Back in business

Posted on 16 April 2014

  Nicole Nichols By Powell Cobb Reporter Bainbridge is a town rooted deep with tradition. That’s one of the reasons why native Nicole Nichols decided to move back after graduating from Auburn in 2007. She wanted to live in a place where people knew her name and cared about her. She realized there wasn’t a […]

Forever a librarian

Posted on 16 April 2014

Catherine the Librarian By CAROLYN IAMON News Writer Catherine Vanstone is not your stereotypical librarian, but a very imaginative, animated, creative and often playful person. She is employed as assistant librarian at the Gilbert H. Gragg Library in Bainbridge — a job she loves. She is in charge of keeping all the technology up-to-date and […]

Jill of all trades

Posted on 16 April 2014

Story by Ashley Johnson Jessica Allen felt like she fell flat when she landed back in Bainbridge permanently and unexpected. After more than a decade of life in Nashville, Allen was headed for a fellowship overseas. A creative mind with an entrepreneurial spirit, Allen was ready for a challenge and the next big adventure at […]

Love for agriculture

Posted on 16 April 2014

Lindsay Hayes By Powell Cobb Reporter There are people who love inspiring youth, and there are people who have a passion for it. Lindsey Hayes, agriculture extension agent for Decatur County, is an example of the passionate side. She leads the charge for agriculture programming in Decatur County schools, particularly the 4-H development program, helping […]

Ready to jump in

Posted on 16 April 2014

    Maggie Rentz Smith By CAROLYN IAMON News Writer Maggie Rentz Smith and her husband Greg, the town’s newest law team, are finding their lives to be quite a bit different after they decided to curtail their business associations in Atlanta and move back to Maggie’s hometown of Bainbridge a year ago. Smith, who […]

Events

Relay for Life 2013

Relay for Life 2013

Posted on 29 May 2013

Food and Recipes

Pick a crepe filling

Pick a crepe filling

Posted on 16 April 2014

Crepes originated from the northwestern part of France hundreds of years ago. Crepe is a French word meaning, pancake. While traditional crepes are very different and made from buckwheat, the more common crepe as we know it today is very similar to our pancakes we know today. But crepes can be described as thinner, less […]

Outdoors

Here today, gone tomorrow — Daylilies are popular plants

Here today, gone tomorrow — Daylilies are popular plants

Posted on 29 May 2013

By JUSTIN SCHUVER Managing Editor It’s one of the most popular gardening plants in the world, despite only have a bloom that lasts no more than 24 hours. The daylily, which is scientifically in the Hemerocallis genus, is an extremely diverse plant that comes in a variety of colors and shapes. Its English name comes […]

Youth

Prom 2013

Prom 2013

Posted on 29 May 2013

Health and Fitness

Zumba — a fitness ‘dance party’ uniting the world

Zumba — a fitness ‘dance party’ uniting the world

Posted on 19 September 2012

By BRENNAN LEATHERS News Writer Perhaps the most popular new workout program is something called Zumba — if you’ve never heard of it before, it sounds like it might be a kind of Latin dance, but that’s just scratching the surface of what has become a worldwide fitness phenomenon. Zumba defies almost any program that has […]


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Winter 2013

Winter 2013