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  • SDM Students See Red

    Red Ribbon

    AND THEY'RE OFF! -- Students at Sally D. Meadows Elementary School in Vidalia participate in the Annual Red Ribbon Parade to encourage remaining drug-free.

    The entire student body and most faculty members of Sally D. Meadows Elementary School put their books and papers aside Wednesday morning and

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 28 October 2021 | 00:00
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  • Two Toombs County Schools Shine for Education

    Blue Ribbon Schools

    Lyons Upper Elementary School and Toombs Central Elementary School have been recognized in nine performance categories and have earned the elite top distinction as Lighthouse Schools by the Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, a nonprofit organization that independently assesses schools to ensure

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 27 October 2021 | 00:00
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  • Area Police Blotter

    Vidalia Police Department reports the following arrests.

    Peterson, John Micheal - W/M - 37 YOA - 1088 Ezra Taylor Rd Lyons Ga Warrant Served (State Probation)

    Gonzalea, Teresa Michelle - W/F - 41 YOA - 215 Holland St Collins Ga Warrant Served (Statesboro Police Department)

    Spires, Justin Blake - W/ M

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    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 26 October 2021 | 13:05
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  • Altamaha EMC Makes Donation

    SECCA EMCL-R: David Avery, SECCA Director of High School Programs; Shelly Smith, SECCA CEO; and Romanous Dotson, Altamaha EMC General Manager.

    Altamaha EMC’s Operation Round Up program provides assistance to charitable organizations and agencies in the seven counties served by Altamaha EMC.  All Operation Round

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    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 25 October 2021 | 07:13
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  • Breast Cancer Survivor Talks Health

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and on this months Health Talk, our Jeff Raiford had a discussion with Memorial Health Meadows Hospital Director of Radiology Tracey Kennedy about the importance of early detection.

    Kennedy is a third-generation breast cancer survivor, and was diagnosed with

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 25 October 2021 | 00:00
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  • Local Libraries To Begin Renovations

    Great things are happening at the Ohoopee Regional Library but with progress, sometimes there must be a little pain.

    Cameron Asbell, Director of the Library System, says temporarily, there will be a few changes, but what will ultimately come out of those is something to really look forward to.

    “We

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 22 October 2021 | 00:00
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  • Oxford Makes Donation to SECCA

    SECCA OxfordL-R; Flora Torres, Oxford Import Administrator; Shelly Smith, SECCA CEO; Angie McDaniel, Oxford Senior Manager, International Operations; and David Avery, SECCA Director of High School Programs.

    Oxford of Lyons is pleased to present Southeastern Early College and Career Academy, SECCA, with a

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    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 20 October 2021 | 18:06
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  • No Jurors Needed for October 26

    Toombs County Clerk of Courts Nancy Pittman reports that jurors summoned to report on October 26 need not appear. All cases on the docket have been settled outside of court.

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 20 October 2021 | 09:36
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  • Dr. Rentz Officially Hired as Superintendent

    Dr. Wrens

    Montgomery County Schools officially has a new Superintendent as of Tuesday morning. At the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Education Monday night, the members approved by a 4-1 vote to hire Dr. Stan Rentz on a 49 percent contract to lead the day-to-day operations of the system.

    Dr. Rentz

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 20 October 2021 | 00:00
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Sportsbreak

  • LADY INDIANS READY FOR COLUMBUS!!! (Updated)

    10 27 21 VHS Softball Team

    The Vidalia Lady Indians are headed to the GHSA State Softball Championships in Columbus. Due to expected rain on Thursday morning, the GHSA has revised the Tournament schedule. The Lady Indians will now open play on Thursday at 4:00 P.M. when they take on the Bremen Blue Devils out of Region 5.

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 27 October 2021 | 07:27
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  • Luna Dominates TCMS Cross Country Season

    10 26 21 Juan

    October 26--Seventh grade Toombs County Middle School runner Juan Luna ran in 5 races this season. Not one time did a runner finish in front of him. Juan was 5-for-5 in his races. He won every single one of them. Undefeated. Juan's 1st race was on August 28th at the Bleckley County Clash of

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 26 October 2021 | 09:05
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  • Sports & Scores This Week (10-25-21)

    October 25--Here are the latest sports schedules and scores for the week.

