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The board also approves several field trips and a bandwidth increase request.

  • By Terry Lewis

    terry.lewis@albanyherald.com

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Georgia House Speaker David Ralston, Blue Ridge, announced the members of the House Rural Development Council on Thursday. This council, which includes Rep. Ed Rynders, R-Leesburg, passed as HR 389 during the recent legislative session and is to work with rural communities to find ways to encourage economic growth.

  • By Terry Lewis

    terry.lewis@albanyherald.com

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As a boy growing up in Albany during the early ’60s, State School Superintendent Richard Woods lived on Vick Street. He attended nearby Morningside Elementary as a first-grader until his family moved to Virginia Beach, Va., after his third-grade year. Friday morning Woods let nostalgia get the better of him as he visited his old school.

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Tristan Denley, vice chancellor for academic affairs for the Tennessee Board of Regents, has been named chief academic officer and executive vice chancellor of academic affairs for the University System of Georgia.

  • By Jim Hendricks

    jim.hendricks@albanyherald.com

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Judicial Watch is threatening to sue Georgia’s elections office over what the conservative organization contends is over-registration of voters in 10 counties, including Lee County. The county’s election chief says voter registration is being properly maintained.

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