Wednesday Jul 23
Pregnant woman remembered nearly 100 years after horrific lynching
Turner spoke out about the death of her husband, Hayes Turner, who was lynched the day before.
Citrus County Chronicle
Baldner looks for bigger things in 2014
Sort of. Obviously I don't go golfing, stand under trees or stay in the water, but that's about it.
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Education Grants Cause Discussion
By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. A grant proposal that would have partnered Madison County School District with Valdosta State University in focusing on low-income middle school students, encouraging them to "gear up" for success in high school and college, tapped into a source of frustration for several school board members over the ... (more)
Creative Loafing Atlanta
Activists: State should end all Confederate memorials
MOVE ON: After changing the Georgia flag and removing statue of a racist in front of the Capitol , academic and activist want state to do more.
Operation Moody Transition hosts first employer seminar
Kentravious Monds spent two and a half weeks in the hospital after he was shot June 12th.
Florida State University Grad Student Receives Grant
"Getting out that message that anyone can go to grad school and anyone can further their careers," says Lesley Perry of the AAUW.
Rising tide of debt, tough job market hurting college grads
The Grove sales manager Michelle Brown answers questions from a resident. Brown graduated from Georgia Southern University in May of 2014 and has been able to defer payments on her largest student loan while she settles into a career.