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Musculoskeletal Center-Tift Regional Medical Center

Mar 16, 2017 by Victoria Burnette

Tift Regional Health System (TRHS) has started the construction of a new $22 million musculoskeletal center at the Tift Regional Medical Center (TRMC) West Campus which will consolidate outpatient orthopedic, rheumatology, neurology, pain management and rehabilitation services into one facility. The TRMC West Campus is located in Tifton at the crossroads of Highway 41 and Interstate 75. The Hospital Authority of Tift ...

Region 10 STAR Recognition Dinner

Mar 15, 2017 by Victoria Burnette

Mary Kathryn Howard and Jake Alley represented Tift County High School at the Region 10 STAR recognition dinner Thursday night at the Valdosta Country Club. Howard and Alley were named the best in the Region 10 competition and will represent the region at the state competition in Atlanta on April 24. Pictured (left to right) are TCHS Principal Kim Seigler, Alley, Howard and her parents Kaylar and Drew Howard. The progr...

Paxen Ribbon Cutting

Mar 14, 2017 by Victoria Burnette

Paxen held its ribbon cutting at its new Tifton location at the Georgia Department of Labor at 301 S. Tift Avenue. Paxen staff was joined by Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors and staff. Paxen provides education and workforce skills to area residents to help them achieve in the classroom and in the work force.

Moore's Fencing and Lawn Maintenance

Mar 14, 2017 by Victoria Burnette

Harvey Moore and his staff at Moore’s Fencing and Lawn Maintenance celebrated their ribbon cutting Friday. They were joined by Ambassadors and staff with the Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce.

Tift Co. College & Career Academy officially gets state grant

Mar 14, 2017 by Victoria Burnette

Sen. Greg Kirk joined Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle to deliver a check for $3.1 million to Tift County school officials to create the Tift College and Career Academy recently in Atlanta. “A one-size-fits-all education model is no longer viable for our students in today’s modern, 21 st-century economy,” said Lt. Governor Cagle. “Our outstanding network of College and Career Academies embrace t...