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District attorney calls for deeper probe into alleged misappropriation of funds
11/14/2018

South Georgia Judicial Circuit District Attorney Joe Mulholland is calling for additional investigation into alleged misappropriation of funds by former Grady County clerk Carrie Croy.
Mulholland told The Messenger Tuesday that after reviewing the information provided to him by Grady County auditor Perry Henry, he is ordering an investigation to determine the extent of the problem.

Golf course owners meeting again to discuss future plans
11/14/2018

Shareholders of Cairo Recreation LLC, owners of Tired Creek Golf Course, will meet again this week to make plans for the future of the local 18-hole golf course.
Due to a failure to meet the legally required meeting notification, no official business could be conducted at a meeting of the shareholders held on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Following that meeting, shareholders were notified of a meeting to be held Thursday, Nov. 15 beginning at 7 p.m. at the clubhouse at the course.

Presbyterians hosting Kirking O’ the Tartans service this Sunday
11/14/2018

Cairo Presbyterian Church is again hosting its Kirking O' the Tartans on Sunday, Nov. 18, beginning at 4 p.m.
Church leaders say they began holding these celebrations of family and heritage back in 2000 and continue to welcome all to join them for the unique service.

Watching expenses like a hawk, Broome says teachers will get paid two weeks early
11/14/2018

Grady County School System employees will be paid this Friday before the week-long Thanksgiving break, but Finance Officer Dan Broome told the school board Tuesday night he is having to watch every dollar.

Addleton’s extended absence prompts questions
11/14/2018

Cairo City Manager Chris Addleton has been out of work for the last several weeks due to illness and on Monday night questions about the day-to-day management of the city government were raised by Mayor Booker Gainor and local resident Sondra Jones.
Mayor Gainor asked during this week’s council meeting to whom issues should be directed, the city clerk or the city manager’s administrative assistant.

 
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