Sunshot by Michael Hall — Hartwell firefighter Jonathan Miller, from left, Hart County EMT Ronald Dutton, Raisel HM RA, Hart County EMT Ronnie Thompson and Hartwell firefighter Bobby Lewis pose for a photo after talking about the experience when the first responders, including firefighter John Moore and EMT Brian Evans, not pictured, saved HM RA’s life.

How to save a life

Raisel HM/RA embraced a group of first responders like he would his brothers on Sept. 12. He is not related to any of them and until Aug. 8, had never met them. Without them, though, HM/RA wouldn’t have even been there last week, a month after their…

4-H'ers finish 7th place in national competition


The Hart County 4-H Senior Forestry Team competed and placed seventh recently in the National Forestry Invitational at West Virginia University Jackson’s Mill State 4-H Camp and Conference Center n

Grant to bring high-interest books to teens


It has been months of waiting, but Hart County High School Assistant Principal Tracey Stewart finally received word this month her school was chosen out of an application field of thousands of entr

EMS substation nearing completion


The newly constructed Hart County EMS substation in the Crossroads community is nearing completion after months of not being used.

Watercross returns to Tugaloo State Park


They’ll be flying over the water and the water will be flying.

The Pro Watercross Tour will return to Tugaloo State Park near Lavonia July 27-28.

Boat Church


When taking the boat out on the lake, people typically spend their time relaxing, grilling or swimming in the water.

Dogs weather storm


Lightning delays prevented the Hart County High School football team from playing Friday night, and briefly delayed play in the makeup game Saturday night — but the Bulldogs weathered the storm to

Lady Diamond Dogs take out two teams


The Lady Dogs shut down a seventh-inning surge from East Jackson last Thursday on the road to defeat the Eagles 4-3.