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Here’s the Sweet List! Shop local for Valentine’s Day

You can find the perfect gift that will put a smile on your Valentine’s face – right here at home from Seminole County merchants. See their ads and circulars in the February 7th and 14th editions For young love, old love, and everyone in between – there’s no better way to share your love with your significant other…

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High Yield Year! Young Farmers honored art GYFA Convention

The 49th annual Georgia Young Farmers Association convention was held this past weekend at the Augusta Marriott Convention Center in Augusta. The convention is the highlight of the year for GYFA members as state award winners are announced, scholarship winners are recognized, competitions are held, and newly elected Board of Directors are installed. The Georgia…

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A new Seminole State Park hopes to reopen in early May

Pictured: Construction work on Seminole State Park’s new picnic shelters is moving along very well. Hurricane Michael destroyed or damaged in some way all of the park’s picnic shelters, cottages, putt putt golf course, tree house, nature trails, campsites and multi purpose buildings Park clean-up after Hurricane Michael is still ongoing, but progress is definitely…

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The sky is now the limit for this little hurricane surviving cat

Last October was a terrifying time for Seminole County citizens – the human ones as well as the non-human, furry and feathered friends. Hurricane Michael’s 115+ MPH winds forever changed our lives and our landscapes. We are all survivors, but, sometimes, we all need a little help in the surviving department – especially the ones…

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Chamber’s Farmers Appreciation Luncheon is Feb. 7

Begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Friendship United Methodist Church fellowship hall The Donalsonville-Seminole County Chamber of Commerce and the Seminole County Young Farmers Association will hold the annual Farmers Appreciation Luncheon, Thursday, February 7, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall of Friendship United Methodist Church in Donalsonville. Seminole County’s Ag…

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Commissioner Black, Mike Casey headline February 7th Young Farmer banquet

Seminole County Young Farmer Banquet to be held at the Seminole County Middle High School Cafeteria Thursday, February 7th at 6:30 p.m. The Seminole County Young Farmer chapter will be holding its awards and recognition banquet on Thursday, February 7 at the Seminole County Middle/High School Cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.  Georgia’s Commissioner of Agriculture, Gary Black,…

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Second arrest made in July murder case

On Thursday, January 24, 38-year-old Christy R. Washington was arrested, taken into custody and charged with three counts of aggravated assault, murder, and felony murder in the July 25, 2018 death of Seminole County’s Michael Ladon Charckon. 27-year-old Steve Maurice Register, Jr., was previously arrested six months ago on July 29, 2018 – four days…

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SCHS Legacy Show Choir wins competition

The Seminole County High School Legacy Show Choir traveled to Montgomery, Alabama this past weekend to compete in their first show choir competition of the new year. The event was held at the Montgomery Performing Arts Center and was a part of the Capital City Classic Show Choir Competition. The choir performed selections from the…

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After work Yoga now offered by the Economic Development division at SRTC

The Economic Development division at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) is excited to announce the addition of Yoga to its 2019 Spring Continuing Education schedule. Classes begin on February 4, and will be offered every Monday and Wednesday during the month of February. To better suit the busy schedule of the community, the classes will…

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