The Lady Warriors of TCHS are still on the move with the softball team winning the first round of State Playoffs! The ladies move on to Round Two in the State Tournaments this week. The “Sweet Sixteen” round is to be hosted at TCHS October 23.
Reidsville Dairy Queen owners Curtis and Sally Thorsen have sold the restaurant to Glennville Dairy Queen owner Zuber Malek. The deal was effective Monday, October 21. The Thorsens have decided to retire after 25 plus years in the business.
Tabatha Davis, former Tattnall County Schools Transportation Director, was arrested October 17 and charged with theft by taking for illegally selling a Tattnall County special education bus and not turning in the money. Davis, a Reidsville resident, resigned her position with the school system a couple of weeks ago.
Ann R. Purcell, of Reidsville, has been awarded the Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Burglaries and vandalism occurred at the Reidsville Dairy Queen and Reidsville Middle School in the early morning hours of October 16.
Trick-or-Treat will be held county-wide on Halloween night, Thursday, October 31, from 6-8 p.m.
Obituaries this week:
Voncile Bradley Andrews, 89
James Ronald Kennedy
Norine Jones Peth, 85
Mrs. Mavis Hutto Wilds, 75
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