Kailey Beth Smith | Community Writer
Despite the snowy surprise that came during the early morning hours of Saturday, artists and makers from across the county and state gathered to sell their handcrafted creations at the 11th annual Holiday Art Sale.
The community once again gathered at Red Clay Brewing Company to hear insight on a special project from a local physicist.
On Tuesday, Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes announced the implementation of Naloxone, a new weapon in the arsenal of the war on drugs.
Hunger and food insecurity are issues sweeping the state, and some local potters have gathered their resources to raise awareness and take steps toward a solution.
The AWF opened its doors on Nov. 14 to community members as churches and local leaders competed for the chance to claim victory for the best chili in Auburn.
More than 2,000 members of the Auburn community turned out on Tuesday night.
Michael Overstreet sat comfortably in a barstool, smiling at all of the people who entered Toomer’s Drugstore late on Friday afternoon.
The Lee County Extension Office, hosts of the Master Gardeners tour in the spring, sponsored the wine tour.
Flannels seem to be the preferred fabric of fall because they are cute, warm, and transitional... not to mention, they can be found for relatively cheap at essentially any market or store in the area.