    Monday, October 25

    Tuesday, October 26

    Baseball: Braves 6, Astros 2 (Game 1 World Series)

    Wednesday, October 27

    Baseball: Braves at Astros 8:09pm (Game 2 World Series) (WYUM, 1017 FM, Sweet Onion Country)

    Thursday, October

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 25 October 2021 | 06:35
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  • Indians Fall Short Against Toombs

    10 24 21 VHS Football

    Trailing 21-12 with 5:07 to go in the game, the Vidalia Indians mounted a furious comeback only to see their effort come up seconds short as they fell to Toombs County 21-19, Friday night in Lyons. 

    After Bryce Davis hit Kaleb Bennett for his 2nd touchdown of the night, the Indians trailed 21-19

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 24 October 2021 | 17:46
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  • Alexander Brothers Heating & Air Area High School Scoreboard

    Area High School Scoreboard – Oct. 22nd

     

    Class AA

    19 Vidalia "Indians" @ Toombs Co. "Bulldogs" 21 F

    15 Swainsboro "Tigers" @ Jeff Davis "Yellow Jackets" 14 F

    49 East Laurens "Falcons" @ Bacon Co. "Red Raiders" 27 F

    Class AAA

    13 Brantley Co. "Blue Herons" @ Tattnall Co. "Battle Creek Warriors" 10 F

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    Sportsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 22 October 2021 | 08:56
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  • Lady Indians Headed to Columbus Again!!!

    10 20 21 Holland

    For the 4th year in a row and the 7th time in the last 8 years, the Lady Indians of Vidalia High School are headed to the Elite 8 of the GHSA State Softball Tournament. On Tuesday evening, the Lady Indians punched their ticket to Columbus, sweeping Elbert County in two games 6-0 and 5-4 in

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 20 October 2021 | 18:34
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  • VHA Moves to 6-1 on Homecoming Night

    10 20 21 VHA Flag

    10 20 21 VHA HC

    Last Friday Night, the Vidalia Heritage Academy Football Team had a Homecoming to remember. The Eagles took on Nathaniel Greene in a region match up. The Eagles started off with a meaningful pregame. The VHA family honored Ethan Yearwood of Nathaniel Greene, a star athlete and well respected

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 20 October 2021 | 08:25
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  • VHS Cheer team Takes First in Statesboro

    10 18 21 VHS Cheer Screven

    (L-R) (Top) Coach Julie Spivey, Jadhari Jones, Danni Thompson, Hayden Williamson, Zoey Alvarez, Rocki Johnson
    (Middle) Rebecca Evans, Celeste Hodges, Hailey Metts, Jayla Phillips, Breanna Barfield, Brynna Wheeler, Emma Neesmith, Coach Ann Michele Toole 
    (Bottom) Abby Barr, Cadence Lanier, AnnaBeth
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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 18 October 2021 | 14:43
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  • Indian Runners Dominate WACO Invitational!

    10 18 21 WACO Inv Collage

    The Vidalia High School Cross Country teams traveled to Sandersville on Thursday, where they competed in the WACO Invitational, with both the boys and girls team capturing first place. Six boys and five girls registered Personal Records, with the Indians out-pacing Baldwin by 41 points and the

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Community Calendar

  • Area Blood Drives

    Despite ongoing appeals to donors and the public, the American Red Cross emergency blood and platelet shortage continues. Thousands have answered the call to give, but additional donors are needed as we head into the busy holiday season. Donors of all blood types – especially type O – and platelet donors

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    Community Event | Jeff Raiford | 26 October 2021 | 08:04
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  • Christmas In Dixie

    Christmas in Dixie

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    Community Event | Jeff Raiford | 25 October 2021 | 15:46
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  • Higgston Trunk or Treat

    Higgston Trunk or Treat

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    Community Event | Jeff Raiford | 25 October 2021 | 15:45
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  • Trick or Treat Set in Lyons

    The City of Lyons will hold Trick or Treating on Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

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    Community Event | Kathy Hilt | 20 October 2021 | 12:29
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  • Lyons Lighted Christmas Parade

    The Lyons Lighted Christmas Parade will be Friday, December 3, beginning at 6:00 p.. Registration is now open at www.LyonsMainStreet.com. Click the events tab and select Lighted Christmas Parade from the menu. The deadline to register is November 19th.

    Call 526-6445 for more information.

