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News 10 Archives, December, 2003

 

 

Monday 12/1/2003

Erase data from old computers

Group to raffle five houses

Living with AIDS

Man stabbed at Albany restaurant

Million Step Club at Archbold

New Georgia license plates

Parents get detailed school look with online report cards

Radium Springs casino site will have new fence

South Ga. shoppers spend big

South Georgia TV channel unique and fun

State report cards released

Students showcase science projects

Valdosta Fire Dept. gets FEMA grant

Whooping cranes stop in South Georgia

 



 

Tuesday 12/2/2003
10 Country: Charles' Free Meal

Albany Christmas tree goes up

Albany trash bills increasing

Better crops mean better retail sales

Christmas classic gets Southern flavor

Christmas mailing dates released

City may look at bar hours

Consultants looking for ways to save taxpayer money

Future stylist offer cheap haircuts

Habitat Founder honored

Heaters and fire places catch homes on fire

Holiday food drive is underway

Hospital security catches burglar

Late nights may end for bar-goers

National Guardsman thanks his employer

Schools receive grades

Spike in home burglary

Texas to beat Georgia in pecan production?

Valdosta fire chief appointed to state board

Water main breaks in Americus



 

Wednesday 1/3/2004

Academic Bowl buzzing with winners

Albany Post Office has heavy volume holiday mail

Back under center

Counterfeiting arrests made in Atkinson

Day Care workers fired for child cruelty

Floats take up late night time

House burns on Hudson Lane

It's the season for taxes

Johnson breaks out!

Kids get free glasses and eye exams

Law Enforcement chaplain leaves

Preventing underage alcohol sales

Smoking ban in Bainbridge

Valdosta Police officer arrested

 



 

Thursday 12/4/2003

A record setting night

Band, reenactors, city make nice for Christmas

Carlton Family gives college 2 million dollar donation

Jam skating duo gets ready for competition

Lanier escapee found in Lowndes

Marine talks about grim job in Iraq

Milk and Cookies with the mayor

Missing Person 101

Parade generates more controversy

Senators deliver improvement funds

South Georgia groups get federal money

Students star in commercial

Sunday alcohol sales have not increased DUI's

Valdosta proposes smoking ban

Woman's hair catches fire at gas pump



Friday 12/5/2003

Census comes early for South Georgians

Deputy hits and kills pedestrian

Flu hits south Georgia, vaccines running out

Food for Thought

GISA Football AAA All-State Teams

GOP banned from parade, want float in

More women want to become doctors

New water bills to come?

Norma Cohen Silver

Old hospital for sale

Retro toys back in style

Second former nurse surrenders

South Georgians raise money for United Way

Winterfest kicks off in Valdosta




Saturday 12/6/2003

13th Albany Christmas Parade

Parade goes on in the mist of controversy



Sunday 12/7/2003

Hundreds tour Albany homes

Light Safety Tips

Support Group for Military Families

WWII veterans remember Pearl Harbor


 

Monday 12/8/2003
Base made easier to find

Crime is down among college students

Dougherty animal control ordinance finds support

Fall Feather Hunt starts Wednesday

Fungus damages state's pecan crop

Industrial tour showcases businesses

Lights of Love help cancer patients

New housing in downtown Albany

Play park and bridge dedicated

Police search for robbery suspects

Protect yourself from Identity Theft

Purple Hurricane coach fired

Social Security Office moves downtown

Southwest Georgia projects funded

Superintendent turns down higher salary




Tuesday 12/9/2003
10 Country: Sue’s Christmas Retreat

Albany Police give impounded bicycles for needy kids Christmas

Americus teen charged with theft

Bainbridge man charged in toddler death

Berrien drug agents help in international bust

Blakely Councilman on trial

Candidates investigated for buying votes

Chamber Checks: The perfect gift

Christmas tea to benefit students

Dryer fire causes thousands of dollars in damages

Exchangites give to "Shop with a Cop"

Families not satisfied with cemetery repairs

Firefighter calendars make eye-catching Christmas gift

Firefighters test new tool

Flu vaccines giving out

Friend of Dr. MLK, Jr. to visit Albany

Georgia Cares is helping seniors now

Newspaper changing tradition

Seniors helping the community

South Georgians give to WALB-TV food drive

Special Christmas tree helps stray pets

Teen wins in national pageant




Wednesday 12/10/2004

4 year and 5 olds learn about sexual abuse

Americus jewelry store burns

Billion dollar "town" could be reality

Bus monitor fired

Candle starts house fire

Closing arguments in Blakely trial

Cordele couple charged with beating toddler

Davis earns big honor

Day Care Center denies child abuse

DC leaders take animal lovers' advice

Disc Jockey, Marine and their trailer grounded by wind

Don't cry "Wolf!"

