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Community mourns the death of local law enforcement officer

Community mourns the death of local law enforcement officer
Area law enforcement officers are joining family and friends in mourning the death of Grady County Sheriff’s investigator Robert Simmons.
Simmons, 46, passed away at his home Monday of natural causes.

A few tickets remain for Historical Society’s “Big Picnic”

Tickets for the Grady County Historical Society's "Big Picnic" fundraiser and social affair are going fast and only a few remain unsold.
The event will be held next Thursday night, Sept. 21, and organizers encourage all interested to purchase their tickets right away.

BOE approves more stadium improvements

After approving over $20,000 in improvements at West Thomas Stadium last month, the Grady County Board of Education on Tuesday night approved another $24,800 in additional work at the Cairo High School facility.
In August, the board approved $21,004 for drainage improvements at the north end of the stadium. As part of the work, Maintenance Director Dave Mitchell brought forward additional recommendations.

Prince and Tobar question county’s consultant for lake development

The Grady County Commission and Grady County Lake Authority held a joint meeting last Wednesday where they discussed a proposal to engage a firm to conduct a market research of Tired Creek Lake.
The county’s consultant on Tired Creek Lake development, William F. Butler, met with the local leaders last week to discuss his recommendation to contract with Robert Charles Lesser & Co., LLC (RCLCO) Real Estate Advisors.

Bainbridge fan arrested for disorderly conduct Friday night

Cairo Police arrested a fan of Bainbridge High School during the football game against Cairo High School Friday night after the fan allegedly refused to follow a police order.

CPD offering firearms course

The Cairo Police Department is offering a firearms training class next week to the first 20 to register. The two-part class begins the evening of Thursday, Sept. 14 and ends on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 16. The $25 class tuition will benefit the Shop with a Cop Program of the Cairo Police Department.

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