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    Community Event | Kathy Hilt | 20 October 2021 | 12:24
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  • ConnectHer Event

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    Community Event | Jeff Raiford | 20 October 2021 | 11:58
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  • Library Closing Temporarily for Renovation

    The Vidalia Toombs County Library and the Nelle Brown Memorial Library in Lyons will be closing on November 6, 2021 for one month while the books are being moved for the upcoming Vidalia Library renovation.  This is just a temporary closure to ensure that the two locations' book collections can be

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    Community Event | Jeff Raiford | 20 October 2021 | 08:51
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  • Giving Back To The Community For Thanksgiving

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    Community Event | Jeff Raiford | 19 October 2021 | 08:24
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  • Neighborhood Trick-Or-Treating

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    Community Event | Jeff Raiford | 18 October 2021 | 13:12
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10 27 21 VHS Softball Team

The Vidalia Lady Indians are headed to the GHSA State Softball Championships in Columbus. Due to expected rain on Thursday morning, the GHSA has revised the Tournament schedule. The Lady Indians will now open play on Thursday at 4:00 P.M. when they take on the Bremen Blue Devils out of Region 5. The complete AA Bracket may be viewed HERE

The 2AA Champions are making their 4th trip in as many years and carry a record of 28-5 into the Championships. “We are excited about the opportunity to represent our school and community at the state softball tournament,” said Indian Head Coach Ben Beck. “The girls and the coaching staff have worked hard and are prepared for the next 3 days. We are going to approach it one game at a time and not let the moment get too big. Hopefully we can do the little things it takes to play our best and have the outcome come out in our favor.” Beck added.

Fans planning to go to Columbus must purchase their tickets through GoFan.com. Tickets are $15.00 each, and all fans must wear a mask when entering the facility.

If you can’t make the trip to Columbus, all games will be available on the NFHS Network by clicking HERE. Games can also be heard on News Talk Radio WVOP (970 AM & 105.3 FM) with Lynn Moore providing the play-by-play.  (Courtesy of VHS) 

10 26 21 Juan

October 26--Seventh grade Toombs County Middle School runner Juan Luna ran in 5 races this season. Not one time did a runner finish in front of him. Juan was 5-for-5 in his races. He won every single one of them. Undefeated. Juan's 1st race was on August 28th at the Bleckley County Clash of Classes. This race was just against other 7th graders and Juan finished with a time of 13:11, in 1st place out of 35 runners. At his home meet, the Bulldog Invitational on September 16th, Juan ran an 11:49.01, finishing 1st out of 130 male runners. 

 A week later at the Southern Championships hosted by Jeff Davis, Juan ran a 12:00 flat, finishing 1st out of 167 runners. On September 28th, at a smaller Dodge County meet, Juan ran a 12:31 and finished 1st out of 65 runners. Finally, at the Georgia Middle School State Championships, hosted by Bleckley County on October 16th, Juan ran an impressive 11:49.97 on a difficult course, finishing 1st out of 215 runners, claiming the individual state championship. 

 Coach Katie Goodwin had this to say about Juan, "Juan Luna had an unforgettable season. I could tell he was talented from the beginning, coming out and winning his 1st race. Each day he showed up to practice with a great attitude and strong work ethic. He pushed himself in workouts and in every race.  Going into the state meet, I thought he had the potential to win, but I knew he would have lots of competition. It was such a thrilling moment when he crossed that state finish line in 1st, just 3 seconds ahead of 2nd place. It was the perfect ending to his undefeated season, and he is so deserving I'm very happy for Juan, and so proud of him I'm looking forward to seeing what he can accomplish next season and throughout his high school career as well."

10 24 21 VHS Football

Trailing 21-12 with 5:07 to go in the game, the Vidalia Indians mounted a furious comeback only to see their effort come up seconds short as they fell to Toombs County 21-19, Friday night in Lyons. 

After Bryce Davis hit Kaleb Bennett for his 2nd touchdown of the night, the Indians trailed 21-19 with just 1:31 to go in the game. Following an unsuccessful onside kick attempt, Toombs County would have the ball at their 45-yard line with a chance to run out the clock, with the Indians having only one time out. But the Indians defense forced a loss on the first play, calling their timeout. On the next play, the Vidalia defense forced the runner out of bounds stopping the clock with just over a minute to go. On third down, the swarming Indian defense stopped the Toombs runner, forcing a Toombs punt. 

