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Road group feels need for speed
In light of a dwindling funding source and a federal government stalemate, Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s highway funding working group needs to move with a greater sense of urgency, some members say. The...
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Road trip: Gov. Haslam plans 6-week tour to drum ...
... and infrastructure system always ranks at or near the top when compared to the rest of the country," Haslam said in a news release. "We have no transportation debt, and we do a great...
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Albany city leaders finalize funding agreement wi...
... man pleads guilty to meth distribution A man featured on our weekly segment of the Area's Most Wanted in 2012 has been sentenced on drug charges.More >> A man featured on our...
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Athens-Clarke County Library, 2025 Baxter St. This class will explore the resources available to Georgia genealogists for free via GALILEO, an online library portal to authoritative,...
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Charlotte’s recovery – 6 years after recession
CHARLOTTE, NC (Katherine Peralta/ The Charlotte Observer)- The downturn of 2007-2009 was the first time Charlotte custom contracting firm Andrew Roby had to lay off workers in its 60-year history. But...
Read more at WBTV Charlotte
... own transportation; (706) 868-0120 Sizzling Summer The Remedy Band performing as part of the Sizzling Summer Music Series 5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 26, Columbia County Amphitheater, 7022...
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Threat of lawsuit is curious
Group before I’d finished the story was rich indeed. It ranks right up there with the story of the Nicholson City Council passing a “chicken control ordinance” and designating a city worker as...
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Amedisys moving some top executives from Baton Ro...
Amedisys is moving 33 top employees out of its Baton Rouge headquarters to a new office in Nashville, Tennessee, because it needs to expand its capabilities in some areas and the company’s CEO said...
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Georgia: Move Over, Russia. Here Comes China
China, the world's largest economy, has set its eyes on Georgia, a traditional gateway between Asia and Europe, and its investment power could transform the poverty-stricken South Caucasus country's...
Read more at The Moscow Times
NICHOLS William Hilton Jr. - Beloved Cherokee Cou...
Beloved Cherokee County physician and community leader Dr. William Hilton Nichols, Jr., 89, of Canton, died Sunday, July 12, 2015. Funeral services will be held at Canton First United Methodist Church...
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Fairy lights plan for iconic Kiama street
Kiama's historic Collins Street will be treated to a spot of illuminated magic if one Kiama councillor has his way. Iconic area: Taylor Hudson, Robert Stevens and Gavin McClure. Picture: GEORGIA...
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Savannah youth work program participants honored
After weeks of demonstrating their working abilities, participants showed off their singing and dancing skills during performances at a ceremony Wednesday marking their graduation from the Savannah...
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Briefcase, July 23, 2015
Chamber exec graduates from management program Frank Ladd, executive director of the Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce and chairman-elect for the Colorado Chamber of Commerce Executives, recently...
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AND THE QUESTION IS...
... LOGS PLACE BILL CLINTON ON SEX OFFENDERS JET MULTIPLE TIMES" http://www.rt.com/usa/225399-clinton-flight-logs-epstein/ Q 2: WHAT CONTRIBUTION TO THE SEXUAL ETHICS OF AMERICA HAVE...
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Country music festival promoter promises bigger, ...
... next year's festival will be bigger and better than this year's. Bob Durkin, president of Full House Productions, told the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors that he...
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Wind energy industry spun into bat saving effort
Northern long-eared bat. / Photo courtesy of Pete Pattavina, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The Iowa wind energy industry faces a bizarre problem. It is killing bats, and the demise sometimes comes...
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Cypress, Tommy McLain and Don Rich....HoumaToday.comJuly 17, 2015 1:31 PM Big Fun Calendar of Events Today and Saturday – Swamp Pop Music Festival The fundraiser for...
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Can infrastructure needs trump anti-tax instinct?
... to address infrastructure needs. In some states, the taxes hadn't gone up in decades. Tired of waiting for federal transportation dollars, eight states, all but one of them headed by...
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House Speaker Beth Harwell's plan for fixig Tenne...
... As Republican Gov. Bill Haslam seeks to lay the groundwork for new transportation funding, one of his staunchest and most powerful GOP allies in the Legislature, House Speaker Beth Harwell, is...
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RAPE ALLEGATIONS: MEDIA HUNTS BILL COSBY, CELEBRA...
... to do so, and it also refuses to provide any information about Clinton’s mishandling of government records or its failure to disclose to the court it knew Clinton had taken...
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