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Things to do Downtown this Week! –ALBANY STATE UNIVERSITY HOMECOMING WEEK!

By   /  October 15, 2013  /  Community  /   Comments

Tweet by Aaron Blair Tuesday, October 15th – 6pm Q&A for Ward 3 Commissioners Candidates: Cheryl Calhoun, BJ Fletcher, and Chris Pike (Ward 3 incumbent) at Our Daily Bread. If you live or work in Ward 3, and has questions for the candidates, please join in. If you are unsure of which ward you’re in, [...]

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EPD to Host Q&A Session and Public Hearing in Albany on Procter and Gamble’s Air Qual

By   /  October 15, 2013  /  Press Releases  /   Comments

Tweet Special to the Journal (ATLANTA – October 15, 2013) – The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) will host a forum Thursday, October 24 in Albany to answer questions and also receive formal comments regarding a modification to Procter and Gamble Product Company’s Air Quality Permit. Procter and Gamble operates a paper products manufacturing plant [...]

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Risky Waters For CoastalHomeowners

By   /  October 15, 2013  /  Buddy Carter  /   Comments

Tweet by State Senator Buddy Carter Question: Which of these three natural risks is the most costly and prevalent in the United States? A) Wildfires B) Tornadoes C) Flooding If you guessed C you are correct. That’s right, of all natural risks, flooding is the most prevalent and causes more monetary damage per year in [...]

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Missouri delays execution after EU threatens to cut off drug sales

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Tweet by Sarah Hurtubise, for The Daily Caller News Foundation Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon will postpone the execution of a convicted murderer due to pressure from the European Union. The state of Missouri was scheduled to execute convicted murderer Allen Nicklasson on October 23 with a lethal dose of propofol, a surgical anesthetic commonly used [...]

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