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Laura Register returns from White House summit
6/22/2016

Laura Register returns from White House summit
Home from a two-day summit in Washington, D.C., Laura Register says she is energized after learning what women across the globe are doing to support one another.
Register was selected to attend the United State of Women Summit convened by the White House, June 14-16, where speakers included leaders in business, government, non profit, the economy, higher education, the arts and more. The Grady countian admits she’s slightly star struck by all of the notable speakers she was able to hear.

Thursday storm packed a punch
6/22/2016

A fierce storm thundered through Grady County Thursday afternoon, pulling the plug on air conditioning, wifi and light for thousands of people, some for more than 12 hours. Trees and limbs were no match for the high winds and wind gusts, which pulled them down onto power lines. Grady EMC and City of Cairo report a combined 5,729 customers were without power after the storm hit around 4 p.m. Thursday.
Groundbreaking for new school facility is Thursday
6/22/2016

Grady County will play host to Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle tomorrow when he travels to Cairo for the official groundbreaking for the new Cairo High School College and Career Academy.
The festivities are set to begin at 1:30 p.m.

Moratorium may have to be extended
6/22/2016

A moratorium on the construction of chicken houses in Grady County may have to be extended county commissioners said Tuesday night.
Grady County administrator Carlos Tobar has not provided county attorney Kevin S. Cauley suggested revisions to the county's code of ordinances regulating chicken houses that were discussed at a work session Cauley was not invited to two weeks ago.

Fireworks show planned for July 4
6/1/2016

In just one month Grady Countians will once again be treated to an Independence Day fireworks display.
The fireworks show planned for Monday, July 4, 2016, will be held at West Thomas Stadium and there is no admission.
The event is being sponsored by local contributors and the City of Cairo and Grady County Board of Commissioners.

 
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