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WALB News 10 Archives, February, 2004

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Sunday 2/1/2004

Church opens youth center

Students become published authors

Super food

Man celebrates 99th birthday, 6 generations of family

Monday 2/2/2004

Branch phones home

Chalk of the Town

City of Valdosta sets annual goals

Dawson man killed in wreck

Don't let voting changes confuse you

Educator says Evolution necessary

Fundraising for arts

Guns found in pond

Job shadowing helps students choose careers

Man, dog injured in fire

Mayor loses cancer battle

On-line test helps with primary decision

Parents ask for sports flexibility

Police charge man with home invasion

Southwest Georgia United Way Awards top givers

Toxicgate killed families, Georgia woman says

Welcome to the Woods

Tuesday 2/3/2004

10 Country: Team Re-builds Tracks

Bankrupt hotel under new ownership

Brown bagging ordinance to be continued

Coffee Co.deaths prompt ATV bill

Enforcing dress codes

Family farm becomes a relic of bye-gone days

FSU's Pickett stings Jackets

Mayoral campaign hits sour note

Paper turns 100

Students learn proper dental care

Tifton cancer treatment all in one stop

Truck crashes into ambulance
Ware Co. teacher charged with statutory rape

Monday 2/16/2004

Another day to qualify in Baconton

Chehaw's lemur exhibit to be first of it's kind

Convenience store owners robbed at home

Cordele Judicial Circuit now a test case

Disease Detectives

Drunk driver loses job

Five siblings surrounded by inmates

Historical art on display

Ideas for the future of Radium Springs

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 16, 2004

New company moves to Valdosta

Police help parents protect kids on Internet

Rainfall Gauge

S. Georgia teacher hit and killed by car

School fire ruled arson

Sheriff, Commission face off in Supreme Court

State High School Basketball Pairings

Suspicious fire destroys school

Trojans hire new football coach
WALB correction: Burgin

Tuesday 2/17/2004

10 Country: Shelby Teaches Laura

Albany bridge builder honored at museum

Arsonist sets dorm fire

Barber leaves Clinch County

City changes noise ordinance

City named stormy-ready

Costumes influence actors and audience

Deion Branch ceremonies moved downtown

Farmers showcase hams and eggs

Georgia shoots down Gators

High School students study financial aid

Hooters Tour ready to return to Albany

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 17, 2004

Moultrie-bound seaplane makes emergency landing

New mayor says adjustment going well

Peanut demand is up

Police bust meth dealers

Poll workers training again for next election

Purpose Driven Life

Rainfall Gauge

Sheriff hopes for quick court ruling

Soliday is returning to Turner County

South Georgia city manager resigns

Voters may vote on amendment banning gay marriages




Wednesday 2/18/2004

Albany Dougherty Day puts pressure on projects

Albany native to be regional director of national parks

Astronaut stops in Albany

Changes underway along the Flint

Collins sentence is delayed

First fundraiser for Albany Big Brothers program

Former teacher pleads not guilty to child porn

Gas prices soar in South Georgia

Good Samaritan's co-workers aid cancer battle

Investigators dig for dog remains

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 18, 2004

Man is guilty of smoking in public

Mom pleads guilty

New trucking regulations enforced

Rainfall Gauge

Ruby Tuesday suffers fire damage

State High School Basketball Pairings

Three arrested in school arson case

Woman shot; clings to life


Thursday 2/19/2004

Bridge collapse injures workers

Bridge House renovation to start soon

Chehaw elephants leave for new home

Cracking Cold Cases

Crane falls into river

Fire starters in South Georgia

Grady County may receive state funds

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 19, 2004

Man struck and killed by train

Moody offers support for military families

Police chief quits; GBI investigates

Robbery suspects arrested in Lowndes

Senate committee approves redistricting map

State High School Basketball Pairings

Teenager collapses and dies at school

WALB story will help people see better
Warwick Police Chief Resigns

Friday 2/20/2004

ABAC paper takes first place

Abducted woman found

Arbor Day celebration in Thomasville
ASU teachers claim racism

Cops training to ride ATV's

County may commission landfill study

Deputy fired for campaigning

Family wins $1.8M suit

Heart transplant teen will be buried soon

Kidnapped woman found alive

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 21, 2004

Lottery fever has hit South Georgia

Man arrested for child molestation

Monroe retires Branch's jersey

Nine Finalists up for Monroe job

Pet practice opens under new owner, new name

Recycling program kicks off in Valdosta

Students start their own business

What are those black tubes on the road?




