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Joseph Ray McDonald

Glenn and AnnMarie McDonald of Lamar County announce the birth of their son Joseph Ray McDonald Wednesday, March 25, 2009, at Spalding Regional Medical Center in Griffin.

Lamar County Public Notices 03-31-2009

http://www.georgiapublicnotice.com/Notice: Georgia, Lamar County Probate CourtTo: All Interested PersonsMary G. Williamson and Joseph H. Griggs, Jr. has petitioned to be appointed Administrator(s) of the estate of Ray Daniel Griggs, deceased, of said County. (The petitioner…

Local artist goes from UGA to Cortona, Italy

Miriam Rowe has been making and selling jewelry since she was ten. That same love of creating things led her to the art program at the University of Georgia. This May she will graduate from…

Easter Egg Salad

If you are one of those mothers who dreads coloring and hiding Easter eggs because you never know what to do with the eggs once they are found, then you will love this recipe. (Salad…

C&D landfill battle back in court today

The battle over E.T. Carlyle Co.’s proposed construction and demolition landfill returns to Lamar County superior court today at 9 a.m.Judge Johnnie L. Caldwell Jr. of the Griffin Judicial Circuit will hear the company’s motion…

Keith Lassiter to retire

Keith Lassiter, Lamar County Cooperative Extension Coordinator and Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent will retire March 31, after more than 33 years with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Lassiter began…

Earth Hour to be observed by several Barnesville residents

Granted the movement is far more publicized in larger cities and by celebrities across the board, some Barnesville citizens are picking up on Earth Hour and vowing to switch their lights off at 8:30pm EST.This…

Localized flooding from heavy rains receding

Most areas of Barnesville-Lamar County received between 4.5 to 5 inches of rain over the past 48 hours, resulting in localized flooding. The rain has now ended and waters are receding though creeks and ponds…

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