MOULTRIE — In remembrance of the late Ny'Ricki Nelson, a ten-year old who was a student at Cox Elementary School, a garden is being planted at the school, with support and donations from Home Depot. From the left, Zy Hayes, Nelson's cousin, and Daniel Perry of Home Depot, are planting dogwood trees and spreading mulch in the Ny'Ricki Nelson Memorial Garden at the Tuesday groundbreaking ceremony.
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One of Thomas County largest employers — at more than 700 — and a longtime regional state mental hospital will close Dec. 31.
More than 700 jobs to be eliminated when hospital closes
Effects of the closing of one Thomas County’s biggest employers, a state mental hospital established in the 1960s, are rippling through the community.
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With Georgia electing not to participate in Medicaid expansion, Colquitt Regional Medical Center and other hospitals in the area likely will rack up more expenses related to treating the uninsured.
While hundreds of thousands of Georgians not covered by Medicaid now will remain in that category, existing health insurance customers will see some benefits.
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A man accused in the theft of a four-wheeler taken from Roundtree Bridge Road could face an additional charge related to a phony $20 bill.
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A tractor driver had the door of his ride sucked open and smashed by a fast-moving SUV whose driver did not stop.
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