A Glennville man, Brian Neal Rollf (wife of Jamie Poplin Rollf) was killed in a vehicle accident in Savannah over the weekend. Easter photos by Allison Cobb (Photo Shop by Allison) raised $2,012 for Tattnall County C.A.R.E.S. The Collins Middle School Lady Bobcats basketball team won their fourth Region title in a row. A huge crowd was in Reidsville Saturday morning for the annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the E.E. Foundation, Inc. And, Shannon and Sterling Sharpe, NFL greats, are scheduled to be in town for the Glennville Sweet Onion Festival May 12 and will be honored at a dedication at Glennville Middle School Friday evening, May 11.
Obituaries this week:
David Cutbirth, 61
Ms. Tamie Forrest, 48
Ermatrue Durrence Kicklighter, 90
James Harvey “Jimmy” McCullough, Jr., 68
Brian Neal Rollf, 37
Mrs. Sue Nell Stanfield, 88
Robert V. Sikes, 92
Mr. Enman H. Threatt, 78
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