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Memorial Day tribute begins at 10 a.m. Monday, May 27 at the Courthouse

The event, hosted by the American Legion Post 157, will be held on the front lawn of the Seminole County Courthouse located on Knox Avenue in downtown Donalsonville.   Memorial Day weekend begins Friday afternoon and the annual Seminole County Memorial Day celebration and ceremony, honoring those who gave the supreme sacrifice for our freedom. begins…

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Indian linksters headed to State Golf Tournaments

The Seminole County Indians and Lady Indians’ golf teams are practicing hard this week in preparation for the 2019 GHSA State Golf Tournament.  This year the boys tournament will be held at Southern Landing Golf Course in Warner Robbins and the girls will compete at Southern Hills in Hawkinsville.  Both tournaments will be a two…

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Indian Artifact Show Saturday, May 18 – 8 a.m. – 12 noon

The Kolomoki Archeological Society is hosting an Indian Artifact Show at the American Legion Post 157, located on Highway 39 just south of Donalsonville, this Saturday, May 18 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. This show is open to the public and collectors are welcome to bring their items for display.

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Veteran coach Trey Woolf hired to lead Indians

The Seminole County Indians have a new head football coach. The Seminole County Board of Education voted Monday night to hire former Early County football head coach and athletic director Trey Woolf to lead the Indian football program. Woolf retired from Early County High School in  Blakely,  in June of 2017 after 27 years with…

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Caliber to perform at Police Week Fun Day this Saturday, May 18

On Saturday, May 18, in celebration of National Police Week, the Donalsonville Police Department’s fourth annual Community Fun Day will be held from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the corner of Wiley Avenue and West Crawford St. (Fairgrounds). During the Community Fun Day Celebration, there will be games, prizes, food, vendors, entertainment by the…

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City to end storm debris pick up plan May 27

City of Donalsonville  personnel have been working to pick up items related to storm debris on city streets since assuming responsibility for this in January. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has informed the city they will be responsible for vegetative debris removal on state roads at this time. Citizens have responded and have complied…

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Council appoints three to historic preservation commission

At the May 7 meeting, the City Council of Donalsonville selected three citizens, Becky Grantham, David Maxwell and Sheila Williams, to serve on the city’s newly formed Historic Preservation Commission. In approving the appointments it was noted by the city manager and council that each of the appointees has a heart for the preservation of…

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Seminole County Commissioner Darius Culverson honored as 2019 ACCG Leadership Development Advocate of the Year

The Association County Commissioners of Georgia, also known as ACCG or Georgia’s County Association, recently awarded Seminole County Commissioner Darius Culverson with the 2019 Leadership Development Advocate of the Year Award. Each year, ACCG uses its Awards and Recognition Program to honor individuals that work to further the mission of county government, ACCG, or both.…

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SCHS to graduate 96 May 24

The graduation ceremony for the Seminole County Middle/High School will be held on Friday, May 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Jesse McLeod Gymnasium.   There are 96 members of the Class of 2019.  On May 24, Kent Richardson, SCMHS Principal, and Brinson Register, Seminole County School Superintendent, will present the graduates with their diplomas that…

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Green Machine’s awards banquet and concert is Tuesday, May 14

The Seminole County Green Machine Band will host A.B.C. 2019 (Awards – Banquet – Concert) on Tuesday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the SCHS Cafeteria. Admission is $10.00; $5.00 for children four to ten years old; and children three years old and younger are admitted free. Band members are required to attend, and are…

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