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Gilliard asks for principal’s resignation
1/17/2018

A Grady County principal is out of a job and a new principal has been installed.
Grady County School Superintendent Dr. Kermit Gilliard late last week asked for the resignation of Southside Elementary School Principal Stacey Whigham and she tendered a letter of resignation through her attorney, Charles Ferenchick, on Monday, according to the superintendent.

City officials blame freezing temps for discolored water
1/17/2018

Some Cairo residents have experienced rusty or discolored water over the last two weeks and city officials are not exactly sure what is causing it.
City of Cairo Public Works Director Darin Todd told The Messenger this week that the first complaints were received by the City around New Year's Day when temperatures dipped into the 20s.

Registration fees for Recreation Dept. activities to rise
1/17/2018

It will cost more money for local youth to participate in Grady County Recreation Department activities in 2018.
Grady County commissioners on Tuesday night approved rate increases proposed by Recreation Department Director Becky Bracewell.
According to Bracewell, the last time registration fees were adjusted was 2007.

Who will be the Best of Grady Co.?
1/10/2018

Only the readers of The Cairo Messenger will decide who will earn the title of “Best of Grady County” for 2018.
Inside this issue of The Cairo Messenger on Page A10 you will find a ballot to cast your vote for the “Best Of Grady County” as part of the newspaper’s annual reader’s choice awards contest.

 
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