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You are invited at attend the Ribbon Cutting for the New Middle/High School Friday January 30 at 11 a.m. in the cafeteria.


Rockingham still recovering from Jan. 4 tornado

Lynn Barber remains in Memorial Hospital recovering from injuries he received when the home she and her husband Leslie own was hit directly by an F1 tornado. Bacon County made national news as it was the first tornado of 2015. Several other families properties were damaged by the storm, but the Butler's was the only home hit directly.

Tax bills on the way shortly

The delayed tax bills, caused by the countywide re-evaluation of all private property by the Bacon County Assessors Office. Bill Johnson, Bacon County Tax Commissioner said he anticipate gets them to taxpayers by the end of the month.


Welcome to our new sponsors

Ideal Cleaners of Alma, Lonann Sweat, owner and operator

HMS (United Laundry) Services of Alma and Atanta, Jerry Sweat, owner and operator

Dr. Rachael Burke, Pediatics, Offices located in the Primary Medical Care office.


Recreation Department looking to add athletic director

In an effort to increase the programs as the Alma-Bacon County Recreation Department the recreation board is going to hire an athletic director. Board member Tim Loggins told the county commission that he felt not only would it add programs, but would bring additional revenues to the department by adding tournaments during the year..


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