MOULTRIE — The Moultrie-Colquitt County Chamber of Commerce recently held a grand opening ribbon cutting for new business M & G Sporting Goods, Inc. Located at 409 First Ave. S.E., M & G Sporting Goods, Inc. specializes in youth baseball, youth fast pitch and men’s slow pitch baseball equipment and apparel. They carry brand name equipment, such as Easton, Milken, Worth and Combat. Owned and operated by Greg and Willie Connell, M & G Sporting Goods, Inc. can meet your specialty sport’s needs. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information call (229) 985-0196.Front row from left are Mary Jane Alonzo of Ameris Bank; Ann Hoffman of Ameris Bank, co-owner Greg Connell, partner Matt Eure, co-owner Willie Connell, Kelli Walker of the Department of Labor, and Carolyn Mulkey of Southwest Georgia Bank.
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Search continues for escaped inmate
A Colquitt County Correctional Institution inmate took a cue from “Cool Hand Luke” Wednesday morning, using a bathroom break to wander off from a road work detail.
CCHS gets 'all-clear' in drug sweep
A pre-planned drug search using multiple law enforcement agencies gave Colquitt County High School an “all clear” on Wednesday.
Doerun pastors step into gay debate with new book
Doerun, Ga., population 368, nestled in a conservative county in one of the most conservative states in the country, is not a place one would expect to produce a new viewpoint in America’s homosexual debate.
But two Doerun pastors have written a book that they think will bring a new perspective to that divisive issue.
Santa letters: Change in plans
Initially, The Moultrie Observer planned to receive Santa Letters this year exclusively by email. However, that plan did not meet our expectations nor the desires of the public.
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Roommate, truck both missing
When a county man left for work Tuesday morning his roommate was in his truck, but when he returned his truck and the roommate were gone.
GSP investigates 21 wrecks in Colquitt County
State troopers from the Thomasville Post of the Georgia State Patrol investigated 21 traffic crashes during the month of November in Colquitt County.
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