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LANIER COUNTY’s COVID-19 CONFIRMED CASES FOLLOW GEORGIA’S STATE-WIDE TRENDS

  By Carol A. Gasser Moore LANIER COUNTY, Georgia – This week in Georgia brought the largest single-day rise in deaths since 78 were reported May 21.  In Lanier County, the Georgia of Department of Public Health (DPH) has not added the two known Lanier County citizens deaths last week into its count, but they…

LANIER COUNTY’s COVID-19 CONFIRMED CASES FOLLOW GEORGIA’S STATE-WIDE TRENDS

By Carol A. Gasser Moore LANIER COUNTY, Georgia – This week in Georgia brought the largest single-day rise in deaths since 78 were reported May 21.  In Lanier County, the Georgia of Department of Public Health (DPH) has not added the two known Lanier County citizens deaths last week into its count, but they were…

Community Remembers LCHS 2020 Senior: Her Family Needs Support

By Carol A. Gasser Moore   LAKELAND, Georgia – In her short life, Ashley Diane Dahlgren touched the lives of countless people.  She was a girl who was lively, social, friendly, appreciated and she would “light up a room when she walked in.”  Classmates have described her as happy and boisterous with a ready smile. …

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NRDA Trustee Annual Public Meeting July 16 On-line

Register to Join the Trustees for their Annual Public Meeting via Webinar on July 16 about the Gulf Water Restoration  Their website is maintained by NOAA on behalf of the Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Damage Assessment Trustees The Trustee Council will hold the fifth annual public meeting via webinar this year due to current nationwide health concerns. The…

ONE-Mile Upstream Paddle Invitation: Naylor Boat Ramp Out and Back, Alapaha River 2020-06-13

By WWALS, Watershed Alliance LANIER/LOWNDES COUNTY, GEORGIA – Join WWALS for a one-mile paddle upstream and back from the newest boat ramp on the Alapaha River. There’s plenty of room to stay six feet apart on the ground and ten feet apart on the water. When: Gather 9:30 AM, launch 10 AM, Saturday, June 13, 2020…

UPDATE: Presentation adds speaker on sustainable roadways

By DNR BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA – The virtual presentation on energy policy and sustainability slated for noon Friday, June 5, 2020, has added Allie Kelly, the director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation’s “The Ray” project, which seeks to create the most sustainable stretch of highway in America. She will be online from the solar array at Exit…

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