News for Sunday, November 8, 2009


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UPDATE: ADICA authorizes repayment plan to city of $500,000

The board of the Albany-Dougherty Inner City Authority unanimously agreed today in a called meeting to authorize a repayment plan that would return $500,000 back to the Albany City Commission.

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Withers, Fye are the toasts of recent meet

Two members of the Flint River Rapids shine at a recent Carrollton meet.

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Poker gets to the nitty-gritty

Joe Cada, 21, looks to become youngest WSOP champion in Las Vegas.

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'Noles sense urgency

Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder might not play against Wake Forest due to a dislocated shoulder, and the Seminoles are in danger of their first losing season since 1976.

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Ealey gives fans hope for bright future

Freshman Washaun Ealey, Orson Charles are among first-year players who shined for the Georgia Bulldogs during their win against Tennessee Tech on Saturday.

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Johnson's gutsy call leads to win

Georgia Tech, now ranked seventh in the country, takes on the personality of its coach, Paul Johnson, and that plays a huge role in Saturday's 30-27 overtime victory in Atlanta against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

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Student wins essay contest

West Town Elementary fifth-grade student Danielle Hatten captures first place in an essay contest on disaster preparedness.

Phoebe using new technology

Technology that allows faster processing of blood was launched in June.

Officials promote pneumonia vaccine

Approximately 70 million Americans who could take advantage of the pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV) have not, the CDC says.

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Warwick man part of WWII family

Grady West, along with four of his brothers and one sister, served during the World War II.