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County discusses road project

By Victoria Simmons The Georgia Post Estimates for the Rowell Road project for which a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) was going to be sought, came in higher than expected.…

Two new policemen for RPD

Chief Ty Matthews of the Roberta Police Department informed the Georgia Post on Friday, January 13 that the two vacant police officer positions have been filled. The positions opened on…

Jugfest looking for sponsors

The Georgia JugFest is looking for sponsors to carry on the legacy of history, pottery and more for the 11th annual Georgia JugFest set for May 16, 2015. This year’s…

Two arrested on drug charges

A woman and a man from Roberta were arrested on drug charges following a home search. On March 13, 2015, members of the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office and the Drug…

New book highlights towns that vanished from Crawford

New book highlights towns that vanished from Crawford

Billy Powell, author and journalist, and Victoria Simmons, a newspaper editor for almost 40 years teamed up to write Vanished Towns Revisited: Crawford County and Byron. More than 500 towns…

Take GED practice test free

If you need your GED but are leery about taking it, Central Georgia Technical College, is offering you a possible solution and it’s free. From September 22- October 3, you…

CCHS designated Highest Progress

Crawford County High School (CCHS) received a Highest-Progress designation from the state for 2014. The Highest-Progress reward is one of the Georgia Department of Education’s awards, which is designated as…

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