October 2017

Sports Report October 27th

Oct 26, 2017

In this edition of the Sports Report, the Georgia Military College Bulldogs continue their six game win streak, the Gatewood Gators snapped the Trojan’s 23-game hot streak just before the state championship tournament and more.

Milledgeville Matters | Uncut Interviews with the Candidates Campaigning to be Milledgeville Mayor

Oct 24, 2017
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Milledgeville residents head to the polls on Tuesday, November 7th to vote on Milledgeville Mayor, City Council District Five and Georgia Military College Board of Trustees District Six.

As part of its elections coverage, Milledgeville Matters host Dainel McDonald conducted interviews with mayoral candidates Mary Parham Copelan and Gary Thrower. These interviews include questions not broadcast on the October 25th edition of Milledgeville Matters.

Republican Gubernatorial Candidates Meet in Milledgeville

Oct 11, 2017
Campaign signs line Montgomery Street on the campus of Georgia College in Milledgeville.

Roughly three hundred people packed an auditorium on the Georgia College campus to hear candidates seeking the Republican nomination for Governor.

Although the primary is seven months away, the sea of white Casey Cagle t-shirts, red Brian Kemp embroidered polos and blue Hunter Hill stickers let you know this election season is kicking into high gear.

Georgia College Connections | Times Talk | A Monumental Controversy

Oct 11, 2017

 

In this Times Talk edition of Georgia College Connections, Georgia College History professors Craig Pascoe and James Welborn discuss their topic "A Monumental Controversy: Confronting Confederate Symbolism in America."

WRGC News | County Officials Name Final Manager Candidate

Oct 05, 2017
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Less than a week after the retirement of County Manager Ralph McMullen, Baldwin County officials announced the final candidate to be McMullen’s replacement.

 

County Commission Chair and Interim County Manager Sammy Hall told WRGC that Baldwin officials offered the top administrative job to Eric Mosley.