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Studies differ on threat from Guantanamo detainees

Had a majority of the men imprisoned at Guantanamo after 2002 attacked the United States or American troops? It depends on whom you ask.

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  • Hay bale art a family project for Georgia fans

    A giant Georgia football player looks out over Georgia 441 just south of Milledgeville and the Fall Line Freeway. The sculpture was made by the Tracie Stone and her family members in time for the football season to begin. Stone said she saw a similar hay bale sculpture on the internet last year and decided to make her own to celebrate her daughter's senior year at the school. She said a lot of people have been stopping to photograph the player and dog.