This week’s front page started off with a story on the Tattnall Space Surveillance Station, which is scheduled to be shut down for the remainder of this year.
Tattnall County native Daphne H. Jarriel was the recent recipient of the Deen Day Smith Service To Mankind Award. She was among two dozen Bulloch County area citizens to be honored at the annual banquet held at Georgia Southern University.
Dr. Jim Strickland is slated to lead this year’s Glennville Sweet Onion Festival as the parade Grand Marshal.
The GB Bank Group, Inc., hosted the annual Tattnall C.A.R.E.S. Survivor Dinner and a packed crowd enjoyed dinner, entertainment, guest speakers and door prizes.
And a Glennville man, Leo J. McKinley, was arrested and charged with four counts of sexual exploitation of children.
On the inside of the paper this week, check out the newly crowned Miss Georgia Sweet Onion, Maddy Thompson, as well as an array of little onion royalty crowned.
Obituaries this week:
Mr. Robert A. Jordan, 59
Mr. Johnny O. McGalliard, 71
Cherry Thompson Strickland, 75
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