Ray City, Ga., in Berrien County will hold its sixth annual Old Fashion Plow Day March 19. Activities begin with a parade at 11 a.m.; Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black will be grand marshal. The parade will consist of antique tractors, cars and trucks, mules and wagons and will be followed by plowing demonstrations with tractors and mules in the field. Gospel and bluegrass entertainment will be held all day long, and there will be a variety of other activities. Admission is free. For more information, contact Greg Harrell 229-237-3223 or 229-455-5614.
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Another police officer sues City of Moultrie
A seventh current or former Moultrie Police Department employee has filed a lawsuit against the city alleging reverse discrimination in the department.
GBI investigating man's death
Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating a Thursday death in which a self-inflicted wound is suspected.
Woman accused of having sex with 2 underage boys
A 21-year-old Moultrie woman arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges is accused of sexual acts with two underage boys.
Police say pedestrian 'victim' turned out to be intoxicated
A Thursday morning call of a pedestrian struck by a car turned out to be less serious than initially suspected, with police later learning the man apparently had passed out.
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3-year-old left in hot van while mom in labor
Two women were arrested Tuesday after hospital security personnel rescued a profusely sweating 3-year-old girl from a van in which she had been left late that morning while the toddler’s mother was in labor.
Colquitt County Schools receiving 2 literacy grants
Colquitt County’s earliest learners will soon benefit from additional funding awarded to the Colquitt County School System.
Debit card information stolen
Law enforcement agencies received reports Tuesday of three instances of unauthorized use of debit card information, with victims reporting thefts totaling more than $375.
Runoff likely in school superintendent race
Could a South Georgian be the next state school superintendent?
We still don’t know.
Pamela Simmons to speak at Women's Day
The Lewis Cathedral Church of God in Christ, 900 Ninth Ave. N.W., under the leadership of Superintendent J. S. Lewis, will celebrate Women’s Day on Sunday, July 27, at 3 p.m. The theme is “Women Who Will Praise God in the Midst of Trouble.”
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