Chuck Leathers of Aragon is a new member of the American Angus Association®, reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Every year, the Polk County Standard Journal prints letters to Santa we’ve received ahead of Christmas to make sure St. Nick sees them in in time. Thanks to everyone who got their letters in for Santa in time!
(Editor’s note: This is the first of a series of articles focusing on people who typically work behind the scenes of important events in Polk County.)
The 2014 Tour of Homes in Rockmart has been declared a success.
Aragon Florist and Gifts is closing after 15 years, according to Diane Abernathy, owner.
Students of the Month for November at Rockmart Middle School have been announced.
The First United Methodist Church of Rockmart will serve a free community meal beginning at 5 p.m. today, Wednesday, Dec. 10.
A sign posted near the Rockmart Library gives thanks and recognition to volunteers Patricia Guerrero, Jamika Burge and Carl Vancil.
Here are parade winners for the 2014 Christmas Parades in Cedartown and Rockmart late last week.
The Holiday Gift Shop will remain open through Saturday, Dec. 20 at the Rockmart Cultural Arts Center Art Gallery, 316 North Piedmont Avenue.
Home fires are part of the tragedy of the festive holiday season.
The Rockmart-Aragon United Fund needs help since donations are falling short of the expected total.
Christmas is for Kids has helped local children have a brighter holiday season for more than 30 years.
It’s story time at the Rockmart Library at 11 a.m. each Tuesday and children are invited to attend.
Cold weather has arrived and everyone is anticipating the holiday season, including the City of Rockmart’s administrative staff.
The Christmas season is arriving in Polk County this week following tree lightings in Cedartown and Rockmart and the upcoming parades for both cities on Thursday and Friday.
Students at Van Wert Elementary are helping to make a difference this holiday season by helping out with a local food drive for Christmas.
The Rockmart city council has approved a $44,000 contract with Sophicity of Alpharetta following the resignation of Berry Wilson, Information Technology (IT) manager.
Hopes are high for at least one local leader in Polk County that existing relationships with foreign investment will help fill the new spec building.
Aragon officials are hearing good news from Hal Kuhn, financial officer.
Be one of the first to enjoy fine dining at the Knucklehead Café, located at 217 West Elm Street in Rockmart.