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Commissioners say they did not know Tobar had been fired from last three jobs

Grady County officials relied solely on a paid consultant and failed to fully investigate the background of the man they hired as county administrator in 2013.
Grady County commissioners said this week they did not know that County Administrator Carlos Tobar had been fired from his three most recent jobs before coming here.

County responds to questions raised by Libertarian party official

The Grady County Commission has issued a response to a laundry list of questions about the Tired Creek Lake project raised last week by the chairman of the Libertarian Party of Grady County.

Holy Week schedule is announced

Local churches are hosting daily services next week leading up to Easter Sunday, which is April 5.
Each of the Holy Week worship services will take place at noon followed by lunch. A suggested donation is $4 for the lunch.

Cairo man found guilty in death of baby, abuse of another

A Cairo man will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars after a Grady County jury decided last week he was guilty in the 2013 death of one baby and the abuse of another baby.

City police car damaged in crash

A Cairo police officer wrecked his patrol car Saturday afternoon when he pulled onto U.S. 84 from a business driveway in pursuit of an alleged traffic law violator.
The accident was investigated by the Georgia State Patrol and occurred at 3:50 p.m., March 21.

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