MOULTRIE — The Moultrie Colquitt County Chamber of Commerce named Sharon DeMott State Farm Insurance as its Business of the Month for April. DeMott and her staff offer a full line of insurance products to meet all of their customers’ needs. Visit them at 805 S. Main St. or contact them at 985-6262 Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Front row, from the left, are staff members Marie White and Sarah Howell, owner Sharon DeMott, Charlotte Strange with Chick-fil-A, and Darrell Moore, chamber president. Back row, from the left, are Wendell Brown, Erica Stallings, Hoyt Holland, Marc DeMott, Wayne Woods and Debra Taylor.
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- CORRECTION: Death believed to be self-inflicted
School board hopes tax hike will stop raids on reserves
Colquitt County Schools officials are looking for a proposed tax increase to eliminate five years of raiding rainy-day funds and eventually help put its reserve balance on an upward projection.
Aromatic leaves on plants distract deer
Damage to ornamental plants caused by deer has increased significantly during the last few years. And this damage is both an urban and a rural problem due to increasing deer populations and suburban development strategies into natural woodlands.
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Turning Point client accused of damaging door as he left
At one time it was cool to walk a mile for a Camel, but cops don’t think it’s cool when someone damages a door to walk outside for a smoke.
That’s what a resident of Turning Point, a Moultrie behavioral health and substance abuse facility, is accused of doing, according to Moultrie police.
Death is 4th this month believed to be self-inflicted
For the fourth time this month and second time in two days officials are investigating a suspected case of self-inflicted death.
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.
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