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In the Kitchen with Elaine

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Tweet Friends are remodeling our kitchen, so our house has been a mess since January. It’s looking great, just taking time. Our house looks like the hoarders….all the pots, dishes and other kitchen paraphernalia are in our dining and living rooms. So, needless to say, dinner is a little more complicated than usual! As much [...]

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We’ll See

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Tweet Special to the Journal With a little less than a month of fall practice in the books and a little more than 72 hours until his team kicks off its 2012 season, Paul Johnson believes he has the answers regarding his football team…at least as best as he can have them right now.

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CB/WR Malcolm Mitchell To Miss Opener

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Tweet Special to the Journal Athens – University of Georgia sophomore cornerback/wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell sustained a sprained left ankle during Thursday’s practice and will not play in Saturday’s game against Buffalo in Athens according to head coach Mark Richt.

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DragonCon Day 1: The adventure begins

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Recognize this creature?  It's the "xenomorph" from the Alien franchise.  Don't worry folks, this one is tame.  See the collar?

Tweet Written by Tom Knighton   Some have suggested that Downtown Albany should host a science fiction convention.  Alright, I was the one that suggested it, but a lot of folks have told me that they like the idea.  I threw the idea out there in a column well over two years ago with the [...]

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The Sheriff Speaks: Helpful tips from Dougherty County Sheriff Kevin Sproul

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Tweet   Senior Adults Beware Criminals never seem to sleep or take time off; especially those who target our senior citizens. This year, the Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office Investigation Division has seen a rise in the number cases involving fraud or financial deception against senior adults. In fact, there has been a nationwide increase in [...]

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