State Sen. Blake Tillery, center, chats with Rayonier Advanced Materials mill manager Clay Bethea, left, and Calvary Baptist Church pastor Vann Dempsey.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods made a special trip to Jesup this week to meet with local Work-Based Learning students. Woods, left, was welcomed by State School Board member Michael Long.
An aerial view shows the active cell(s) where trash is now being dumped at Republic Services’ Broadhurst Environmental Landfill. The mound stands some 150-plus feet tall. Refuse dumped there is covered in earth that is removed from nearby areas, resulting in the pond areas visible near the mound. This view shows the landfill from the west.

News Stories

Quamane Montay Carr received life without parole Tuesday morning in Wayne Superior Court, in what Judge Stephen G. Scarlett called a “senseless murder.”
State Sen. Blake Tillery, center, chats with Rayonier Advanced Materials mill manager Clay Bethea, left, and Calvary Baptist Church pastor Vann Dempsey.
Rural issues dominated the discussion at the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce’s Post-Legislative Luncheon Thursday.
Quamane Montay Carr received life without parole Tuesday morning in Wayne Superior Court for what Judge Stephen G. Scarlett called a “senseless murder.”

Opinion

We would like to welcome back DaShuan McGee to Wayne County High School’s band program—this time as its director.
Congratulations to Dell Keith, the Wayne County Industrial Development Authority’s  executive director, who was quoted in the April issue of Georgia Trend.
The Wayne County Board of Education made a wise move Tuesday when it officially approved a partnership with Coastal Plains Charter High School.

Sports

Lady Jacket Amani Trice sets up her defense against a Statesboro High player.
The Wayne County varsity girls took the Region 2-AAAAA soccer championship last Tuesday with a 2-1 win over Statesboro High, avenging their only region loss of the season, which came at the hands
Alexis Scarborough at No. 3 singles gets set for a return shot against Jones County High.
The Wayne County High Lady Jackets advanced to the “Sweet 16” round of the Georgia High School Association’s AAAAA state tennis tournament with a 3-2 win on Monday over Jones County High.

Obituaries

Royal
 
Pearlean McMiller-Swint
Rinehart & Sons
 
Myron A. “Jeff” Jeffers
Rinehart & Sons
 
Jerry Lamar Lane

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