VALDOSTA — The Valdosta Exchange Club recently presented its 'Proudly We Hail' Award to RegionsBank in memory of the late Jeffrey Smith. Smith, a Colquitt County native, died July 12, 2011. The award was received by, from left, Smith's sister, Dawn Smith Blanton of Moultrie; his mother, Carolyn Voyles of Moultrie; his former co-worker and Exchange Club member Brittny Hammock; and RegionsBank employees Donna Daugherty and Sarah Wickstrom. It was presented by Exchange Club President Donnie Smith, right.
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2 indicted in drive-by slayings
Two men accused of unleashing a deadly hail of gunfire into a yard full of people in March, killing two, have been formally indicted on multiple murder, aggravated assault and weapons charges.
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.
Colquitt Regional honored for patient safety
Georgia Hospital Association’s Hospital Engagement Network (HEN) recognized Colquitt Regional Medical Center for its accomplishments in the patient safety field in 2012.
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From the no good deed goes unpunished files, a Moultrie woman who gave three children a ride on Monday later found her cell phone and cash missing.
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