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Vintage Albany

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Tweet The Albany Journal publishes historic Albany photographs each week. These photos and hundreds more can be found on the “Vintage Albany” page on Facebook. Pictured is a 1951-52 class at McIntosh School and, curiously, a dog. Pictured are, from left, from row: Lynette Carson, Sandra L. Miller, Sandra Holloway, Sandra Wray, Dot Miller, Josephine Cole, [...]

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Kiwanis Program fron November 1

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Tweet In the first of a series of programs on different health-care facets in the Albany area, the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County heard November 2 from the CEO of a community-based health service provider. Tary Brown, chief executive officer of Albany Area Primary Health Care, Inc., (AAPHC) spoke to the club about the services [...]

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Package store vote: Commission chose people over money

By   /  November 5, 2010  /  Leon Modeste  /   Comments

Tweet On October 26, 2010, more than 200 people packed the City Commission’s nightly meeting to voice their opinion concerning the controversial application for a liquor license permit in East Albany Commissioners Hubbard, Howard, Mariette and Postell should be commended for voting to deny the request. Their vote with the community was invaluable.

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Inside Albany

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Tweet Buster gets his ball back As if hitting a home run and catching the final out in a victorious World Series during your rookie year isn’t enough, Leesburg’s Buster Posey’s wonderful inaugural season ended splendidly: He got his home run ball back. And it didn’t cost the San Francisco Giants’ catcher an arm and [...]

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Emotional Stress

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Tweet Written by Bubba Ivey As I read more about coaches having heart attacks, anxiety attacks and stress build up, I wonder is it worth it? Is it worth the health risks and the aggravation from players, opponents, fans and parents to coach? Is it worth the endless hours of preparation for games and practices? [...]

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Love and forgiveness

By   /  November 5, 2010  /  Rev. Andrew  /   Comments

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Tweet At that point Peter got up the nerve to ask, “Master, how many times do I forgive a brother or sister who hurts me? Seven?” Jesus replied, “Seven! Hardly. Try seventy times seven.” – Matthew 18:21-22 (The Message) Have you had to forgive one person a lot of times? How hard was it? What [...]

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