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Wednesday 11/1/2006
121 species added to protected list
Albany couple warns of elder scam
Bishop, Hughes maintain quiet, cordial Congressional race
Cordele collects care packages for troops
Imagine Albany
Kerry back-tracks after "joke" furor
Lake Blackshear water level goes down
Lanier Sheriff searching for robbery suspects
Local food bank needs your help
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 2, 2006)
Lopez to teach junior golf clinic
Mary Perdue is prominent in campaign
Perdue avoids questioning
School giving away prizes for parental involvement
Sheriff apprehends suspect after high speed chase
Sister gets her flag
Sizemore resigns

South Georgia outdoor enthusiasts promote Amendment 2

Stop the Revolving Door
Taylor calls for Perdue investigation, GOP files ethics complaint
Thomasville grows existing business
What's in a name? A tube and pipe company sues web giant, YouTube




Thursday 11/2/2006
10 Country: Roy's High Adventures
Agent attends counseling to cope with fatal shooting
Ashburn Police make child pornography arrest
Attorney General's office says it is "determined" to uphold sex-offender law
Authorities respond to boat in water
Bainbridge Bio diesel plant to begin production in March
Berrien Sheriff participates in Operation Falcon III
Brooks Sheriff arrests burglar
Campaign flyer heats up 172nd Georgia House race
Fire department gets new vests
Lee County businesses awarded for excellence
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 2, 2006)
National Marshal operation has local results
Sixties music replayed in book
State Supreme Court candidate speaks in Albany
Students learn leadership skills
Tara Grinstead has been missing for over a year
Tip leads Decatur deputies to Meth lab
Tornadoes ready for first place battle
Video Gambling bust in Cordele
ViewPoint: Go Vote!
Voters divides on Sunday liquor referendum
Wilcox receiver earns player of the week honors
Woman raped and beaten, police suspect Ex





Friday 11/3/2006
Thieves target car lots
Demand for firewood heats up
Local housing still thriving
BBQ Festival draws thousands
Girls Inc. Conference in Albany
Flight instructor dies in Florida crash
Early Voting goes smoothly
Ballot questions could help some people, groups
Peanut butter turned into a powder!
Albany Tech to expand
TLC Drug ordered to remain in receivership
Restaurants close in Downtown Albany
Mercury Crossing
Thomasville Police looking for stolen gold coins
Berrien County Schools Experiences Lockdown
Thomas University "officially" gets new President
Perdue leads in campaign cash; Taylor in month's collections
Food for Thought
Bobcats roll over Indians




Saturday 11/4/2006
South Georgians weigh in on Governor's race
Shelby Jean Powell Carter
Westover Wins at X-Country Region Meet
ASU Wins Fountain City Classic
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 4, 2006)
One of a kind vendor at pecan festival
Junior League sells old stuff for charity



Sunday 11/5/2006
Free ride to the polls
Saddam Hussein gets no mercy from South Georgians
Albany is third most dangerous city statewide
Honoring a breast cancer survivor in NY Marathon
Two downtown restaurants are closed




Monday 11/6/2006
Albany man's dream comes true
ASU Awaits Postseason Fate
Championship Rings for Darton Softball
Court upholds molestation verdict
Democrats push for votes in Taylor's hometown
Dog gets the best of high-tech smuggler
Dougherty County Police car damaged in deer collision
Flu comes early to southwest Georgia
Flu Shots at the Valdosta Polls
Forestry classroom gives kids a different look at nature
Holiday mailing deadline around the corner
Lady Rams face tough regional draw
More dealers are burglarized
Murder trial begins with jury selection
Perdue, Taylor land in Albany
School system introduces detailed mapping system
Sonny wants the Big Guy in a garbage truck
Stay clear of wild animals in Thomas County
Valdosta Bus Monitor saves child
VSU Junior Donates Hair to Cancer Patient




