2006-02-15

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Miss Black to graduate from UGA; Riles, Woodrum, Black on dean’s list



The University of Georgia (UGA) announces that Faye Marie Black of Millen completed requirements for a bachelor of science in education degree at the end of the fall semester. UGA also announces that Sabrina Riles and Daniel Seckinger Woodrum, both of Millen, and Black were all named to the dean’s list for the fall semester. To be named to the […]

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National FFA Week marked Feb. 18-25



The National FFA organization will celebrate National FFA Week Saturday, Feb. 18, through Saturday, Feb. 25. “Living to Serve” is the theme this year, showcasing more than 300 career opportunities available to students through agricultural science education. Nearly half a million members around the nation will participate in FFA Week activities at the local and state level. The focus of […]

Agriculture careers are a major emphasis at JCHS



The State of Georgia is undergoing an overhaul of its curriculum. The State Department of Education is in the process of developing standards for all courses. As part of this change, vocational classes will have to implement career pathway instruction. Each student will have to choose a potential career and then take vocational courses that will lead to skills for […]

Georgia Cares question and answer column



The following information affects Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries with drug coverage from Medicaid. Q : W i l l Medicaid still pay for m y drugs? A : N o . Starting Jan. 1, 2006 Medicare Part D will pay for most of the prescription drugs you need. Medicaid will no longer pay for your prescription drugs. The last day […]