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High school pranksters all plead guilty

District Attorney Joe Mulholland has reduced criminal charges against 13 Cairo High School seniors whose attempt at a senior prank earlier this school year instead turned into a police investigation and their subsequent arrests on felony charges.
Mulholland dismissed the felony charges of burglary in the second degree and interference with government property that were lodged against each student. Instead, he allowed the 12 males and one female to each plead guilty in Grady County State Court Tuesday to one misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass.

Council votes to suspend pilot’s airport privileges

The Cairo City Council voted Monday night to suspend an aerobatic stunt pilot's privileges to use the Cairo Municipal Airport.
The issue was first raised in February by Councilman James H. (Jimmy) Douglas. On Monday night, Douglas renewed his opposition to aerobatic stunt practice going on out of the local airport.

Mathis ponders plan to attract more Japanese investment here

After attending the U.S. - China Manufacturing Symposium March 26-28 in Dothan, Ala., Grady County Joint Development Authority Executive Director Chadd Mathis told JDA members this week he could see a similar event being held in Grady County and tied it to developing relations with Japan.

CCC food and beverage service under new management

CCC food and beverage service under new management
A self-professed "foodie" has teamed up with a chef and talented cook to create a new dining experience at the Cairo Country Club.
Jody Fitzpatrick is a relative newcomer to southwest Georgia, but he said he has fallen in love with this area.

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