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Charter School Campaign

Updated: 07/08/2004 - State officials are launching a new effort to get students to leave public schools and sign up for charter schools, private school vouchers or virtual schools that are conducted over the Internet.

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Homeless Complaints

Updated: 07/08/2004 - Businesses along Thomasville Road near Interstate 10 are complaining about homeless people setting up camps in a wooded lot behind their businesses.

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New Skate Park in Works

Updated: 07/08/2004 - Skate boarders in Thomasville may soon have a new facility to call their own.

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Protect Against Diseases

Updated: 07/08/2004 - New numbers show that south Georgia children are among the best protected from dangerous diseases before they start school.

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No Slacking Off

Updated: 07/08/2004 - Just because the summer is still in session for area students, it doesn't mean school leaders are slacking off.

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Music Therapy

Updated: 07/08/2004 - TMH and FSU have a partnership in music therapy.

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Groups Sue Florida Over Voting Machines Rule

Updated: 07/07/2004 - No one wants to think about another election recount, but a new rule by the Department of State prohibits a vote by vote recount on electronic machines.

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Democratic Duo

Updated: 07/07/2004 - The democratic duo of Kerry and Edwards kick off a four-day tour of states that could go either way this November.

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Land Use Regulations

Updated: 07/07/2004 - A new Grady County ordinance is designed to regulate the number of race tracks and service stations going up in the county, among other structures.

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Identity Theft Laws

Updated: 07/07/2004 - New federal laws are now in place to help protect consumers' credit and identity.

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New Valdosta Overpass

Updated: 07/07/2004 - Valdosta is building an overpass to curb traffic congestion.

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Shrimp Ruling

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Local shrimpers are among those in the world shrimp market bracing for a ruling that will give a strong indication if import duties on shrimp from China and Vietnam, and four other countries will be imposed.

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Pavo Curfew Plan

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Pavo City Council is voting on a curfew ordinance at their meeting on Thursday.

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Family Dollar Fire

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Folks in Quitman, Georgia are in shock over the loss of a popular convenience store in their area.

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Dust Mites in Your Home?

Updated: 07/06/2004 - A local allergist says 90 percent of his patients are allergic to dust mites, a problem that is closer to home than you think.

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