The Tattnall County High School Lady Warriors captured their first Region victory in school history! They will be hosting Cook County this Friday night, February 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the first round of State Playoffs. This story lead off the front page in this week’s edition. In another basketball-related story, J. J. Frazier, from Glennville, is a junior at Faith Baptist in Ludowici and recently made a commitment to play for the University of Georgia after his graduation from high school. Two other stories from TCHS also made the front page: Clayton Lloyd was selected as STAR Student and chose Tracie Stewart as his STAR Teacher. Also, Brenna Dreggors, Jessica Joyner and Candace Stephens have been nominated for the Governor’s Honors Program. One other front page story concerned a fire that unfortunately destroyed a family’s home in Glennville on February 14.
Other stories on the inside of particular interest include: Tattnall 4-H and FFA students at the National Junior Swine Assoc. Show in Perry, GA; PCA’s fifth and sixth grade girls basketball team won the Savannah Parochial League championship for the second consecutive year; a feature on school lunches; various articles on the upcoming Tattnall Chamber of Commerce banquet March 1; Warriors selected to the All-Region basketball team; and queens crowned in the Miss Tattnall Forestry Pageant from last weekend.
Obituaries this week:
Mary Lou Alexander, 84
Ozebel Lewis, 91
Ronnie Rogers, 60
Billy J. Smiley Sr., 71
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