Efforts to curb property tax hikes

Fall feathers hunt for new business

Family sends Christmas cheer overseas

Fast Food, the smart way

Foster children need You this Christmas

Hunters get lesson in gun safety

Knight out as Reds coach

Man dies in farm equipment accident

Men sentenced to 70 years in prison

Meth lab bust in Americus

Riverquarium nears completion

Singing carols at the hospital

Volunteers build homes for the holidays

What's on Georgia leader's priority list?


 

Thursday 12/11/2004

Accused murderer indicted

Blakely councilman acquitted

Bogus payroll checks passed

Christmas tree honors deployed Airmen

Feather Hunt draws international interest

Guardsmen train on Guard Fist II

Mt. Zion Church opens newest Boys & Girls Club location

Perdue hunts in south Georgia

Rams dominate All-SIAC honors
”Red Kettle" campaign improving

School board chooses site for school

Title bout!

Veterans check out "Supermarket of Benefits"




Friday 12/12/2003

Albany teens earn CAP award

Colonial mall helps end hunger

Cordele man stabbed

District offices have no more flu vaccinations

Flu vaccine supply exhausted

Food for Thought

Increasing egg prices hurt bakeries

Jackets title hopes fall short

Moody Airmen come home for the holidays

More layoffs in Thomasville

Perdue comes to South Georgia

Self defense in everyday items

Students sing for assisted living residents

Teachers help fight flu

”The Nutcracker" is performed in Cairo

Thomasville professor on Oprah today

Thomasville transforms to Victorian Era

Victorian Christmas in Thomasville


 

Saturday 12/13/2003

Cardinals trade Drew to Atlanta

East Broad convenience store robbed at gun point

Red Devils win rematch

Santa train dots south Georgia

Shopping Spree for Needy Kids

Wildcats whip Westside

 



 

Sunday 12/14/2003

Albany Marine reacts to Hussein's capture

Group raises money to renovate old school

Man charged with murdering girlfriend

Tattoo artist may be world record holder

Teen advocates for disabled

 

 



Monday 12/15/2003

A wish list of Albany projects

Audit reveals bookkeeping blunders

Bikes or Bust sets record

Bishop weighs in on Saddam capture

Commissioners grab razors after anniversary

Dougherty horses quarantined

Finishing strong

Georgia tobacco farmers plan strategy for another cut

Holiday bustle hits post offices

Leash law now has teeth

Man dies in house fire

Mayoral candidates differ on campaign signs

New coffee shop in south Georgia

Peppermint Pops tunes up holiday season

Shop with a Cop

Soldier's family reacts to Saddam capture

South Georgia factory found unsafe

South Georgia man auditions for Idol

Teen Summit helping kids reach goals

T-U's Faulconer wins coach of year honors

Teenager accused of arson

Tobacco farmers need state help

Valdosta yard is a Christmas wonderland

What does Saddam's capture mean politically?
 

 

Tuesday 12/16/2003

10 Country: Woody’s Love Boat

50 million dollar investment goes South

Accused drunk driver injures himself and four others

Airport announces its Wish List

Albany store robbed

Apartment fire spotted by girls

BellSouth eliminates three Southwest Georgia jobs

Caregiver goes to prison

Child molester sentenced

Child pornography ring busted

Cordele circuit indigent defense case begins

Diabetes on the rise

Gas prices up again

Georgia gets more ammunition to fight the flu

Holiday hustle too fast for school zones

Mac Collins comes to Thomasville

More trash talk means slower garbage pick-up

Moultrie man goes to prison for molestation

Night Club, but not bar hours changing

Students may start to feel college budget woes

Tractor trailer overturns

Twin sons serve in Iraq

Two students arrested for hoax shooting report

United Way struggles to meet goal

Woman rides horses across two continents


 

 

Wednesday 12/17/2003

AFD says apartment fire was arson

Albany pilot grounded on anniversary

An angel watches over police officers

Familiar territory

Flu hits Southwest Georgia

Historic theater back on financial track

Hog Eye Christmas Luncheon is a hit

Homeless struggle to keep warm

Live Nativity brings Christmas story to life

Masonic Orders give to needy families

Mayor re-indicted

New restaurant brings 120 jobs to Valdosta

Nurse molests teen

Police release bad check sketch

Salute to Albany military heroes

Selfless gifts pays off for Albany girl

Senator signs best-selling book

Sexual assault investigation at Y.D.C.

Soldier "Home for the Holidays"

The perfect diet

Thefts and robberies on the rise in holidays

Thomas University is looking for a new home

Toy drive to benefit Toys for Tots

Vienna lawsuit dismissed


 

Thursday December 18, 2003

2003 good year for Bobs

Bracelets part of sex game

Businesses sue to halt Albany redevelopment

Election delay costs candidates money

Former Monroe star is an All-American again

Gas prices could increase 10-11% for WG&L customers

Georgia to name new athletic director

Hospital foundation raises money for AED's

Jaguars' Stroud is Hawaii bound

Marines give back to community

Patients need you to give blood

Police chase armed robbery suspects

Pre K students learn about giving

Three new counties added to Albany M.S.A.


