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MOULTRIE, Ga. -- A collision on Thigpen Trail — one of two serious wrecks on Monday, June 1 — took the life of a passenger in one of the vehicles.

MOULTRIE, Ga. -- City Manager Pete Dillard said the old Sportsman building’s demolition and subsequent enhancements are expected to start quickly after the Moultrie City Council approved a loan bid.


MOULTRIE, Ga. -- As the COVID-19 pandemic lightens up, people are getting back to work and utility companies are preparing to resume disconnects for people who don’t pay their bills. 


MOULTRIE, Ga. — A line of cars extended two miles from Memorial Baptist Church during a food giveaway this afternoon.

MOULTRIE, Ga. — In celebration of Flag Day, the John Benning Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will host a flag retirement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 13, at the Main Street Park on South Main.


MOULTRIE, Ga. — Over the past 20 years, the ways Americans do business, communicate with friends and family, and store videos and photos has changed because of digital technology.  It is rare to see individuals without a cell phone or to walk in a coffee shop and not see someone studying or doing business through computer devices.  

MOULTRIE, Ga. – For many of us, self-isolating and quarantining has given us a chance to reconnect with ourselves, learn a new skill or even connect with others through phone calls and video chat. 

MOULTRIE, Ga. -- Two back-to-back traffic stops resulted in a Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office investigator making four arrests and seizing multiple drugs.

THOMASVILLE, Ga. — CNSNext will implement a cable modem provisioning system upgrade on Tuesday beginning at midnight. The upgrade is expected to last until approximately 7 a.m. and will briefly affect all internet and telephony customers in all cities. This upgrade was originally scheduled for May, but was rescheduled for Tuesday, June 9.

ATLANTA — The deadline is fast approaching for approved landowners impacted by Hurricane Michael to complete their state funded cleanup work and to submit documentation for reimbursement.

MOULTRIE, Ga. — People looking to re-connect with others have a chance from the safety of their own homes with Free Open Studio Online via a live stream hosted by the Colquitt County Arts Center.


MOULTRIE, Ga. -- A joint operation between the Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office and the Moultrie Police Department found a significant quantity of cocaine among three men on May 28.


MOULTRIE, Ga. -- COVID-19 may have stalled some workplaces throughout Moultrie, but the city’s construction projects kept pushing their agendas. Now, some city goers can find a sense of normalcy again.


MOULTRIE, Ga. – A little over 20 years ago, citizens of Moultrie were introduced to their resident wonder child Mason Lee Foster. An infant at the time, he was diagnosed with infant acute lymphoblastic leukemia – ALO – and was given only a 20% chance of living. 


MOULTRIE, Ga. -- With protests devolving into riots in major cities, at least 50 Moultrie residents staged their own demonstration Monday, calling for unity on the Colquitt County Courthouse Square.


MOULTRIE, Ga. — Colquitt Regional Medical Center reported Monday that it and its associated clinics had performed 2,619 tests for COVID-19.

MOULTRIE, Ga. — During the COVID-19 situation, the YMCA wanted to spread some cheer and encouragement to some of the active older adults in the community.  


MOULTRIE, Ga. —  The Colquitt County Food Bank recently received an $8,000 grant to help provide food for residents in need.

MOULTRIE, Ga. – Allen Dalton ise running against the incumbent candidate Mary Beth Watson for the District 3 School Board seat during the General Primary Elections on June 9.

MOULTRIE, Ga. — The Colquitt County School System was well into the planning stages of hosting the Third Annual South Georgia MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Supports) Conference when school buildings across the state were closed for the year. 

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TIFTON, Ga. — As the spring harvest approached, members of the Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association knew they would need assistance to provide important information about COVID-19 safety measures and food handling protocols to workers who make up the majority of the seasonal agricultural workforce, many of whom are native Spanish speakers.

TIFTON, Ga. —When Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College opens classes for the fall semester on Aug. 12, ABAC President David Bridges is making plans for the students to return to the familiar campus setting.


MOULTRIE, Ga. – There are now 374 total positive cases of COVID-19 in Colquitt County, according to Colquitt Regional Medical Center.

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MOULTRIE, Ga. – Agriculture is a large deal in South Georgia, and its economy is suffering in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, affecting farmworkers all over.

TIFTON, Ga. — The Tift County Sheriff’s Office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are investigating a shooting death that occurred on Monday, May 25, according to a press release from the GBI.


MOULTRIE, Ga. — The traditional Memorial Day gathering at Cobb Funeral Chapel was canceled due to concerns about COVID-19, but members of the American Legion decorated graves of veterans there anyway. Small commemorations, some of them private, were also held elsewhere on Monday.

MOULTRIE, Ga. -- The month of May signifies the start of the United Way of Colquitt County’s allocation process. COVID-19, however, made this year’s expectations a little different.


MOULTRIE, Ga. — Friendship Missionary Baptist Church is pleased with streaming its Sunday service, but at least one member longs for the good old days, before the coronavirus.


MOULTRIE, Ga. -- U.S. Rep. Austin Scott is running as the incumbent for re-election to Georgia’s District 8 House of Representatives seat. If re-elected, he plans to continue his work in the Agricultural Services and Armed Services committees.


MOULTRIE, Ga. -- Danny Ellyson said if you take a political position for the sake of planting your feet, you’re already making a mistake. He’s not in politics for the career but rather to give back to the people.


MOULTRIE, Ga. -- Vance Dean spent the first 45 years of his life in business, but the birth of his daughter, Ellie, brought a new mission: making the world better for her and his three other children.

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MOULTRIE [mdash]Larry Lewis of Norman Park passed away. The viewing will be held Friday, June 5, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m at Southview Mortuary. We ask that you wear a facial covering to enter. Services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at The Portico at Southview Mortuary and we a…

VALDOSTA [mdash] Callie Inell Browning Daniels, 93, of Valdosta, died on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at her residence following a period of declining health. She was born on April 13, 1927 in Nashville, Georgia to the late Martin Chester Browning and Rosa Sutton Browning. She was dedicated to her…

MOULTRIE [mdash]Cythia Feijoo 61 of Moultrie transitioned from this life on Monday, June 1, 2020. Services are incomplete at the this time and will be announced at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Southview Mortuary, Inc.