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Calypso named "Top Dog"
Earlier today the Crisp County 4-H sponsored their annual Dog Show for young competitors and their canine companions held this year at the Crisp Regional Hospital Park.
Crisp commissioners approve FY 2015 budget
Crisp County Board of Commissioners used a Friday called meeting to place their stamp of approval on a balanced FY 2015 budget of $22,696,085.
Vienna couple dead in apparent murder-suicide
A Vienna couple is dead as the result of an apparent murder-suicide that took place at the family home late Thursday night, but authorities aren’t saying which of them died first or how their deaths occurred.
Wreck victim identified
The identity of the driver killed in a noon-hour Thursday wreck on U.S. Hwy. 280 W. has been identified by authorities.
Trio faces drug possession charges levied by Crisp Sheriff's Office
A Wilcox County resident and two out-of-state subjects passing through the city have been arrested on drug charges filed by the Crisp County Sheriff’s Office.
County commissioners to hold called meeting Friday for FY2015 budget
Crisp County Board of Commissioners will hold a called meeting Friday at 10 a.m. to consider the proposed Fiscal 2015 budget as well as a new contract for jail services with the City of Cordele.
One deceased in Hwy 280 wreck
At least one person has been confirmed deceased as a result of the accident which occured near the Greenco Fire Station on Hwy 280 West.
Aid sought for local family displaced by storm
Financial assistance remains the gravest need for a Jamestown Road family left homeless by last Saturday’s thunderstorm that included straight-line winds in excess of 60 mph and heavy rainfall.
Hancock officially qualifies for the No. 4 sheriff's office special election
Billy Hancock and Crisp County Board of Elections supervisor Brenda Turner shake hands after the former officially qualifyied Monday to seek office for the remaining 2 1/2 years left on the unexpired term of late Crisp County Sheriff Donnie Haralson.
Police identify officer involved in Friday wreck at busy intersection
The Georgia State Patrol has yet to release results of its investigation into a noon-hour Friday two-vehicle wreck that sent a local police officer and a private citizen to the hospital for treatment.
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