Glennville is welcoming a new business and potentially 150-200 new jobs with the recent addition of Onshore Outsourcing. The business is opening its location at the former site of Southeastern Technical College in Glennville, next to the City Auditorium.

A patriotic 4th of July program was held at the Tattnall County Veteran’s Park in Reidsville to remember the fallen heroes from our area.

The 146th Tattnall Campmeeting is set for July 14-21 and will feature Rev. Tab Smith and Rev. Jimmy Cason.

Four more arrested for marijuana this week.

Obituaries this week:
Mr. Robert Nathaniel “Nat” Beasley,  94
Mr. Pablo Lopez Cruz, 77
Dale Rogers Johnson, 64
Imogene Nail Wilson Keene
Linda Laverne Todd Long
Lila Johnson O’Neal, 51

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