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Georgia Southwestern State’s police chief dies unexpectedly

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Oris Bryant died unexpectedly; he served Georgia Southwestern for 18 years.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder

Superintendent of Harris County Schools to retire
Harris County Superintendent Craig Dowling will retire effective Jan. 1, the school board announced Friday.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer/Saturday

UGA’s Red & Black named finalist for newspaper award
University of Georgia student newspaper Red & Black was named a finalist for non-daily Newspaper Pacemaker contest put on by the Associated Collegiate Press.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Saturday

Muscogee County Superintendent to propose hiring of assistant superintendent
Superintendent David Lewis is proposing that Rebecca Braaten, whom he worked with in Polk County, be named to the position.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer/Sunday

UGA has big win against South Carolina
No. 11 Georgia essentially saved its season and put itself back in the national spotlight for a good reason with a 41-30 win over No. 6 South Carolina.
Source: Macon Telegraph/Sunday

Godley Station K-8 school faces transportation issues
On a good day more than 18 school buses and 300 cars drop off 1,606 students at Godley Station School. On rainy days the automobile traffic swells to as many as 700 cars.
Source: Savannah Morning News

University system enrollment down by nearly 3% from last year
The decline will cost the system about $20.2 million in so-called formula funding, according to the proposed budget request.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

New Barrow Elementary School unveiled in Clarke County
Workers preserved the shell of the old school and a few features such as wooden floors and ceilings in the early part of the building, but the rest is brand-new.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Bibb County Schools gets offers of low priced computers, Internet access
The Connect2Compete program was piloted in Bibb County last year and is now serving as a national model.
Source: Macon Telegraph

UGA gets 5-year, $10.4 million for glycan research
The grant is from the National Institutes of Health to develop technologies for the analysis of glycans, which play critical roles in cell regulation, human health and disease progression.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

HeritageBank donates $425,000 to Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program
The donation will benefit Georgia students attending private K-12 schools of choice.
Source: Albany Herald

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