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California-based manufacturer bringing 80 jobs to Eatonton
Gov. Nathan Deal announced Thursday that Aalto Scientific, a leading manufacturer in the medical diagnostics industry, will create 80 jobs and invest $9 million into a new manufacturing facility in Eatonton.
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- Eagle Ridge Elementary celebrates 10 years
- Chaplinwood fishes in the sunshine
- Need a Nerd expanding on North Wayne
- California-based manufacturer bringing 80 jobs to Eatonton
Cade Bass practices her pitching technique at the newly opened Between the Lines 8,000-square foot indoor facility located inside the Columbia Center at 611 Hammock Rd. Members gain 24-hour access to the batting cages, tee work and soft toss training stations, pitching rubber and areas for various agility and other sport-related fitness activities.
Between the Lines facility available for serious practice
Four partners came together to purchase an 8,000-square foot facility for baseball and softball development.
- Local Yolkal celebrates one-year anniversary
- Flooring America celebrates 30 years
- Auto clinic ownership in second generation
- Alliance Financial Partners furnishes passionate, long-term planning approach
- Between the Lines facility available for serious practice
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Ashlan Ramsey won’t return to the Clemson golf team next season. The nation’s best amateur player recently announced she will turn professional after the Curtis Cup this June.
Ramsey turning professional
One year of college golf is enough for Ashlan Ramsey.
- Bravette joining Jackson State track
- UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Chambers leads Lady Trojan soccer
- GMC bats stale after break
- Lady Dogs notch two conference wins
- Ramsey turning professional
Film Festival debut perfect opportunity for Milledgeville community to shine
Milledgeville will roll out the red carpet this week, ushering in the first-ever local film festival.
- Baldwin County's participation in the NCS is beneficial
- HODGES: Sunday is coming
- Voter registration is approaching, voice your opinion
- Extending community concern to beautification improves quality of life
- Film Festival debut perfect opportunity for Milledgeville community to shine
ARMERDING: Voters beware of oligarchs and bogeymen
There was a time, not so long ago, when my liberal friends wailed at me in outrage over what they claimed was conservatives engaging in “the politics of fear.”
- BROWN: Saturday afternoon at the movies
- CURTAIN CALL: Lots of music, theater this week in Milledgeville
- OUR SPACE: Curiosity is working hard on Mars
- RICHARDSON: Skin cancer ain’t so bad — don’t worry about it
- ARMERDING: Voters beware of oligarchs and bogeymen
MAY: The Milledgeville Lions Club thanks supporters
The Milledgeville Lions Club would like to thank the people of Milledgeville/Baldwin County for supporting our club at its recent spaghetti supper fund raiser at Crocketts Family Restaurant.
- SANDERS: Boys & Girls Club reaches to community
- QUEEN: Visitors compliment CVB employees
- BARNES: Local voices displeasure with Kidd
- GRIFFITH: Citizen questions Kidd's committee
- MAY: The Milledgeville Lions Club thanks supporters
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