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Cancer research keeps local youth alive, provides hope

Cancer research keeps local youth alive, provides hope

Jordan Poitevint had just entered her first year at Auburn University when she was diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML) two days after her 20th ... Read more

Latest news

City Council approves downtown street closures

Tuesday night the Bainbridge City Council approved three downtown street closures that will take place in October. The first closure, which will affect Broughton Street ... Read more

  1. BLT invites all to run ‘Barefoot in the Park’
  2. Defendants respond to prosecutors with opposing motion
  3. Home Depot security breach hits local Bank of the Ozarks members’ accounts

The Latest


  Three generations of art displayed at Firehouse Gallery

Three generations of art displayed at Firehouse Gallery

Art lovers will have a chance to time travel at the Firehouse Center’s first art show of the season. Read more

Decatur EMS shows renovated headquarters at open house

Thursday morning, Decatur County EMS hosted an open house so community members could see the newly renovated facilities. “The only thing I’m sorry didn’t happen ... Read more

Local man charged with child molestation, cruelty to children

Wednesday a Bainbridge man was arrested in Valdosta after a three-month long investigation by Decatur County Sheriff’s Office investigators concerning child abuse allegations. Christopher Michael ... Read more


  Full DDS station opens to community

Full DDS station opens to community

Recovery resident Terry Smith left the new Department of Driver’s Services station on Dothan Highway Thursday morning with a smile on his face. No longer ... Read more

Decatur County native Maggie Bridges prepares for the final night of Miss America Sunday

When Maggie Bridges went to Atlantic City to represent the state of Georgia in the Miss America Contest, she didn’t go alone.  A whole corps ... Read more

  1. Woman’s ‘black out’ en route to hospital creates accident on West Street
  2. Locals go extra mile for Miss Georgia Maggie Bridges
  3. Uncle Bill’s hopes to offer Bainbridge something new
  4. School enrollment numbers down
  5. Decatur County Courthouse shows signs of neglect, lasting damage
  6. Climax enjoys old-fashioned peanut boiling
  7. Rivers Alive scheduled for Oct. 4
  8. Small fire at Jones Wheat Elementary School extinguished by Principal Clark
  9. Entering auto cases reported throughout week in Bainbridge
  10. Bainbridge sees rise in Labor Day vehicle accidents, fewer DUI cases
  11. Hobby presents 2015 budget at public hearing
  12. Jernigan Memorial dedicated at SGA
  13. Harrison named Chamber president, Dowdy assumes executive V.P. seat
  14. SIPS continues to clean up trash, airport still affected by debris
  15. Court files motion to protect gov’t witnesses in indicted deputies case
  16. Downtown Bainbridge recognized by Gov. Deal, Glover receives professional certification
  17. Truhett relives Hurricane Katrina at Rotary Club
  18. City of Bainbridge budget draft gives insight to future plans
  19. Former BPS Director Duke remembered fondly by city
  20. Decatur EMS unveils remount design for new Decatur County ambulances
  21. Seminole County Jail escapee captured in Bainbridge

Sports

Lady Cougar volleyball loses region game, shuts out Lady Crusaders

Coach Erwin Harrell’s Grace Christian Academy Lady Cougars volleyball team divided two matches last week. Read more

Lady Cats softball shut out Lady Pirates 9-0 in Colquitt, improve record to 9-3

Coach Amy Thomas’s Bainbridge High School Lady Cats softball team shut out the Miller County High School Lady Pirates 9-0 Monday in Colquitt. Read more

YMCA inaugural youth triathlon puts young athletes to the test

Saturday’s youth triathlon at the Bainbridge-Decatur County YMCA drew youngsters ranging in age from eight to 18 competing in swimming, biking and running. Read more

  1. Harris, Greene lead cross-country at Lee County Invitational
  2. After two tough battles at home, the Bearcats march into Yellow Jacket territory Friday
  3. Bearcats rally for close win over Tornadoes
  4. Seventh grade Bearcats trample Bulldogs 20-14 in Thomasville
  5. Kelly returns as Bainbridge Leisure Services director
  6. Lady Cats softball takes first region loss, edges Lady Rebels Thursday
  7. Crump commits to UGA basketball

Special Section

Editorials

Henry House opening is good sign for future of local business

Bainbridge has something extremely special in the works with the newly renovated Henry House opening its doors soon. Six different businesses have set up shop ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

The winner of the Miss America pageant was clear to me

How would you feel to have 6.7 million sets of eyes trained on your every move ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor

This letter is in response to an ad printed in the Post-Searchlight on August 13, 2014 from Concerned Employees of Grady EMC. We appreciate your ... Read more

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