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In the special Best of Walton magazine, we will announce the winners of our annual Readers’ Choice contest, in which thousands of our readers voted for their favorites in 177 different categories this year.

Preparations are already underway at The Walton Tribune for Visions, our annual in-depth look at the community publishing in April. We want you to be an important part of those preparations.

Surprisingly, I’ve had a lot more people ask me what Brian Kemp was thinking on his Senate appointment than what Kevin Little was thinking about not running again.

It was about this time last year I told readers about all the wonderful events being planned for the celebration of Walton County’s Bicentennial in 2018.

Early voting in the general election begins Monday, and the vast majority of the contested races on the ballot this fall involve statewide or district races rather than local races.

Your United Way of Walton County is a local organization. Let me say that again:Your United Way of Walton County is a local organization.

Gridiron Guide, our 68-page preview of local high school and college football, hits the streets Wednesday. In it, we're looking at how coaches build programs to last.

It’s hard to believe it has been three years since the first Mass was held at the new location of St. Anna’s Catholic Church.

Through my various writings, most of you have gotten to know my mother, Anna Graham, pretty well by now, but you are probably less familiar with my dad, Dr. William Hardin Graham.

Monroe Mayor John Howard delivered a “state of the city” address while speaking at the Rotary Club of Monroe’s regular meeting Monday at the Monroe Golf & Country Club.

By now, all of you have probably heard about the trade war President Donald Trump has begun in an effort to restore the country’s competitive advantage with its foreign trading partners.

For 118 years, subscribers of The Walton Tribune have gone to the end of their driveways to hunt for the most recent edition of the newspaper.

Remember all those changes to the tax code President Donald Trump proposed and members of Congress approved to lower the tax burden on Americans and their businesses?

Publisher’s Note: The following is the personal response Owner and Publisher Patrick Graham sent to Roy Roberts Sr. after receiving the letter published today on Page A5.

Preparations are already underway at The Walton Tribune for Visions, our annual in-depth look at the progress being made in different aspects of the community both now and in the future, publishing in April.

What a start to 2018, with new public officials galore taking office across Walton County’s municipalities, the heartbreak for the Georgia Bulldogs in the college football national title game, and the Falcons keeping the hopes of state football fans alive with a second straight run in the playoffs.