Sydney Miranda Clark is a graduate of Loganville High School Class of 2020. She is the daughter of Randy Clark. Sydney will be attending Georgia Gwinnett College and then on to Mercer University.
Haley Bridwell is a graduate of Loganville High School Class of 2020. She is the daughter of Tommy and Jennifer Bridwell. Haley will be attending Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA
Dylan Jackson Coe is a graduate of Loganville High School class of 2020. He is the son of Donnie and Tonya Coe. Dylan will be attending Georgia Southern University and major in Marketing.
“What if …..” Walton Living magazines fall/winter issue published last month. I hope you got the chance to pick up your copy as the stories and photography are without complaint! One, in particular, caught my […]
Barrelle Roofing in Loganville has awarded its first annual scholarship to a deserving graduate from Walton County. The $1,000 scholarship was awarded to Omar Daniels, a 2019 graduate of George Walton Academy. Daniels plans to attend […]
Two Monroe Area High School teachers will get to spend some time this summer studying in the Galapagos Islands, courtesy of the Fund for Teachers. According to Carrie Canton, Director of Communications for the Fund […]
Restaura Health, located at 924 W. Spring Street in Monroe, is a many-faceted health facility serving not only Walton County but the Southeast as well. It was founded in 2010 by Dr. Meribelle Verdiales. “I […]
Walton County has been growing steadily over the years along with their communities with many new businesses of all types coming to the area. One of the newest of these is a unique “boutique,” Lazarus […]
In the past several months, the city of Monroe in Walton County has been blessed with many new faces and new businesses. Most recently, with the opening of “Almost Home Boutique” located at 105 E. […]
Update: Due to the weather, Duke’s Market and Nursery has had to delay the opening until Wednesday or Thursday. Will update with actual date when available. After watching and waiting for several months, Duke’s Market […]
The Spring/Summer issue of Walton Living Magazine 2017 features a story about honey bees. In this issue we are familiarized with a basic understanding of the whys and the wherefores of these incredible little creatures and the […]