Collins Middle School student Janelene Sanders is the winner of the Tattnall County Spelling Bee! Janelene is a seventh grader. She won the Spelling Bee with the word, “dawdle”. She will now travel to district competition March 1 in Waycross.
The Lady Warriors’ basketball team lost their first round of State playoffs by falling to Dodge County in a close one, 73-71.
Tattnall County Public Safety Director Rod Kirkland was suspended for two weeks, with pay, due to an issue with employees. The incident is under investigation.
A tire of a bread truck got stuck in a small sinkhole behind the Tattnall County Courthouse and when the area was dug up, it was found that a pipe had burst, causing the water and sand to weaken the area and create the hole.
“California Dreaming” is hitting the stage this Saturday in Glennville. It’s a fun, energy-filled tribute to the music of the 1960s and early 70s. It will be held at 7 p.m. on March 1 at the Glennville City Auditorium.
Two Reidsville men were arrested recently for drug possession after a traffic stop due to dark tinted windows on the vehicle they were driving.
Obituaries this week:
Al Beasley, 73
Annie Laura Berry, 88
Scott August Fay, 61
Bishop John William Holloway
Jesse Robert (Bobby) Kennedy, 78
Darrell Simmons, 76
Ben Tillman, 95
Michael Gabriel Trevino
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