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How the Elderly can Beat the Heat

Posted: 06/01/2008 - June has now fallen upon us, and with that comes the sweltering summer temperatures. As the thermometer rises it's important for the elderly to take precautions.

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Local Paramedic's Life Remembered

Posted: 06/01/2008 - The main job description for a paramedic is to save lives. But on Sunday, hundreds gathered in Thomasville to honor a paramedic who lost his life.

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Delegate Dilemma: Reactions from Tallahassee Voters

Updated: 06/01/2008 - Saturday night was a nail biter at the Democratic Party Rules meeting. Voters in Florida and Michigan waited anxiously as party officials made a decision that hit home for Tallahassee voters.

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Georgia County Struggles as School Crisis Drags On

Updated: 06/01/2008 - Meredith Cox has no idea where she'll attend high school next year, no idea how out-of-state colleges will treat her and no idea if the school she now attends will even be accredited.

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Another Doctor Leaves Small Town

Updated: 05/31/2008 - A local physician is added to the handful of doctors that has left Taylor County recently.

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Officials Get Ready For More Students In Summer School

Updated: 05/30/2008 - After nearly forty percent of eighth graders in the Peach State failed the math portion of the CRCT, school districts across Georgia are bracing for increased enrollment for summer school classes.

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Bear Killed on I-75

Posted: 05/30/2008 - Bear hit, killed on Interstate 75 in Cobb County.

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Georgia's Peanut Crop is Facing Tough Times

Updated: 05/29/2008 - Americans nationwide have seen the pinch of today's economy in their energy bills and grocery stores. But, one local crop is being seen less and less because of the rising cost of goods.

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