Rose Ratliff, 84; service held
Rose Catherine Ratliffe, 84, of Plains, Ga., died on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, at Lillian Carter Health and Rehabilitation in Plains. She has family in Carteret County.
Longest American POW recognized at Andersonville National Cemetery
Hundreds of veterans and family members gathered Friday morning to celebrate National POW/MIA recognition day.
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The Catoosa County Historical Society will meet on Monday September 8, 2014 at 7:00 PM at the Old Stone Church Museum. Our guest speaker will be Brad Bennett, the new superintendent of the Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Battlefield.
Erie unit had major role in pivotal Civil War campaign
By September 1864, troops in Erie's 111th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Union Army regiment had been truly battle-tested in the Civil War, having fought at Antietam, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and Chattanooga.
Historian upset over Civil War monument plans
LITTLE VALLEY ? Mark Dunkleman was dumbfounded when he learned Thursday that Cattaraugus County lawmakers appeared ready to proceed with demolition of the county?s Civil War Monument in Little Valley.
Wall honors lives lost in War on Terror
A memorial now stands inside Georgia Southwestern State University in honor of the lives lost in the War on Terror. Several events are being held in Americus and Andersonville to recognize military men and women.
POWs and MIAs honored in Americus
Updated with video; Former prisoners of war and missing soldiers from across the nation are being honored in southwest Georgia.