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CHS administration is aggressively enforcing dress code
10/22/2014

CHS administration is aggressively enforcing dress code
When Grady County School Superintendent Lee M. Bailey recommended Assistant School Superintendent Dr. Kermit Gilliard be named Cairo High School Interim Principal he asked that Gilliard enforce the dress code outlined in the student handbook.
A review of discipline referrals at CHS indicated that Dr. Gilliard and the CHS assistant principals are doing just that.

Methodist Fall Bazaar is this Saturday, offers something for everyone
10/22/2014

An original oil painting, lithograph of Cairo's old Post Office from the early 1900s and frozen homemade casseroles are just a few of the offerings for sale at the Annual Fall Bazaar at Cairo First United Methodist Church Saturday.

Watch for tax bills in the mail this week
10/22/2014

Grady Countians should be on the lookout for their tax bills.
According to Grady County Tax Commissioner Phyllis Gainous, 14,673 tax bills went out in the mail from a mailing house in Chattanooga, Tenn., Monday.

Majors is leaving chamber
10/22/2014

Majors is leaving chamber
As was first reported on cairomessenger.com last Wednesday afternoon, Jennifer Majors has resigned as the executive vice president of the Cairo-Grady County Chamber of Commerce effective Monday, Oct. 27.

 
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