77 balloons released for child abuse victims in the region

77 balloons released for child abuse victims in the region

Wednesday blue balloons flew over the gazebo in Willis Park into blinding sunlight. A group of supporters that gathered to release them for Child Abuse ... Read more

Latest news

One middle schooler wants to make Bainbridge a better place

Last Tuesday, the city of Bainbridge recognized the winner and runner up in the annual Georgia Municipal Association “If I Were Mayor…” essay contest. The ... Read more

  1. Decatur County Board of Commissioners discusses landfill use
  2. YMCA keeps kids’ minds and bodies active
  3. Car stolen from church lot on Easter Sunday

The Latest

City confirms there is policy for water shut off

It was revealed last week that the Bainbridge city manager had been severely delinquent for paying water, gas and other city utility bills for his ... Read more


  Climax holds another successful Ham and Egg Supper

Climax holds another successful Ham and Egg Supper

A cool ham and egg supper,” some said. Others said, “Don’t you mean cold!” Another cold snap blew itself in on Thursday, April 17, just ... Read more


  Students work creatively to design disc golf course

Students work creatively to design disc golf course

This week the Bainbridge Rotary Club heard how two Bainbridge High School senior girls took on a challenge from Principal Tommie Howell to design a ... Read more

Tuition sees hike in Georgia colleges

Tuition prices are going up for college students in Georgia for 27 universities and colleges due to a budget plan approved by the Georgia Board ... Read more


  Bearcats tennis teams named region champs

Bearcats tennis teams named region champs

The Bainbridge High School tennis teams ruled the Bill Reynolds Tennis Complex Thursday, taking home region championship trophies for both the Bearcats and the Lady ... Read more

  1. Decatur County fights cancer with Relay for Life
  2. Bainbridge city manager accrued thousands for unpaid water bills | 2 comments
  3. Bainbridge Special Olympics prepares for fifth year
  4. Bainbridge opts out of Decatur County solid waste services
  5. Downtown Bainbridge gears up for an evening of local art and wine
  6. Running car stolen from parking lot
  7. Wounded Warriors hunt turkeys
  8. Rotary hears from student winners of Rotary Youth Leadership Award
  9. Crave expands to The Yard
  10. Victim shot in knee on MLK Street
  11. House shot, no suspects in case
  12. Bainbridge State College Model UN wins coveted award
  13. Easter egg hunt scheduled for boat basin
  14. Rotarians hear of new Georgia Student Growth Model
  15. County dedicates historical landmark
  16. County job rates improve, show room for growth
  17. Commissioner Mosely named Daugherty County’s new school superintendent | 1 comment
  18. County sets deadlines for EMS proposals
  19. Pollen levels in Bainbridge expected to reach high levels
  20. Council moves to meet once a month, adopts new ordinance
  21. EMS employee who refused mutual aid terminated
  22. Memorial Hospital turns 54 — leaders, employees reflect back

Sports

Bainbridge basketball to celebrate season at annual banquet this week

The 2013-2014 Bainbridge High School Bearcats and Lady Cats basketball teams will be honored at the annual basketball awards banquet Thursday at 6 p.m. at ... Read more

As an old time soccer player, this time of year takes me back

Soccer is an interesting sport for me, personally. I grew up playing it every spring season up until tenth grade. Aside from baseball and golf, ... Read more

Bainbridge track looks forward to state sectionals

Twenty-six Bainbridge High School Bearcat and Lady Cat track performers will be competing Saturday in the state class AAAAA sectional meet at Stars Mills High ... Read more

  1. Bainbridge tennis runs through first round of state tournament
  2. School system enters test season
  3. Deadline for voter registration approaches
  4. Bubba the bulldog is on the top
  5. Bearcat baseball drops both games in doubleheader
  6. Lady Cats take down Dothan, Bearcats fall
  7. Strike Zone: A senior Bearcat pitcher has an arm that lasts entire games

Special Section

Editorials

The saying ‘there’s nothing new under the sun’ is true

I was afraid of the shenanigans that were played out in Nevada a few weeks ago and was glad when everything calmed down a little. ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Why has it come to this point?

What a sad, sad week for our community. Just when you might think the behavior of ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Thank you for writing about William Peabody

Dear editor, I really enjoyed the nice article Joyce Kramer did on William Peabody. My husband, Bill Fleming’s third great grandfather. If you attended the ... Read more

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