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The Lost Woods: Chehaw Park’s Haunted Trail

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Tweet  Special to the Journal (Albany, Ga)- This Halloween season, join Chehaw Park as they host “The Lost Woods,” a haunted trail. Tonight and then Oct. 25th-27th, and Oct 29th-Oct 31st, the trail will open at 7:30pm each night.  Tickets are $15.00 per person; you don’t want to miss these fright filled nights of terror.  [...]

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The Federal Government Takes Action on Radon Gas to Prevent Lung Cancer Deaths in 2012. This Week Designated as National Radon Awareness Week.

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Tweet October 15-21 is Federal Radon Action Week; according to The Surgeon General. Health agencies throughout the United States have joined forces to promote awareness of the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers. The American Lung Association, Centers for Disease Control, and National Cancer Institute all agree that radon is a national health problem [...]

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GA and FL Partner For Zero DUI Tolerance on Football Rivalry Weekend

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Tweet Sober Driving PSA Featuring Both State Patrols to Air In The Coming Week   (ATLANTA) It’s been called the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party”, but the tailgating fans of the UGA/Florida game will have one thing in common if they decide to drink and drive. Whether they’re wearing the Dawgs’ red and black or [...]

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Road Closure

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Tweet Beginning Monday, October 22, 2012 through November 9, 2012, the 800 block of 6th Avenue between Harding and Van Buren Street, will be closed to through. traffic While conetruotíon crews make repairs to sanitary sewer linee under the street. Motorists are advised to slow down and use caution while traveling in the area.

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Letter to the Editor: Charter School Aamendment

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Tweet  When I started a public charter school in my hometown of Douglasville 8 years ago, it never occurred to me that what our founding group of teachers was doing would ever be considered in a negative light. In a million years I couldn’t have imagined that the existence of our school and others like [...]

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Butterfly Kisses Fall Play Date

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Tweet   On Sunday,  October 21, 2012, from 12:00pm until 3:00pm, Butterfly Kisses will be providing a picnic lunch for all the families. Just bring your blanket so we can sit under the trees is all you will need. Tour the Melon Patch and take a ride through the Pumpkin Patch. Wear your Halloween Costume [...]

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Albany Shockwave announces the release of their inaugural schedule.

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Tweet     ALBANY, GA – The newly formed American Basketball Association (ABA) expansion team the Albany Shockwave announces the release of their inaugural schedule. The Shockwave will play all regular season home games at the Albany Civic Center. The Shockwave will kick off their season at home against instate rival Savannah Grizzlies on November [...]

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DARTON STATE COLLEGE OFFERS NEW RADIOLOGIC SCIENCE PROGRAM

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Tweet ~ Apply now! Application deadline is November 1. ~   ALBANY – Darton State College now offers an Associate of Science degree in Radiologic Science. The new program is a two-year degree that prepares students for a career as a radiologic technologist. The program application deadline is November 1, 2012.

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Amendment 2 Passage Would Save Tax Dollars

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Tweet Special to the Journa By Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle Throughout Georgia next month, citizens will consider how to vote for candidates from President of the United States down to city leaders. In the midst of all we hear about candidates, some Georgians may not be aware that they will find two constitutional amendments at [...]

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