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Nov 9, 2019

Letters to the Editor: Colonial Lake's plants are in flower - Charleston Post Courier

We work this park every Tuesday and Thursday morning.The vision for the Colonial Common will be furthered when work commences on Moultrie Playground. Hundreds of volunteers and donors are needed and invited to participate in this grand civic improvement. Join me and so many others. Yours is a gift to future generations.MICHAEL MASTERRutledge AvenueCharlestonRepeal ‘CON’ lawThe Oct. 17 Post and Courier reported on the “turf war” in which local hospital systems are engaged to stop each other from building facilities or providing services in Berkeley and Charleston counties.Hospital systems use the state Certification of Need law to stymie competitors’ plans while they proceed with their own. Charleston hospitals at war over MUSC's plans to build in Berkeley CountyWorse, they use the CON process and considerable resources to keep independent, cost-effective, high quality options from operating in our communities.The reason, as stated in the article, is that competition would have financial consequences for the established companies.We think the consequences of the CON law are far more detrimental to patients than competition might be for feuding health care systems.We have the ninth most restrictive CON law in the country and, as a direct result, insufficient numbers of surgery centers, addiction treatment facilities, birthing centers and other services.South Carolina has an estimated 6,331 fewer hospital beds than needed, 10-19 fewer MRI facilities than needed and 33-44 fewer CT scanners than needed.Rural patients travel farther for routine procedures and treatments, and urban patients are artificially limited to expensive, hospital-owned facilities.Charity medical care, a condition of the CON law, is less in our state than in non-CON states, according to a study by George Mason University Mercatus Center ( end result chokes off options for patients. The state of South Carolina needs to stop empowering the South Carolina Hospital Association and its members at the public’s expense and open the door to competition with all its consequences: increased access to more better quality options at lower costs and increased charity care.The CON law needs to be repealed.DR. MARCELO HOCHMANPresident, Charleston County Medical SocietyDirector, Coalition to Repeal CON input#fieldEmail {width:100%; border: 1px solid #b0b6bb; box-shadow: inset 0 1px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.1); border-radius:3px;} button.js-cm-submit-button {width:100%; font-family:"adelle-sans", sans-serif; color: #fff; background-color:#0078c1; padding:3px 0; border:0px;} h3.signup-header {font:18px 'adelle-sans', sans-serif...

Jan 12, 2017

Garden notes

Floral design program The Garden Club of St. Augustine will continue its Fun with Flowers series at 10 a.m. Jan. 10 at 3440 Old Moultrie Road. The make-and-take floral design program will be presented by Karin Sufalko, floral designer and owner of 57 Treasury. Sufalko will demonstrate several creative floral designs and guide participants in creating their own take-home arrangement. Demonstration arrangements will be raffled off at the end of the program. The cost is $20 and includes all materials. Attendees are asked to bring their own cutters. Reservations are required. For reservations, call 824-2930. Organic gardening class Registration is underway for an Organic Vegetable Gardening class at Flagler College. The class will be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays starting Jan. 14. The cost is $49. St. Augustine’s unique climate presents challenges and opportunities for organic vegetable gardeners. Beginners and experts will discover ways to organically grow herbs, vegetables and fruit; no matter how much space they have. The class is also suitable for individuals who live in a condo or apartment with no yard s... (St. Augustine Record)

Feb 2, 2016

EDDIE SEAGLE: February time to get things started outside

Agricultural College), Associate Editor of The Golf Course (International Journal of Golf Science), and Short Term Missionary (Heritage Church, Moultrie). Direct inquiries to (The Albany Herald)

