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Church Briefs

By   /  September 29, 2009  /  Church Briefs  /   Comments

Tweet Oct. 5, 2009 Pastor Eddie Adams is teaching a new “Victory’s School of Deliverance!” class at 7 p.m. Mondays for six weeks at Victory Tabernacle, 3250 Sylvester Road. The two-hour classes will equip and train the student using Biblical principles and techniques that are both practical and relevant. The $25 registration fee covers the [...]

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The Albany Journal Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-09-27

By   /  September 27, 2009  /  Outlook  /   Comments

Tweet Cindy here — learning about WordPress this weekend in Birmingham so I can add cool gadgets to http://wwwTheAlbanyJournal.com. # City Commission candidate Terry Hart: "This may be the kiss of death, but there is nobody I would rather be endoesed by than the taxpaye … # At taxpayer association meeting # Covering Arthur Williams' [...]

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Prep game of the week: Crisp at Westover

By   /  September 25, 2009  /  Sports  /   Comments

Tweet For the moment, Dougherty County schools rule Region 1-AAA. Last Friday, Monroe knocked of Crisp County, Dougherty beat Worth County and Westover topped Perry placing all three in an early tie for first place in the region. Of course, there are two other squads that might have something to say about that. Defending AAA [...]

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Heritage House Rehab

By   /  September 24, 2009  /  News, Outlook  /   Comments

Tweet First, there was Mayor Willie Adams’ campaign manager Rod Mullice whose taxpayer-financed project went bankrupt. Then, convicted felon Don Buie was hired by City Manager Alfred Lott to, among other things, administer millions of dollars of taxpayer funds. Now, Lott is seeking to taxpayer funds to be awarded to two more businessmen with financial [...]

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Peter Studl says he’ll run for mayor

By   /  September 24, 2009  /  Politics  /   Comments

Tweet Downtown Albany’s most prolific landowner, who aspires to open a prayer museum in the heart of the community, has broadened his vision: He wants to be Albany’s mayor in 2011. Peter Studl, who has recently been seeking to bring a new arena football team to the community should the South Georgia Wildcats or its [...]

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Hostess and Planning Committee for Constitution Week Celebration

By   /  September 24, 2009  /  People  /   Comments

Tweet Hostess and Planning Committee for Constitution Week Celebration sponsored by three Albany, GA, chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution from 11 chapters along with the Sons of the American Revolution gathered on Sept. 19 to celebrate the 222nd anniversary of the U.S. Constitution. Three chapters [...]

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Thinking outside the box

By   /  September 23, 2009  /  News, Tom Knighton  /   Comments

Tweet I’m a big fan of thinking outside the box. Conventional ideas on boosting the local economy not only bore me, but are just really unconvincing to me for the most part. The only type of conventional wisdom that I agree with is the need for manufacturing jobs, and those are hard to get. They’re [...]

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Travelin’ and Tweetin’ with The Bo Henry Band

By   /  September 23, 2009  /  Lifestyle and Entertainment, News  /   Comments

Tweet As a fan of Bo Henry and the motley crew of musicians he assembles, I’ve often wondered what it would be like to travel with the group (www.TheBoHenryBand.com) to one of its out-of-town gigs. So that’s what I did on Saturday. The band started playing at the Sigma Nu fraternity house in Tuscaloosa, Ala., [...]

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Geek Speak: Stamp out annoying software

By   /  September 23, 2009  /  Geek Speak  /   Comments

Tweet Thanks, readers, for your positive feedback about my top five freebies. It was very difficult to get that list down to five, but I will consider all your suggestions for next year’s edition. Just to give you a heads up and a chance to send in your nominations; in January of 2010, I plan [...]

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My challenge: Let’s get real

By   /  September 23, 2009  /  Lon McNeil  /   Comments

Tweet We can banter about our thoughts and suspicions until the cows come home, but at some point, everything in life, including what to do with this city of ours, boils down to what is real. That, if we are smart, is what we act on, and not what we wish were the case. If [...]

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