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WALB News 10 Archives, September 2005

Thursday 9/1/2005

10 Country: The Chicken House

A hidden danger found inside flooded homes

Albany prays, ramps up relief effort

American Red Cross Shelter home for two dozen

Americus attorney appointed deputy executive council

Colquitt shooting update

Cops out in force for Labor Day

Dougherty Schools open to evacuees

Dummy cop slows speeders

Frazier glad to be home

Georgia Guard deployed to Gulf

Governor: Gougers, you've been warned

GSGA golfers raise money for Katrina victims

Habitat gears up for Katrina recovery work

Holle leads by two after two

Katrina evacuees wait for word

Law enforcers check gas stations for price gouging

Lawmakers crack down on gouging

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 1st)

Man killed in shooting

Moody helps with hurricane rescue efforts

Officials urge boating safety

Phoebe buys old Byne Baptist Church and school

Rumors produce panic gas buying

South Georgia company helps Biloxi TV Station

South Georgia paramedics return with tales of destruction

T'ville feeds Katrina victims
WALB news team in Mississippi

 

 

 

Friday 9/2/2005

Adventure Parks offer free admission to hurricane victims

Albany Red Cross shelter home for two dozen

Chamber of Commerce Info

Coca-Cola issues employee alert

DHR update on food stamps for hurricane evacuees

Food for Thought

Georgia Department of Labor aids Katrina victims

Georgia’s Response to Hurricane Katrina

Governor suspends Georgia gas tax

Habitat gears up for Katrina recovery work

High School Football Scoreboard-September 2nd

Kelly Services offers evacuees jobs

Radiothon focuses on disaster relief, future of station

Salvation Army holds relief drive

Sappington makes GSGA history

Southwest Health District to assist evacuees

Want to help hurricane families here?

 

 

 

Saturday 9/3/2005
Car dealership organizes relief effort

Healing Field to remember war victims

Infant's body found on creek bank

Inmate dies in jail

South Georgians answer Red Cross call

 

 

 

Sunday 9/4/2005

Bell South priority, fix cell towers

Biloxi strip looks devastated

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 1st)

Meals prepared for evacuees

Mississippi evacuees find shelter in South Georgia

One man's effort sends bottled water to Katrina victims

Red Cross trains relief volunteers

Roadside donations for Katrina victims

South Georgia Doctors take supplies to MS

Tournament brings big money to S. Ga.

 

 

 

Monday 9/5/2005

Deadly holiday weekend

Dogwoods dying in South Georgia

Evacuees treated to Labor Day barbecue

Gas Gougers

Govt. ready to help hurricane victims

More evacuees coming to Norman Park

Out-of-town plans cancelled by Katrina

Rainfall Gauge

S. Ga. soldiers head to Mississippi

School supplies for storm evacuees

South Georgia church to open new shelter at old base

Thomas hopefuls prepare for elex

To: Afghanistan, from: T'ville

 

 

 

Tuesday 9/6/2005

Adopt an evacuee family at Wal-Mart

Agencies collect food for evacuees in S. Georgia

Albany, churches consider long term evacuee help

Community signs banner for soldiers

Dougherty County EMS workers cancel trip to Louisiana

Dry clothes needed for disaster victims

Firefighters try out new gear

Fuller Center pledges help

Governor's office building gas gouging web site

Hero Appreciation Meal for EMS

Katrina hits family twice

MCLB houses Marine evacuees and their families

Moody rescuers save thousands

Operation Home Delivery

Searching the ruins of Biloxi

State employment help

System makes room for displaced students

 

 

 

