October 18, 2007
Moultrie -- As the Sunbelt Ag Expo wrapped up, many exhibitors considered this years event a success.
At the GMC truck driving range, more than 300 people test drove the 2007 Sierra Heavy Duty Pickups. That's better than any dealership could do.
Expo goers got a chance to see how the Sierra 2500 might respond in the field.
Ed Dial of Ocala, Florida called it an "Awesome experience, way much better than the Dodge diesel I have. A lot more powerful, a lot more smoother ride, definitely towing."
A South Carolina man liked how the truck responded so well he plans to buy two for his farm. Next year GMC looks to expand their exhibit.
The Albany Police Department said it is having a lot of success with its re-launched Project Lifesaver.
Students are exercising their right to spread awareness about two subjects that are not always topics of discussion on college campuses, slavery and human sex trafficking.
The weather has warmed up just enough in South Georgia for outdoor activities to start back up.
As Black History Month comes to a close, the Pelham community will celebrate the history of its oldest church with a parade this weekend.
Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta says they have a little something for everybody in their 2018 Concert and Special Events lineup.