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The LAST 2 WEEKS of the WJHnews

Thursday April 25, 2019

Autism: The 24-7, 365 Awareness Issue By CHERYL WATTS JACOBS, Special To The J-H We live autism awareness every day. Having a seemingly “invisible disability” is a tough row for a parent to hoe. We work on awareness 365 days of the year.Above are today's Newspaper...

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Wednesday April 24, 2019

Investigators Believe Waresboro Man Fell Asleep At Wheel Staff Report A Waresboro man was air-lifted to a Florida hospital early this morning after his pickup truck ran off U.S. 1 near the Ware-Charlton counties line and overturned into the median. Investigators said...

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Tuesday April 23, 2019

Fiery 4-Vehicle Wreck Kills 1, Hurts 2 Others Staff Report RACEPOND — One person was killed and two others seriously injured Monday in a fiery four-vehicle crash involving a log truck on U.S. 1 between Racepond and Folkston, said the Georgia State Patrol.Above are...

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Monday April 22, 2019

Son Beats Father To Death With Bat In Manor By MYRA THRIFT, Staff Writer MANOR — A call Friday from worried family members in Wisconsin asking for a welfare check on an elderly brother resulted in the discovery of the man’s body and the arrest of his son on felony...

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Saturday April 20, 2019

City Seeks HR Director On Martin Resignation By RICK NOLTE Staff Writer There’s another vacancy on the administrative roster for the City of Waycross. Trinija Martin has resigned as human resources/risk management director and public information officer, effective May...

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Friday April 19, 2019

Storm Threat Closes Schools From Staff, AP Reports With a threat of severe weather today including expected strong winds and heavy rain, emergency personnel are taking precautions to keep everyone in the area safe including closing schools in Ware, Wayne, Atkinson and...

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Thursday April 18, 2019

Wanna Hear A Fishing Tale? By MYRA THRIFT, Staff Writer FOLKSTON — A Folkston man was practicing his new hobby of magnet fishing in Spanish Creek Wednesday when what to his wondering eyes did appear at the end of his line but an intact mortar shell.Above are today's...

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Wednesday April 17, 2019

Strickland Eager To Guide ‘Landmark’ Ware Program By GARY GRIFFIN, Staff WriterThe new head Gator football coach hired two weeks ago was introduced to the public at Tuesday’s Ware County Board of Education meeting.Above are today's Newspaper Headlines For the Full...

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Tuesday April 16, 2019

Commission Discusses Water, Sewer Issues By RICK NOLTE, Staff Writer A pair of water and sewer issues highlighted discussion at Monday night’s information and planning session for the Waycross City Commission at City Hall.Above are today's Newspaper Headlines For the...

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Monday April 15, 2019

8 Killed In Weekend Storms The Associated Press Powerful storms swept across the South on Sunday after unleashing suspected tornadoes and flooding that killed at least eight people, injured dozens and flattened much of a Texas town. Three children were among the...

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Saturday April 13, 2019

Pierce Hires Former Assistant Ryan Herring Staff Report BEARVILLE — Ryan Herring is returning to Bearville. Herring, a former assistant coach at Pierce County HIgh School, was hired Friday as the Bears new head coach. He replaces Jason Strickland, who resigned a week...

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Friday April 12, 2019

‘Heartbeat’ Bill Signed In Ohio COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A bill imposing one of the most stringent abortion restrictions in the nation was signed into law in Ohio on Thursday, banning abortions after a detectable heartbeat in a long-sought victory for abortion opponents...

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