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Flooding needs a fix

 The weather in Valdosta has a mind of its own and anyone who lives here can clearly see that.  One day you walk outside and the sun is shining overhead. You can wear a t-shirt and a pair of shorts and just enjoy a nice warm day. You go sit in your dorm room for a few hours, and when ...

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Worship respectfully

 Some worship in church. Some worship outside. Some worship at home. A handful of Texan women worship on a stripper pole.  Pole Fitness for Jesus, a class created by ex-stripper Crystal Deans, provides church-going women in Old Town Spring, Texas., a new place of worship.  If you want to get “closer to God,” as ABC13’s website puts it, pray and ...

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Biomass plant is harmful

 A biomass electric generating plant is projected to begin construction June 2011 across from the Mud Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant and will be fully functioning by 2013.  There has been much controversy regarding the plant and we, as a staff, feel that the construction of the biomass would be more destructive than beneficial. The plant is projected to create ...

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Satterfield named Pitcher of the Week; games postponed

  The VSU softball team had a busy weekend scheduled against North Alabama and West Alabama, but they also got an unwanted visit from the rain.  Inclement weather conditions forced the Blazers to reschedule two of the four games over the weekend; VSU won both despite the weather.  Holly Satterfield also racked up another Gulf South Conference Pitcher of the Week ...

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Willner earns GSC Player of the Week

From Staff Reports  VSU senior outfielder John Willner has been named the Gulf South Conference East Division Baseball Player of the Week, according to an announcement made by the league office Tuesday morning.  Willner led VSU to a 3-0 mark last week as he batted .536 and drove in nine runs on the week.   He scored five runs and counted ...

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