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Story Time at Hawkes Library

December 28th, 2016

Story By: Sydney Johnson. Hawkes Library began as a place for the youth in West Point, Georgia to educate themselves. 90 years later, the library has developed into a historical landmark for all ages to enjoy. Related Story: Hawkes Library

Pine Mountain Valley’s Silver Lining

October 1st, 2015

Story By: Taylor Ennis. The vast Oak Mountain ridge blanketed in native pine has peered over the Valley of Hope for more than 80 years. Its vibrant landscape witnessed the growth of a community founded on perseverance and the faith to start over in life and work. Today, a single neon green highway sign marked […]

Backyard Orchards: A Family Farm

June 7th, 2014

Story By: Hannah Donaldson & Casey Whitaker. Some backyards have swing sets and others have sand boxes, but this one is overflowing with more fruit than your grandmother’s Christmas fruitcake. Rows and rows of bright, red strawberries with the greenest leafs shine in the sun. Backyard Orchards, a family farm in Eufaula, Ala., is run […]

Pebble Hill

January 18th, 2014

Story By: Blair Bolton. Auburn University college students drive past the white plantation-like home in their SUVs and cars without any knowledge of what history lays behind the walls of the 166-year-old home less than .7 miles away from the Auburn’s Toomer’s Corner. The house sits back on a hill while the trees along side […]