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Key to Governor's Mansion could be votes below the 'gnat line'
Candidates in the Georgia gubernatorial race may need to pay special attention to voters in central and southern Georgia.
Water council meets Thursday
A council tasked with working to make sure the faucets don't run dry in the region meets Thursday in Waycross.
Commission sues Lanier sheriff
The Lanier County Board of Commissioners filed a legal suit last week against Sheriff Nick Norton for not staying within his department’s allocated budget.
Woman killed; boyfriend arrested
A 28-year-old woman was found stabbed to death in Echols County Saturday and her 61-year-old boyfriend is charged in the case.
Two candidates vie for attorney general
Two candidates are in the electoral race for Georgia's attorney general to replace Thurbert Baker, who launched an unsuccessful bid for governor.
Independent voters in Georgia courted
Independent voters may prove to be crucial in the upcoming Georgia gubernatorial election.
South Georgia on the lookout for mosquito-borne illnesses
Despite deaths in Florida from cases of mosquito-borne illnesses and four cases of West Nile Virus reported elsewhere in Georgia this year, there have been no problems yet in South Georgia.
Soldier from Valdosta gets television spotlight
A soldier with ties to Valdosta is among those Army Ranger recruits highlighted in an upcoming Discovery Channel program.
Woman shot in head by live-in boyfriend
A woman has been hospitalized following a Saturday night shooting in Valdosta in which her live-in boyfriend has been charged, according to police.
Barnes: Election key to prosperity
Gubernatorial candidate Roy Barnes spoke Saturday at the state Democratic Party Convention in Athens, saying the coming election is crucial to Georgia's prosperity.
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