He’s been around the world and back again from broadcasting in Pittsburg to hang gliding in Costa Rica. Sensational radio personality Jack Wheeler has once again found his home in Barnesville after working as a talk show host at the nation’s first radio station and acquainting himself with some of the nation’s finest celebrities from Frank Sinatra Jr. to Lucy Arnaz and Charles Schultz. [Full Story »]
In the late 1990s, Habitat for Humanity built a house on Mill Street and six houses on Cherry Street. The families who received the first two homes, and put “sweat equity” into them during the building process, are still living there. [Full Story »]
1 box lemon cake mix
1 pkg (3.4 oz) instant vanilla pudding mix
4 large eggs
1¼ cups sour cream (I actually didn’t have quite enough sour cream so I used half sour cream/half vanilla yogurt and it worked great!)
½ cup milk [Full Story »]
Barnesville’s Devin Goddard, who is known by many as Tinn Man, has signed a record deal with a major hip hop studio in Nashville. His album ‘Till the Wheels Fall Off’ will be released June 10.
Goddard gained a love for hip hop when he was 14 after listening to the group CWB. Shortly after discovering CWB, Goddard began free-styling and winning rap battles. Soon he became recognized as Tinn Man. Goddard and his family have a tradition of watching ‘The Wizard of Oz’ together and he was always intrigued by the Tin Man character.
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Locals who want to tour 11 historic homes with the Georgia Trust Expedition: Buggy Through Barnesville on Saturday, June 11 may register online or the morning of the event for $25. The ticket will not include lunch or the closing reception which Trust members and guests will buy for $50-60.
The event is expected to bring 175-350 guests to town, most who are interested in the community’s historic resources.
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