Wednesday 9/7/2005

Agencies collect food for evacuees in S. Georgia

Benefits for hurricane victims

Boyette Village may be home to evacuees

County to focus on literacy improvements

Evacuee Resource List

Evacuees enroll in S. Ga. schools

Faith after the storm

Financial assistance for Hurricane Katrina evacuees

Food processor recall

Hetland Shines in Debut

Housing units available for evacuees

Law enforcers to volunteer in Mississippi

Man arrested for March murder

Mathis to serve three years in federal pen

MCLB accepts donations for displaced military families

MCLB houses Marine evacuees and their families

Poker Run and Fun

Portable showers for Hurricane victims built in Albany

Red Cross gives hope to hurricane victims

Red Cross overwhelmed by numbers of Katrina evacuees

Sheriff to turn over gas price gouging information to State

Sherwood helps to lend support

State issues 20 letters of notice to gas stations

TPD adopts cops hit by Katrina

Valdosta State defeats its biggest rival

VSU welcomes hurricane victims

Want to go help Katrina victims?

Weather Service predicts many more hurricanes this year

 

Thursday 9/8/2005

10 Country: James Loves Mud Bogs

Amusement park offers free gas

ASU frat helps Katrina victims

Candy company history subject of museum exhibit

Church delayed on effort to house Katrina victims

DOT workers assess damage in MS

Federal detainers placed

Flint Riverquarium celebrates anniversary

Healing Field has patriotic message on 9-11

Hotels forgo profits for evacuees

Job help for Hurricane Katrina evacuees

Local park hosts event for Katrina evacuees

Louisiana family finds new home in S. Ga.

Military families plan walk to Baghdad

More than Gulf Coast humans need h, elp

Police ask for help ID'ing hit and run driver

Super Soph Leads Monroe

TU endowment solidified

United Way begins new season
United Way kicks off $1.5 million fundraiser

Vigil remembers Katrina victims

Water for the weary

 

 

Friday 9/9/2005

Brunson Toy Drive rolls on

Church group wants better assistance from county

Donate pet items

Firefighters write new safety show for kids

Food for Thought

Gas prices bring out the bikers

Habitat raises millions for hurricane relief

Health department offers free tetanus shots

Help evacuees pay utility bills

High School Football Scoreboard - September 9

Hurricane disaster moves softball tournament to Albany

Lake cleanup nears completion

Local park hosts Katrina evacuees

Louisiana family finds new home in S. Ga.

Police ask for help ID'ing hit and run driver

Portable showers for hurricane victims built in Albany

Red Cross to open three 'mega service centers'

South Georgia couple helps Katrina victims

South Georgia mortician serves New Orleans

Students bring hurricane relief

Students donate to Katrina victims

Super Soph Leads Monroe

Thomasville opens hearts, wallets for evacuees

Tips to cope with the stress of Katrina

Vigil remembers Katrina victims

 

 

 

 

Saturday 9/10/2005

Bikers ride for the elderly

Church members make Louisiana mission

Early religion for South Georgia youth

Evacuees thank S. GA for hospitality

Free food for evacuees

Lowndes schools welcome displaced students

Red Cross: Don't take in evacuees

South Georgia raises funds for evacuee families

 

 

 

 

Sunday 9/11/2005

Albany church tries new way to worship

Boy Scouts plan events for evacuee children

Bright Lights of Broadaway

Fall festival for South Albany community

Families walk to Baghdad

Healing Field flags tell hundreds of stories

Jobs available in Georgia

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 11th)

Walkers for freedom

 

 

 

Monday 9/12/2005

Albany Firefighters join in hurricane relief

Albany man drowns in holding pond

Business provides thousands of pounds of cool relief

Darton golfers lead in Americus

Church groups build new homes

City of Albany Hurricane Assistance update

Congress investigates loan abuse

Deputy returns from trip to New Orleans

Dougherty wants its own HEAT

Early voting starts

Family finds housing, but not brother

Growth brings reunions to shelter

Katrina evacs love canteen

Katrina may increase building supply costs

Lawyers up for judgeship
Local EMA wants NIMS
Man drowns in bypass lake

Mayor's seat and council positions up for grabs

Murder trial is postponed

Property taxes on the rise

Registration deadline nears for family fun day

School opens computer lab for evacuees

Students give up ice cream for Katrina victims

Task force collects illegal drugs, guns

Teacher's aid arrested for burning student

West Nile Virus found in mosquitoes

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 9/13/2005

Albany Beer plant makes water for Hurricane victims

Albany man visits evacuees at Astrodome

Bike ride anyone?

