This week’s front page leads off with awards presented by the Glennville Chamber of Commerce. Top awards were Citizen of the Year, who was Dr. Jim Strickland, and the Business/Entrepreneur of the Year awarded to Greg Woolard of Clyde’s Market and Rusty Pig!
Also on the front was an update to the story of Former Tattnall County Sheriff’s Deputy Ramsey Arnold. Arnold was sentenced to nine years to serve and five years probation in federal court on January 29.
JeMarcus McDaniel, a student at Tattnall County High School, received the HOBY Youth Leadership award.
Phillip Andre Beal was arrested in connection with an armed robbery at the Reidsville Country Store on January 7.
Members of the TCHS Junior Beta Club received awards recently at their conference and were recognized at the Tattnall County Board of Education meeting.
And a Sunday evening fire destroyed the home of Carolyn and Leon Tillman on Brazell Street in Reidsville.
Obituaries this week:
Bennie Brown, 91
Helen Brown, 93
Byron “Taft” Oliver, 73
Mrs. Christine Green Rich, 92
Grace Sophia Salvadore, infant
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