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Excellent Educators: Jim Wright

Excellent Educators is a WAVY-TV 10 initiative to celebrate local teachers who have gone above and beyond for their students and communities during the last academic year. These Excellent Educators were nominated by their school divisions. Congratulations to these educators for all of their hard work and accomplishments!. Name: Jim...
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Mike Bard and Jim Wright win Freedom Bass Anglers tournament

• Mike Bard and Jason Wright had 11.60 pounds and big bass with a 5.61 pounder to win first place during the Freedom Bass Anglers tournament April 9 at Lake Alfred. Jeff Jones and Mike Carroll took second place with 10.74 pounds. Chad Lehman and Kip Lehman took third place with 10.34 pounds.
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Lee County's Jim Wright named to Water Coalition's Clean 13

ATHENS — Lee County Marshal/Code Enforcement Officer Jim Wright’s work to clean up county waterways has landed him on the Georgia Water Coalition’s annual Clean 13 list, announced Tuesday. The Georgia Water Coalition publishes the list annually not only to recognize positive efforts on behalf of Georgia’s water but also...
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Jim Wright

Jim Wright, 57, a lifelong resident of Hinsdale, died while hiking in the mountains of North Carolina on Aug. 22, 2021. Jim was a smart, witty, generous man who was full of life. He was a talented software architect who enjoyed solving problems and building strong teams. His passion was his family. He was always planning the next family adventure and he loved to take hiking trips with his wife and son. Jim was a fantastic father, a beloved son and brother, a crazy-fun uncle, a loyal friend and an absolute rock to anyone who leaned on him in a time of need.

43rd Annual Jim Wright Memorial Stearman Fly-In

Hear the roar of the powerful engines, named after designer Lloyd Stearman, that were used to train pilots in World War II. The roar of the big radial engines on these planes is unmistakable and shouldn’t be missed! Guests can watch the aircraft soar in formation overhead, and relish the specific atmosphere induced by these incredible biplanes. Not only will folks have a chance to see these amazing planes up close, they will also have a first-hand opportunity to chat with the pilots/owners about these extraordinary aircrafts. The Oregon Aviation Historical Society brings these vintage aircrafts to Cottage Grove to share with guests of all ages.