Danny Carter

Managing Editor

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danny.carter@albanyherald.com

Danny Carter is managing editor of The Albany Herald. He is the newspaper's primary assignment editor and is in charge of news, sports, desk and photography operations.

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Business Portfolio - Jan. 25, 2015

News about Albany area business leaders

Marc Skalla, president of SASCO Chemicals in Albany, has elected to the National Association of Manufacturers Executive Committee.

Applications sought for Lee County leadership class

Program begins Feb. 19 and continues through March 26

The program’s mission is to enhance leadership opportunities by increasing the participant’s knowledge of the community’s economic strengths, the infrastructure of the community, and exposing them to challenges and issues confronting the community.

Religion Bulletin - Jan. 23, 2015

Weekly news on religion

Former President Jimmy Carter is not scheduled to teach Sunday School this Sunday at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains.

Religion Bulletin - Jan. 17, 2015

First Bethesda plans pastor observance ceremony

Former President Jimmy Carter is not scheduled to teach Sunday School this Sunday at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains.

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Lee County Commission makes first-of-year appointments

Rick Muggridge is chosen to serve as chairman for a third year

Billy Mathis was barely five minutes into his first meeting with the Lee County Commission when he got his first assignment.

Religion Bulletin - Jan. 9, 2015

Carter to teach Sunday School in Plains

Baconton United Methodist Church will host a gospel sing at 7 p.m. today featuring Higher praise from Telfair County.

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Leesburg Council receives clean audit

Council scheduled planning retreat for Jan. 31

City Manager Bob Alexander said the city has begun a 12-month process through Georgia Municipal Association to update city codes and have a legal review of all its codes and agreements. When finished, Alexander said the codes will be online and can be updated as needed.

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Lee County has funding for insurance risk pool

High claims lead to changes in Lee insurance coverage

Lee County Manager Ron Rabun says the county budget has the funds to pay for a new insurance plan to combat spiraling claims by county employees, but it won’t come without casualties.

Albany Area Religion Bulletin Dec. 27, 2014

Jimmy Carter to teach in Plains Sunday

Second Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of Bronwood will host a pastor installation service at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

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Large claims drive insurance costs higher for Lee County employees

Rates for employees of Lee County will go up 5-8 percent in February

The employees will pay more for their county insurance coverage beginning Feb. 1. The rate increases will be 5 percent for employee-only coverage, 6 percent for employee and child, 7 percent for employee and spouse, and 8 percent for family. Those with covered spouses who have access to insurance from the spouse’s employer will be subject to a monthly $125 surcharge.

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