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  • Boston Sworn into STC Board of Directors

    Boston Sworn

    Brandon Boston was sworn in at the Southeastern Technical College (STC) Board of Director's September meeting on Thursday in Swainsboro by Emanuel County Probate Judge Don Wilkes (former chair of the board).

    Boston joins the board to represent Toombs County. He currently serves as J.D. Dickerson

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    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 26 September 2022 | 18:37
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  • Area Police Blotter

    Vidalia Police Department reports the following arrests.

    Lane, Bradley – Vidalia – Possession of marijuana/possession of controlled substance/aggravated battery/criminal trespass

    Johnson, Randolph Jr. – Lyons – Warrant served forgery 2 counts

    Toombs County Sheriff’s Office reports the following

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    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 26 September 2022 | 16:18
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  • Johnson Honored With Retirement Celebration

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    (L to R): Middle Judicial Circuit District Attorney Tripp Fitzner; Wilson Johnson; and former Middle Judicial Circuit District Attorney Hayward Altmah

    Wilson Johnson truly wants to make a difference in the lives of young people, and Thursday night, his efforts were honored at a retirement

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 26 September 2022 | 15:19
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  • Nobles Earns Lyons Citizen of the Year Recognition

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    Lyons Mayor Willis NeSmith presented Lucretia Nobles, 2022 Lyons Citizen of the Year, with a Key to the City.

    Lucretia Nobles may be retired from the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, but she is far from being retired from service to her community and Thursday night, her

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 23 September 2022 | 14:59
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  • Sample Ballots Now Ready

    If you are a registered voter in the State of Georgia, you can view the upcoming election ballot for your county on the Georgia Secretary of State’s website.

    Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger issued a press release Thursday afternoon announcing the voters in all 159 Georgia counties can see a sample

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  • RTCA Students of the Month

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    RTCA’S Lower School Student of the Month for August is kindergartner Paisley Coursey. She has a younger sister, Nettaley who is in K4 at RTCA, and a younger brother, Austin. Paisley was selected by faculty because she is always cheerful and encourages others to play with her group. She is helpful in

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  • Altamaha Bank and Trust donates to Local Organizations for National Recovery Month

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    Altamaha Bank has made an overall donation of $20,000 to The Dream Center and Forge Recovery of Vidalia, The Hope House of Uvalda, and Outback Serenity Center of Hazlehurst in recognition of National Recovery Month. Altamaha Bank and Trust President and CEO, Brent Sammons, states, "So many of our

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    Newsbreak | Jeff Raiford | 22 September 2022 | 16:47
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  • One Dead and Three Others Shot in Swainsboro

    The Swainsboro Police Department and Emanuel County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the death of one man and the wounding of three others because of gunshots. Officers responded to the call of shots fired at approximately 6:00 Monday night. Upon arrival, they found 19-year-old Eric Foreman of

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    Newsbreak | Kathy Hilt | 21 September 2022 | 14:39
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  • VPD, GBI Investigating Tuesday Shooting

    Vidalia Police and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are working a case involving a shooting of a man Tuesday afternoon. Chief James Jermon reports that officers responded to 211 West Pine Street around 2:30 where they found Eric Turner so injured that an ambulance took him directly to Air Evac

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  • Women’s Wrestling Adds Lauren Louive to Coaching Staff

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    MOUNT VERNON, Ga. – Director of Wrestling and Head Women’s Wrestling Coach, Devane Dodgens has announced the addition of Lauren Louive to the Lady Barons’ Coach Staff for the 2022-23 season.

    Louive comes to Mount Vernon from Colorado Springs, Colorado as an elite senior-level wrestler. She is

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 27 September 2022 | 08:31
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  • Men’s Wrestling Adds Brandon Warren to Coaching Staff

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    MOUNT VERNON, Ga. – Director of Wrestling Devane Dodgens has announced the addition of Brandon Warren to the Barons’ Coach Staff for the 2022-23 season.

    Warren comes to Brewton-Parker after previously serving as an Assistant Coach at Mount Zion High School in Jonesboro, Georgia.

    “I am extremely

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  • GEORGIA TECH ANNOUNCES LEADERSHIP CHANGES IN ATHLETICS

    (Atlanta, Georgia, September 26, 2022) Today, Georgia Tech announced leadership changes within Athletics. Todd Stansbury, athletics director, and Geoff Collins, head football coach, will both leave their roles effective immediately. 

    Collins, a metro Atlanta native, was named the 20th head coach in

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  • Indians Drub Knights!

