribbon on its welding lab, which operates as part of the school’s CTAE (Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education) program.

The woman sought in connection with shooting her boyfriend in the face early Oct. 4 turned herself in to law enforcement and has been charged with aggravated assault.