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ACF River Basin, Protected areas of Crisp County, Georgia, Protected areas of Dooly County, Georgia, Protected areas of Lee County, Georgia, Reservoirs in Georgia (U.S. state), Protected areas of Sumter County, Georgia, Protected areas of Worth County, Georgia, Dams in Georgia (U.S. state), United States local public utility dams, Landforms of Crisp County, Georgia, Landforms of Dooly County, Georgia, Landforms of Lee County, Georgia, Landforms of Sumter County, Georgia, Landforms of Worth Count...
 WQXZ (103.9 FM, Qixie 103.9) is a classic hits- oldies radio station licensed to Hawkinsville, Georgia, broadcasting at 103.9 MHz. Qixie 103.9 features The Daily Morning Awesomeness. Owned by Jay Braswell, a native of South Eastern GA, Qixie is proud of its Owner Operator status. WQXZ broadcasts The Georgia Prep Scoreboard on Friday Nights during football season from 8:00 p.m. until Midnight. The Saturday Morning Quarterback is broadcast on Saturday morning from 9:00 a.m. until Noon every Saturd...
 WCEH-FM is an FM station licensed to Pinehurst, Georgia. It shares studios and offices with WCEH, WDXQ, WQXZ and WWKM in Hawkinsville, Georgia. The station, Sunny 98.3, was first WFAV and later WKKN in Cordele, Georgia, and then WQXZ. The station moved its city of license after WMRZ Dawson, Georgia, signed on with 25,000 watts at 98.1 FM. Jim Popwell from Hawkinsville, the former owner of WSSY, was also the holder of the permit for the Dawson station. Popwell planned the move before selling all ...

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Hawkinsville Opera House, originally known as the City Auditorium and sometimes referred to as Hawkinsville City Hall-Auditorium, is a theater building in downtown Hawkinsville, Georgia. It was built in 1907 after the city awarded a contract for a performing arts building to be constructed at a cost of $16,470. It was designed by Macon, Georgia architect and theater designer W.R. Gunn. The theater had the largest seating capacity of any public building in Pulaski County, Georgia. It was added to...

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 Possum Poke, also known as Big Poke is a historic hunting retreat of Chase Osborn outside Poulan, Georgia, United States. It was a hunting camp. The Big Poke home on the site was owned by governor of Michigan, author and adventurer Chase S. Osborn (1860-1949). He died at it and his gravesite is on the grounds. Stellanova Osborn (1894-1988), his wife, also spent time at the home and there are markers on the grounds honoring both. It is located on Possum Lane off U.S. Route 82. It is managed by th...
Jefferson Davis Memorial Historic Site is a 13-acre (53,000 m2) state park located in Irwinville, Georgia that marks the site where Confederate President Jefferson Davis was captured by Union Army forces on May 9, 1865. The park features a granite monument with a bust of Davis that is located on the exact spot of his capture. The Jefferson Davis Memorial Museum, built in 1939 by the Works Progress Administration, features Civil War weapons, uniforms, artifacts and exhibits about Davis and the Co...

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Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is a United States Marine Corps base located just outside Albany, Georgia. The primary mission of the units on the base is to rebuild and repair ground combat and combat support equipment and to support installations on the East Coast of the United States. Today one of MCLB Albany�s most important facilities is the Marine Corps Logistics Commands Maintenance Center. The only other facility of this kind is located at MCLB Albany�s sister installation, Marine...
Albany Railroad Depot Historic District (also known as Heritage Plaza) is located at the 100 block of West Roosevelt Avenue in Albany, Georgia, United States, and is governed by the Thronateeska Heritage Center, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization incorporated in 1974 for the purpose of historic preservation and science education in Southwest Georgia. The Heritage Plaza includes the Tift Warehouse (constructed in 1857), the Union Station depot (constructed in 1913), the Railway Express Agency ...
 Albany State University Coliseum is a stadium in Albany, Georgia. It is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the Albany State University Golden Rams playing in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) in the NCAA Division II. The stadium holds 10,000 people and opened in 2004 on the campus. Albany State University has the second largest stadium in the SIAC; tied with Tuskegee with a 10,000 capacity (only behind Benedict Colleges Charlie W. Johnson Stadium...


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  Cordele is a city in Crisp County, Georgia, United States. The population was 11,147 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Crisp County.  


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