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2 Jesup women killed in crash with tractor-trailer

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2 Jesup women killed in crash with tractor-trailer


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Overcoming doubts, Wayne County moves to sell old McLouth Steel site to Moroun family

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Overcoming doubts, Wayne County moves to sell old McLouth Steel site to Moroun family


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Dad dressed as Elf on the Shelf perches on school roof

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2 Jesup women killed in crash with tractor-trailer
Two Jesup women were killed when the car in which they were passengers collided with a tractor-trailer, the Georgia State Patrol said. Eleanor Harvey, 76, of Jesup was driving a 2014 Cadillac SRX on Rayonier Road about 9:15 a.m. Wednesday when she turned north onto U.S. 301, where a southbound 2007 Volvo tractor hit her vehicle on the passenger side, the state patrol said   Read More ...
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Overcoming doubts, Wayne County moves to sell old McLouth Steel site to Moroun family
Wayne County moved closer Wednesday to selling the huge derelict McLouth Steel site in downriver Trenton to the Moroun family -- the second time this month that the Morouns have notched a huge win from the public they have tangled with for years. The Moroun family, owners of the Ambassador Bridge and the Michigan Central Station, will pay about $4 million for the roughly 200-acre tax-foreclosed McLouth parcel along the Detroit River, a payment that will cover the unpaid taxes and interest on the site   Read More ...
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Stetson Bennett Jr.: Longtime Wayne County court clerk dies
Stetson Bennett Jr., Wayne County Clerk of Court for 38 years, has died at age 87. When he first took office Jan. 1, 1965, he already had 26 years experience in the office having served as chief deputy clerk for his father, Stetson Bennett Sr. Sheriff John Carter told the Times-Union that Bennett died peacefully at home Thursday morning. He had served as president of the Georgia Superior Court   Read More ...
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Dad dressed as Elf on the Shelf perches on school roof
WAYNE COUNTY, W.V. This time of year, many children wake up excited to find out where their Elf on the Shelf is and what it's been up to overnight. Students' jaws dropped open when they arrived at Lavalette Elementary School in West Virginia last week to find a life-sized elf perched on the roof. The bearded fellow was wearing a traditional elf uniform of red and white. It turned out   Read More ...
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Deputies investigating double homicide in Jesup
JESUP, GA (WTOC) - The Wayne County Sheriff's Office is investigating a double-homicide at the corner of 3rd and Bay streets in Jesup that occurred around 10 a.m. Monday. Investigators have given few details in this case, but loved ones of the two victims paint a horrific picture. A county worker pulled onto 3rd Street Monday morning to see a body in the yard of this home. Upon their arrival,   Read More ...
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Georgia woman pleads to stealing $2 million from dealership
RIDGELAND, S.C. (AP) - A Georgia woman has been sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing almost $2 million from a South Carolina auto dealership. News outlets report that 54-year-old DeAnne Ogden of Jesup, Georgia, pleaded guilty Thursday in state court to breach of trust over $10,000. Authorities say that Ogden worked for O.C. Welch Ford Lincoln in Hardeeville for more than a decade as assistant   Read More ...
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Georgia woman pleads to stealing $2 million from dealership -
RIDGELAND, S.C. (AP) - A Georgia woman has been sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing almost $2 million from a South Carolina auto dealership. News outlets report that 54-year-old DeAnne Ogden of Jesup, Georgia, pleaded guilty Thursday in state court to breach of trust over $10,000. Authorities say that Ogden worked for O.C. Welch Ford Lincoln in Hardeeville for more than a decade as assistant   Read More ...
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Georgia woman pleads to stealing $2 million from dealership
RIDGELAND, S.C. (AP) — A Georgia woman has been sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing almost $2 million from a South Carolina auto dealership. News outlets report that 54-year-old DeAnne Ogden of Jesup, Georgia, pleaded guilty Thursday in state court to breach of trust over $10,000. Authorities say that Ogden worked for O.C. Welch Ford Lincoln in Hardeeville for more than a decade as assistant   Read More ...
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