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Racieh Robinson posted this photo of himself on his Facebook page in January. Robinson was shot to death Monday at Paradise apartments during an argument.
Family says Racieh Robinson was turning his life around
The death of a 28-year-old Moultrie man gunned down Monday morning was made more tragic because he was trying to turn his life around, a family member said on Wednesday.
- Civic leader Doris George dies; Rites set for Friday
- Parade to start at 6 p.m. Thursday
- Cook County lawmen find Colquitt County suspect
- Your Agenda 12/12/13
- Family says Racieh Robinson was turning his life around
- Local Sports
Eighth-grade boys defeat Tift County
Despite losing starting point guard Cameron Singletary to a possible concussion, the Colquitt County eighth-grade boys basketball team defeated Tift County 50-42 on Tuesday in Tifton.
- 9th-graders drop pair to Lee County
- Moss Farms divers perform well in Orlando meet
- Lady Packers rout Bainbridge, raise record to 5-1
- 8th-grade teams win three of four in Leesburg
- Eighth-grade boys defeat Tift County
TV commercials prompt serious thought
Sometimes I just wonder about stuff. It’s not necessarily moments of deep thought, just issues of curiosity that creep into the thought process when the fish aren’t biting or when my football team is so far behind that they have to buy tickets to stay on the field.
- World-class programs at UGA Tifton campus
- Rant and Rave for 12/12/13
- In an emergency, can rescue teams quickly find you?
- A great community
- TV commercials prompt serious thought
- Mailbox Post
- Around the Region
Opposition grows against Sabal Trail gas pipeline
Opposition to a proposed natural gas pipeline that would cut a swath through Colquitt County has galvanized in Southwest Georgia, from Albany to Valdosta.
- Preparations under way for 38th annual peanut show
- Nominations open for Outstanding Georgia Young Peanut Farmer Award
- Thomasville Singers to perform Sunday
- Outgoing dean, Tim Marshall, to speak at ABAC commencement
- Opposition grows against Sabal Trail gas pipeline
- Christmas 2012
- Veterans Project
Video project focuses on the homefront
“Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001?” is a phrase that brings an immediate reaction in people and they can tell you right where they were. But before that, another phrase brought a similar reaction — “Where were you on Dec. 7, 1941?” — the day the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
- See photos from Monday's Veterans Day service
- World War II battle changed Ubertacci's life
- Video project focuses on the homefront