Feb 2, 2016

Man uses stolen credit card to surprise girlfriend with flowers

MOULTRIE – Police arrested a man Thursday for allegedly using a co-worker’s credit card to purchase flowers for his girlfriend. Keo Traveous Carter, 20, was charged with felony forgery, two counts of financial transaction card fraud and obstruction of a police officer, according to reports from the Moultrie Police Department. Carter reportedly used a co-worker’s credit card to purchase flowers at Flowers by Barrett and have them delivered to the Burger King restaurant where his girlfriend works. Carter made another purchase at a Family Dollar store, reports The Moultrie Observer. Carter reportedly resisted arrest when officers showed up at his workplace Thursday. Afghan Air Force receives first four A-29 attack aircraft Legislative Update: Carter excited to be back in Atlanta Share and Enjoy Man uses stolen credit card to surprise girlfriend with flowers × ... (

Feb 2, 2016

Boys' basketball Top 20: Gonzaga returns to No. 1, Hylton moves up, Thurgood Marshall debuts

Miles is averaging more than 17 points and eight rebounds over the past eight games for the unbeaten Yellow Jackets. 8. McNamara (12-5) LW: 8 Jamir Moultrie is averaging 17.2 points for the Mustangs, who have won their last three games. Nick Plum for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC.?/?The Washington Post Host B.J. Koubaroulis runs through the top plays from the week of basketball in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area. 9. Wakefield (15-0) LW: 9 Deng Nhial tallied 28 points and the Warriors tallied a new season-high in points during a 97-68 win against Falls Church last Tuesday. 10. Eleanor Roosevelt (12-2) LW: 10 Senior Naji Marshall has scored in double figures in all but one game this season, including a 19-point showing last Tuesday in the Raiders’ win over C.H. Flowers. 11. West Springfield (13-1) LW: 11 The Spartans’ win streak is now at six games after Lewis Djonkam scored 14 points during a 57-43 win over Lake Braddock last Tuesday. 12. Douglass (10-1) LW: 12 Cameron Hayes registered his fourth double-double of the season when he scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Eagles’ 82-63 win over Friendly last Tuesday. 13. Episcopal (14-3) LW: 14 Nick Reed’s 28 points, including five three-pointers, helped the Maroon down Georgetown Prep last Tuesday, which was followed up by a win against St. Albans. 14. Tuscarora (17-1) LW: 16 After beating Briar Woods and Potomac Falls last week, the Huskies can complete a regular-season sweep of Loudoun County foes with wins in their last four games. 15. Oakland Mills (12-1) LW: 17 Naquan Williams-Day (20.7 points per game) and Daniel Kiely (19.2) have the Scorpions off to a strong start and atop Howard County. 16. St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (12-4) LW: 13 The Saints had their five-game win streak snapped in a 54-48 loss to IAC foe St. Albans on Tuesday. 17. Hylton (12-3) LW: 19 Senior guard Jerry Carter scored 26 points to lead the Bulldogs to an 83-44 victory over Patriot last Tuesday, their fourth win in an eight-day span. 18. Loudoun Valley (15-0) LW: 20 Despite scoring a season-low 48 points, the Vikings held off Rock Ridge before beating Woodgrove, 77-69, behind six threes from sophomore Jalen Williams. 19. Thurgood Marshall (16-2) LW: NR Anwar Henson had 29 points to lead...

Sep 18, 2015

Tift Co. FFA members, advisers attend floral design training

MOULTRIE – Tift County FFA members from Eighth Street Middle School, J.T. Reddick and Tift County High recently attended the South Region FFA Floral Design Career Development Event training held at Colquitt County High School. This training was developed specifically for FFA members and FFA advisers to strengthen their floral design skills as well as build confidence in their own creative ability. The training was led by area horticulture teacher and Colquitt County High School Agriculture teacher Adrianne Smith. FFA advisers/Agriculture teachers that were in attendance included Eve Rogers, Lynne Cook and Jimmy Cargle. The event allows students to showcase their talents in a competitive environment by utilizing the principles and elements of design. Students use the principles of balance, proportion, scale, focal point, emphasis, rhythm, harmony, unity and the technique of flower placement to create their designs. These designs will be judged by a Georgia Florist Association-certified ... (Tifton Gazette)


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