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Albany Marines from Mentors in Action present Thanksgiving baskets to schoolchildren

Students from three schools get Thanksgiving dinners from Albany Marines

Mentors in Action, or MIA, is partnered with three Albany schools to provide mentorship opportunities to students.

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Albany Marine base earns Energy Star Award

Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany receives the Environmental Protection Agency Energy Combined Heat and Power Award

The Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany was awarded the United States Environmental Protection Agency Energy Star Combined Heat and Power Award this week.

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Runners get wet and muddy and MCLB-Albany Devil Dog Run

Second annual Marine Mud Run gets even tougher

The Dirty Devil Dog Mud Run provides a muddy workout and toys for underprivileged kids.

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Albany Technical College hosts first Veterans Day celebration

Albany Area YMCA president and CEO serves as Veterans Day keynote speaker

Albany Technical College hosted its first ever Veterans Day ceremony Tuesday, at the college’s Kirkland Center.

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Albany State University observes Veterans Day

Col. Yori Escalante, chief of staff at Marine Corps Logistics Command, says veterans have traits worth emulating

Albany State University honored U.S. military veterans with a ceremony commemorating Veterans Day at L Orene Hall on Monday.

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New Albany monument honors World War II veterans (NEW VIDEO TUESDAY)

A large crowd attends the unveiling of WWII monument at Albanys Veterans Park

A new World War II monument at Veterans Park in Albany is a public reminder of the sacrifices made by the men and women of the American armed forces.

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Albany Veterans Day observances planned

Two men associated with the Albany Marine base will speak at Veterans Day events Monday

In addition to programs at Albany colleges, American Legionnaires will dedicate a new monument to World War II veterans on Veterans Day.

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Military veterans deserve our thanks and praise

ALBANY HERALD EDITORIAL: Without Americans willing to serve in the military, U.S. democracy could not survive

Today and Monday, America observes the birthday of the Marine Corps and Veterans Day.

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MARY BRASWELL: Looking Back at veterans and war

HISTORY: Here is a look back at veterans, wars and facts surrounding the two

Veterans Day is a salute to all the men and women who have and are serving to protect the freedom enjoyed by all Americans.

Albany Area Births - Nov. 10, 2013

Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Oct. 28 - Nov. 3, 2013.

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Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany receives recognition from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

An Albany Marine base was one of two federal facilities to recently receive an ENERGY STAR award

Combined Heat and Power, also known as cogeneration, simultaneously produces electricity and useful steam or hot water from a single heat source, using fuels such as natural gas or renewable landfill gas — helping federal facilities achieve goals to reduce carbon pollution and energy use.

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Albany Marines celebrate 238th birthday of U.S. Marine Corps

The U.S. Marine Corps, founded in 1775, is celebrating its birthday on Sunday

The Marine Corps birthday has been observed since a 1921 order by then-Commandant Gen. John LeJuene as a reminder of the accomplishments of the Corps from its service since 1775.

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Jameson Inn changes name to Baymont Inn and Suites

Albany’s Jameson Inn chnages its name to Baymont Inn and Suites after undergoing extensive remodeling

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Dougherty schools OK 5-year agreement with MCLB-Albany

Children of Marines can attend schools outside their zones under the Dougherty School Board agreement

Child Nutrition Director Blaine Allen aims to eliminate all salt from Dougherty County school menus by 2015

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Darton nursing program receives positive review

National agency looks favorably on Darton nursing program

The recommendation comes not long after the school graduated it’s first group of 17 students receiving Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees this past July.