CORDELE — The countdown is almost over the Annual Cordele Christmas parade is about to begin. In less than one hour 7th street in downtown will be filled with bright lights and decorative floats as parade participants march or ride down the city street from City Hall to the Community Clubhouse. The parade begins at 6 p.m and there will there will be plenty of excitement and candy for the kiddies. There will even be a jolly guest at the end sure to make the young and young at heart smile.
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Fire hydrant flushing will begin Monday
On Monday, April 28, the City of Cordele's Utilities Department will begin flushing fire hydrants from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Nightclub checks leads to multiple arrests by police
Local authorities conducting an age compliance check Friday and Saturday at two local nightclubs took seven persons into custody on an assortment of charges.
Police respond to disturbances that result in injuries
Violence was involved in four incidents Cordele Police Department officers were recently called to investigate as well as another case that occurred in January.
Crisp school superintendent resigns
Crisp County Board of Education members said in a news release submitted Tuesday to news media member they regretted to announce Dr. Rhonda Hayes had submitted her resignation as superintendent of the local public school system.
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Governor Deal signs key bill at local airport
Governor Nathan Deal signed Senate Bill 213 better known as the “Flint River Drought Protection Act,” at Crisp County-Cordele Airport on Wednesday.
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