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Two BHS band students to continue music education at chosen university

Bainbridge High School band seniors Kaitlin Floyd and Brooklyn Willis are excited to announce they will be furthering their music education next year at University ... Read more

11 mins ago by Jill Holloway.

Bands earn Superior Rating for 36th Consecutive Year

Congratulations to the Bainbridge High School Symphonic and Concert Bands! On March 25th, both bands earned Superior Ratings for the 36th CONSECUTIVE YEAR. A Superior ... Read more

13 mins ago by Staff Reports.

Nomad Nurse now offering Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

Located off of South Scott Street, The Nomad Nurse is currently offering the Moderna coronavirus vaccine, with the first shipment of 200 arriving this week. ... Read more

16 mins ago by Ethan Reddish.

Decatur County Commissioners honor Captain Justin Bedwell

During Tuesday morning’s County Commissioner meeting, the Board of Commissioners presented the family of the late Captain Justin Bedwell with a plaque in honor of ... Read more

19 mins ago by Ethan Reddish.

City hires new horticulturist

The City of Bainbridge recently hired a new horticulturist Kyle Manderscheid to help maintain the grounds and beautify the upcoming landscape in Chason Park. Manderscheid ... Read more

23 mins ago by Jill Holloway.

Decatur County YMCA begins Couch Potato to 5K training

In preparation for the upcoming Beat the Badge 5k run, the Bainbridge YMCA is hosting the Couch Potato to 5k program. These practice runs are ... Read more

2 days ago by Ethan Reddish.

E&L’s Variety Store holds ribbon cutting ceremony

E & L’s Variety Store opened its doors on Friday, April 10. They hosted a grand opening with free giveaways! Laura Rhymes, owner of the ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Rotary Club hears more of downtown development at meeting

Last week’s Rotary program was presented by the Downtown Development Authority. This week the program was given by one of the major developers, Tyler Thomas ... Read more

7 days ago by Carolyn Iamon.

Georgia wins Water War with unanimous SCOTUS decision

The Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision on Thursday in regards to the ongoing dispute between Florida and Georgia over Georgia farmer’s usage of ... Read more

7 days ago by Ethan Reddish.

Tree removal on Monroe St. expected to last several days

Last week, work began on removing a cypress tree on Monroe Street. The tree’s knees had begun growing into and crushing the storm drain boxes ... Read more

7 days ago by Ethan Reddish.

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