- Local News
Mark your calendars for the annual Sunbelt Ag Expo Field Day to be held on Thursday, July 11. Visitors can see new demonstrations, examine research trial results and speak with company representatives and university researchers to get up-to-date recommendations on topics like new seed varieties, irrigation, crop protection, precision agriculture, soil fertility and organic farming. It’s an opportunity to preview what you will see at the 36th annual show Oct. 15-17. Field Day is free and open to those involved in agriculture and agribusiness. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m., followed by a complimentary biscuit breakfast and exhibit viewing. The trams will depart for the field tour at 8 a.m.
- Local Sports
Packers head to Tifton to chase state golf championship
When the Colquitt County High golf team tees off in Monday’s state tournament, the Packers will be playing a course that it sometimes plays better than its own.
- Davis Insurance, Hutson Motors win boys baseball championships
- Harrell Auto Electric wins Mite girls championship
- Colquitt girls seek state golf title on home course
- As expected, defense shines in Packers scrimmage
- Packers head to Tifton to chase state golf championship
Oh joy! The Turtle Man will return
Great news! The Turtle Man is coming back for another season on television!
And yes, I’m being a little facetious here. It’s a ridiculous show, but apparently it’s entertainment for some people.
- The kind of stuff that happens in dictatorships
- Rant and Rave for 05/17/13
- And would you like fries with that?
- Rant and Rave for 05/16/13
- Oh joy! The Turtle Man will return
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- Around the Region
Fake gun believed used in Pavo bank robbery
The fake firearm found in wreckage when a suspected female bank robber crashed into a canal Friday is believed to have been used in a Pavo bank robbery.
- Summer term begins June 3 at ABAC in Moultrie, Tifton
- VSU announces new Center for Excellence in STEM Education
- Institutional SAT May 29 at ABAC
- Diva Day has something for everyone
- Fake gun believed used in Pavo bank robbery
- Christmas 2012
- 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