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South Georgia Pecan Company began in 1913 as a small shelling plant owned by the Pearlman family of Valdosta. In 1967, the company became a part of the Beatrice Food Group. With the breakup of Beatrice Foods in 1983, the current owners, the Worn family, purchased the company with a commitment to quality and service that has formed it into the industry leader that it is today. South Georgia Pecan Company is located in Valdosta, Georgia in the heart of Pecan Country. They are committed to producing safe, top quality pecan products for our customers and consumers. We have four plants located within a 1.5 mile radius which are designed and segregated for certain process in the production of pecan products, which include cleaning/grading in-shell pecans, a shelling plant, a finished processing/packaging plant, and a shell grinding facility.

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Valdosta Early College Academy began in 2008 as an innovative school formed as a partnership between the Valdosta City School District and Valdosta State University that blends middle/high school and college into a seamless, technology rich educational program. The target population for VECA includes low income, first generation high school/college students who are struggling learners with the potential to excel. VECA has a strong academic focus with the expectation all students will attend college. The curriculum provides rigorous and high academic and behavioral expectations offering small classes in a collaborative and discovery learning environment.  Instruction is designed to meet the needs of each student focusing on Math, Science, and Language Arts. 

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The STEAM Center for Applied Creativity and Innovation at Valdosta State University utilizes creative methods to educate South Georgia in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Its programs and resources are available to learners of all ages in order to achieve its mission of creating a collaborative community that cultivates increased STEAM literacy for all. This 18,962-square-foot center for innovation, which is partially run by solar energy, serves as home to a Tutoring Center, a state-of-the-art conference room, robotics tracks, several multipurpose rooms, and more.

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In 1981, Kent and Dawn Buescher started U.S. Press as a marketing-focused commercial printer. With a steadfast commitment to their customers, the couple knew their approach had to be different from other printing companies. Their goal wasn’t to simply equip businesses with marketing tools at low prices; their goal was to empower companies with the right marketing tools and teach their customers how to use them effectively. They also understood that their customers depended on them to get the job done right every time, which meant providing high quality products printed to exact specifications and guaranteed turnaround times. No compromises.

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The Valdosta Daily Times was established in 1867. Jack Robb is the publisher and Jim Zachary is the editor-in-chief. 

The Valdosta Daily Times is printed four days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and provides online news seven days a week. In addition to The Valdosta Daily Times print edition, The Times also publishes Valdosta Scene magazine each month and Ag Scene bimonthly. 

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