Tuesday 11/7/2006
Albany son falls short in governor's race
At last, war ends
Brinson Not Ready to Stop Playing
Caps for the Capitol
Crosstown Rivals
Decatur voter turnout high
Disabled complain about transit system
Dougherty Co. Police car damaged in deer collision
Felons charged again after registering to vote
Governor settles in to watch election returns
Men arrested in Berrien School lockdown
Murder arrest made in Albany
Parents warned after attempted abduction
Prosecutor says murder victim shot 10 times
Seminole Co. man charged in murder for hire plot
Vote and Vaccinate
Weather doesn't hinder voters



Wednesday 11/8/2006
Albany son falls short in governor's race
Blazers still need help to make playoffs
Brooks County Commission seat decided by one vote
Brooks County man is murdered
Chambliss weighs in on political landscape
Employees demand fair contracts
Exit poll: Georgia voters think economy is good
Free turkey trimmings for the needy
From savior to stumbling block?
GA House District 172, close race
Georgia Democrats talk of rebuilding
Kids Against Hunger needs your help in aggressive campaign
Lifesaving jobs are also sometimes life changing
Operation One Voice brings runners to South Georgia
Oxendine issues fire extinguisher scam warning
President confirms Rumsfeld is out
Program can help you weatherize your home
Thomas Co. narrows search for School Superintendent
TIME to talk about emergencies
Valdosta honored for it's growth
Voter turnout good in Dougherty County
Westover hoops star signs with Furman
Why did voters abandon Taylor?
Wild Adventures Unveils Adventures for 2007



Thursday 11/9/2006
10 Country: Natalie Pedals Independence
Albany base celebrates Marine Corps birthday
Attorney arrested in Columbus
Blazers reclaim Peach Basket
Cadets honor Veterans
Chamber dinner benefits local building project
Game wardens are spread thin
GOP holds on by its fingernails in two districts
Grammy winners perform at Civic Center
Healthcare's legal monopoly
Heart attacks more common in women
Here's the steeple, now see all the people!
Hospice helps give hope through holidays
Keynote speaker for MLK celebration announced
Lee baseball stars heading to ACC rivals
Lee Toy Drive
Little contraband found during prison shakedown
Man denies plot to kill step daughter
Millions of acetaminophen pills recalled
Moore ready to dive at UGA
Naked man rescued off restaurant sign
New baseball team goes nuts over nickname
Piece of the cosmos in Valdosta?
Plant & Employees now content on contracts
Police investigate two carjackings and two armed robberies
Runoff Woes -- Is it worth the price we pay?
Stephens wins player of the week honors
Thomasville man jumped, shot in backyard
Three Camilla residents carjacked at gunpoint, suspect at large
ViewPoint: Political Ads on TV
Woman in love triangle murder trial testifies




Friday  11/10/2006
Drought loans available in 8 south Georgia counties
East Albany community forms watch group
Flags and crosses honor Grady County's fallen heroes
Man wanted for carjacking incident
Parents testify in Marines murder trial
Phoebe consummates its final condemnation
Red light cams soon to start
Retired fire chiefs assist community
Rising star returns to Valdosta
SGMC impacts Valdosta community
Soldiers eat lunch with their children
South Georgia businesses eligible for SBA disaster loans
Thomas County Jail inmate dies in custody
Where's the $$ Ray Charles gave ASU?





Saturday 11/11/2006
A proud salute to our veterans
Colquitt celebrates big day
Semi-truck crashes into wagon killing 5 year old boy
Model train show is coming soon




Sunday 11/12/2006
5 year old boy home after brain surgery
Carjacked victim's car is found
Crash survivors back home
Local church honors our veterans
Rainfall Gauge
Rams In, Blazers Out