Saturday 2/21/2004

Deion Branch Day in Albany

Drive by shooting in Albany

Fire destroys home in Miller County

Keen leads Dogs to victory

Man dies in police custody

S. Georgians bowl for kids sake

Thomasville man arrested for forgery



Sunday 2/22/2004

Edwards brings campaign to South Georgia

Georgia Pre-schools get top honors

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 22, 2004

Rainfall Gauge

Reuniting with old friends

State High School Basketball Pairings

Teen injured in one car wreck


Monday 2/23/2004

Blazers break from football to give blood

Church buys out "Passion" screenings

City Eyesores remain a problem

City narrows wish list for lobby group

Family Protection Day for Georgians

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 23, 2004

Man is forced to rob restaurant

Man pleads to ID theft

NAACP demands investigation

New Christian School

Printing delays in Albany run-off

Rainfall Gauge

South Georgia voters get close look at Edwards

Students become young Spielbergs

Trailer theft rampage ends

Weather Advisory

Workers prepare stage for Senator Edwards

Tuesday 2/24/2004 

10 Country: Georgia Painting Team

Albany senior honored for his service

Babysitter booked on murder charge

Church sees advance screening of "Passion"

Delays end for Ward 4 advanced voting

Do chicken feed supplements end up in you?

G-8 Summit may jeopardize SWGA security

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 24, 2004

Military dogs get better protection

Mobile home fire caused by heater cord

Motel fire safety

New Dove Season

Rainfall Gauge

SGMC opens cath lab

South Georgia soldiers scheduled to come home

STAR student named at luncheon

State wide smoking ban considered

Sylvester citizens rally against police brutality
Traffic Management Center opens in Valdosta

"The Passion of the Christ "could disturb young people



Wednesday 2/25/2004

Bassham grabs first

Boat ramp construction held up by rainy weather

Cadiovascular program one of few in state

Darton student singing his way to the top

Don't lose your Vacation money

Easter Seals hit with huge tax bill

HOPE scholarship chief says financial stability a must

Kerry campaign comes to town

Lee County High STAR Student honors band director

Lent begins

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 25, 2004

Moultrie Company helps kids escape fire

Not a total washout

Preliminary autopsy shows inmate committed suicide

School wins state reading award

South Georgians observe Ash Wednesday

State South Sectionals Basketball Pairings

"The Passion of the Christ" opens nationwide

Tough stuff

Ward 4 candidates fighting for run-off win

Wildlife invade Albany


Thursday 2/26/2004

Adel business announces closure

Bassham grabs first

Campaign ads hit the airwaves

Cracking down on aggressive drivers

Did a city commission candidate try to reduce the number of black voters?

Gunman, kidnapper sentenced

Lady Knights advance to GISA title game

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 26, 2004

Medical Clinic attacked

Poll shows Kerry with lead in Georgia

Rainfall Gauge

Resource Expo held in Thomasville

South Georgia courthouse needs renovations

South Georgian says Tuesday flag vote worthless

State South Sectionals Basketball Pairings

Students portray African-American heroes

Toxic Water

Tuskegee Airmen visit So. Georgia

Wildlife invade Albany

Win a handmade quilt!

Year long hunting license system more popular


Friday 2/27/2004

Arrested for drugs, charged with burglary

A History of Albany Police being put together

Changes coming soon in math classes

Clinic fire still under investigation

Delegates return from nation's capital

Dogs attack drug agents

Driver loses control of car

Food for Thought

Foreign service members are now American

GBI finishes report on Sylvester police probe

Man dies in early morning wreck

Pedestrian crash hot spots studied

Police standoff ends in murder suicide

Reps cast gay marriage votes

Sheriff retires after 16 years

Students focus on future careers

V.S.U dorm catches fire

What is Sickle Cell Disease?



Saturday 2/28/2004
Cleland campaigns for Kerry

Leaping at the zoo?

Parade celebrates Black History

Teens fast for world hunger






Sunday 2/29/2004
'Bid' benefits art museum

Infant dies in Camilla

Lady Knights clinch title

Local Sports Scoreboard-February 29, 2004

Man mugged at gunpoint

Missing Americus woman found dead

Poll shows Kerry leads in Georgia

Rainfall Gauge

State South Sectionals Basketball Pairings

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