Cavalier golfers win Hurricane Invitational

Deleon indicted for murder, rape of elderly woman

Donations for FEMA homes

Don't give clothes, give money

Education bus tour visits Robert Cross Middle School

Evacuees express frustration with FEMA

Fatal accident in T'ville

Flags to be flown at half staff

GaSports.Com Football Coaches Poll (September 13th)

Housing authority helps hurricane evacuees find homes

Katrina records preservation

Lee County firefighters to serve in Hurricane relief

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 13th)

Long lines for low gas prices

Man stabbed in bar brawl

March honors executed woman

Miller bottles more water for disaster area

New meeting procedure causes conflict

Over 7,000 evacuees enrolled in Georgia schools

Palmyra unveils phase two of expansion plan

Storm victims have strong feelings about federal government

Trooper involved in accident

West Nile Virus in Dougherty County mosquitoes

Woman dies in house fire

 

 

 

Wednesday 9/14/2005

Beware of Katrina e-mail scam

Fire destroys old home

Georgia Ag team heads to Mississippi

Georgia has thousands of evacuated students

Georgia revenue agents hunt for gas price gougers

Jury orders Phoebe to pay $2.8M

Katrina forces a homecoming

Mayor Adams to sign proclamation

Mississippi student returns to gridiron in Georgia

New fire station opens in Hahira

Perdue expects many hurricane evacuees will stay in Georgia

Pettway knows the way to the quarterback

Red Cross closes Beattie Road shelter

Red Cross suggests cash is best donation

Relief trucks sit idle

Revenue agents check area gas stations

Robbery victims offer reward

Stewart Park Homes workers run wide-open

Store lets hurricane evacuees shop for free

Teen sentenced for molestation

VSU students camp for Katrina

 

 

 

Thursday 9/15/2005

10 Country: Wannell's Tractor Reunion

A Symphony for all seasons

Albany kitchen fire spread quickly

Albany Tech to hold second benefit sale

Blazers ready for first GSC road trip

City workers arrested after insurance probe

Disaster center to relocate

Evacuees find the shopping bargain of a lifetime

Evacuees react to President's address

FEMA to review local housing offer

Forum about Hurricane Katrina

Grease fire damages house

Hat day for Katrina victims

Help for hurricane pets

Katrina hits local company

Local realtors help Katrina victims

Local realtors help Katrina victims

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 15th)

Marine recovers from burns suffered in Iraq

Mentors and proteges to encourage growth

Relief supplies on standby

Richardson shines again for Lee

Shop for a cause

State unveils new slogan

Teddy bear tea party a hit

Valdosta hosts state tourism conference

What's ahead for Delta?

Worth County Pastors want promise to pave fulfilled

 

 

 

 

Friday 9/16/2005

A Symphony for all seasons

Albany Tech yard sales a success

Bikefest good for economy

Bikefest in Bainbridge

Class reenacts Constitution Convention

Cultural center needs cash

Drugs found in Echols

Evacuee Resource List

Food for Thought

Georgia evacuees react to President's address

Governor Perdue prays for hurricane survivors

Governor shares ideas on tourism

Mega Millions draws players

More arrests in insurance scam

N. O. Marine families move into MCLB

, Race is on for November elections

Red Cross to team up with city

South Georgia on the move

Tift relief drive just grows and grows

Volunteers log long hours

 

 

 

Saturday 9/17/2005

Bradley simulator allows public behind wheel

Gulfport evacuee helps neighbors

South Georgia firefighters sing for relief effort

Hurricane relief concert raises funds for evacuees

Katrina evacuees get relief at camp

High School Football Scoreboard - September 16

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 17th)

 

 

 

