Former honor graduate and president of the LCHS Class of 1999 Jameda Hugh Owens will officially be returning to the school as assistant principal in the fall and is honored that her new office is the old office of former principal and mayor Dewaine T. Bell.
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Officials with the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation and the 376 visitors who bought tickets to Saturday’s Expedition had rave reviews about the ‘Buggy to Barnesville’ event.
“We are astonished with the quality of the homes, furnishings and hospitality of the people of Barnesville,” said Georgia Trust president Mark McDonald. “This has been a wonderful event. Barnesville is an undiscovered gem.”
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On Sunday, June 13th, 2016 at approximately 8:18 pm, Monroe County deputies responded to a single vehicle auto accident with injuries on Stoke Store Road in the 3200 block.
When deputies and EMS arrived, it was discovered that a motorcycle being driven by Elmer A. Lundy (56 y/o) of Forsyth had left the roadway while traveling west, went into the ditch, and separated Lundy from his motorcycle. Lundy was pronounced deceased on scene. The investigation into the cause of the accident is ongoing.
Officials with the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation are showcasing Barnesville Saturday, June 11 as they bring members and guests to town for one of its highly popular Expeditions. The theme of the self-guided, day-long tour is Buggy to Barnesville. Over 200 advance tickets have been sold.
Tickets for the tour only are $25 and available at the orientation at the schools’ Fine Arts Center from 8:30-10 a.m. Saturday morning and until noon at the Depot. Other tickets are $50-60 which include lunch and a closing reception. [Full Story »]