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Lee County Dog Ordinance

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Tweet by Tim Nelson As you are aware the Lee County Board of Commissioners are working to pass a dangerous dog ordinance. I have contacted the Lee County administrator Mr. Rabun, Chairman Rick Muggridge and Commissioner Greg Fritch. Mr. Rabun assured me that the ordinance was not breed specific after his discussion with the county [...]

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By   /  January 19, 2014  /  Lifestyle and Entertainment  /   Comments

Tweet GEORGIA PUBLIC LIBRARY SERVICE TO UNVEIL ONLINE KIDS’ PINES CATALOG AS PART OF CHILDREN’S DAY AT THE CAPITOL ATLANTA — Georgia Public Library Service will officially unveil its new online Kids’ PINES Catalog as part of Children’s Day at the Capitol on Thursday, Jan. 23. The catalog will be used at more than 275 [...]

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RobertCrossMiddleMagnetWinsRegionalAcademicBowl

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1st Row: Scott Dawson, Captain; Taliya Griffin, Co-Captain; Ryan Moore; Yasmine Jones 2nd Row: Will Jones, Ana Paduano, Nigel Jackson, Justin Clements, Hector Grimaldo, DeAnna Reed, Edbonie Benefield
3rd Row: Mr. Scott Dawson, Sr., Mrs. Thelma Chunn, Principal; George Darrisaw; Mauricio Recendez; ShaCamryn Malone; Ethelene Kimber, Coach  Daniels

Tweet Robert Cross Middle Magnet School Academic Bowl Team won its Regional Bowl Competition, Saturday, January 11, 2014 in Americus, Georgia. The competition was hosted by faculty members of Georgia Southwestern State University. Robert Cross was victorious in winning all of their six games. In Game One, Robert Cross beat out Cohn Middle, 150-125. The [...]

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What You Should Know About Acute Heart Failure

By   /  January 19, 2014  /  Lifestyle and Entertainment  /   Comments

Tweet SpecialtotheJournal (StatePoint) It’s easy to be misled by the many misconceptions about heart disease — for example — that it only affects the elderly or those with unhealthy diets. But in reality, every 40 seconds someone in America dies from heart disease, making it a leading cause of death in the country. One of [...]

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Secretary Vilsack Expands StrikeForce Initiative to Address Rural Poverty in Four Additional State

By   /  January 19, 2014  /  Government  /   Comments

Tweet Special to theJournal Targeted efforts now operational in persistent poverty areas in 20 states, including Kentucky, Louisiana, Tennessee and West Virginia PINEVILLE, Kentucky, January 17, 2014—Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack joined Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear and Congressman Hal Rogers today to announce the expansion of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s StrikeForce Initiative into four additional [...]

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