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COOLIDGE, Ga. — Billy “Wild Bill” Willeby of Coolidge claims to have invented dozens of things. The U.S. Patent Office acknowledges one of them in its online database, but the database can be searched by inventor’s name only back to 1976. Willeby’s been inventing things much longer than that, and he also claims a 1974 patent that couldn’t be verified through the website.

Billy Willeby of Coolidge shows the pieces of a device he proposes to ensure power during a blackout. A car battery hooks to the electric moto…

Billy Willeby describes an automated system to load hay bales on a trailer while looking at his schematic for the device.

We join the Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program in encouraging motorcycle riders to ride safely and urging all other motorists to be watchful of…

“True Wealth is knowing your definition of success and having the freedom to chase it.”

Smoke billows on Pine Ave. in downtown Live Oak on Monday afternoon after a boom truck struck a power line.

Nearly 2,200 in Live Oak are without power following an accident involving a boom truck in downtown.