10 24 21 VHS Football 2

The Indians would fair catch the ball on their thirty-yard-line with less than 30 seconds to go in the game. On the first play, Davis hit Jordan Powell for a huge gain to the Bulldog 37-yard line. Unable to get out of bounds, the Indian offense would scramble to the line, and Davis would clock the ball to stop the clock with 9 seconds to go in the game. 

Davis would scramble to his right on the next play and find Bennett at the Toombs 37-yard line for the catch. Bennett would appear to get out of bounds with the line judge signaling an out of bounds play and a first down with 4-seconds to go in the game. But as the Indians were moving personnel onto the field for a potential game-winning 52-yard yard field-goal try by Tate McDaniel, the clock started, and time ran out before the Indians could even get set up, ending the game.

 10 24 21 VHS Football 1

After the game, when asked what explanation the official gave him, Indian Head Coach Jason Cameron said, “they told us that K.B. didn’t get out of bounds and it was just a first down, so that’s why the clock started. We thought he got out of bounds, because that’s what the referee signaled, but apparently that wasn’t the case.”

On the night, the Indians outgained Toombs by 85-yards, limiting Toombs to just 68 total yards in the 2nd half. But the Indians were again unable to put the ball in the end zone on two occasions, having to settle on Field Goals by McDaniel. 

The Indians took the ball on the game’s opening drive and would turn the ball over on a fumble at their 30-yard line. But the Indian defense forced a four-play and out, and Vidalia took the ball over on their 30-yard line. 

The Indians would then go on a nine-play drive to the Toombs County 17- yard line but could not push it in for six and would get a 34-yard field goal from McDaniel to make the score 3-0. 

After forcing Toombs to a three and out, the Indian offense would begin their next possession on their 47-yard line. But the Toombs defense wouldn’t allow the Indians to move and force them into a punting situation. With Davis standing on his 39-yard line, the punt snap sailed over his head and bounced on the turf to the 30-yard line where Toombs would take over. 

Toombs would get their first score of the night three plays later when Gavin Hall hit Will Watts on a 28-yard pass with 1:14 to go in the 1st quarter to make the score 7-3. Toombs would get their second score of the night on their next possession when on 3rd and long, Hall would hit Caden Marsh on a 54-yard strike to take the lead to 14-3 with 11:01 to go in the half.  

The Indians would then go on a long, time-consuming drive, eating up 9:19 off the clock and taking the ball to the Toombs 15-yard line, before a loss of yardage to the 24, forced McDaniel’s 2nd Field Goal of the night, this time a 42-yarder which cut the lead to 14-6 at the half. 

Neither team would be able to do anything offensively in the 3rd quarter, but Davis would pull the Indians within two, four plays into the 4th quarter when he hit Bennett in the back left corner of the endzone to make it 14-12 with 10:32 to go in the game. The Indians planned to go for two, but a 15-yard penalty following the score forced McDaniel’s attempt to be taken from the 28-yard line, which missed just the left of the upright. 

The Indians looked to get the ball back in good field position after putting Toombs into a 3rd and long from their 30-yard line. But Hall would throw up a ball at the Indian 35-yard line, which Cam Robinson would wrestle away from an Indian defender, giving Toombs a 1st down with five and a half minutes to go in the game. Two plays later, it was the same combination for Toombs, this time for a 27-yard score to make it 21-12 with 5:07 left in the game. 

The Indians would then go on a drive that saw Davis hit Bennett on the score, setting up the final sequence, as the Indians came up short 21-19. 

The Indians finished the night with 285 yards, with Davis going 29 for 37 through the air for 238 yds, with 2 T.D.’s and an interception. The senior now has 1379 passing yards with 11 T.D.’s and 660 yards rushing with 8 T.D.’s. Bennett finished the night with 98 yards receiving and two T.D.’s while Jacaree Washington added another 96 yards. 

The Indians are now 2-6 on the year and 1-2 in 2AA Play and face a must-win against Bacon County this Friday night if they are to make the playoffs. Kickoff for Recreation Night is 7:30 from Buck Cravey Field. (Pictures by Carroll Williams) (Courtesy of VHS) 

October 25--Here are the latest sports schedules and scores for the week.

