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Indians host Shaw in preseason scrimmage Friday

Sophomore Devin Gale wins 2022 Iron Indian competition Are you ready for some football? The Seminole County gridiron Indians, under the leadership of head coach Cedric Stegall, will host the Shaw High School Raiders out of Columbus in a preseason scrimmage game Friday night, August 12 at Seminole Stadium in Donalsonville. Kickoff is at 7:30…

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Fresh start, fresh rules, new beginnings!

Pictured here are Rand Mims, Will Miller, Royce Robinson, Hugh Scarborough and Will Walker; bottom row: JoBeth Kelley, Lillie Hornsby, Shivani Kapadia, Savannah Alderman, BethAnn Smith, Kathryn Baxter, Maggie Palmer, Madison Martin and Jaleah Scarborough Written by JoBeth Kelley Editor of the SCMHS Yearbook What is the best school in Southwest Georgia, you may ask? That would…

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Local citizen Dennis Hayes praised for community clean up efforts

If you haven’t driven down Martin Luther King, Jr. Street in Donalsonville lately  and witnessed for yourself how almost litter-free the area is, well, it is worth the drive to do so. Local citizens informed the Donalsonville News last week of a Good Samaritan, Dennis Hayes, who has single-handedly been responsible for picking up the…

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Award-winning Hardee’s of Donalsonville receives Operations Excellence Award

Pictured here are Denise Meeks, District Manager and Katrina Crankfield-Ross General Manager;  along with Hardee’s employees Sabrina Samson, Malissa Clark, Katrina Crankfield-Ross, and Shakesha Henderson 2021 was an exciting and award-winning year for the Hardee’s of Donalsonville! To start the award-winning year, the local Hardee’s became a Certified Training Restaurant responsible for training future management…

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Local Scouts do a good turn downtown

Boy Scout Troop 700 has been hard at work over the Summer whether it has been placing flags along 84, or helping out at the Friendship Store. Most recently, the boys lived out the Scout slogan of “Do a good turn daily”, by picking up trash along Wiley Avenue. Troop 700 has a designated stretch…

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It’s time for some high school football

It’s time for high school football  and all through Seminole Land excitement is growing in the hearts of Indian fans  for this season that begins a new journey and quest  to be true to the colors and to be the best of the best.    To the cheerleaders, the players,  the coaches and fans and…

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The Emerald Isle

Back in my long-distance backpacking days, I received one of the pieces of traveling advice from a very experienced outdoorsman.  He told me to travel long enough to begin to feel the culture, the essence if you will, of your destination.  Mary Lou and I began to understand and truly get a feel of Ireland…

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