Tuesday afternoon, parts of Tattnall County were hit with a severe thunderstorm that included high winds, hail and downed trees. Along with this story, other stories on the front include Tattnall County High School’s graduation ceremony, upcoming Memorial Day service in Glennville on May 28, flags placed at Sunlight Cemetery, and two candidates announcing their intentions for the upcoming election: Mary Ruth Oliver Ray is seeking to renew her seat on the Board of Education and Richard Higgs plans to run for District One Tattnall County Commissioner.
On the inside this week is a feature story on Fiona Nomura, Tattnall County Graduate who was accepted into the Naval Academy; and eighth grade promotion ceremonies at Glennville Middle and Collins Middle Schools.
Obituaries this week:
Lacy Warren Driggers, 86
Michael Patrick Hall
Cynthia Howard, 59
Maricela Maldonado, 39
Christopher Scott Simmons, 34
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