Members of the team include Joshua Gordon, Jasper Dubberly, Mason Robertson, J.T. Crosby, Kalijah Hartzog, Hagen Harter, Hamp Perkins, Griffin Boykin, Brice Miller, Gant Starling, Kaden Keith, Carson Poppell, Chase Bryant, David Moseley, Cooper Martin, Griffin Clark, Ford Townsend, James Maudlin, Cade Lambert, Brad Thomas, Walker Jones and Trent Jackson. The coaches are head coach Justin McDonald and assistant coaches Jordan Mullis, Barret Browning, Jesse Barfield, Andrew Carroll, Mike Roberts and chaplain
Ann Ray’s second-grade class from James E. Bacon Elementary School and Kimberly Townsend’s class from First School held a field trip to the Wayne County Farmers Market Friday. The students were able to purchase and learn about different fruits and vegetables. “If anyone wants to have a field trip, give us a call at 256-2332,” said market manager Debbie Pye. Giana Eden shows Ryder Rush of James E. Bacon how to make pottery.
An artist’s rendering shows the proposed Altamaha Nature and History Center at Jaycee Landing. The center would give visitors an overview of the region, its ecological diversity and its rich history.
Jacket pitcher Josh Gordon went six innings on the mound in game two to take the win. He also drove in the winning run on a sacrifice bunt to score Kalijah Hartzog.
A stopped Norfolk Southern train blocked the Nesbitt Road crossing Monday afternoon after it collided with a white GMC truck that can be seen through the opening underneath this train car. Two men in the truck have been treated and released for minor injuries.
The West Mims wildfire in South Georgia and North Florida jumped Georgia Highway 94 in Charlton County. The massive wildfire closed in on the St. George community over the weekend as local volunteer firefighters joined others to help protect homes in the area.

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If the city of Jesup is to sign on to a possible proposal from Republic Services as presented by County Commissioner Mike Roberts, something will have to change.
Ann Ray’s second-grade class from James E. Bacon Elementary School and Kimberly Townsend’s class from First School held a field trip to the Wayne County Farmers Market Friday. The students were able to purchase and learn about different fruits and vegetables. “If anyone wants to have a field trip, give us a call at 256-2332,” said market manager Debbie Pye. Giana Eden shows Ryder Rush of James E. Bacon how to make pottery.

Ann Ray’s second-grade class from James E. Bacon Elementary School and Kimberly Townsend’s class from First School held a field trip to the Wayne County Farmers Market Friday.

With all the public interest in an application filed last year for a large rail-spur project at the Broadhurst landfill, many people as of yet may not know that Republic Services already has appr

Opinion

This year’s Yellow Jacket baseball team just won’t quit.
Last week we reported on the West Mims Fire that is burning in and around the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.

Sports

Members of the team include Joshua Gordon, Jasper Dubberly, Mason Robertson, J.T. Crosby, Kalijah Hartzog, Hagen Harter, Hamp Perkins, Griffin Boykin, Brice Miller, Gant Starling, Kaden Keith, Carson Poppell, Chase Bryant, David Moseley, Cooper Martin, Griffin Clark, Ford Townsend, James Maudlin, Cade Lambert, Brad Thomas, Walker Jones and Trent Jackson. The coaches are head coach Justin McDonald and assistant coaches Jordan Mullis, Barret Browning, Jesse Barfield, Andrew Carroll, Mike Roberts and chaplain
For the first time in half a century, the Wayne County High Yellow Jackets are heading to the finals of the GHSA state AAAAA baseball tournament.
Jacket offensive and defensive linemen “get at it” during spring practice.
The Jackets will wrap up spring football practice Friday with an away scrimmage game in Nahunta against the Brantley County High Blue Herons.
Jacket pitcher Josh Gordon went six innings on the mound in game two to take the win. He also drove in the winning run on a sacrifice bunt to score Kalijah Hartzog.
In front of a loud and rowdy home fan base on Wednesday, the Wayne County High Yellow Jackets mounted two come-from-behind wins over the Carrollton High Trojans to advance to next week’s “Final 4

Obituaries

Howard-Jones
 
William Flynn Miller Jr.
 Rinehart & Sons
 
William Oscar “W.O.” Lyons
Rinehart & Sons
 
Alene Williamson Brissel

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