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  • Ronnie A. Dixon Park Unveiled

    Ronnie Dixon Park

    Vidalia Mayor Doug Roper announces the renaming of the downtown Vidalia park with the assistance of  Mayor Pro-Tem John Raymond Turner, City Manager Nick Overstreet. Looking on is Dublin Mayor and friend to the late Mayor  Ronnie Dixon, Phil Best.

    Ever since it became a focal point of the downtown

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    Washington - This week, Congressman Rick W. Allen (GA-12) took several actions to address the nationwide shortage of baby formula.

    On Wednesday, Congressman Allen voted to pass H.R. 7791, the bipartisan Access to Baby Formula Actwhich would improve cooperation between federal agencies in

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  • RTCA Holds Honors Ceremonies

    RTCA 2022 Class 

    Robert Toombs Christian Academy held its annual High School Honors Day on Monday, May 16th in the RTCA gymnasium. Here's what Mr. Absher, Head of School at RTCA, has to say about Honors Night, "Honors Night is all about celebrating the accomplishments of our students and honoring those that have

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  • Bus Drivers Request More Pay

    At the May meeting of the School Board, Ralph Brantley approached the members regarding certain concerns he and other bus drivers have brought to his attention.

    “I’m only here as a representative of the drivers,” Brantley prefaced his comments. He went on to say that the drivers requested that

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  • Handy Voting Information

    Are you looking for a one-stop place to find out everything you need to know about the  May 24 Primary? Whether you vote Republican, Democrat, or Non-partisan, there’s one local website that has all you need to know before casting your ballot.

    Sample ballots for each party, as well as a list of all the

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  • Area Police Blotter

    Vidalia Police Department reports the following arrests.

    Parker, Natalie Williams - Uvalda - Simple obstruction

    Pittman, Amy Miranda - Lyons - Driving while license suspended/driving due care hands free

    Ransom, Marvin W. – Vidalia – Simple battery

    McCray, Brian Marquell – Vidalia – Simple battery


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  • RTCA Students of the Month for March/April/May

    RTCA SOM May

    RTCA’S Lower School Student of the Month for May is fifth grader Braylin Pittman. Braylin is the daughter of Mitchell and Becky Pittman. She has two brothers, Tatem and Milo, who also attend RTCA. Braylin was selected by faculty because she is extremely conscientious about her grades. She is a

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  • Allen Presented Anne sullivan Award by Lions of Georgia

    Elaine Allen with PIP Al Brandel 2

    Elaine Allen and Past Lions Clubs International President Al Brandel

    Each year Georgia Lions Clubs recognize individuals who have made a difference in their community for their work with disabled children.

    The Lions of Georgia presented Lyons resident Mrs. Elaine Allen with the Anne Sullivan Award at

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  • Toombs Escapee Back in Custody


    Just over a week after overpowering a Toombs County jailer and escaping in a Pineland Paper box truck, Robert Lee Presgraves is back in custody.

    Capt. Jordan Kight of the Toombs County Sheriff’s Office said Saturday morning around 10:00, a Montgomery County Deputy saw a man matching Presgraves

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  • Arrest Made in Theft of Church Funds

    Jeffery Lanier

    A  Statesboro man has been arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and charged with taking funds from a Metter house of worship.

    The Metter Police Department requested the state’s assistance on  Friday, April 29, involving a financial theft from Restoration Worship Center in Metter. The

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  • Sharpe Named May Sweet Onion Citizen

    Sharpe Award

    John Sharpe (L) and Vidalia Mayor Doug Roper

    John Sharpe entered the Chamber of the Vidalia City Council Monday night thinking he was there to discuss and ordinance. But it was all a pretense. What he was actually there for was to be announced as the Sweet Onion City Citizen of the Month for May.


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  • RTCA Holds Senior Academic Signing Day

    RTCA Scholarships

    Robert Toombs Christian Academy held its Senior Academic Signing Day on Wednesday, May 11, in the RTCA gymnasium. Twelve students have committed themselves to attend an institution of higher learning. After signing their name and the name of their postsecondary education choice, the students were

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  • JD Dickerson Students of the Month


    J. D. Dickerson Primary School would like to announce the Students of the Month for May.  Congratulations!

    Left to right: (Top row) Chloe Allen, Symiere Mincey, Davayah Bluitt, and Ciara Dekle; (Second Row) Kameron Durden, Evelyn Garcia, Kievy Hill, Wiley Coleman, and Hatcher Williams; (Middle Row)

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  • Toombs County Schools Receives BETA Distinction


    National Beta is proud to announce Toombs County Schools as a 2021-2022 National District of Distinction. This award is given to those deserving districts who offer National Beta in all schools in their district, and who induct qualifying students in all eligible grades (4‐12). Toombs County Schools

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  • The Coach John M. Peacock Foundation Awards Scholarships

    Peacock Foundation Scholarship Recipients

    The Coach John M. Peacock Foundation is proud to award scholarships to Madelyn Cartwright, India Cummings, and Cameron Coleman from Montgomery County High School.  These seniors excel in academic achievement, community involvement, and leadership that the foundation recognizes in athletes. 

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  • STC Receives Funds to Help Train Future Truck Drivers

    You hear it constantly on the news: there’s a shortage of workers virtually everywhere and one of the hardest hit professions is the lack of truck drivers to get products from the ports or distribution centers and finally on to the stores.

    But the Technical College System of Georgia has a program

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  • Department of Revenue to Begin Issuing One-Time Tax Refunds


    Governor Brian P. Kemp and the Department of Revenue (DOR) announced today that DOR will begin issuing special, one-time tax refunds this week. This initiative is a result of House Bill 1302, which the

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  • National Day of Prayer Observed

    Vid. Comm. Choir


    A National Day of Prayer was held all around the country last Thursday including right here in Toombs County.  Vicki Tillery coordinated the event again this year that brought people of all denominations together for a unified purpose.

    Originally scheduled to be held in the

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