Monday 11/13/2006
A bank robbery accomplice will testify against the other suspects
ASU Band Marching to Atlanta
Child molestation trial begins
Defendants testify to their innocence
Eagles, Valiants claim region titles
"Facing the Giants" box office and spiritual success
Farming Disaster-- Attack of the killer plant
Fatal Crash in Berrien County
Girls Gone Wild to visit Valdosta
Grady County in need of Sheriff deputies
GSP investigates Alapaha tragedy
Ledo means big dough
Little girl taken to Macon Hospital
More than a dozen cars are broken into in Thomas/Grady Counties
No blue lights for Coroner
The changing face of HIV/AIDS
Thomas County girl raped at slumber party
Truck fire snarls traffic




Tuesday 11/14/2006
Albany, Dougherty County closer to consolidation
ASU, Darton to fill nursing need
Jury begins deliberations in murder trial
Killer Bees are on the move
King Portrait Unveiled in Albany
Lady Rams Standouts Continue Hoops Career
Last surviving member of first GSP school dies
Leaders continue to look out for the elderly
Lee County financial woes continue
Leesburg wants new sewer treatment facility
Local hospitals participate in a disaster drill
Meals on Wheels needs funding
Military Appreciation Day at Golden Corral
Molestation victim testifies
Peanuts draft first two players
Reese Rushing Ahead
Seminole Sheriff's office seeks abduction suspect
SGMC offers Drive Thru Flu Shots
Students learn a powerful lesson
Students learn job skills
The old Heritage House Hotel will be restored
Thomasville band opens for "Rolling Stone's" Top Country Artist
Thomasville names interim chief
Tift County kicks off Relay For Life
Two Worth County Lady Rams sign scholarships





Wednesday 11/15/2006
Airport director wants more security
Blazers roll to a big win season opener
City leaders outline needs for the next five years
Clouds linger after violent storm
Decorations already in place for Christmas
Downtown businesses may pay higher taxes
Georgia Giants in high demand
Georgia State Patrol SWAT trains in school
Holiday Season = Crime Season
Mitchell E-911 ready
NJCAA women's soccer tournament ready to go at Darton
No shortage of flu shots this year
Recycling is Magic!
Reservists convicted of Waddell murder
South Georgia Hispanic population grows
South Georgia is under a severe weather alert
Students celebrate reading books
The magistrate court in Thomas County is out of money
Thomas Co. new courthouse on fast track
Tornado victim remembers the storms
Victim's family "can live with verdict"
Walker getting the work he wants with Rams




Thursday 11/16/2006
10 Country: Pete Repeats History
Albany man forges employer checks
Baptist Convention cuts ties with Mercer
Boy's ranch gets brand new tractor
Edwards wins player of the week
ERCO honored by C of C
Famous poet speaks to students in Albany
Flakes ready for D-II playoffs
Food Bank helps needy during holidays
Fun Park murder remains unsolved
Gamers camp out for new Play Station
Georgia may consider new laws for drivers
Government employees get leaner
Gunman will serve life in prison after killing officers
Inmate wanted in two states
Jury finds bank robbery suspects guilty
Lee County takes in its belt a notch or two
Marshall gets 50-year sentence
Moultrie officer kills suspect
New Farm Bill discussed in Decatur County
Remembering the Civil Rights Movement
Stolen heavy equipment found
System that passed through here spawns deadly tornado
Teenager arrested in convenience store robbery
The long wait
Thomas County court is broke
Valdosta man is charged with murder
ViewPoint: Dems take House, now what?
VSU receiver is GSC's top freshman
Wildcats schedule set for 2007








Friday 11/17/2006
Albany Marine Base dogs and handlers honored
Albany Police look for shooter
Albany State students get fun health education
Artists descend on Thomasville for Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival
Brooks County works to raise test scores
Dead man's family said he "heard voices"
Food for Thought
Holly Berry Market Tomorrow!!!
It's time for the Native American Festival at Chehaw!
Kids & Gangs
Lawmakers propose to eliminate income tax
Man shot dead by Moultrie Police Officer
More Easter Seals Christmas ornaments on the way
Red Kettle Kickoff is underway
Santa's big arrival at the mall
Shoppers head to Valdosta art show
Sooo-- You gotta have PlayStation3....
Thomas University opens its doors to potential students
Three break-ins have the Thomas Co. Sheriff's office looking for a van
Two city commissioners looking for abandoned properties



