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Lawmen move quickly to nab alleged shooter

The day after an 18-year-old boy from Climax was shot in Cairo, Cairo Police had a Pelham teenager in custody charged in the incident. The altercation happened last week in the 800 block of 10th Street Northeast.
Radel Sweet of Climax was shot around 6:25 p.m. Tuesday, July 31.

Tired Creek Lake to be open for teal season, hunting fees set

During its monthly meeting last Thursday, the Grady County Lake Authority approved fees for hunting during the upcoming teal season at Tired Creek Lake.
Lake authority executive director Mike Binion says that teal seasons runs Sept. 8 - Sept. 23.
Hunting will be permitted at the lake on Wednesdays and Saturdays during the teal season.

Grady EMC board to meet in Bainbridge on Friday morning

Grady EMC board to meet in Bainbridge on Friday morning
A special called board meeting of the Grady Electric Membership Corporation will be held in Bainbridge this Friday.
The Grady EMC board is scheduled to meet at 9 a.m. at the Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center at Southern Regional Technical College, formerly Bainbridge State College, 2500 E. Shotwell Street.
The purpose of the meeting is for mediation with President Thomas A. (Bo) Rosser Jr., concerning employment contract negotiations and/or contract buyout, a settlement of all claims between Rosser, Grady EMC, its directors and contractors and other matters that may come before the board.

Some see defaulting on bonds as way to avoid tax hike

If some Grady County taxpayers have their way, the Board of Commissioners will walk away from the Tired Creek Lake project and default on the bonds issued to finance the construction of the lake.
Such a drastic approach was the suggestion of local residents John Monds, Dr. Jeff Bivins, and Alan Parks.

More than 800 local students reached by Back-2-School Blitz

More than 800 Grady County students took advantage of the 9th annual Back-2-School Blitz to receive free school supplies. “it was a successful event and the families were so appreciative,” states Nola Daughtry, executive director of Grady County Family Connections and organizer of the give-away.

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