A ribbon cutting for a monument honoring the military branches and their core values was held Monday afternoon in Freedom Park. Marty Haythorn, lead artist, spoke about what the monument means to him during the ribbon cutting. 

The Ladies Council sponsors the Fourth Annual Fashion Show and Dinner Friday, Nov. 2, at the Forrest Park Church of Christ. Proceeds benefited the Georgia Bible Camp.

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger talks the new voting system in Paulding County on Nov. 5.

Dr. Richard Carvajal, president of Valdosta State University, speaks at the opening for the Copeland African American Museum Friday, Nov. 1. The museum was founded by attorney Roy Copeland and his wife, Cheryl Copeland. 

Moody Air Force Base hosts the bi-annual Thunder Over South Georgia Saturday, Nov. 2, and Sunday, Nov. 3, featuring the Wings of Blue, the U.S. Navy Blue Angels and more. 

Josh Braun lining up in the backfield helps power Suwannee's 300-plus yard rushing game against Godby.

On a decisive 4th-and-2 for Valdosta State, quarterback Rogan Wells takes off and scores the go-ahead touchdown against North Greenville with 49 seconds left. The Blazers defeated the Crusaders 20-15 on Saturday.

President Trump described the impeachment inquiry as “a lynching”. Ali Velshi has a history lesson for him. Aired on 10/22/19.

Lowndes Associated Ministries to People hosts an open house late Tuesday morning when resources were provided to residents. 

Lowndes Associated Ministries to People is hosting an open house 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, at its shelter, 714 Charlton St. Yurshema Flanders, interim shelter director, gives a tour of the facility.

Firefighters battled a trailer blaze in Adel Sunday.

Reginald Rainge, lead educator at the Department of Juvenile Justice, leads the dialogue about gang presence in the community during the When Leaders Meet Summit 2.0 held at Valdosta State University Thursday. Part of the discussion was the reasoning behind kids joining gangs. 

Home Builders Association Golf Tournament honors the late Stuart Mullis, former executive director of the Valdosta-Lowndes Habitat for Humanity, Thursday afternoon at Stone Creek Golf Club. Family and friends spoke of Mullis before the players teed off. 

Residents attend a protest advocating for action on climate change. The protest took place at the corner of East Brookwood Drive and North Patterson Street. It was one of several nationwide rallies.

A Valdosta State University class is making dresses for little girls in Africa in hopes to make a huge impact. Prof. Chalise Ludlow expressed an interest in introducing the project to the local community.

Pam Tebow, author and mother of Heisman winner Tim Tebow, speaks at the Changing Lives dinner hosted by Lowndes Associated Ministries to People recently. 

Rev. Mike Davis, chaplain for the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office, speaks about four deputies that died in the line of duty during a tribute ceremony. At the ceremony, a monument was unveiled that honors the deputies. 

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