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VDT Weekend Update
News Reporter Kristin Finney speaks with Susan Grooms, gardening columnist for The Valdosta Daily Times, about her tips for summer gardening. For more information about gardening look out for Susan Grooms' column every Sunday in Homefront.
Lake Park residents included in fraud indictment
A federal grand jury couldn’t dismiss all of the prosecution’s evidence against a pair of Lake Park residents and a Florida man who have been indicted in a fraud case.
The Marvelous Wonderettes
In the 1950s, four girls prepare to attend their high school prom. Ten years later, in the 1960s, these four women gather again, this time for their high school reunion.
New Wiregrass president has big plans for success
Dr. Tina Anderson was appointed as the new Wiregrass Georgia Technical College President on June 6. She was chosen and appointed by Commissioner Ron Jackson after a unanimous vote by the state board during its monthly meeting at the TCSG headquarters.
Want to be a Scene model?
If you are interested in modeling for the Valdosta Scene magazine, make plans to visit between 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, June 15, the 201 N. Troup St., office of The Valdosta Daily Times.
Lowndes Canning Plant open for summer
Lowndes County Schools food processing center and canning plant is open for business.
City tightens its belt
The Valdosta City Council and department heads for the City of Valdosta met Tuesday and Wednesday evening to work through the FY 2014 budget, which City Council will decide during its June 20 regular session.
Deputy Clerk juggles accounts, clients
Barbara Crittenden, Chief Deputy Clerk for the Clerk of the Lowndes County Superior Court, is more than just an accountant or a bookkeeper; she is a woman with a flair for empathy.
Animal shelter suffers over-crowding
Since June 1 of this year, meaning in the last 11 days, more than 260 animals have been brought into the Lowndes County Animal Shelter.
Citizens not giving up on trash issue
More citizens than could be heard in the allotted 15 minutes Tuesday night had requested to speak before the Lowndes County Board of Commissioners about the ongoing trash debate.
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