Cordele — Santa and Mrs. Claus made a stop at PlantersFirst Bank Thursday, and children had an opportunity to talk with them and receive a piece of candy.
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Chamber plans to give new awards
Cordele-Crisp Chamber of Commerce has begun taking nominations for its “exceedingly excellent teacher” award, and it has added three new awards that also will be presented at the annual meeting in January.
ROBBERY UPDATE: Arrests made
They weren’t armed with a gun and they didn’t wait until the cover of darkness, but several black males did commit the city’s fourth armed robbery within a six-day span late Thursday afternoon.
Children send birthday wishes to Jesus
Christmas is just around the corner and as we all busy ourselves with the commercial side of the holiday let us not forget the real reason for the season the birth of our Savior.
4th armed robbery in week reported
They weren’t armed with a gun and they didn’t wait until the cover of darkness, but two black males did commit the city’s fourth armed robbery within a six-day span late Thursday afternoon.
Community prays for Sheriff Haralson
Citizens, law enforcement officials and friends joined together Tuesday night to light candles and share in a time of prayer to honor Sheriff Donnie Haralson.
Gateway project takes off
New signage and attractive landscaping soon will be inviting travelers on I-75 to stop and spend some time in Crisp County.
Motorist runs into sign
A 16th Ave. motorist ran off the roadway at 5th St. and struck a sign at Access Loan about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Burglary arrest made
Crisp County Sheriff’s Office deputies have made an arrest in connection with six residential burglaries that recently occurred in the Lakeshore Way and Lakeshear Court areas of Lake Blackshear.
Clerk shot in one of three armed robberies now under police investigation
In the wake of three armed robberies that occurred here within a four-day period, Cordele Police Department officers are ramping up their patrol of the city in an effort to put the culprits behind bars.
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