Michael Davis

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Mike is the managing editor of the Jackson Progress-Argus

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Deputy trainee skips work after drug arrest

Clayton correction officer admitted to addiction

A Clayton County sheriff’s detention officer and deputy trainee has not reported to work since her drug arrest, according to Clayton County Deputy Sheriff spokesperson, James Beveridge.

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Central Georgia EMC marking 75 years

Co-op a fixture in community

The EMC moved, around 1950, to what is now the central offices of the Butts County school system, and moved to its sprawling Mulberry Street campus in 1971.

Two injured in Butts County plane crash

Two people were seriously injured when the experimental airplane they were on board crashed as it took off Friday, from Seven Lakes Airport, authorities said.

Candidates vie for votes in District 110

In the race for the State House seat being vacated by Republican John Lunsford, the four candidates looking to take his place all come from the Henry County part of the three-county district.

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Jackson submits resurfacing wishlist

The City of Jackson will submit to the Georgia Department of Transportation a list of 15 streets it would like help to repave.

Jackson to amend city charter

For more than a decade, the Jackson City Council has apparently been meeting across the street from where it should've been.

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Stodghill-Lofton descendants to dedicate cemetery memorial

Just a few feet off the road, surrounded by horse pastures and watched over by a leaning historical marker that details a portion of Sherman's March to the Sea, lies a small cemetery where people with names like White and Morgan and Stodghill and Lofton are buried.

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LAST CALL....SOLD! Auction house a bargain hunter's trove

It could be said that Samantha Patrick is more or less in the family business: selling stuff to the highest bidder.

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Having a.....Field Day; Elementary students treated to fun, games

They came. They saw. They kicked. They climbed. Students in two Butts County elementary schools were treated to the annual rite of field day this week and last.

New county budget proposal eliminates paid holidays

Under a new county budget proposal floated Monday, Butts County employees would not be asked to close offices early on Wednesdays this fall, but they would lose 10 paid holidays.

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