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Our government meetings are indeed people’s business
In the past few days comments in the Rants and Raves column on this page have asked very pertinent questions relative to our involvement or lack thereof in the democratic-republic process.
- Rant and Rave for 06/19/13
- 'Hello, sweetie, how can I help you'all?'
- Much appreciation
- Case for a flat tax
- Our government meetings are indeed people’s business
Keeping a digital journal is priceless
Gardening journals are very important in documenting items of importance in the landscape. Whether the information is about the placement of a bulb, the color of a flower, the much-wanted plant from across town, the amount of rainfall last week, and so on, it is critical to realize such information to better improve how you design and maintain your landscape sites. If not recorded, then the potential for loss of such information is greater and makes your landscaping efforts more difficult!
- June checklist for your great outdoors
- Doerun Church of God children’s dedication
- Keeping a digital journal is priceless
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- Around the Region
Mortgage assistance meeting to be held
A mortgage assistance meeting will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 19, at the Southwest Georgia Regional Commission located at 4767 Georgia Hwy. 37 in Camilla.
- Nashville plant to close
- Georgia Museum of Agriculture partners with Nashville for 'Rhythm & Roots'
- Ambulance crash kills 2 EMTs, patient near Ocilla
- Cotton farmers vs. Palmer amaranth
- Mortgage assistance meeting to be held
- Christmas 2012
Harrell named federal programs director
James Harrell, principal of Odom Elementary School, has been named the new Federal Programs Director for Colquitt County Schools.Harrell will replace retiring director Gerald Burke as of July 1, 2013.
- Anderson leaving Moultrie Tech for top spot at Wiregrass Tech
- Area graduates will receive scholarships
- Harrell named federal programs director
- Veterans Project
Video project focuses on the homefront
“Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001?” is a phrase that brings an immediate reaction in people and they can tell you right where they were. But before that, another phrase brought a similar reaction — “Where were you on Dec. 7, 1941?” — the day the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
- World War II battle changed Ubertacci's life
- Moultrie volunteer tapped for DAR's top award
- Video project focuses on the homefront