Monday, October 25

Tuesday, October 26

Baseball: Braves 6, Astros 2 (Game 1 World Series)

Wednesday, October 27

Baseball: Braves at Astros 8:09pm (Game 2 World Series) (WYUM, 1017 FM, Sweet Onion Country)

Thursday, October 28

Softball: Vidalia vs. Bremen 4:00pm (GHSA AA State Playoffs at Columbus) (News Talk WVOP-AM 970 & FM 105.3)

Football: Bulldog's Live 7:06pm (WTCQ-FM, 97.7, Classic Hits, 98Q)

Terrell Academy at RTCA 6:30pm (News Talk WVOP-AM 970 & FM 105.3)

Cross Country: Region 2AA Championship Meet at Toombs County 9:00am 

Friday, October 29

Football: Bacon County at Vidalia 7:30pm (WTCQ-FM, 97.7, Classic Hits, 98Q)

Treutlen at Hawkinsville 7:30pm (WYUM, 1017 FM, Sweet Onion Country)

Toombs County at Swainsboro 7:30pm

Wheeler County at Montgomery County 7:30pm

Grace Christian Academy at Vidalia Heritage Academy 7:30pm

Baseball: Astros at Braves 8:09pm (Game 3 World Series) (Joined In Progress) (WYUM, 1017 FM, Sweet Onion Country) 

Saturday, October 30

Football: Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech 12:00pm (WYUM, 1017 FM, Sweet Onion Country)

Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville) 3:30pm (WTCQ-FM, 97.7, Classic Hits, 98Q)

Georgia State at Georgia Southern 6:00pm

Baseball: Astros at Braves (Game 4 World Series) (WYUM, 1017 FM, Sweet Onion Country) 

Sunday, October 31

Football: Panthers at Falcons 1:00pm (News Talk WVOP-AM 970 & FM 105.3)

NASCAR: Cup Series at Martinsville Speedway 2:00pm (WYUM, 1017 FM, Sweet Onion Country)

Baseball: Astros at Braves 8:15pm (Game 5 World Series) (If Necessary) (WYUM, 1017 FM, Sweet Onion Country) 

Area High School Scoreboard – Oct. 22nd

 

Class AA

19 Vidalia "Indians" @ Toombs Co. "Bulldogs" 21 F

15 Swainsboro "Tigers" @ Jeff Davis "Yellow Jackets" 14 F

49 East Laurens "Falcons" @ Bacon Co. "Red Raiders" 27 F

Class AAA

13 Brantley Co. "Blue Herons" @ Tattnall Co. "Battle Creek Warriors" 10 F

44 Pierce Co. "Bears" @ Long Co. "Blue Tide" 6 F

Appling Co. - OFF

 

Class A-Public

21 Dooly Co. "Bobcats" @ Treutlen "Vikings" 13 F

(Homecoming Queen--Mia Baker

Homecoming King--Tim Blair)

14 Telfair Co. "Trojans" @ Wheeler Co. "Bulldogs" 12 F

53 Wilcox Co. "Patriots" @ Hawkinsville "Red Devils" 26 F

42 Johnson Co. "Trojans" @ Dublin "Fighting Irish" 35 F

Baconton Charter “Blazers” 0 @ Montgomery Co. “Eagles” 39 F

 

GISA-Class AA

7 RTCA "Crusaders" @ Bulloch Academy "Gators" 55 F

 

GAPPS – Class A

42 Vidalia Heritage "Eagles" @ DEA "Eagles" 16 F

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Obituaries

  • Mrs. Charlotte Sanders English, Vidalia

    Charlotte English Mrs. Charlotte Sanders English, age 79, of Vidalia, died Sunday, October 24, 2021, at Glenwood Health Care after a brief illness.  She was born in Lyons, grew up in Tattnall County, and graduated in 1958 from Toombs Central School.  She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from...
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  • Mrs. Lois Jean McLain Phillips, Soperton

    PhillipsLoisJeanPIC 002 Mrs. Lois Jean McLain Phillips, age 81, beloved wife of Shannon Moore Phillips passed away on Monday morning, October 25, 2021 at the Treutlen County Health and Rehabilitation Center in Soperton. Born in Toombs County, she was the youngest and last living of three children born to the late Cannie...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 25 October 2021 | 16:40
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  • Mrs. Juanita Webster Hickman, Lyons

