News for Saturday, July 3, 2010


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OUTDOORS: Swamp Sojourn

Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes this week about the the mystique of hunting in the swamp.

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Germany, Spain advance in World Cup

Germany rolls by Argentina, 41; Spain survives, 1-0, against Portugal in World Cup quarterfinals

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Lance Armstrong makes statement on first day of Tour de France

Lance Armstrong, a seven-time winner, is ready to prove his critic were wrong as he begins the Tour de France

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Robbie, white and blue: Knievel jump successful at Valdosta

America's most famous daredevil, Robbie Knievel, jumps the lake at Wild Adventures theme park in Valdosta without a problem.

'Farm to Fork' to benefit Lily Pad

An exclusive dining experience/fundraiser will feature unique Southern dishes prepared by some of the state's top chefs.

Area awaits Fourth's activities

Here's what's happening on the Fourth of July.

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On the Job with Jay Carpenter

Dann Carter holds a Q&A with Jay Carpenter, owner of ADT Security.

APD: Burglars caught in separate cases

Authorities catch alleged burglars as they flee the scenes last week.

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Whatley leaves legacy of caring

Former Dougherty County School Superintendent Sally Whatley, whose last day was Wednesday, reflects on her career.Ethan Fowler, education writer

Kitchen Inspections July 4, 2010

Results of kitchen inspecctions in Dougherty County.

Police/Fire/EMS July 4, 2010

Crime, fire and EMS reports for July 4, 2010.

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Scam targets grandmother

An Albany women sent $2,800 to a con artist she believed was her grandson.

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Lea-ding kids to a better life

From Southwest Georgia Academy to the Olympics, Lea Henry has done it all when it comes to basketball, but in her camps across the Southeast this summer, she's teaching kids more than just hoops.

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Serena rolls to 13th major

Serena William has an easy time winnig her fourth Wimbledon and 13 major