 

Friday 12/19/2003

Albany Tomorrow helps some special kids

Businesses react to Valdosta smoking ban

Children's meningitis vaccine scarce

Complaints on District Attorney dismissed

County mapped for GPS

Family bound by duct tape and robbed

First night of Hanukkah begins

Flu effect obvious at local hospital

Food for Thought

Franks Creek Bridge opens

Law enforcement cracks down during holidays

Officer fires at attempted burglars

Operation Zero Tolerance kicks off

River Center Bid Awarded

Shaken baby investigation continues

Teachers, state employees pay hike?

Tift Co. gets $1.2 million in grants

UGA to make history with AD appointment

Wrongly released suspect arrested

 



 

Saturday 12/20/2003

Albany looks to cash in on downtown investment

Camden claims 5-A crown

Hawkinsville runs table

MooDuff contest helps abused children

Rams dominate All-SIAC honors

Rams go out with a bang!

Shop with Cop program rises with the sun

Shoppers scramble for gifts

Teen dies in one-vehicle crash

 


 

Sunday 12/21/2003

A sweet rush for the holiday

Military mother gets early present

Woman celebrates life on Christmas

 


 

Monday 12/22/2003

Celebrating grandparents this Christmas

Cordele woman charged with I.D. theft

Dooly teen dies in ATV wreck

Final Georgia High School Football Poll

Firemen watch fire-retardant product demo

Institute surveys South Georgia men

Kingston shares his trip to Iraq

Photo-Facial" lessens freckles

Soldier's battle continues years after his war ended

Street turns in to holiday wonderland

Terror alert slows travelers

United Way extending campaign

Winter is here

WWII memories returned to soldier's family



Tuesday 12/23/2003

10 Country: Donna’s Big Heart

Albany considers Lobbyist

Albany leaders tackle trash and night clubs

Chambliss talks about terrorist and MCLB

Firefighters feel like kids at Christmas

Investigators puzzled over rash of church break-ins

Mother's love inspires safe haven

Police deliver Christmas presents

Residents turn in drug suspects

Santa makes hospital calls, too

Shellman's Harvey traded

South Georgians collect minutes for Moody

The Fender family's Christmas creations

Valdosta church feeds the hungry

Woman admits to stabbing boyfriend


Wednesday 12/24/2003

Easter eggs become Christmas babies

Greyhound bus checked for bomb

Judge sets date for Albany city elections

Sportsman Restaurant shuts doors

Troopers looking out for holiday traffic

Woman's Bible become bullet proof

Young Albany athlete featured in magazine

 

Thursday 12/25/2003
No News


 

Friday 12/26/2003

Albany's Savage ready for Arena Football season

Atlanta man charged with robbing Meigs bank

Christmas reunion for father and daughter

Infant killed in one-car crash; Police: driver may have been DUI

Lottery is up to $125 Million

New election date may cause low turnout

Recycle your packing peanuts

South Georgia soldier gets send-off... again

 


 

Saturday 12/27/2003

Dealers stress bicycle safety

Empty boxes from the holidays can mean cash in your pocket

Fire destroys family's home

Holiday traffic results in more than a dozen deaths

 


Sunday 12/28/2003

Fire destroys family's holiday

Firefighters battle home fire for three hours

Hispanic church helps new residents

Outreach center not effected by decline in donations

Recycle your tree, receive a new one



 

Monday 12/29/2003

Dealers stress bicycle safety

Empty boxes from the holidays can mean cash in your pocket

Fire destroys family's home

Holiday traffic results in more than a dozen deaths

Local Sports Scoreboard-January 5, 2004


 

Tuesday 12/30/2003

Albany DMVS moving

ASA pilot takes his last flight

Father and daughter sentenced for fraud scheme

Fireworks and New Years,

Flu medications are expensive

Government bans Ephedra

Insurance database finally a reality

Is new training deterring alcohol sales to minors?

Light bulb causes fire

Local Sports Scoreboard-December 30, 2003

S. Georgians prepare for New Year's meal

Soldiers overseas cause blood shortage at home

South all-stars rally to beat North

Two die in alcohol-related crashes

Valdosta police probe arson case

 

 

Wednesday 12/31/2003

Berrien man dies in wreck

Designated driver will save lives and money

Election officials now have new voting map

GSP predicts deadly holiday travel

Hangover cures for New Years

Holidays trigger depression

Horse Rider

Lowndes celebrates economic growth

Police chief resigns

Teen dies after SUV lands on him

Tigers close out year with a win

Weight loss for the New Year

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