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  • Irma's Impact in the Chattahoochee Valley: Officials begin cleanup of roadways, intersections

    Tropical Storm Irma swept across the Chattahoochee Valley Monday, downing trees, some that came down across roads, blocking traffic and making driving hazardous for those who ventured out.

Tropical Storm Irma swept across the Chattahoochee Valley Monday, downing trees, some that came down across roads, blocking traffic and making driving hazardous for those who ventured out. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
Tropical Storm Irma swept across the Chattahoochee Valley Monday, downing trees, some that came down across roads, blocking traffic and making driving hazardous for those who ventured out. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer

Georgia Power: Most Columbus residents should have electricity back soon

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