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    Antonio Barron rushed for two touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass from Jackson Berry as the Vidalia Indians rolled over the Windsor Forest Knights 36-14 Friday night at Buck Cravey Field, in the Region opener for both teams. The win moved the Indians to 5-0 on the year and 1-0 in Region 3AA

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 26 September 2022 | 14:50
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  • Indians Gain Ground in Jones County

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    (Freshman Cash Driggers)

    The Indians and Lady Indians returned to competition Saturday in Jones County with cooler temperatures and numerous personal best performances.  Coming off the Bulldog Invitational with 98 degree temperatures, we were a little uncertain as to how the athletes would run, but

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 26 September 2022 | 10:07
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  • Bulldog Competition Cheer Team Takes First Place at First Competition of the Year

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    Lyons, GA. – September 25, 2022 | Coach Tilly Christian

    The Toombs County Competition Cheer Team competed in their first competition of the 2022 season at the Blueberry Cheer Classic at Bacon County High School on Saturday and the Co-Ed team took first place!

    Next up is the Sweet Onion Classic at

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 26 September 2022 | 10:01
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  • Sports & Scores This Week (9-26-22)

    September 26-- Here are the latest sports schedules and scores for the week.

    Monday, September 26

    Baseball: Braves 8, Nationals 0

    Volleyball: Liberty County at Vidalia 5:00pm & South Effingham at Vidalia 6:00pm & New Hampstead at Vidalia 7:00pm 

    Tuesday, September 27

    Softball: Pierce County at

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 26 September 2022 | 08:23
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  • VHS Cross Country Runs Well at Bulldog Invitational

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    (L-R): Georgia Meredith, Anna Dopson, A'miracle Jinks, J'Miya Hunt and Aleah Ajohda

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    (L-R): Andrew Hodges, Seth MacGregor, Jude Owen and Cash Driggers

    The Indians brought home two champions at the Bulldog Invitational Thursday, in Lyons.  With extreme heat, Georgia Meredith and Seth MacGregor both

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 25 September 2022 | 09:47
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  • Bulldogs Hang On In Region Opener and Defeat Tattnall County 31-29 on Homecoming

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    Lyons, GA – September 24, 2022 | Matt Lynn

    FOR PICTURES FROM THE ACTION, CLICK HERE

    On Friday night, Toombs County hosted the Battle Creek Warriors of Tattnall County at Jacky Jones Field at Booster Stadium. This homecoming game went from a defensive battle in the first half to a shootout in the

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    Sportsbreak | Bob Roberts | 25 September 2022 | 09:36
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Community Calendar

9 27 22 092622 WWR New Assistant Louive2394

MOUNT VERNON, Ga. – Director of Wrestling and Head Women’s Wrestling Coach, Devane Dodgens has announced the addition of Lauren Louive to the Lady Barons’ Coach Staff for the 2022-23 season.

Louive comes to Mount Vernon from Colorado Springs, Colorado as an elite senior-level wrestler. She is currently a member of Team USA and is a 2024 Olympic Hopeful.

“I look forward to working with the student-athletes of Brewton-Parker,” Louive mentioned. “I’m excited to get started and am grateful for this opportunity.”

Louive’s accomplishments on the mat include the 2020 U.S. Open Senior National Championship, multiple Olympic Trials qualifiers, several international championships, and medalist honors. She has helped create history for the sport as the first female to wrestle in the Hawkeye Wrestling Club at the University of Iowa. A full list of her accomplishments can be found here. (Courtesy of BPC)

“We are excited to bring on such a talented wrestler as Lauren to our coaching staff,” Dodgens said. “We are blessed to have someone of her caliber with us. Her accomplishments speak for themselves, and we are ready to #ShockTheNation this year!”

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MOUNT VERNON, Ga. – Director of Wrestling Devane Dodgens has announced the addition of Brandon Warren to the Barons’ Coach Staff for the 2022-23 season.

Warren comes to Brewton-Parker after previously serving as an Assistant Coach at Mount Zion High School in Jonesboro, Georgia.

“I am extremely grateful for this opportunity to support the Brewton-Parker Wrestling Program,” Warren said. “It is a gift to be able to help guide these young men through life with Christ at the forefront and through the sport of wrestling.”

While at Mount Zion, the Dover, Ohio native assisted in the leadership of eight County Championships and six Regional Championships. He helped lead the program to 27 first-time Georgia State Qualifiers and four Georgia State Placers.

