VALDOSTA — Retired Marine Corps Lt. Col. Oliver North signed his most recent book, ‘Heroes Proved,’ in Valdosta Monday, and members of the Colquitt County High School Junior ROTC attended. From left are Scott James, the owner and general manager of Valdosta’s 92.1 FM radio; CCHS cadet Adam Crosby; North; CCHS ROTC adviser Lt. Col Paul Nagy; and CCHS cadet Dylan Globerman.
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- Cotton planting at Expo
County budget proposal calls for small raises, no tax increase
With income staying stagnant or declining, a trend that has lasted for five years with a sluggish economy, Colquitt County is again looking at a challenging budget.
Hospital honors Nurse of Year, G.R.E.A.T. Ambassador
Nurse of the Year and G.R.E.A.T. Ambassador, two very special honors, were recently given at Colquitt Regional Medical Center during a week-long celebration of National Hospital Week.
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Canning plant to open Monday
The canning plant located at Colquitt County High School will open on Monday, May 20, with operating hours from 8 a.m. to noon. The plant will operate these hours on May 20, 22, 27 and 30.
Store owner assaulted
Moultrie police arrested two men and a woman after an assault was reported Thursday at a grocery store.
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