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  • Rick Jordan, the Screven County manager, has confirmed that he informed the county commissioners that he is looking at retirement in the coming months.
    Jordan said he does not have a certain timetable for his retirement, but he wanted to let the commissioners know of his intentions.
    Jordan told the Sylvania Telephone that he is willing to continue to work.
    “I have humbly worked for 17 years,” Jordan said. “It is totally up to them. I just wanted to give them plenty of time.”
    Jordan said he may decide to work for a few months up to a couple years.


East Georgia State College Bobcat baseball players Tyler Owens and Parker Stahlman have both signed on to four-year schools to continue their baseball careers and their education.
Owens, a right-handed pitcher from Sylvania, came to EGSC from Screven County High School. He will continue his education and baseball career at Georgia Southern University.
Tyler is the son of Timmy Jo and Regina Owens of Sylvania.


A special thanks to everyone who made the rededication of Maj. Charles Kelly Memorial Stadium such a great success!  
The success came about because of the dedication of the committee given the opportunity to honor Maj. Kelly on the 50th anniversary of his death, coupled with the outpouring of support from our community.