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ABAC First Tuesday Concerts Begin Oct. 5 in Howard Auditorium

TIFTON, Georgia —The ABAC music faculty and The Waybacks will be highlighted in the Welcome Back to Music Concert which kicks off the much loved First Tuesday Concert Series at 7 p.m. on Oct. 5 at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Cancelled in 2020 because of the pandemic, the First Tuesday series has captured the spirits…

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Lakeland Community Patroness Dies at 97

By Carol A. Gasser Moore LAKELAND, Georgia – Devoted to her family and community, it is hard to drive through Lakeland and not be touched by the influence  of Mrs. Nell Roquemore and her grace, love of beauty, quick wit and passion.  Her midas touch and commemoration of those, who have grown up here, has…

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PRAISE REPORT

By Gary Toole, The Christian Way Ministries I wanted to be in style and so I bought me a pair of these awesome (yes, I finally used that word) mud bogging shoes with the heavy track soles and heels that is supposed to keep you from having an accident.  Wrong!!  Those things will get you…

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City of Lakeland: Possible Intended VS. Unintended Corruptive Practices: Missed Opportunity or Unintended Corruption

By Carol A. Gasser Moore LAKELAND, Georgia –.  On August 17, 2021, the City of Lakeland held a Called Lakeland City Council meeting in which it revisited the disapproval of one specific recent Alcohol License Application which was denied.  As the meeting progressed, the Lanier County News (LCN) learned that Lakeland City Mayor Bill Darsey…

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LETTER TO AMERICA

Dear Editor, When I heard Dr. Fauci and others talking about “Gain-of-Function”, I started to look into that.  To me it was not right to be messing around trying to make a virus more dangerous and easier to be transmitted.  That is crazy.   This is what I have found and it seems to be the…

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COVID Cases Rising Across Region: Lanier County Sees 137 New Cases in 14 Days

LAKELAND, Georgia – New COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the rise with many counties seeing daily case increases comparable to, and for some even higher than, those seen during the first COVID-19 wave in 2020. The Georgia Department of Public Health reports that, from August 7-August 13, Lanier County reported 79 new COVID-19 laboratory…

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Miller Credits City Employees

By Carol A. Gasser Moore LAKELAND, Georgia – “I would like to start by saying how truly blessed we are to have our good city employees.  I am truly grateful for the fact that they are willing to pitch in and come out on a Sunday to help with an emergency. It was transforming Sunday…

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