Sunday 9/18/2005

Albany church lends hand in Mississippi

Battle of the bands

Bradley simulator allows public behind wheel

Evacuees return home

Hurricane relief concert raises funds for evacuees

More arrests in insurance scam

Music for Mandi

South Georgia firefighters sing for relief effort

South Georgia mortician helps identify bodies

Monday, 9/10/2005

Albany church lends hand in Mississippi

ASU in the Fast Lane

Battle of the bands

Community planners want citizen input

County to clean up run down homes

Disaster center has new location

Evacuees return home

Hard loss for VSU

Hetland wins SEC honors again

Hurricane relief concert raises money for evacuees

McDonald's worker robbed

More arrests in insurance scam

Music for Mandi

Phoebe ordered to release financial documents

South Georgia bank robbed

Special election Tuesday

Tailgaters damage park

Teacher arrested, charged

Thomas University names new softball coach

 

 

 

Tuesday  9/20/2005

Albany's new city manager on the job

ABAC Helps Katrina Victims

Candlelight vigil for victims of ATV crash

Crisp County drug arrests

Food costs up

I.D. required to vote

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 20th)

More Albany sanitation workers arrested for insurance fraud

No new jobs for MCLB Albany

One stop shop for Katrina victims

South Georgia voting results

Taxpayers turn out for Lee County public hearing

Teen raises her voice for hurricane victims

The Trojan War

Tuesday voting info

Voters decide whether to continue SPLOST

VSU gets grant for new building

 

Wednesday 9/21/2005

All eyes on Hurricane Rita

Blazers ready to bounce back

Boiled peanuts shipped to troops in Iraq

Broad Avenue gets a facelift

Burned ranger returns to work

Democratic hopefuls come to Albany

Dougherty Chorale to perform in D.C.

Driver spills rodents on I-75

East Albany homes for evacuees almost ready

Fire kills two children

First Lady Perdue praises child advocacy center

Lee County public hearing postponed

Long-time mayor receives excellence award

Moody crews return from Gulf Coast

New county commissioner elected

People continue to clean up after Hurricane Dennis

Possible increase in winter utility bills

Soldiers train on Bradley simulators

Special Olympics coming to Albany

Tennis returns to Darton campus

Voters say yes to sales tax extensions

Woman sentenced for beating child

 

 

 

Thursday 9/22/2005

All eyes on Hurricane Rita

Broad Avenue gets a facelift

City offers county settlement in HB 489 dispute

Commission offers amnesty on delinquent garbage bills

Concert to benefit Hurricane Katrina victims

Dougherty Chorale to perform in D.C.

Evacuees start to rebuild lives with jobs

Fire kills two children

Heat has slowed deer hunters

Katrina reminds us to review insurance

Lee County public hearing postponed

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 22nd)

National Marriage Health Month

Peanuts blighted with tobacco spotted wilt virus

Phoebe meeting to clear questions

Pinwheels display peace

Possible increase in winter utility bills

Robbery suspect investigated for other crimes

School auction helps hurricane victims

Sheriff fined by ethics commission

Shuman wins player of the week honor

South Georgia gas prices begin climb

Wait almost over for GSW

Watch our Baby's Room Remodeling Progress!

World class employees recognized

 

 

 

Friday 9/23/2005

10 Country: Professional Odd Couple

ABAC Helps Katrina Victims

Ambulance driver charged

Building moratorium expires in Lee County

Food for Thought

Georgia asks feds to pay hurricane relocation costs

Governor calls for school closure

Hurricane evacuee killed by hit-and-run driver

MCLB furnishes houses for displaced reservists

National Baby Safety Month

Pot plants found in Berrien

Soldiers meet their benefactors

Some fans fearful of ball game

Thousands expected to attend festival

Walkers light the night

 

 

 

Saturday 9/24/2005

48th Brigade Combat Team's mission changes

Albany High desegregation remembered

Blazers Back On Winning Track

Civil rights movement depicted in old clippings

Contractors feel the effects of hurricanes

High School Football Scoreboard - September 23

La Fiesta Del Pueblo in Tifton

New Orleans family rebuilding life with new baby

Rita is now a Tropical Storm

 

 

Sunday 9/25/2005

Albany's electronics find new life

Adel councilman questions procedures at Cook Co. Jail

Center offers help to parents

Church on a chicken mission

Gas prices up, supplies down

Governor asks schools to close to save fuel

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 25th)

Political candidates hit the trail

South Georgia church offers divorce care for kids

Where can you find the cheapest gas?

