August 3, 2017 RSS feed / Personalities

Carol Thomas guest of honor at retirement celebration July 22

Carol Thomas was honored on the occasion of her retirement from Farmers State Bank in Washington at a celebration hosted by her son, Antonio Thomas of Atlanta, and daughter, Latonya Thomas Byrd of Augusta, at The Jockey Club on Saturday, July 22.&nbs More...

Celebrating 91 with first beach trip

Mrs. Essie Mae Walton of Rayle (fifth from left) is surrounded by her family on their vacation to Myrtle Beach, S.C., her first trip to the beach at age 91. More...

Society News Policies

The following policies for wedding write-ups, engagement announcements, birthdays, and other social articles are currently in effect and are strictly observed by The News-Reporter.  More...

Preston Walters celebrates eighth birthday July 15

Preston Walters, son of Lynsey and Josh Stokes, celebrated his eighth birthday on his actual birthday Saturday, July 15, in the Mary Callaway Burton Fel - lowship Hall of First Baptist Church and outside on the playground. More...

Shelby Wall, Joshua Goldman engaged, to wed November 4

Debra and Bobby Wall of Washington announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelby, to Joshua Goldman, son of Debbie Goldman and the late Jesse “Peanut” Goldman Jr., also of Washington.  The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Marg More...

Washington Personal Mention

Linda and Bill Smith, Shelley Warrenfells, Logan Warrenfells, Beth, Jon, and Jonathan Conard, Pauline Bell, Jennifer Cragle of Washington, and Renee Young of Bradley, S.C., have just returned from a week at Daytona Beach, Florida. More...

W-W Historical Foundation meeting to feature Bob Young

Author Bob Young of Augusta will be the guest speaker at the quarterly dinner meeting of the Washington Wilkes Historical Foundation Thursday evening, August 10, at the Woman’s Club.  More...

Ben Wills guest speaker at FUMC Fifth Sunday Night

Ben Wills, (fourth from right) former youth minister at First United Methodist Church, and wife, Sammi, are surrounded by several guys from his youth group when he served in Washington. More...