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Dougherty County Jail Inmate List April 5 – April 12

By   /  April 18, 2012  /  Dougherty County Jail Inmate List, The Public Record  /  Comments Off

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Tweet     Akins, Shaun Anthony, April 10, prob violation Anderson, Jemont Ramon, April 10, hold for other law enforcement Andrews, Kayson, April 05, contempt of court Bailey, Keyumbra Lashae, April 08, disrupt/interfere w/public school opr., sexual battery Bailey, Robert Lewis, April 10, prob violation Ball, Justin Jontavious, April 06, simple battery Barfield, Amanda Nicole, [...]

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Darton drops to 20th in the NJCAA baseball poll

By   /  April 18, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

Tweet   Written by David Mann   4/11/2012 (ALBANY) – It must have been a long spring break at the NJCAA national office in Colorado. In the bi-weekly poll announced by the NJCAA today, Darton College baseball fell from 12th to 20th, while conference-rival Middle Georgia College – who’s three games behind Darton – moved [...]

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Food Scores

By   /  April 18, 2012  /  The Public Record  /  Comments Off

Tweet     Burger King #1447, 2411 DAWSON ROAD, 31707; April 9; Score: 98; Grade: A Carmike Cinemas, Wynnsong 16, 2823 NOTTINGHAM WAY, 31707; April 12; Score: 95; Grade: A Cracker Barrel, 1114 N. WESTOVER, 31707; April 13; Score: 93; Grade: A CRK Child Development Center, 2103 E. BROAD, 31705; April 12; Score: 100; Grade: [...]

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Obituaries

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Tweet   Dianne Khris James Andrews, 59 Dianne Khris James Andrews, 59 of Fairbanks, Alaska died April 11, 2012 at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be Saturday, April 21 at 2 p.m. at Third Kiokee Baptist Church, Rev. Harold James officiating. Mrs. Andrews will be cremated following the service. A native of Camilla, Georgia, [...]

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The Answer Is; No!

By   /  April 18, 2012  /  Lon McNeil, Opinion  /   Comments

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Tweet     My last column got more than a little attention, by laying a good portion of blame for Albany’s decline, at the feet of former white residents of Albany, now residing in Lee County. It was by design, a broad brush, naive generalization that reflected the long-standing black/white issue here. It was my [...]

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