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ASU expands college access to southwest Georgia residents

By   /  September 10, 2012  /  Education  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Albany State University has developed a plan to support Gov. Nathan Deal’s goal to graduate 250,000 Georgians by 2020. Deal’s statewide initiative entitled “Complete College Georgia” was launched last August and includes all of the state’s public higher education institutions.  ASU’s plan will increase retention and graduation rates; and improve the midterm and final [...]

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Hamster smoothie, reality TV and Olympic speed-walking

By   /  September 10, 2012  /  Brett Buckner  /  Comments Off

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Tweet There are certain terms that simply don’t belong together: Hamster smoothie, reality TV, Olympic speed-walking, and after a recent weekend, I’m gonna add another to this Resume of the Ludacris – relaxing with kids at the beach.

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LOVE IS INCONVENIENT

By   /  September 10, 2012  /  Faith, Rev. Hood  /  Comments Off

Keith Hood

Tweet I’m just being thankful for the love He has for me and my family. Think of some one who would like to hear from you. Give them a call. Think of some one from whom you’d like to hear. Give them a call. They may just need for you to take the initiative. Be [...]

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Home invasion leaves three injured

By   /  September 10, 2012  /  Crime  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff Reports A late night home invasion left three out of four people inside the home injured, one requiring treatment by EMS.  Reportedly, two men in all black wearing masks forced their way into a home at 1010 9th Street just before 1 am this morning.  Both men are reported to be armed.  They [...]

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Hostility To Social Conservative Values Is Democrats Major Barrier To Majority In Georgia

By   /  September 10, 2012  /  Charlie Harper  /  Comments Off

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Tweet   The Democratic National Convention is over, and Georgia’s delegates are making their way home from Charlotte.  They return likely energized to support the re-election of President Obama, but to a state that is most likely going to remain solidly in Republican hands for this election, and likely the next few.  Whether and when [...]

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