Saturday 11/18/2006
ASU Falls in First Round
Cops get smacked in face with pies
Frozen food product recalled
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 18, 2006)
Native Americans beat their drums
New location for Baconton Pecan Festival
St. Teresa's School hosts holiday market



Sunday 11/19/2006
Did police use excessive force?
Financial help for homeowners
More dangerous drivers during holidays
Police investigate three car collision
Road rage leads to gunfire
Suspect arrested for armed robbery





Monday 11/20/2006
Government has unclaimed money for taxpayers
National Tournament Pays Dividends For Darton
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 20, 2006)
A Big Step Forward
Lee County Utility Authority cuts back
Don't be a victim of crime!
Woman injured by fleeing bank robber
Ealum lawsuit questioned, recall launched
Albany woman announces plan to run for Commission seat
Realtors feed kids
Moultrie cop has killed before
Click it or ticket begins
Food Bank offers holiday cheer
Valdosta fights substandard housing
48th Brigade trooper is back home to stay
Pre-Thanksgiving dinner 20 year tradition in Albany
Target recalls toys
Travel surge may be eased with new runway






Tuesday 11/21/2006
APD Major says Albany is safe
Arts take center stage at convocation
ASU hoops team split and Lady Cavs are still unbeaten
Cherokee Co. holds hearing on rent fines for illegal immigrants
City will borrow money for SPLOST projects
How can Albany better handle flooding?
Lee Co. will break ground on new school before Christmas
Lee County commissioners reverse decision
Lee County hopes to plug up drain from Grand Island Golf Course
Librarian Wins Award
Like death and taxes, construction never ends
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 21, 2006)
Mattel recalls toys
Mediacom Vs Sinclair
Motorcycle riders make special deliveries
New Albany Firefighter training opportunity
Patriots win overtime thriller and Tornadoes cruise past Indians
Rams defender is finalist for Harlon Hill Award
Should alcohol be sold on Sunday?
Should lawmakers raise the minimum wage?
Slow boot camp death investigation causes protest
South Georgia police officer arrested
Students create a friendly message for soldiers
Turn in robber, get reward


Wednesday 11/22/2006
Albany Towers sold
Be careful in the kitchen!
Bike crash victim recovering
Drivers fill up for holiday travel
Flu season hits kids hard
Garbage truck goes up in flames in Lee County
Last minute shopping, eh?
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 22, 2006)
Many roll with buses for holiday travel
New AFD boat can save lives
No new roof for Civic Center... yet
Police seek shooting suspect
Remerton's a small city with a big plan
Retailers ready for holiday rush
Salvation Army church and clients give thanks together
School system police provide Thanksgiving meals
Thanksgiving Day paper a record
Thanksgiving dinner comes to you
Tifton employees not shocked by sale
UGA graduates the minority students it gets
Valdosta begins holiday festivities
VSU Still Perfect





Thursday 11/23/2006
10 Country: Ken's Christmas Glow
A Colquitt Co. family is homeless for the holiday
ABAC celebrates 100 years
Black Friday may not be biggest holiday shopping day
Desire to Inspire
Families spend together time after dinner
Faust Named Player of the Week
Gas prices up for the holidays
Moultrie man shot by police is remembered
Movie theater is busy on Thanksgiving
Shoppers get jump on Black Friday
Some search for different food on turkey day
Southwest Georgia college enrollment is up
Thanksgiving brings busier highways, fewer troopers
Youth group spends Thanksgiving volunteering




