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Jan 16 – Savannah Area Business Buzzzzzzzz

Jan 16 – Savannah Area Business Buzzzzzzzz

 

The Statesboro Herald, located in Bulloch County and owned by Morris Multimedia of Savannah, is getting ready to celebrate its 75th anniversary, according to the company. The Statesboro Herald’s first form was as the weekly the Bulloch Herald. Randy Morton is the current publisher.   
“One of the projects I’m most excited about is a special hard-back pictorial book we’re putting together for release in November,” Morton said in a recent article in The Statesboro Herald.  “It will be called “Statesboro Through Our Eyes” and we need the help of all our readers to make it truly special,” he said.

Joe McGlamery is president of the Statesboro Herald.  Charles Morris of Savannah is president and CEO of Morris Multimedia.

 

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Col. Michael Cederholm, Commanding Office, Marine Aircraft Group, Marine Air Station Beaufort was at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida last week to welcome the Marine Corps new generation of jets to used by the Marine Corp’s attack group, securing the base’s future.

Construction began in September on a new training and flight simulator facility at Beaufort, a $351.8 million makeover of the air station must undergo prior to the jet's expected arrival in 2013 or 2014.

The F-35B will replace all of the F-18s now flown. The General told a local newspaper in Hilton Head, "This is not just about a jet…this is a paradigm shift that only makes the Marine Corps, and the United States, stronger. This is a big step, and one that brings us closer to receiving the jet in Beaufort."

The Navy announced in December 2010 that it would be assigning five Joint Strike Fighter squadrons to Beaufort MCAS, 88 jets in all. 

                                                                  

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Monty Lee, who joined The Colony Bank in November, has returned to First Chamber Bank as of last week. He had been hired by The Colony Bank to grow the local Colony brand and market share.  Tommy Hester is the newly appointed president of The Colony Bank in the Savannah area, one of Georgia’s largest state-chartered banking companies.  Lee is a native of Hinesville.

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Four of five Republican candidates in the race for Georgia’s 12th District Congressional seat currently held by Congressman John Barrow, participated in a Bulloch County Republican Party forum last week.  Rick W. Allen, Georgia State Rep. Lee Anderson, Wright McLeod and Maria Sheffield were on hand.

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Riptide Mixed Martial Arts Center has relocated its facility from Hilton Head Island to a spacious 4,000-square-foot space, located at 36 Persimmons St., Building 300, Suite 303 in Bluffton's Sheridan Park. According to Riptide owner, John Juarez, he relocated to a much larger, more up-to-date facility in order to offer more classes for its members. Riptide now offers longer gym hours, boot camp classes for women, more classes for teenagers and children and cross fitness training programs.

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