VALDOSTA — Lowndes High School students show their team spirit shortly after the Vikings scored two touchdowns in 45 seconds, taking control of Friday night’s Winnersville Classic game from the Wildcats. Lowndes won, 24-17.
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Subpoena issued in KJ case
U.S. Attorney Michael Moore has issued a subpoena for the hard drives containing the original Jan. 10-11 surveillance videos of the old gym in Lowndes High School where Kendrick Johnson was found lifeless in a rolled-up exercise mat.
Kids share tips on snaring Santa
When children are asked, “If you could catch Santa, how would you do it?” their imaginations run wild. The Times walked around the Valdosta Mall with Jennifer Denham, the marketing assistant at the Mall, to ask kids this very question, and following are their responses.
Arrested school worker had no criminal past with children
A Times investigation into the Valdosta City Schools employee who was charged with multiple counts of child molestation last week revealed that he did not have a criminal record involving children.
Pet adoptions available today
This holiday season while families gather to spend quality time together, there are many four-legged friends searching for a family.
Homeschool day at Reed Bingham State Park
Reed Bingham State Park is pleased to announce that they will be continuing their Homeschool in the Park program this year.
Man identified in train death
Investigators released Thursday the name of the man who was struck and killed by a train early Tuesday morning in Remerton.
Giving Voice to the Past
For 15 years, the Milltown Murals have silently watched as thousands of tourists have visited the artworks bolstered along walls, doors and windows throughout this Lanier County downtown.
Bank offers advice on Target breach
Following retail giant Target’s announcement that about 40 million customer credit and debit card accounts may have been affected by a data breach, local banks advise consumers to take quick action if they feel their financial information has been compromised.
VHS Beta Club named School of Distinction
For 75 years, the Valdosta High School chapter of the National Beta Club has proudly represented the school.
A Jingle Jumble
Catherine Allbritton received an unexpected gift for Christmas — the opportunity to create, write, arrange, cast, direct, choreograph and perform in a play.
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