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Albany Technical College names GOAL finalists, Perkins Award and EAGLE winners

An Albany Area Chamber of Commerce panel will select one of the four GOAL finalists to represent the college in January

Albany Tech holds banquet to announce GOAL finalists, Perkins Award and EAGLE winners

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New University of georgia Extension Service director named

Laura Perry Johnson will take the top UGA Extension job on Jan. 1

Laura Perry Johnson currently is director of the Southwest Georgia district, which includes 41 of the 157 counties in Georgia in which UGA has Extension Service offices.

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Darton State College students share their culture with Montessori School students

College students interact with dances, stories, a writing activity, a plantain snack, and the breaking of a piñata

Darton State College international students entertain, teach Far Horizon Montessori School students

The Deerfield-Windsor School One-Act Play won the first runner-up award in the GISA AAA One Act Play competition

Mary Larkin Carden garnered one of five Outstanding Actor Awards presented at the event

DWS actors finish second at state one-act play competition

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Peterson bullying lawsuit against Dougherty School System heating up

Father alleges alcohol use on Westover team bus during basketball camp trip

A bullied student’s father is ratcheting up the rhetoric in a lawsuit against the Dougherty County School System.

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Filmmaker Alex Kendrick challenges Sherwood players

Star of 'Facing the Giants' addresses players

On the night the Eagles were set to play the biggest football game in the school’s history, they listened to a pregame speech from Sherwood’s biggest star - filmmaker Alex Kendrick.

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Charles Patterson named interim president of Georgia Southwestern State University

Charles Patterson is a vice president and dean at Georgia Southern University

Charles Patterson will assume the role of interim president of Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus on jan. 1, the day after GSW President Kenneth Blanchard retires.

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Deerfield-Windsor students get a taste of Colonial America | VIDEO| PHOTO GALLERY

"Why America is Free" curriculum exposes students to American history

A six week glimpse into life during Colonial America came to a close Thursday as students at Deerfield Windsor School’s lower campus capped off the learning experience with a special Patriot’s Day.

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Albany State University Notes - Nov. 20, 2014

Actress Ruby Dee celebrated; annual chamber concert

Albany State University will have its 11th annual Chamber Winds and Percussion Concert tonight and will celebrate the life of actress,activist and humanitarian Ruby Dee on Friday and Saturday evenings.

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Albany Technical College holds fall pinning and capping ceremony | VIDEO

Nearly 60 students graduate from Albany Tech in various health care related fields

Dr. Charles Rouse, owner of the Medicine Mans Corner and senior pastor at Liberty Baptist Church, was the guest speaker at a pinning and capping ceremony for the Albany Tech students who recently completed their requirements in several health care related fields.

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Dougherty County School Board hears from newly formed Student Advisory Council

Twelve students, three from each of the four countys high schools, present their agenda to the School Board

Dougherty School Board hears presentation from members of the new Student Advisory Council

Dougherty County School System Notebook -- Nov. 18, 2014

News and notes from around the DCSS

DCSS Notebook

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AT&T donates $40,000 for Dougherty County drop-out prevention program

The money will be used to bolster the resources of the Performance Learning Center at Monroe High

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Dougherty County School Board approves moving middle school gifted program from Merry Acres to Robert Cross

The move, which will take effect on Jan. 5, 2015, will better balance student loads at both campuses

BOE OKs moving middle school gifted program from Merry Acres to Robert Cross effective Jan. 5

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Tifton scientist wins Brooks research award

Timothy Grey receives D.W. Brooks Faculty Award

The award, given annually by the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, recognizes Grey’s work combatting herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth, or pigweed, and developing weed management strategies to replace a recently banned soil fumigant — methyl bromide.

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