from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southern Georgia near the Florida border east-northeast of Tallahassee. Settled in 1859, it is a processing and trade center. Population: 45,500.
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- proper n. A city in Georgia, United States, population 43,724 (2000 U.S. Census)
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- n. a town in southern Georgia near the Florida border
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VALDOSTA - The arts play a significant role in the culture of Valdosta.
VALDOSTA - The foundation of a newly constructed church in Valdosta was laid on the Word of God - literally.
VALDOSTA - Wells Fargo Advisors presented a check for $2,333.33 to the Greater Valdosta United Way Tuesday to benefit America's Second Harvest food bank in Valdosta.
I was born in Valdosta, grew up in Fla, and spent a total of 7 yr of my Army career at Ft Benning near Columbus.
We had considered stopping in Valdosta for the night, but since it was only 4: 30 when we rolled by the La Quinta Inn (exit 18), we opted to travel the extra 160 miles to Macon.
In retropsect, we probably should have stayed in Valdosta, because those 160 miles are billboard laden, construction ridden, ugly miles.
He went through pilot training at Moody Air Force Base in Valdosta, Ga., graduating a few years before George W. Bush.
EnlargeBy Oscar Sosa for USA TODAYDanny Redshaw coached three Drew brothers in Valdosta, Ga.
A couple of months ago Chris played with this band Everthird, they're some friends of ours, at a competition in Valdosta.
After a day of driving we finally arrived in Valdosta, where I lived and attended Valdosta State College (which is now called Valdosta State University).