“We are glad to add Brandon to our staff,” Dodgens said. “We believe he will be a huge help to the program, and we cannot wait to get him here to begin leading our guys.” (Courtesy of BPC)

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Antonio Barron rushed for two touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass from Jackson Berry as the Vidalia Indians rolled over the Windsor Forest Knights 36-14 Friday night at Buck Cravey Field, in the Region opener for both teams. The win moved the Indians to 5-0 on the year and 1-0 in Region 3AA play. With the win, the 2022 Indians became just the 9th team to begin the season at 5-0 since 1990.

The Indians wasted little time getting on the board, as Kaleb Bennett took the opening kickoff and raced 78-yards, only to have the score erased by a holding penalty, 15-yards behind the play, which set up the Indians at their own 22-yard line. On the next play, the Indians would turn the ball over on a fumble, giving the Knights a first down on the Vidalia 33-yard line.The Windsor drive was short-lived, though. On the Knights’ 3rd play from scrimmage, Sirmarion Oglesby picked off a Jerimiah Brown pass to give the ball back to the Indians at their own 21-yard line. Nine plays later, Barron would get his first of two rushing touchdowns on the night, a 4-yard run to put the Indians up 6-0, with 6:15 to go in the opening quarter. A bad snap on the PAT was fielded by Berry, who rolled to his right and hit Ronald Pointer in the endzone to give Vidalia an 8-0 lead.

The Indian defense would hold the Knights on their next possession, forcing a punt from their 47-yard line, which only netted 23-yards, giving the Indians the ball at their 30-yard line. The Indians would drive the ball down inside the Windsor Forest 20-yard line, but a holding penalty would put the ball back at the 32-yard line. On the first play of the 2nd quarter, Berry would hit Barron on a 32-yard strike to give Vidalia a 15-0 lead with 11:52 to go in the half.

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Windsor Forest would answer the score with their longest drive of the night, a twelve-play 60-yard drive which was capped off by a 2-yard run by the Knights’ Victor Walker to make the score 15-6, after the Knights failed to convert on a 2-point conversion.

On the ensuing kickoff, Jordan Powell would get the Indian crowd back into the game as he fielded the kick on his own 26-yard line and raced down the Knights sideline 74 yards for the score, to put the Indians on top 22-6 following Adam Crutchfield’s PAT, with 6:52 to go in the half.

The Indian defense would then go to work, holding the Knights inside their own territory, with Ronald Pointer, Carson Turner, Ahmelion Jones, and Aydin Marin all coming up with big plays to shut down the Knights’ ground attack.The Indians would get the ball back at their own 28-yard line following a 32-yard punt and, once again, go to work with under 3:53 to go in the half. After a 1-yard gain on first down, Barron would call his own number, get some good blocking from Duggan Johnson and Tre Adams and race 44-yards to the Windsor 27-yard line.

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Adams would then take the ball and deliver a punishing run to the 12-yard line, setting up a first and ten with 2:33 to go in the half. Following an incomplete pass, Berry would toss it to Barron, who used his speed to turn the corner and outrun the defense to the endzone for his 2nd rushing touchdown of the night. Crutchfield was once again true with his PAT, and with 2:07 to go in the half, Vidalia led 29-6.

The Indians’ final score of the night came from their special teams when Omarion Oglesby scooped up a bad snap on a punt and sprinted 10-yards for the scoop and score, and following another successful PAT from Crutchfield, the Indians led 36-6 with 11:08 to go in the game.

Windsor Forest would close out the scoring with a 3-yard run by Brown, and following a successful 2-point conversion, the final score was Vidalia 36 and Windsor Forest 14.The Indians racked up 353 yards in offense, including 238-yards on the ground, with Barron accounting for 155 on 11 carries and 2 TDs. Berry ended the night with 109 yards and a TD through the air on a 6 of 10 night.

Defensively, Carson turner led the way with 13.5 total tackles, including 2.5 for a loss. Jarques Mitchell added 7.5 total tackles with 2 for a loss, while Marin ended the night with 5 solo stops, including 2 for a loss. Ahmelion Jones had another solid night with 5 solo stops and 2 assists.

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The Indians will once again have a week off before heading to Tattnall County on Thursday, October 6th, for a Region 3AA matchup.

(Pictures Courtesy of Carroll Williams & Pop Pops Photography) (By John Koon Courtesy of Vidalia Athletics)

(Atlanta, Georgia, September 26, 2022) Today, Georgia Tech announced leadership changes within Athletics. Todd Stansbury, athletics director, and Geoff Collins, head football coach, will both leave their roles effective immediately. 

Collins, a metro Atlanta native, was named the 20th head coach in Georgia Tech football history on Dec. 7, 2018. He has had three years of recruiting success while at Georgia Tech, but the program posted a disappointing 10-28 record under his leadership.

