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Quick, Easy Ways to add Warmth to Your Home Décor for Fall

September 18, 2014, Posted In: Lifestyle
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Quick, Easy Ways to add Warmth  to Your Home Décor for Fall

(StatePoint) We all get bored from time to time and want to change things up. While it’s easy to add items to your wardrobe or try a new hairstyle, it may not always feel as easy to change the look and feel of your home. You may not realize small, quick updates to your home can make a big impact — and changing things seasonally can keep things fresh. With that in mind, here are a few ways to give your home a fall makeover without a complete overhaul. Swap out Art Who says you have to keep the same…

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Mother Charged for Leaving Kids in Car

September 18, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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Last Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 1:19 p.m., Sylvester Police officers responded to the Family Dollar on Highway 82 in reference to children being left in an unattended vehicle.  Upon arrival, officers found a one-year-old boy and a two-year-old girl strapped into a child safety seat in the back seat of the car. The mother…

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Colby Named Chief of Sylvester Fire Department

September 18, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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Colby Named Chief of Sylvester Fire Department

The City of Sylvester announced last week that Jack Colby would soon take over as fire chief for the Sylvester Fire Department. The Sylvester native has gained over thirty years of experience in the fire service, and he served as fire chief at MCLB Albany’s fire department for over a decade. Colby’s career as a…

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Fourth Annual City of Sylvester Fall Crow Contest Underway

September 17, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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Fourth Annual City of Sylvester Fall Crow Contest Underway

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WCFR Opens Substation in Warwick

September 17, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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Worth County Fire Rescue began another historical chapter in the department’s legacy last Wednesday at noon when a second substation opened in the City of Warwick. Following weeks of debate…

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Ways to Keep Your Community Safer

September 15, 2014, Posted In: Lifestyle
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Ways to Keep Your Community Safer

(StatePoint) Whether you’re single and live on your own, or you’re raising a family, feeling secure in your community is likely an important priority to you. As an average citizen,…

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WCHS Intervention Days Schedule

September 12, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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Worth County High School will be offering intervention days September 15-17, from 8:00 until 1:00. These days can be used to make up attendance and missed assignments. Students are responsible…

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Worth County Health Department/Phoebe Worth Partnership

September 12, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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The Adult Health Services Program at Worth County Health Department – made possible through the Phoebe Worth Indigent Care Trust Fund – allows financially at-risk county residents with diabetes and…

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Not Too ‘Chicken’ to Play

September 11, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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Not Too ‘Chicken’ to Play

The Poultry Palace Piano Playing Chickens are back in town for the Annual Sumner Egg Festival. These trained chickens were also featured last year at the festival and were a…

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Wal-Mart Donates Much Needed Supplies

September 11, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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Wal-Mart Donates Much Needed Supplies

The Worth County School System received much needed school supplies all donated by Wal-Mart. This donation will ensure that all children have the necessary supplies needed in order to receive…

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SPD Requests Help in Locating Potential Armed Robbery Suspect

September 10, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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SPD Requests Help in Locating Potential Armed Robbery Suspect

Press Release issued by the Sylvester Police Department on September 10th: On the evening of September 7, 2014 the Sylvester Police Department responded to the report of an Armed Robbery…

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Margaret Jones Makeover

September 10, 2014, Posted In: Uncategorized
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Margaret Jones Makeover

On Tuesday, September 2, the Margaret Jones Library held it’s Open House and ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate a year’s worth of renovations to the nearly 30-year-old library.  Everyone was…

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