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DNR Wild Workshop: Triple Early Childhood Educator Workshop

You can Register online. Triple Early Childhood Educator Workshop November 19, 2022 9am-4pm– Join Projects WILD, WET, and Learning Tree in exploring three early childhood curricula that target ages 3-9. Growing Up WILD: Exploring Nature with Young Children is an early childhood education activity guide that builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them…

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Kick off the Season with These WILD Workshop Opportunities: Salamander Webinar

You can Register online. Salamander Webinar October 20th,2022 4:30pm-6pm–Did you know? The southeastern Appalachians are the salamander capital of the world! Join Georgia DNR biologist, Daniel Sollenberger, to learn more about these special creatures while Georgia DNR educators team up with the Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) and Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy (ARC) to…

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DNR WILD Workshop: Project WILD educator Workshop

 Opportunities; You can Register online. Project WILD educator Workshop October 22nd, 2022 8:30am-4pm–Project WILD is a K-12 interdisciplinary curriculum that examines wildlife concepts from an ecological, social, and sustainable lens. During this in person educator workshop, participants will receive a set of activity guides which includes a basic guide and an aquatic activity guide.   The activity guides containing…

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THE GEORGIA FIRST AMENDMENT FOUNDATION’S 20TH ANNUAL CHARLES L. WELTNER FREEDOM OF INFORMATION BANQUET

Annual Weltner Freedom of Information Celebration! The Georgia First Amendment Foundation is honoring the Cox family with our 2022 Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Award to recognize their more than eight decades of dedication to high-quality local journalism and open government in our state. The award will be accepted by Cox Enterprises Chairman and Chief Executive Officer…

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Forty homes, sites to open for tours during Georgia Trust Fall Ramble in Newnan, Coweta County and Chattahoochee Hills, Oct. 14-16

Guests will tour area’s historic homes and sites ATLANTA, Georgia – Forty historic homes and sites will be open for tours during the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation’s Fall Ramble in Newnan, Coweta County and Chattahoochee Hills, Oct. 14-16. The event will offer visitors and residents alike a rare opportunity to explore private homes not…

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LCHS Football Team Wins!

By Carol A. Gasser Moore LAKELAND, Georgia – The Lanier County High School (LCHS) football won their Homecoming 2022 game with a final score of 14 to 21. The Dawgs played Pelham High School at Roquemore Field. The game, originally scheduled for Friday night, September  30, was moved to Wednesday, September 28th and was held…

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Jashun Wilkins Wanted in Valdosta Teen’s shooting

By Carol A. Gasser Moore VALDOSTA, Georgia – Jashun Wilkins (17) is sought by the Valdosta Police Department, who is asking for area citizen’s help.  Another 17-year-old was walking toward his school bus near Weaver and Laura streets in Valdosta, when he was shot about 7:30 A.M. on Monday (September 26) morning. Citizens are said…

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DNR temporarily closes shellfish harvest due to potential hurricane-associated rainfall and surge

BRUNSWICK, Georgia – The recreational and commercial harvest of shellfish in Georgia’s marine waters will close by administrative order at 6 a.m. Saturday, October 1, 2022, until after the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) determines safe harvesting can restart.  DNR Commissioner Mark Williams today signed an administrative order closing the harvest due to expected rainfall…

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New 2022 LCHS Homecoming Schedule

By Carol A. Gasser Moore LAKELAND, Georgia – LCHS (Lanier County High School) Principal Reada Hamm has notified the LCN (Lanier County News) that inclement weather predictions for Thursday and Friday has prompted a change in its Homecoming 2022 schedule.  Both the 2022 LCHS Homecoming Parade and the LCHS vs. Pelham Football Game have been…

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