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Electricity in Whigham will be shut off on Sunday night

The 293 electric customers served by the City of Whigham will be temporarily inconvenienced Sunday evening, May 1, when power for the entire city will be shut off, according to Mayor George Trulock.
"This is kind of late notice, but we were just notified late Monday," the Whigham mayor said.

Early voting opens Monday, forum to feature judicial candidates

On the same day early voting begins in the hotly contested race for Judge of Superior Court of the South Georgia Circuit, the three judicial candidates will face off in a political forum at Roddenbery Memorial Library.
Early voting opens Monday, May 2 at 8 a.m. at the Grady County Board of Registrars Office, 24 Third Ave. N.E., and then at 7 p.m. in the library's auditorium candidates Mike Bankston, Ryan Cleveland, and Heather Lanier will participate in a live political forum hosted by WGRA Radio.

National Day of Prayer to be observed here next Thursday

Grady countians are encouraged to gather for prayer on Thursday, May 5, in observance of the annual National Day of Prayer.
The Grady County Ministerial Association is the local sponsor of the event and committee members Teresa Prince, the Rev. Travis Harrison, the Rev. Charles Whatley and the Rev. Ron McCaskill have been busy planning for the day.
Since 1952, the nation has set aside the first Thursday of May to pray for the nation.

Commissioners move meeting to Thursday, May 5

A group of north Grady County residents will be anxious to attend the Grady County Commission meeting next week, which will not be held on Tuesday morning, but will be held on Thursday morning at 9.
The regularly scheduled meeting has been moved to Thursday to avoid a conflict with the commissioners and administrative staff who are attending the annual convention of the Association County Commissioners of Georgia in Savannah.

Fit Fest returns April 30

by Betsy McGriff

After a hiatus in 2015, Youth Fit Fest is returning to Cairo’s Davis Park and Roddenbery Memorial Library. This year’s event will feature free family fitness activities including kid-friendly workout activities with local trainers and hands-on fitness demonstrations.

Time to retire tattered or faded American flags

Whigham Boy Scout Troop 383, Cairo High School Navy Junior ROTC, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8433 and the Jake Poller American Legion Post 122 are planning a flag retirement ceremony in May.

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