This week’s front page leads out with awards and congratulations to several businesses and individuals honored at this year’s Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce. Among the awardees were Lisa C. Trim as Citizen of the Year and two Lifetime Achievement Awards presented to Dr. Oh and the late Janis McCurdy. WTOC’s Sonny Dixon was the guest speaker for the evening program and silent auction.

Other front page news … 16-year-old MaLisa James, a TCHS freshman, was injured in a single vehicle accident Tuesday. Two residents of the Stony Hill community were arrested for the operation of a meth lab. Former County Agent Reid Torrance was honored by the Tattnall County Commissioners. Commissioner Edward Kennedy announced his intentions to run for re-election. And finally, Newt Gingrich was Tattnall’s top choice during the Presidential Preference Primary held Tuesday.

Obituaries this week:
Theron Futch, 84
William H. “Bill” Middleton, 78
Betty J. Purvis Thomas, 85
Mrs. Sarah Thress, 90

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