2022-05-25

2022-05-25 E-Edition

Screven County voters have the final say



There were only a little over 400 votes cast during early voting, but Screven County voters have been waiting on Election day to make their opinions known. Poll workers have reported a steady flow of voters all day. With 100% of the precincts reporting the results are as follows: District One County Commissioner Edwin Lovett(D) 151Bill Arthur(R) 81Tyler Thompson(R) 129 […]

Possible robbery foiled by citizens



Thanks to the keen eyes of two concerned citizens, a robbery at a South Hull Street address has been foiled and one suspect taken into custody. On Monday, May 9 at approximately 7:30 p.m. 911 dispatch received a call about a suspicious individual at a South Hull Street address. The owner of the residence in question lives in California. Upon […]

Kemp overtakes Perdue, facesAbrams in November

Gov. Brian Kemp captured nomination for a second term Tuesday, defeating former U.S. Sen. David Perdue in the Republican primary without the need for a runoff. At 8:30 p.m., with only about 9% of the vote counted, Kemp had amassed 72.7% of the statewide vote to just 22.6% for Perdue. Educator Kandiss Taylor, conservative activist Catherine Davis and retired software […]

Good luck graduates!



Friends, family, and other well-wishers convened on the football field Friday evening to honor the class of 2022. Despite the severe weather delay, the SCHS class of 2022 said farewell to one chapter of their lives as another one awaits. The graduates heard from their salutatorian Kennedi Black and Valedictorian Emily Lariscy. Creek Bazemore presented the school with the 2022 […]

Reeves replacement yet to be named



After twenty-five plus years, Screven County finds itself without a county attorney with the resignation of attorney Hubert Reeves at the May 10 Screven County Commissioners meeting. Rhesa Hubert Reeves, III is a native of Jenkins County, grew up in the area, and has spent practically all his life here. Hubert was in private practice over fifty years and was […]

Ward signs with Brewton Parker


Jonna Ward has signed with Brewton Parker College in a ceremony held last week at the SCHS library. The senior is going to play softball. In the May 10, 2022, edition of The Sylvania Times, it was reported that Jonna also participated in signing day for future educators. She plans on pursuing a career in education. Jonna is the daughter […]

Cooking with Pam “The Church Lady”

St. Michael’s Episcopal Waynesboro, GA

With warmer days rapidly coming, I’ve been playing with salads for those days when it is simply too hot to be in the kitchen. Here are a couple of recipes that can stand in as your main course for lunch or dinner. One of my current favorite salads is completely up to you to figure out! Every time I made […]

Dozier’s Doggie Daze

Top 20 Real Stories of Heroic Dogs Saving Human Lives

Story 3 Kaze Saves The Day! Meet Kaze. In case you didn’t know, Dogs have a sense of smell that is better than people’s; they can smell things from further away than you or I can, which is why they are always already in the kitchen when it’s time to eat. Some dogs help policemen find people that have gotten […]

USO stops in Sylvania

The USO stopped in Sylvania last week for lunch on their way to Fort Stewart in Hinesville. The USO has partnered with Kroger Grocery Stores for a mobile kitchen supplying snacks and meals to the military for wellness events. Pictured are Penn Walker and Angela Hodge who are employed with the USO. (photo and story by Sarah Saxon)