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Christmas Parade is Thursday night
12/5/2018

The Cairo Christmas Parade will step off at 7 p.m. tomorrow night, Thursday, Dec. 6, and will follow the traditional route from North Broad Street down through the central business district and end on South Broad Street at the First United Methodist Church.
There are 108 entries this year, including the man of the hour, Ole Saint Nick himself, who will make his first official visit of the season Thursday night.

Investment needed to strengthen local golf course
12/5/2018

In an effort to insure Tired Creek Golf Course continues to be a recreational asset for the community and surrounding area for years to come, a new management company is seeking investment in the new entity.
Tired Creek Management LLC has been organized and is preparing to lease the golf course and assets of the course from Cairo Recreation LLC by the end of the year.
The majority of stockholders in Cairo Recreation LLC have approved leasing the course and assets to Tired Creek Management LLC for the cost of the annual property taxes.

Republicans appear to prevail in runoff
12/5/2018

With 91 percent of the state's precincts reporting, it appeared the republican candidates for Secretary of State and Public Service Commission held off their democratic challengers in Tuesday's general election runoff.

FEMA Events Canceled on Dec. 5
12/5/2018

Due to the National Day of Mourning commemorating the death of former President George H. W. Bush, all federal offices will be closed today, Dec. 5, 2018.
A special event, featuring FEMA rebuilding specialists, will also be closed on Wednesday—at the Walmart in Cairo.

 

Health officials not giving up on new nursing home
11/28/2018

Grady General Hospital is continuing to push for the right to build a skilled nursing center in Cairo. The hospital has appealed the State Department of Community Health’s initial denial of its application for a Certificate of Need to build a 75-bed nursing home. “We have filed an appeal for the Certificate of Need and we’re preparing for a hearing date, which will likely take place next spring,” says Crystal Wells, administrator of GGH.

 
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