May 28, 2007
Crisp County-- So far, the drought hasn't caused a changes to the water level on Lake Blackshear.
Park rangers at Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park say the water level has remained constant.
The Crisp County Power Commission controls the dam and the water level. Rangers say so far they haven't needed to lower the level. There is a full pool of water for now. That means it's safe for boating.
That could change if the drought drags on.
Lee County Fire Chief David Forrester said there were two people in the home, and they saw one person in the front yard. Two people in the home were transported to Phoebe Putney.More >>
Dedication of Georgia Southwestern State University's "Presidential Plaza" is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. at the Wheatley Administration Building Lawn, on the Georgia Southwestern State campus in Americus. This new area on campus serves as the centerpiece to the University's signature entrance. The west or front side of the plaza features a set of planted hedges that spell "GSW." The east or plaza side includes a mounted hand signature in cement from Pre...More >>
The 21st annual Plains Peanut Festival kicks off Saturday. There will be dozens of arts and crafts vendors and the Main Street parade.More >>
Georgia Southwestern is honoring President Carter today, FEMA’s visit to Albany has been delayed, and more.More >>