“I am grateful to Coach Collins for his hard work and commitment to our student athletes,” said Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera. “Unfortunately, the results of our football program have fallen short of what our loyal community, fans and athletes expect and deserve. We are committed to rebuilding the program and a coaching change is a necessary first step in that process.” 

Stansbury was the ninth director of Athletics when he stepped into the role in September 2016. He is an alumnus of Georgia Tech and has helped the program increase its Director’s Cup standings and achieve a school record of 90% NCAA Graduation Success Rate in the most recent data released by the NCAA during the 2021-22 academic year.  

“Todd is and will always be an admired and respected member of our community. His dedication to the success of our student athletes and his love for Georgia Tech are admirable,” said Cabrera. “The challenges the athletic program has faced in recent years have grown to a point where we need to try a new approach, and that requires new leadership.”  

Frank Neville, chief of staff and senior vice president of Strategic Initiatives, has been named interim director of athletics.  He has served in his current role at Georgia Tech since September 2019 and is a member of the Georgia Tech Athletics Association Board of Trustees. Previously, he served 15 years in the U.S. Department of State, was vice president of Global Communication and Public Affairs at the Thunderbird School of Global Management (now part of Arizona State University) and was chief of staff and vice president of Communications and Marketing at George Mason University. He lettered in three sports (baseball, track, and football) at Carleton College, is a former competitive body-builder and martial artist, and was the baseball prospect writer at The Sporting News for 15 years.      

Brent Key, assistant head coach for football, has been named the interim head coach. A Georgia Tech alumnus and football letter winner, Key is in his fourth season as the Yellow Jackets’ assistant head coach, run game coordinator, and offensive line coach. In his first three seasons, Georgia Tech’s run game produced an all-American, a pair of all-Atlantic Coast Conference honorees and finished in the top half of the ACC in rushing offense twice. Key has also mentored a pair of all-ACC offensive linemen. He returned to Georgia Tech in 2019 after three seasons as offensive line coach at Alabama (2016-18), where he helped lead the Crimson Tide to two Southeastern Conference championships, three College Football Playoff championship games and the 2017 national title.  

A national search will get underway this week to recruit a new director of athletics and football head coach. Parker Executive Search has been contracted to lead the search.  

Press release issued by Georgia Tech.

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(Freshman Cash Driggers)

The Indians and Lady Indians returned to competition Saturday in Jones County with cooler temperatures and numerous personal best performances.  Coming off the Bulldog Invitational with 98 degree temperatures, we were a little uncertain as to how the athletes would run, but once again they stepped up and competed with some very tough competition.
Georgia Meredith had an amazing race while facing her competition head on.  Meredith placed 2nd with a very gutsy race as she nearly ran her personal best at the one mile and 2 mile splits.  As a sophomore, she continues impress us with her determination to race and compete with some of the best runners in the state.  Aleah Ahohda tied her personal best and J´Miya Hunt bested her previous time by 3 minutes as did A´Miracle Jinks.

The boys had an outstanding day as well with all 13 athletes running their personal best times.  The Indians placed 4th as a team to first place Jones County-43 pts, Northside (Warner Robins) -73 pts, Veterans-103 pts, Vidalia-110 pts.  Seth MacGregor, Andrew Hodges and Chamlee Evans all ran under 18 minutes earning medals while Jude Owen, Cash Driggers and Abrien Anthony all ran under 19 minutes.  With a day like this, it is impossible to call out any single athlete, they competed extremely well and leveled up as a team.  These young men have their sights set on the state meet in November and they know what they have to do to make it onto the podium as a team.

It is such a joy and honor to watch these athletes grow and excel.  Coach Humphrey and I love watching all these young athletes compete and face challenges head on!  The Indians head to Bleckley County Thursday, September 29
Individual results are as follows:

Georgia Meredith-2nd, 20:07-elite performance

Aleah Ajohda-23:38, PR

J´Miya Hunt-27:19, PR

A´Miracle Jinks-30:25, PR

Seth MacGregor- 10th, 17:14, PR

Andrew Hodges- 14th, 17:27, PR

Chamlee Evans- 24th, 17:53, PR

Jude Owen-18:11, PR

Cash Driggers-18:27, PR

Abrien Anthony-18:47, PR

Hunter Loosberg-1923, PR

Roderick Berry-11th JV, 19:40, PR

Larsen Carter-20:05, PR

Liam MacGregor-20:24, PR

Jamarion Smith-21:00, PR

Samuel English-23:14, PR

Seth Powell-24:36, PR 

(Courtesy of Vidalia Athletics)

