LSU Women’s Soccer Head Coach Brian Lee stands in his front yard at the beginning of the flooding.

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The Altamaha Wildlife Association’s 15th annual banquet was sold out with sponsors Saturday at Coastal Pines Technical College.

More information about Republic Services’ plans for the future of the Broadhurst landfill came to light this week. 
Some of those plans, though still, remain sketchy. 

Local organizers held a community prayer service Thursday night at Calvary Baptist Church.


Although we can’t really tell it by the weather, fall activities are in the air. We are celebrating Labor Day this weekend. School has started.
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It was heartening to see the several hundred Wayne Countians turn out for a community prayer service Thursday evening at Calvary Baptist Church.
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It is almost inconceivable that five county commissioners learned almost four months ago that Chemours was about to apply for a permit to mine in Wayne County, and not a single one of them saw th


Tight end Dylan Leach hauls in a 53-yard touchdown against West Laurens to put the Jackets on the scoreboard.
If Friday night’s game against the West Laurens Raiders in Dexter is any indication, this will be an exciting year of Yellow Jacket football.
After their first two region games were rained out, the Lady Jackets finally put a region win in the bag with a 11-3 victory over the Wayne County Lady Gators on Thursday at Barbara Struckhoff Fi
The Jackets are expecting the defense to come up big, as it did in the scrimmage against Thomas County Central, in Friday’s opening football game against the West Laurens Raiders.
The Yellow Jackets will start their gridiron season on the road Friday in Dexter—just outside of Dublin—against the West Laurens High Raiders.


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