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Tuesday August 14th, 2018 9:11AM

Ken Stanford

Reporter
Ken  Stanford
GTA celebrates, skewers English society with The Importance of Being Earnest
As a close to its 2011-2012 season the Gainesville Theatre Alliance has brought to the stage Oscar Wilde
9:56PM ( 6 years ago )
Kolter unveils model homes at Cresswind at Lake Lanier
Kolter Homes has unveiled nine new model homes in its active adult community, Cresswind at Lake Lanier in Gainesville. The Model Home Grand Opening comes as a result of Kolter
9:39PM ( 6 years ago )
New security for US troops
U.S. military commanders in Afghanistan have assigned "guardian angels" - troops that watch over their comrades even as they sleep - and have ordered a series of other increased security measures to protect troops against possible attacks by rogue Afghans.
7:29PM ( 6 years ago )
Mumbai, Miami on list for big weather disasters
Global warming is leading to such severe storms, droughts and heat waves that nations should prepare for an unprecedented onslaught of deadly and costly weather disasters, an international panel of climate scientists said in a new report issued Wednesday.
7:27PM ( 6 years ago )
Official: Vehicle caused Cornelia house fire
Cornelia fire officials have identified a car as the origin of the Wednesday fire that heavily damaged a home at 167 Cash Street.
4:37PM ( 6 years ago )
Federal fire crews taking over Colo. wildfire
Federal fire crews are planning to take the offensive in containing a 7-square-mile blaze that may have claimed two lives and destroyed dozens of homes in the mountains southwest of Denver.
8:14AM ( 6 years ago )
Higher ed provision stripped from immigration bill
Georgia lawmakers on Tuesday stripped a provision that would have barred illegal immigrants from state colleges, universities and technical schools from a bill making its way through the state Legislature.
9:26PM ( 6 years ago )
Widow of ICE detainee files wrongful death suit
The widow of a Mexican citizen who died while in immigration custody in south Georgia has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the federal government.
6:19PM ( 6 years ago )
JetBlue captain: 'They're going to take us down'
A JetBlue captain who ranted about Iraq and Afghanistan and claimed that a bomb was on a Las Vegas-bound flight was locked out of the cockpit, tackled and restrained by passengers Tuesday, passengers said.
6:15PM ( 6 years ago )
Gainesville-roasted coffee, other Ga. commodities featured at state luncheon
Georgia Grown Executive Chef Holly Chute recently kicked off the program's activities at a state Department of Agriculture luncheon that highlighted state commodities for the Israeli consul and Gov. Nathan Deal.
5:53PM ( 6 years ago )