We urge local companies to join us in running payroll deduction campaigns to help the United Way of Walton County.
This woman named Erin spoke at the Loganville’s special meeting last Thursday’s morning. After hearing a report from real estate consultants Haddow & Co., she asked why Loganville couldn’t develop its downtown the way Monroe has.
On Tuesday, the Social Circle Board of Education wrapped up a months-long selection process by hiring Robbie Hooker as the new superintendent for Social Circle City Schools.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump brought cachet to the fight against prescription drug abuse this week with their visit to a conference on the matter in Atlanta.
Since announcing the impending departure of superintendent Todd McGhee and the search for a new superintendent for Social Circle City Schools, the Social Circle Board of Education has been working hard to ensure that search concludes in a prompt and satisfying manner.
Walton County citizens will be losing two great longtime leaders as Walton County Clerk Kathy Trost and Walton County Fire Rescue Chief Mike Moore both call it a day.
It is a note we hit quite often here in the pages of The Walton Tribune, but the tune is worth repeating, again and again: the importance of buying from locally-owned stores and supporting our native businesses.
We understand the temptation to reject any tax measure out of hand at the ballot box, but that would be the wrong approach on the SPLOST issue facing Walton County voters this fall.
On Friday, Social Circle broke ground for the renovation and expansion of the Stanton Memorial Library, a much-needed project which will pay great dividends for the community in the years to come.
Since the roadwork began at the intersection of Highway 78 with Rowe Road and Troy Smith Road, mixed reactions have been the norm for many residents and frequent travelers in the area.
Tariffs levied by the U.S. Department of Commerce on foreign uncoated groundwood paper, which is commonly used as newsprint, are a real problem for community newspapers and the newspaper industry as a whole.
Just a few months ago, when Loganville was working on its budget, the city decided it was more important to hire more employees than to give substantial raises to the ones in place.
- ’Til death
- Death ruled a homicide
- Social Circle won't change Redskins mascot
- COVID-19 sidelines GWA football
- Police still tight-lipped about death investigation
- Jon William Connelly
- Man found dead in home
- BREAKING: GWA game against Union County canceled
- Deputy shoots suspect in Oconee
- Softball Roundup: League leads Lady ’Canes to first win
- Football Previews: Road tripping
- Johnson: Getting used to the new normal
- Softball: Grove wraps up 2 region sweeps
- Cheerleading: Two LHS cheerleaders named All-State
- Middle school football: Warriors fall short in battle of defenses
- Walton EMC named a Water Hero
- Death ruled a homicide
- Making sure each vote is counted