Writer with The Albany Herald.
Graham Lowe is 87 years old, although he will try to cheat and claim he is 62. He and W.T. Henry, who passed away last week at the age of 80, had been friends for more than 50 years.
During a recent forum focusing on the region’s work force, Southern Ag Carriers President Hugh Nall lamented that finding qualified CDL drivers was a difficult task for the company and for other haulers nationwide.
Vicki Davis said she was called last year to handle Sherwood Christian Academy’s new information technology programs that were just beginning to focus on internet apps, alternate and augmented reality. Her class is now focused on building an internet app for the school.
After the collapse of the Quail Unlimited group in 2013, Albany area organizers in 2014 decided to continue to showcase the region by keeping the tradition of quail hunting alive and maintaining a signature event in Albany. Quail Forever arose from those ashes.
The Albany-Dougherty T-SPLOST referendum cleared its final hurdle after getting approval late last week from the Dougherty County Board of Elections. The referendum will be the single item on a special election ballot set for March 19.
The National Weather Service in Tallahassee, Fla., has allowed a flood warning for the Kinchafoonee Creek at Pinewood Road eastward to the Flint River in Lee County to expire.
In 2005, a federal jury found Henry Mathis guilty of charges that included extortion and one count of engaging in misleading conduct with the intent to prevent the communication of information relating to a federal offense. Mathis recently found out that his rights have been restored.
The National Weather Service in Tallahassee issued a flood warning this morning for the Kinchafoonee Creek at Pinewood Road eastward to the Flint River in Lee County.