Obituaries

  • Ricky Dean Peebles, Rackettown Community

    Ricky Dean Peebles Ricky Dean Peebles, age 61, of Rackettown Community, died Monday, September 26, 2022, at Memorial Health Meadows Hospital in Vidalia after a brief illness.  He was a lifelong resident of Rackettown Community.  He worked for Air Supply as a truck driver and also with SD Sales for twenty years.  He was...
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  • Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Chance Gay, Vidalia

    Evelyn Nesbitt Gay Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Chance Gay, age 91, of Vidalia, died Sunday, September 25, 2022, at Meadows Park Health and Rehabilitation.  Mrs. Gay was born on November 9, 1930, at her home in Perkins, Georgia near Millen.  She was a member of Dry Branch Baptist Church and a 1947 graduate of Millen High...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 26 September 2022 | 15:46
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  • Mr. Clarence Linton, Jr., Columbus

    Clarence Linton Mr. Clarence Linton, Jr., age 93, of Columbus, Georgia, died Monday, September 5, 2022, in Cartersville Nursing and Rehabilitation after an extended illness.  He was a native of Savannah, and in his early life joined the Merchant Marines where he served from 1945 to 1952.  Soon after, he joined the...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 26 September 2022 | 13:05
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  • Mrs. Shirley Nell Robitzsch Wilson, Adrian

    WilsonShirleyPIC Mrs. Shirley Nell Robitzsch Wilson, age 80, beloved wife of Grayson Wilson of Adrian passed away, as the sun began to set, early Friday evening, September 23, 2022 at their home. Born in Allenhurst, Georgia, she was one of four children born to the late Ovid Henderson Robitzsch and Juanita Nell...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 26 September 2022 | 13:04
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  • Joyce Hart Tyson, Vidalia

    Joyce Tyson Joyce Hart Tyson, age 75, of Vidalia, died Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at Community Hospice House in Vidalia after an extended illness.  She was a native of the Johnson Corner Community and a 1965 graduate of Toombs Central School.  She moved to Montgomery County in 1972 and was owner/operator of The Sandwich...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 22 September 2022 | 15:08
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  • Mr. Norman Stone Williamson, Lyons

    Norman Williamson Mr. Norman Stone Williamson, age 68, of Lyons, died Sunday, September 18, 2022, at Community Hospice House in Vidalia after a brief illness.  He was a native of Lyons, having lived there most of his adult life. He served twenty-four years in the United States Army and was a mechanic at Chicken of the...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 21 September 2022 | 06:50
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  • Gloria Faye Mize, Lyons

    Gloria Mize Gloria Faye Mize, 57, died on the morning of Saturday, September 17, 2022, at her home in Lyons, Georgia, surrounded by her family. Gloria was a long-time resident of Lyons and active in the community and her profession.  She was born in Vidalia, Georgia, grew up in Lyons, Georgia, and graduated from...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 20 September 2022 | 15:35
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  • Mr. Jerry Rustin, Vidalia

    Mr. Jerry Rustin, age 64, of Vidalia, died Monday, September 19, 2022, at his home after a brief illness.  He was a native of Vidalia and worked in the commercial refrigeration industry for over twenty years.  He served in the United States Army for three years.  He enjoyed fishing and NASCAR.  He is...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 20 September 2022 | 14:23
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  • Mrs. Helen Dixon, Vidalia

    Helen Dixon Mrs. Helen Dixon, age 78, of Vidalia, died Monday, September 19, 2022, at Community Hospice House in Vidalia after a brief illness.  She was a native of Blackshear and was a 1962 graduate of Blackshear High School.  She lived in Baxley for several years before moving to Toombs County in 1986.  She...
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Church Calendar

  • October 8--Indoor Church Yard Sale

    Church Yard Sale October 8--Lyons Holiness Church, Skyline Blvd, invites you to come browse their Indoor Yard Sale at the church, October 8th from 7:00 to 12:00.
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  • September 25-29--Revival in Vidalia

    September 26-29--South Thompson Baptist Church, 225 South Thompson Road in Vidalia, invites you to Revival led by Brian Fowler, Monday September 26th through Thursday September 29th at 7:00.
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  • October 8-10--VHS Class of 1975 Reunion in Vidalia

    October 8-10--First African Baptist Church in Vidalia announces the Vidalia High School Class of 1975 Reunion, October 8th through October 10th at 6:00 at Hawk's Golf Club, 1801 Loop Road in Vidalia.
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