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Roddenbery Memorial Library needs more friends

Friends of the Roddenbery Memorial Library is putting out a public call for support as the group prepares for a major fundraising campaign.
In an advertisement published in today's newspaper, the group points to a declining level in funding for the library and a need to help beef up its resources and programs. The letter states, "Those of us who care about the library and the impact it has had, does have, and will have on each person in our county must come to its aid."

JDA to tackle roof issues

A leaky roof at the Heritage Industrial Complex continues to be a worry for members of the Grady County Joint Development Authority.
The topic of leaks was one of the major discussions during the authority's January meeting.

Thomasville firm awarded big contract with county

A Thomas County firm walked away with a three-year agreement with Grady County valued at $26,414.52 annually Tuesday night.
Grady County commissioners approved the data security and business continuity agreement with Rumble's Office City of Thomasville. No other proposals were considered, but Grady County Administrator Carlos Tobar said this week the service would be put out to bid at the end of the three-year deal.

David pushes for changes in county solid waste operation

Grady County Commissioner T.D. David asked his fellow commissioners to be prepared to discuss improvements to the way the county handles solid waste.
David said Tuesday night that citizens continue to issue complaints to him regarding the condition of the county dumpster sites.

New ninth grade academy to be established at CHS

A new ninth grade academy is being established at Cairo High School to open in the fall. Parents of eighth grade students at Washington Middle School, Shiver Elementary School and Whigham Elementary School are invited to an upcoming open house at Cairo High School to learn more about the change.

Cairo teams have busy Christmas break on the court

Cairo teams have busy Christmas break on the court
The Cairo Syrupmaids and Syrupmakers had a busy Christmas break as both teams played in holiday tournaments. The Syrupmaids placed second in the Turner County Classic in Ashburn and the Syrupmakers will compete this week in the Baker County Shootout in Newton. Last Tuesday, the teams hosted TCCHS in a nonregion game at Cairo High School.

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