A serious vehicle accident on Sunday, April 21 at what is known as Tatum’s Crossroads, between Glennville and Reidsville, sent one driver by LifeStar to Memorial in Savannah. 18-year-old Kyle Altman, a senior at Tattnall County High School, remained in critical condition most of this week. The other driver, Brandon Johnson, a family man and local banker, received slight injuries. A prayer meeting was held at Tattnall County High School on Wednesday for Kyle and his family. You can see highlights of that in a video by clicking HERE.
Also on the front page, locals were excited to learn that Kennedy Bridge Road has reopened after almost a year of construction rebuilding the old bridge.
The 26th annual Law Enforcement Appreciation cookout was held at Wayne Dasher’s Pond House in Glennville and Governor Nathan Deal was among the honored guests.
The Paul Anderson Youth Home in Toombs County has a gardening project going on, which is overseen by the young men served in the program.
And, the scamming industry is alive and well, with yet another local phone scam going around.
Obituaries this week:
Infant Kingston Bennett
Myrna Loy Galbreath, 81
Jonathan Patrick Howard, 20
Mrs. Zadene Walker, 79
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