Michael creates havoc for South Georgia cattle, poultry farmers

Hurricane Michael has had a huge impact on some of Georgia’s most important crops, including the Poultry and Cattle industries and the Georgia Department of Agriculture is coordinating efforts to assist recovery in the areas affected most by Hurricane Michael. Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black said Michael’s impact has been the most widespread and devastating hurricane in recent memory to impact […]

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Partain named Q3 Ambassador for Hart Chamber

Hart County Chamber of Commerce has announced announce that Terri Partain is the Ambassador of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2018. Terri is a real estate agent with Living Down South Realty, located in Hartwell, and the founder of the Lake Hartwell Active Aging Resource Network. She has shown dedication and support to the chamber by helping with […]

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St. Mary’s to offer EMS training on Nov. 1

St. Mary’s Health Care System will host a free educational conference for emergency medical services personnel on Thursday, Nov.1, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. Mary’s Hospital, located at 1230 Baxter St. in Athens. St. Mary’s holds free EMS Conferences twice a year to provide useful and relevant real-world information for EMTs, paramedics and first responders throughout Northeast […]

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GBI earns prestigious IACP/Thomson Reuters Award

On Oct. 9 at the 2018 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Awards Banquet in Orlando, Florida, the GBI received the IACP/Thomson Reuters Award for Excellence in Criminal Investigation. Accepting the award for the GBI were Special Agent Elizabeth Bigham and Digital Forensic Investigator Jacob Toulomelis. The GBI Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes (CEACC) Unit conducted an investigation […]

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