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School break this week gives us time to relax and re-energize

It’s the Friday before Thanksgiving Break, and 30,000-plus teachers and students across the Muscogee County School District are operating on warp speed, praying the day away so we can start a much-needed weeklong break. If we could put those dismissal bells on fast forward, we certainly would. It’s a hurry-up, finish your work, “Love ya, goodbye” kind of day, and most of us don’t apologize for longing for 3:25 p.m. to come quickly.

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Turkey raffle makes a stop in Phenix City

Davis Broadcasting gave away about 200 turkeys during four raffle stops in Phenix City and Columbus. 80-year old Christine Gosha of Phenix City won a bird at the Central Activities Center and plans to cook a big meal
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
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Turkey raffle makes a stop in Phenix City

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