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Whatcha Say, Albany?

By   /  May 7, 2010  /  WhatCha-Say?  /   Comments

Tweet ALBANY OFFICIALS TREAT THE citizens like mushrooms … keep you in the dark and feed you crap and hope you like it and don’t ask them any questions they will have to answer or explain.

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BRIDGE BUSTERS

By   /  May 7, 2010  /  Community  /   Comments

Tweet PHOTO BY KEVIN HOGENCAMP Ashley Prickett and her fifth-grade classmates in the gifted education program (L.I.F.E. Lab) culminated their bridge unit with the annual “Build’Em and Bust’Em” competition. The course of study involved the history of bridge-building as well as learning the three major classifications of bridges. Students formed construction companies whose task was [...]

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Denying liberty in Albany could invoke challenge

By   /  May 7, 2010  /  Tom Knighton  /   Comments

Tweet Sign ordinances.  Not too long ago, the Albany sign ordinance stirred up a whole mess up throughout the town.  Conversations were heard in restaurants and bars, churches and coffee shops, all discussing the ordinance.  The Albany City Commission made a very public show of putting together a task force to study the issue.  Conveniently, [...]

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Leaning towards Win 7

By   /  May 7, 2010  /  Geek Speak  /   Comments

Tweet Aware as I am that most of my readers are still running Windows XP, I would be remiss in not keeping you up to date on the newer Windows Operating Systems. You will no doubt recall my disdain for Windows Vista from its release and many of you stayed away from that OS even [...]

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Heart attack, stroke targeted

By   /  May 7, 2010  /  Health  /   Comments

Tweet By Carolyn Maschke Learning the signs and symptoms of heart attack and stroke – and calling 911 immediately when they occur – can help reduce death and long-term disability significantly, says Southwest Health District Health Director Dr. Jacqueline Grant. “Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in Georgia, including Southwest Health District’s 14 [...]

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Strive2Thrive

By   /  May 7, 2010  /  Community  /   Comments

Tweet SPECIAL PHOTO Retired Dougherty County Schools Superintendent John Culbreath (right) is among the community volunteers who has committed to working as an “ally” to impoverished families in the Strive2Thrive program.

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