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Legacy Show Choir and chorus preparing to perform Garden of Eden

The Seminole County Middle High School (SCMHS) Legacy Show Choir and chorus will present “Garden of Eden, A Musical Extravaganza” on Saturday, February 1st at 6:30 p.m. at the SCMHS Cafeteria. Tickets for the February 1 dinner theatre performance are $20 or you can purchase a table for $100, which will seat up to six…

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Local Girl Scouts preparing for annual February cookie sale

They’re on their way back! And oh, are the demands ever growing. Girl Scout cookies have become something of a season unto themselves, kind of like the holiday season for merchants, the football postseason for college and NFL junkies, and March Madness for the basketball aficionados. Seminole County Girl Scout Troops 40310 and 40437 are…

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Senator Dean Burke offers 2020 session priorities

On Monday, January 13, the Georgia Senate Majority Caucus outlined their priorities for the 2020 legislative session. This year, the Senate Majority Caucus plans to introduce legislation that includes fixes for marketplace facilitators’ collection of tax revenue, limits for Pharmacy Benefit Managers and measures to curb surprise billing, as well as additional funding to improve…

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MLK Day events set for Monday

Citizens of Donalsonville and Seminole County will pay tribute to the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 20. Line up for the annual 10 a.m. parade will be at Macedonia MB Church and it will travel down Second St. to the Seminole County Courthouse steps. After a brief program, the parade…

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Federal business deduction and State tax credit available for local businesses

As of January 14, 2020, 553 Georgia taxpayers have applied for $6.7 million of the $60 million in Georgia HEART Hospital program credits available in 2020. “Our participating rural hospitals are very excited about the continued financial support that citizens from throughout Georgia are providing to help enhance access to rural treatment,” says Lisa Kelly,…

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Georgia Chamber’s Morgan Law to speak at local chamber dinner

Morgan Law, Senior Vice President of Economic and Community Development at the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, will be the featured speaker at the January 30 annual membership meeting of the Donalsonville-Seminole County Chamber of Commerce. The event will be held from 6-8 p.m. at Seminole State Park’s large enclosed picnic pavilion. A Certified Economic Developer…

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Abigale Haywood is the 2020 STAR Student for SCMHS

Mr. Jordan Arline chosen as her STAR Teacher Seminole County Middle/High School (SCMHS) proudly announces Abigale Haywood as its 2020 STAR Student. Haywood, selected on the basis of his SAT scores, class standing and scholastic averages, has chosen Mr. Jordan Arline as her STAR teacher. The Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) Program, in its 62nd year,…

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Show your support January 9th on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

On January 9th, citizens and organizations in support of law enforcement officers nationwide will celebrate National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.) In light of recent negativity directed toward law enforcement nationally there is a need to show public safety officers that citizens recognize the difficult and sometimes impossible career they have chosen in public service.…

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2019 – The Year in Review

JANUARY Man-made destruction in downtown D’ville (1/10/19) On Sunday evening, January 6, Michael Anthony Torrance was traveling west in a Jeep Grand Cherokee on Second Street in the City of Donalsonville. Torrance failed to maintain his lane and traveled onto the north sidewalk of Second Street and his vehicle struck and completely destroyed one of…

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