    Juanita Hickman Mrs. Juanita Webster Hickman, age 92, of Lyons, died Friday, October 22, 2021, at Memorial Health Meadows Hospital in Vidalia after a sudden illness.  She was a native of Lake City, South Carolina, living in Charleston, South Carolina forty-five years before moving to Lyons in 2000.  Mrs. Hickman...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 25 October 2021 | 09:51
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  • Mrs. Joanne E. Rolen, Johnson Corner

    Joanne Rolen Mrs. Joanne E. Rolen, age 79, of the Johnson Corner Community, died Tuesday, October 19, 2021, from injuries received from an accident near her home.  Born in Canton, Massachusetts, she and her family lived in numerous cities along the eastern seaboard, and in northeastern Florida for many years,...
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  • Mr. Benito Dominguez Chinas, Hazlehurst

    Chinas Benito Mr. Benito Dominguez Chinas, age 48, of Hazlehurst, passed away on Friday evening, October 15, 2021, at Meadows Regional Hospital following his battle with COVID-19. He was born on July 10, 1973, in Veracruz, Mexico to Nicolas Dominguez Rodriguez and Jeronima Chinas Tinoco. Benito owned his own...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 21 October 2021 | 14:02
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  • Rev. Robert Darryl Brown, Vidalia

    Vincent R. Drummer Funeral Home announces the death of Rev.  Robert Darryl Brown age 55 of Vidalia, GA who transitioned from life peacefully on Sunday, October 17, 2021 at Advent Medical Center in Orlando, Florida.  Robert was born on April 20, 1966 in Augusta, GA to the parentage of the late Robert and Leona...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 21 October 2021 | 08:37
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  • Mr. Elton Sharpe, Vidalia

    Elton Sharpe Mr. Elton Sharpe, age 81, of Vidalia, died Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at Hazlehurst Court Care and Rehab after an extended illness.  He was a native of the Rock Springs Community in Toombs County and was a graduate of Toombs Central School.  He earned an Associate degree from Berry College in Rome and...
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  • Mrs. Rose Morris Riner, Cedar Crossing

    Rose Riner Mrs. Rose Morris Riner, age 90, of the Cedar Crossing Community, died Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at her home following an extended illness.  She was a native of Cedar Crossing and lived near there most of her life.  She worked at Hazlehurst Manufacturing and Rose Bud Manufacturing for many years. ...
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  • Mrs. Eva Mae Pruitt, Soperton

    Mrs. Eva Mae Pruitt, age 84 of Soperton passed away on Tuesday morning, October 19, 2021 at Treutlen Health and Rehabilitation Center in Soperton. Born in Montgomery County, she was one of four children born to the late Homer and Ollie Mae Woods Sharpe.  She had been a lifelong homemaker and...
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Church Calendar

  • November 7--Church Anniversary in Vidalia

    November 7--New Life In Christ Ministries, 208 Meadowbrook Street in Vidalia, invites you to help Celebrate their 23rd Church Anniversary, Sunday November 7th at 12:30. Social distancing will be observed. Mask must be worn. Pastor Germain Williams.
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  • November 6--Harvest Fest at Victorious Empowerment

    2021 1022 Harvest Fest   November 6--Victorious Empowerment Church, corner of Orange Street & Brogdon Street, invites you to Harvest Fest 2021, Saturday November 6th from 10:00 to 2:00. Free food, giveaways, live music and free clothing. www.victoriousempowermentchruch.org
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    Church Event | Jim Perry | 22 October 2021 | 18:53
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  • SPECIAL NOTE from Lyons Holiness Church

    SPECIAL NOTE Lyons Holiness Church, 336 Skyline Blvd, wants to announce New Times for their Fall Season. * Sunday evening services now start at 5:00* Wednesday evening services now start at 7:00 Pastor Donny Hughes
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Meet The Staff

  • General Manager

    Listen to WVOP

    Jeff Raiford

    912-537-9202
  • Program Director

    Listen to WTCQ

    Bob Roberts, WTCQ

    912-538-9898
  • Program Director

    Listen to WYUM

    Jim Perry, WYUM

    912-538-1017
  • Traffic Manager

    Connie Clifton, Traffic Manager

    Connie Clifton

    912-537-9203