MOULTRIE — Moultrie’s fledgling chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) hosted a mental health table at the Carnegie Library’s Health Fair Jan. 17. Community members in attendance received information on mental illness and local resources. From left are Jason Griner, director of the Men’s Intensive Outpatient Program at Turning Point, and Toni Kinsey, NAMI. Assisting, but not pictured, were Margaret McDaniel, Anodyne Counseling; Joyce Burley, NAMI; and Chris Norman and Ardria Williams, both with Turning Point. NAMI holds local meetings every first and third Tuesday of the month beginning at 6 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. The public is invited. For additional information contact Lynn Wilson at email@example.com.
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Several contested races set up for May election
Both Colquitt County Commission and the county Board of Education will have a different look next year. Voters in May will be able to determine how different.
Investigator: Probation violation suspect caught with drugs
Colquitt County officers on Wednesday chased down a man wanted on probation charges who also was booked on a drug charge.
DNA links women to separate burglaries
Law enforcement agencies arrested two women this week in separate cases, one dating back to 2009, in which DNA evidence found at crime scenes where windows were broken was used to identify them.
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State troopers from the Thomasville Post of the Georgia State Patrol investigated 13 traffic crashes during the month of February in Colquitt County. Sergeant First Class Tommy Peeples III said the traffic crashes resulted in no traffic deaths.
Recommendations aim to reduce infant deaths
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Moultrie Tech has a $26 million impact
How much does the area served by Moultrie Technical College benefit economically from spending that is either directly or indirectly related to the college?
According to Jeffrey M. Humphreys, director of the Selig Center for Economic Growth at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business, it adds up to $26,095,668.
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