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The Pike County Times, PO Box 843, Zebulon, Georgia 30295. Click here to donate through PayPal. Becky Watts: Phone # 770-468-7583 editor(@)pikecountytimes.com
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The fifth annual “A Taste of Two Counties” library benefit dance was held Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Kiwanis Event Center (1025 S. Hill St.) in Griffin. Co-sponsored by the Friends group of the J. Joel Edwards Public Library, the dance will feature the big band sounds of the 17-piece Night Train Swing Band and the smooth vocals of frontman, Kevin Arney. Click here for more.

A record number of children of all ages squeezed into the J. Joel Edwards Public Library on Saturday, December 15, in hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. Delightfully surprised by the impressive numbers who still believe in him, Santa provided individual attention and a toy for each child – although he did have to send his elf, Bubba, back to the sleigh several times for more toys. Click here for more.

Late Sunday afternoon a deputy with the Pike County Sheriff's Office alerted fire personnel about a pregnant cow stuck in a ditch in a pasture on Highway 19. Pike County Fire Department (PCFD) personnel responded to a pasture on the property in Meansville around 5 p.m. Click here for more.

On Sunday, 11 November 2018, the Pike County American Legion Family hosted the Pike County Veterans Day Program and 100th Anniversary Celebration of the WWI Armistice at the south side of the Pike County Courthouse Square in Zebulon, Georgia. The Pike County Middle School 8th Grade Band played beautifully, and 12 year old Sara Jones read her essay, "What Veterans Day Means to Me.” Click here for more.

Ms. Romanga “Polly” Johnson of Meansville celebrated 101 years of joyous living on September 9th. Photo courtesy of the Pike Senior Center.