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Behind The News podcast – March 14, 2019

In this week’s Behind The News podcast, Len Robbins and Blake Pittman discuss the following topics: Breaking news about a deadly missing persons case in Atkinson County (4:00); law enforcement making gang-related arrests in Clinch County (6:45); District 176’s new rep in the State House (7:45); the future of Family Dollar in Homerville and Lakeland (11:30); Region…

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Behind The News podcast – March 7, 2019

In this week’s Behind The News podcast, Len Robbins and Blake Pittman discuss a community meeting in Lanier County (3:45); talk about the apprehension of a fugitive in Douglas (8:46); report what happened with the Clinch County Pantherettes playing in the Class A basketball semifinals (10:38); delve into a recent Willacoochee City Council meeting (14:27); report that Atkinson County High dismissed…

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Behind The News podcast – February 28, 2019

In this week’s Behind The News podcast, Len Robbins and Blake Pittman interview Clinch County Pantherette coach Tanya O’Berry about her team’s run in the Class A basketball playoffs (3:13); discuss Lanier County High starting a soccer program (14:26); discuss recently-retired Clinch County head football coach Jim Dickerson’s future plans (15:59); talk about a connection between Atkinson County’s proposal to…

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Behind The News podcast – February 21, 2019

In the inaugural Behind The News podcast, Len Robbins and Blake Pittman go “behind the news” to discuss the recent sentencing of former Atkinson County Probate Court Judge Margie O’Brien (3:30); talk about local teams making the Class A basketball playoffs (11:00); the House District 176 runoff (14:15); missing persons cases and unsolved deaths in…

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Dickerson announces retirement

Clinch County High head football coach Jim Dickerson is retiring after 15 years as head coach and five state championships during his legendary career. Dickerson announced his retirement at Thursday’s Clinch County Board of Education meeting. He is retiring as the winningest football coach in CCHS history, with a record of 152-44-1. His Panthers recently…

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