VALDOSTA – The Lowndes County Commission met for its bimonthly work session Monday morning to discuss matters before the regular meeting Tuesday.

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VALDOSTA – Valdosta State University celebrated homecoming with its annual parade Friday.

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VALDOSTA— The YMCA hosted its 30th annual golf tournament recently at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club.

VALDOSTA – Tiffany Linkswiler is happy.

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VALDOSTA — A storm system that sent a tornado tearing through Dallas during the weekend is expected to move through South Georgia Monday night and Tuesday morning, according to forecasters.

ATLANTA – Georgia Public Service Commission staffers are pushing back on a steep rate increase that Georgia Power had requested start as soon as January.

VALDOSTA – Friends of the Library Ye Olde Book and Collectibles Sale is scheduled later this week for Community Room #3, Willis L. Miller Library, 2906 Julia Drive. 

VALDOSTA – The Southern Georgia Regional Commission is seeking public input on possible transportation projects for the Valdosta-Lowndes 2045 long-range transportation plan. 

VALDOSTA — The industrial systems technology programs on the Valdosta and Coffee campuses of Wiregrass Georgia Technical College received equipment donations from MC Electrical Services, valued at about $7,500 for both campuses. 

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HAHIRA – While Valdosta was happily hosting the Special Olympics Fall Games, 10 athletes from Jacobs’ Ladder were headed to Gainesville for the state horse show earlier this month.

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FORT STEWART, Ga. (AP) — U.S. Army officials say three soldiers were killed and three others were injured when the armored vehicle they were riding in rolled over into water during training at Fort Stewart in Georgia.

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VALDOSTA – A clash will soon transpire during a buggy war pitting community members, businesses and agencies against one another. 

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VALDOSTA – They leapt, they jumped and they swung high up to the sky – well, not exactly the sky, but the little visitors at Recoil did catch some air recently. 

“All things are created twice. First mentally, then physically. The key to creativity is to begin with the end in mind, with a vision and a blueprint of the desired result.” – Stephen Covey

Joe Hill writes what might be the ultimate introduction to a short-story collection.

Miguel de Cervantes wrote one of the earliest and most influential novels of all time.

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VALDOSTA — Hundreds arrived at Riverview Memorial Garden Friday to mourn the loss of a man many of them had never met.

ADEL — Adel Downtown Days has been cancelled Saturday due to forecasts of heavy rain, according to organizers.

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VALDOSTA – In its 35 years, Lowndes Associated Ministries to People has seen quite a few changes.

VALDOSTA – The South Georgia Buddy Walk has been postponed due to inclement weather, organizers said Friday. 

VALDOSTA –– With the threat of inclement weather forecast for much of the day Saturday, Valdosta State University officials have moved the 2019 homecoming game against Florida Tech to 7 p.m. Saturday at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium.

HAHIRA – A free movie event scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 19, is postponed due to chances of inclement weather, according to organizers. 

VALDOSTA – The Blues Legacy Showcase will come to Ashley Street Station 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19.

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VALDOSTA – With the threat of inclement weather forecast for much of the day Saturday, Valdosta State University officials have moved the 2019 homecoming game against Florida Tech to 7 p.m. Saturday at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium. The game was originally scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday, but because…

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VALDOSTA – Southern Circuit Judge James Tunison swore in nine new officers with the Valdosta Police Department Thursday morning –  a record number for the department.

VALDOSTA – Every year, St. John the Evangelist Catholic School welcomes racers and walkers of all levels to join one of the largest racing events in the area. 

VALDOSTA – South Georgia Medical Center Care Share committee presented Michael Smith, executive director of the Greater Valdosta United Way, with $62,895. 

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VALDOSTA – The 9th Annual Skillet Festival has been cancelled due to inclement weather, organizers announced Friday morning. 

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VALDOSTA — Due to the threat of inclement weather from what is likely to become Tropical Storm Nestor, Valdosta State University has rescheduled its Beach Bash Homecoming parade for 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, according to a release from the university. The parade was originally scheduled for Sa…

DASHER – Several Georgia Christian School students recently competed in the GAPPS Middle School Academic Day Region Competition hosted by Sherwood Christian Academy in Albany. 

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ATLANTA — Lawmakers are weighing the pros and cons of legalized gambling, but ultimately, it’s up to voters to decide.

VALDOSTA – Georgia Beer Company, 109 S. Briggs St., was selected as Keep Lowndes/Valdosta Beautiful and Valdosta Junior Woman’s Club’s Beautiful Business for September for its efforts in beautification, litter prevention and building maintenance. 

VALDOSTA – Due to the threat of inclement weather from what is likely to become Tropical Storm Nestor, Valdosta State University has rescheduled its Beach Bash Homecoming parade for 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18. 

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