Friday 11/24/2006
Albany native appears on Montel Williams show
Bean counters shift into overdrive
Bring your patience to the hospital
Consumer holiday spending could be high
Don't let crooks end up with your goodies
Georgia lawmaker wants to protect gun owners
Holiday shoppers arrive early for post-Thanksgiving sales
Locker Room Scoreboard 11/24/06
Middle schoolers ring bells for charity
Might as well put up that tree
So. Georgians pull out the wallet-- or the plastic
Thanksgiving leftovers could cause food poisoning
The Choking Game



Saturday 11/25/2006
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 25 2006)
Santa Claus exhibit on display




Sunday 11/27/2006
Christmas light up lives in Brookfield
Thanksgiving travel weekend deadly in Georgia
State NAACP involved in Moultrie cop-involved shooting



Monday 11/27/2006
Although there's no tree, the spirit lives on
Blue Devil fever at epidemic levels
CJ students learn real forensics
Commissioner serves her last day
County likes on-line auction
Felons, homeless fills jobs left after raid at plant
Former officer gets probation
Hunters help feed the hungry
Is it too late for a good airfare?
Lady Blazers stay unbeaten
Looking better for Life
Man reports robbery at dam
Mitchell Co. farmer killed while working in fields
Most retailers are pleased with sales
Next "merge" step could come next week
Obesity is health enemy #1
Professional fraternity gives coats to Salvation Army
Reed Bingham battles the weeds
Salvation Army provides shelter and work
"Suitcases" helps South Georgia kids





Tuesday 11/28/2006
48th Soldiers in need of help this holiday
Agreement could ease flooding
Albany leaders campaign for an interstate highway
Alzheimer's patient found
Boys and Girls Clubs reach out to communities
Christmas comes to Wild Adventures
County likes on-line auction
D. A. sends a Merry Christmas to victims
FBI to review Atlanta police killing of elderly woman
Health insurance cost reaches critical mass
High School Hoops
Judge says no-knock warrants have his attention
Just what is the West Nile Virus?
Local Sports Scoreboard (November 28, 2006)
Pesky problem lands in Moultrie and won't leave
Protecting yourself from West Nile
Restaurant takes healthy turn
Robbery Task Force activated
Spay the strays
Thomas County names new superintendent
Vice President drops in
ViewPoint: Sunday Alcohol sales
VSU Celebrating a 50 year partnership
You can help Christmas wishes come true










Wednesday 11/29/2006
Agreement could ease flooding
Albany Tech teams with ASU for credit transfers
Archbold Foundation kicks off Christmas with Tree of Lights
Blue Devils show they can score points
Chimney sweepers are extra busy now
Commission studies alcohol license renewals
Couple arrested after high speed chase
Doors open at new jail
Drivers Beware! Watch out for deer!
Fatal Lee crash has some questioning Georgia's seat belt law
Fire officials stress heating safety
GSP says driver was drunk in fatal wreck
Hurricanes win home opener
Liberty House wants families adopted
Lowndes Deputy arrested
Man sentenced for child molestation
Mentoring program targets middle school boys
More charges added against murder suspect
Newton residents owe the city big bucks
School system wants better graduation rate
Students stressed over final exams
Thomas County commissioners butt heads with Sheriff over budget
Vagrant arrested for arson
What does it take to be a woman of worth?
Winnersville formulates pandemic plan


Thursday 11/30/2006
Albany HEAT receives grant
Albany icon lights up one last time
Bainbridge teen charged with child cruelty
Commissioners meet, decide to work as team
Controlled hunt hopes to stabilize south Georgia deer population
DCP roadblocks look to get illegal driver's off GA roads
Ealum recall group says they are confident of success
Hurricane season comes to an end
Lee County solves budget crunch
Local Sports Scoreboard (December 2, 2006)
Police have increased alternate patrols
Possum causes car fire
Rams give coach first career win
Rates may be on the rise
Teen's family needs financial help
Teens arrested for car lot break in
Tift QB receiver player of week honors
Tifton holiday festivities kick off
Tifton leaders want residents to clean up leaves
Valiants love underdog role

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