 

 

Monday 9/26/2005

Albany State Football Ready for Tuskegee

Animal shelter still unfinished

Arrest in gas drive offs

Citizens meet city manager

Clinch man arrested for drugs and moonshine

Collision leaves biker dead

Cook jailers say they did no wrong

Court sends back school suit

Deputies, motorists keep eye on gas prices, , ,

Fugitive back behind bars

Golfers compete for million dollar hole in one

GSP holds training at Police department

Lea Henry is Hall of Fame Bound

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 26th)

Peanut industry unites to feed hurricane victims

Preacher charged with sex crimes

School open amid closures

South Georgia hotels still flooded with evacuees

There's room at the Ritz!

 

 

 

Tuesday 9/27/2005

Albany evacuee hears from missing brother

Albany insurance agent helps to handle claims in MS

Arrest made in string of burglaries

Big Achievement for Dougherty's Cheevers

Church broken into

City to plan removal of damaged mobile homes

Fatal fire ruled accidental

Gas, hurricanes cause problems for produce retailers

Georgia meals enroute to Gulf victims

Help needed to stop robber

Hurricane Hunter's widow looks back

Long Beach won't give up

Man charged in attack

Marijuana plants seized

South Georgians hate love bugs

Valdosta business ships meals to Gulf Coast

Videoconferencing brings military families closer together

Volunteers redefine remodeling

Want cheap gas? Click here!

Worth Co. residents haul their own trash

 

 

Wednesday 9/28/2005

15 people now arrested in fraud ring

Blazers welcome back Brown

Dougherty Co. Schools make up gas holiday

Dougherty School Board hires officers

Evacuees allowed in Ga. Pre-K

Family wins national award

Family, friends welcome Marine Reservists home from Iraq

FBI charges armed robbers

Finding fuel alternatives

GaSports.Com Football Coaches Poll (September 27th)

Grocery store celebrates grand opening

Gunmen on the run

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 28th)

Madness at south Georgia gas pumps

National Baby Safety Month

New honor for T'ville schools

Preparing for a disaster

Rescue Mission needs your help

Residents entitled to refund for garbage collection

School bus and SUV collide

South Georgia firefighters help set up Mississippi E.O.C.

Teacher indicted for child molestation

Tips to help kids deal with Katrina

Worth Co. residents haul their own trash

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 9/29/2005

Colquitt County citizens upset over land proposal

10 Country: Larry's Railroad Days

1148th remembers Katrina mission

Albany man hits lottery

Food for the needy handed out

GA holds first sales tax holiday on appliances

Gang expert shares information

Gas passes $3.00 a gallon

Gas taxes return soon

Georgia's month long break on gas prices to end

Got gas on your plastic?

Gulley sentenced to life without parole

Local Sports Scoreboard (September 29th)

Man faces federal burglary charges

Man finds human remains in yard

Perdue extends Anti-gouging measures (Call 800-869-1123)

Petro South shuts off pumps

Phoebe contributes to Katrina relief

Woman raped in Thomasville

 

 

Friday 9/30/2005

A web site for geeks

Colquitt shooting connected to others?

Domestic violence ceremony

Fifth Friday starts a charitable tradition

Food for Thought

Governor's gas tax relief runs out

High School Football Scoreboard - September 30

Hispanics also targeted in Adel

Home invasions leave dead, wounded

Job Corps helps hurricane victims move on

Lawmen shocked by brutality

Message to drivers: Don't fill up unless you really need to

Multiple deaths reported

Police look for price gouging

Students share cops' Katrina experience

The cost of going broke

VMS student dies in class

Truckers fume over Georgia fuel

 

 

 

 

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