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  • STC Announces Grace E. Smith Scholarship Recipient

     2020 Smith ScholarshipGrace Smith’s mother and father Laura & Eric Smith, presenting the Grace E. Smith Scholarship to Erica HillmanFebruary 25--  On behalf of the Southeastern Technical College (STC) Foundation and the family of Grace Smith, STC announced the recipient of this year’s Grace E. Smith Memorial

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 25 February 2020 | 12:51
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  • Area Police Blotter

    February 24--  Vidalia Police Chief Brian Scott reports the following arrests.

    Zayzay, Tina K. - B/F- 36 YOA- 305 Kenworth St. Vidalia, GA- Driving While License Suspended or Revoked (First), No Insurance 1st

    McKenzie, Justin Ray– W/M- 33 YOA- 502 Pinecrest Dr. Vidalia, Ga.- Theft by Shoplifting (1st

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 24 February 2020 | 15:42
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  • BPC Receives Grant

    February 24--  February 6, 2020 marks the 15th annual Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation (GBHCMF) Grant Award Luncheon. This award luncheon celebrates those ministries throughout the state that have demonstrated effective and efficient direct health care services to their local

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 24 February 2020 | 08:33
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  • Notes From the Senate

    February 24--  Notes From Senator Jack Hill

    The Senate is considering the House and Governor's Amended FY 2020 Budget. A Conference Committee will resolve differences. The House made some restorations of the Governor's cuts totaling over $35
    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 24 February 2020 | 08:27
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  • The Road to Citizenship

     February 24--  If you’ve had any surgical procedures in the last two years at Meadows Regional Medical Center, chances are you may have  been under the careful observation of Curt Peters, R.N., and if you had the opportunity to hear him speak, you probably thought, “He’s not from around here” — and

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 24 February 2020 | 00:03
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  • Video Conferencing Coming to Toombs Superior Court

    The Toombs County Sheriff’s Office will soon be on the cutting edge of court appearances by inmates who are already in the penal system.

    According to Toombs County Sheriff Alvie “Junior” Kight, who made a presentation on the Video Conferencing Equipment for Superior Court to the Toombs County

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 21 February 2020 | 01:00
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  • Citizen of the Year Banquet Held

    Citizen of the YearFebruary 20--  The annual Vidalia Citizen of the Year banquet was held at the First Methodist Church Activity Center and was sponsored this year by the Vidalia Lions Club.  The recipients were 2019 Lady of the Year Cindy Williams, and 2019 Man of the Year Travis Deloach.

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 20 February 2020 | 20:24
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  • No Local School Closures for Friday

    February 20--  According to Toombs County School Superintendent Barry Waller, the Toombs County Schools will be in operation on Friday, February 21.  "We are monitoring the conditions of the roads today to ensure that our buses can safely transport our students to school. We have been in

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 20 February 2020 | 16:04
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  • EMA Directors Release New Flood Information

    Local Emergency Management Agency Directors in Montgomery and Toombs counties were optimistic at the beginning the week that flood waters would recede by weeks end, but that doesn’t appear to be the way it will be.

    Wednesday morning Montgomery County EMA Director Donnie Daniels said that six flood

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 19 February 2020 | 11:34
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  • State School Superintendent Recognizes Toombs County Senior

    Richard Woods and TC studentFebruary 19--  State School Superintendent, Richard Woods, presented TCHS Senior Cherish White with the Award of Excellence at the Georgia Department of Education on Tuesday, February 18.  Special Education Director, Sabrina Woodruff, CTI Coordinator,Sabrina Campbell and Grandmother Deborah Miller

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 19 February 2020 | 08:10
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  • Contention At County Meeting

    The vote of Montgomery County Commissioners to officially pass a resolution for an appointee to represent the county on the Heart of Georgia Altamaha Regional Commission brought some fire at last week’s meeting.

    Commissioners had advertised in the legal organ for two weeks asking for anyone

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 19 February 2020 | 01:00
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  • Wilson Named Dean

    Sonya WilsonSonya Wilson, Dean of Industrial Technologies for Southeastern Technical CollegeFebruary 18--  Sonya Foss Wilson has been named Dean of Industrial Technologies for Southeastern Technical College (STC), according to Teresa Coleman, Vice President for Academic Affairs.

    Teresa Coleman said, “Sonya

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 18 February 2020 | 12:19
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  • Toombs County BOE Recognizes Staff

    February 18--  The Toombs County Board of Education recognized their staff at their monthly meeting.


    Extra MileExtra Mile Award (Certified Employee)- Melissa Boyett pictured with TCMS Principal; Dr. Renee Garbutt and Superintendent Barry Waller



    WOW AwardWow Award (Classified Employee)- Mike Smith and Jen Marsh

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 18 February 2020 | 12:02
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  • EMA Directors Update Flooding Information

    Residents along the Oconee and Altamaha Rivers in Montgomery County were issued a local state of emergency last Thursday after rising flood waters began to overtake roads and properties.
    Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency Director Donnie Daniels released a Mandatory Evacuation Order

    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 18 February 2020 | 10:21
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  • Op-Ed on House Bill 545 by Mark Israel, 6th Generation Georgia Farmer

    Mark IsraelFebruary 18--  I’m a 6th generation Georgia farmer.  For 200 years, my family has lived within a mile of where I reside in Sumter County.  I operate my 1,500+ acre farm from a location that has continually operated as a farm headquarters for well over 150 years.  I’m a farmer's farmer, and no one

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 18 February 2020 | 09:13
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  • Area Police Blotter Report - Updated

    February 17--  Vidalia Police Chief Brian Scott reports the following arrests.

    Smith, Tyler Will-W/M –(27) YOA-2600 S Old River Rd. Uvalda, Ga.- Criminal Trespass

    Richardson, Jimmy Wayne- W/M- 52 YOA- 407 Carter Lane Vidalia, GA- Bench Warrant (Toombs County SO)

    Douglas, Steven Alexander- B/M- 41 YOA-

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 17 February 2020 | 14:06
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  • Notes From the Senate

    February 17--  Notes From Senator Jack Hill
    After taking off a full week to conduct subcommittee hearings, the House of Representatives worked on its version of the FY 2020 Amended Budget this week and the Senate held its own preliminary hearings as it began to consider the Amended Budget.
    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 17 February 2020 | 09:11
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  • Brewton-Parker Sorority partners with Secret Admirers for Valentines Day

    BPC1February 17--  This Valentines Day, one organization at Brewton-Parker College (BPC) made it their mission to serve the campus with a special fundraiser. Delta Mu, a BPC sorority, hosted a Valentine's Day fundraiser that raised over $250 for a local charity. In order to raise these funds, the

    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 17 February 2020 | 08:53
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