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ATANTA — While a bill reforming migrant worker programs passed in the U.S. House Wednesday, Georgia’s delegation voted along party lines — Republican members unanimously voting no.
ATLANTA — The decennial U.S. Census will determine where more than a trillion dollars of federal funding is doled out across the nation within the next decade and rural communities are at risk of losing their share.
LIVE OAK — With a few days to recover from the bustle of Christmas on the Square, Hillary Cannon summed up the 35th annual arts and crafts festival in one word: smooth.
LIVE OAK — It’s one of the best musical events in North Florida and Ted “TeddyMac Elvis” McMullen’s Christmas with Elvis & Friends is coming to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park this weekend.
DALTON, Ga. — The SPLOST advisory committee delivered recommendations for roughly $44 million in Whitfield County projects Monday night to the county’s Board of Commissioners, who aren’t inclined toward wholesale changes.
TUNNEL HILL, Ga. — For members of Northwest Whitfield High School’s drama department, this year’s one-act play, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” has truly been a dream, as the production earned the school its highest-ever finish (runner-up) at the state finals and Northwest’s first region title in more than 50 years.
DALTON, Ga. — Tariffs imposed on solar power products two years ago have benefited the Greater Dalton area, local officials told the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on Thursday.
DALTON, Ga. — After students in Dalton Public Schools and members of the community offered their entrepreneurial plans in the city's PitchDIA contest earlier this fall, Dalton State College students took their turn at selling business ideas on Wednesday to a panel of judges in Barry Slaymaker's entrepreneurship class.
TALLAHASSEE — Seven Lafayette County 4-H members competed recently in the North Florida Fair Farm Judging competition and one placed first in the state.
Isaiah 43:2, “When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and through the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you; when you walk through fire you shall not be burned, and the flames shall not consume you.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. — While Georgia is embattled in voting rights and voter suppression arguments, the state’s U.S. Representatives stayed with their parties in a crucial vote Friday to restore voter protections.
ATLANTA — The Secretary of State’s office launched a new education campaign to help voters learn the ins and outs of the state’s new voting system.
MOULTRIE, Ga. — Nineteen rural school districts — including Colquitt County — have been selected to receive a stART grant, which can be used to create or expand arts initiatives and programs in schools.
This Week's Circulars
Robert Allen Hughes, 77, passed away on December 8, 2019 in Gainesville, FL following a brief illness. Robert was born June 12, 1942 in Greenville, Florida to Mark Jefford Hughes and Cecila Day Hughes. He attended and was a graduate of Madison County High School before being drafted into the…
Mrs. Evangeline Louise Bell (O'Toole), 86, passed away at North Florida Regional Medical Center after a long illness on Saturday, December 7, 2019. She was a lifelong resident of Day, Florida and Lafayette County, Florida. She was a devout Christian, loved, admired and respected by everyone …
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